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  1. Yozshuktilar

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    Strange Days biography STRANGE DAYS was a short lived UK band in the styles of GENESIS, SUPERTRAMP, STRAWBS, FRUUPP and DECAMERON who forged their own identity and were briefly quite popular on the college circuit in the UK and Netherlands in the mid s. Their music is vocal and keyboard oriented, clever, and melodic, much like the bands above.
  2. Nemuro

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    Voyage - Strange Situation: Tracklist (Vinyl) A: Strange Situation: B: Strange Situation (Club Edit) * Items below may differ depending on the release. Voyage Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results No Vinyl+CDR 9 Listed For Sale.
  3. Daiktilar

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of Voyage on Discogs. Label: Sirocco - HTCD ,Hot Productions - HTCD • Series: Series,Classics Back On Wax, CD & Cassette • Format: CDr Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Disco4/5(4).
  4. Akilmaran

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    Jan 01,  · “Strange Tourist” is the third song and title track of the album of the same name, Gareth Liddiard’s first solo record, release in on ATP records.
  5. Kajisho

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    Directed by Irving Allen. With Eddie Albert, Forrest Taylor, Ray Teal, Matt Willis. A group of men go on an expedition seeking sunken treasure, and wind up battling bad weather, rough seas and each other.
  6. Yozshurr

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    Strange Days Lyrics: Strange days have found us / Strange days have tracked us down / They're going to destroy / Our casual joys / We shall go on playing / Or find a new town / Yeah! / Strange eyes.
  7. Tuzshura

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    "Strange Days" does three things that will make it a cult film. It creates a convincing future landscape; it populates it with a hero who comes out of the noir tradition and is flawed and complex rather than simply heroic, and it provides a vocabulary. Look for "tapehead," "jacking in" and the movie's spin on "playback" to appear in the vernacular.
  8. Vira

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    Strange Days by Chris Andrew, released 15 June 1. Wait For It 2. Desert Flower 3. Walk Home 4. Hymn 5. Lift 6. Craig's List 7. Strange Days 8. Exposed 9. Beauty For Canadian pianist Chris Andrew, the title of his newest album; "Strange Days" is a reflection of a very personal and musical journey, that he has traveled over the past few years.

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