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Cinderella - The Sonics - Boom (Vinyl, LP, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Cinderella - The Sonics - Boom (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Kazrajora
    But no one did them with the same amount of passion that the Sonics did. Get ready to blow out the windows with their own compositions like, "The Witch (Live)," & "Cinderella," Or, their cover of the Richard Berry song "Have Love Will Travel." This is an album I give 3 R's. Real! Raw! Rock!/5(46).
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  2. Kazralar
    It’s auspicious that Sonic Boom—the solo project and nom-de-producer of Peter Kember (Spectrum, Spacemen 3)—returns in with its first new LP in three decades. Kember’s drawn to the year’s numerological potency, and this intentionality shines into every corner of All Things Being Equal.
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  3. Samuhn
    Boom – the Sonics’ second album, originally released in on Etiquette Records in wonderful thoughricktipharledahardpenkniphylnajor.coinfo still does much more than merely deliver on the promise of the first album, Here Are The Sonics!. Few records have ever packed as much of a musical punch from start to finish. Even more so than their first LP, it offers a representation of what the Sonics must have sounded like at the.
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  4. Akimuro
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Boom on Discogs. Label: Norton Records (2) - NW • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Mono Gatefold • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Garage Rock/5().
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  5. JoJojinn
    A massively influential garage rock band from Tacoma Washington, The Sonics’ aggressive, speedy take on rock n roll and R&B established their legacy as the most “punk band” of the ‘60s and inspired everyone from Bruce Springsteen to the Fall. Ten years ago they reunited, and they still record and perform to this day.
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  6. Gronris
    Boom by The Sonics, released 12 July A massively influential garage rock band from Tacoma Washington, The Sonics’ aggressive, speedy take on rock n roll and R&B established their legacy as the most “punk band” of the ‘60s and inspired everyone from Bruce Springsteen to the Fall. Ten years ago they reunited, and they still record and perform to this day.
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  7. Magis
    Fifty is packaged in deluxe fashion as three vinyl LPs: exact replicas of the Here Are the Sonics and Boom albums, along with a third disc of rarities. The page LP sized booklet features a brand new oral history by all five original Sonics members and is illustrated with over two dozen previously unpublished images from the archives of famed.
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  8. Shaktirisar
    The Sonics' second album is every bit as explosive and influential as their debut outing, loaded with gritty Northwest rock & roll. Sandwiched in between the abrasive classics of "Cinderella" and "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark" (with the Wailers on backing vocals), the funk sass of "The Hustler" and "Shot Down," the demonic "He's Waitin'," and the sledgehammer, inside-out version of "Louie /5(34).
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  9. Gardakus
    Sonic Boom is the nineteenth studio album, and the first in 11 years, by the rock band Kiss, released on October 6, The album was recorded at Conway Recording Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA and produced by Paul Stanley and co-produced by Greg Collins. The album was the first studio album to be released under the current line-up, consisting of Stanley, Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer.
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