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  1. Nikorg
    I'm the Man is Joe Jackson's second album, released in October Released shortly after Jackson's breakthrough debut, Look Sharp!, I'm the Man saw Jackson continue the style of his earlier album. Singles from the album included "I'm the Man" and "It's Different for Girls", the latter of which was his biggest UK chart single, peaking at number five in the UK Singles Chart.
  2. Kigagor
    Closing song 'The Lantern' by Mac Rybell is the weakest song by some distance - its just a note for note rendition of The Rolling Stones' original version. Housed in a neat digipak with a very comprehensive 48 page booklet, it also contains a fairly interesting (but largely self-indulgent) 15 minute documentary detailing the making of the album/5(12).
  3. Mogami
    Spurred on by a mutual appreciation for doo-wop and doomed love songs (aka doom-wop), Nick Diamonds (Islands/The Unicorns) and Honus Honus set out to record a one-off instrumental 7" but soon found themselves writing an entire album within a span of a few late-night sessions. View wiki.
  4. Arashijind
    "Listen to What the Man Said" is a hit single from Wings' album Venus and Mars. The song featured new member Joe English on drums, with guest musicians Dave Mason on guitar and Tom Scott on soprano saxophone. It was a number 1 single on the Billboard Hot chart in the US and reached number 1 in Canada on the RPM National Top Singles Chart. It also reached number 6 in the .
  5. Tat
    Aug 07,  · Bruner said the man-animal was standing 30 yards to his right with its right hand on a tree that had been broken off 9 feet above the ground. "It's face was solid black, (with) no hair on it," he.
  6. Goltitaxe
    Jun 03,  · "What we have here is a potential space drive," Laithwaite said. "Properly developed, this would take you to the outer universe on a spoonful of uranium.".
  7. Kajirisar
    Oct 07,  · Rapsody tells the story of a kid forced to be the man of the house too early because the father left. It’s a tale familiar to many broken homes, and a reminder that a chance at a big dream is a.
  8. Mitaur
    Released exclusively to the Japanese market, Paydirt assembles both album tracks and rare 7" material from this transitional chapter in the Sub Pop story, and while some of the songs have aged better than others, even the weaker entries remain intriguing and surprising in ways few grunge records can claim.7/
  9. Fenrigrel
    Such was the state of affairs until the turn of the millennium, when speciality music retailing finally had an outlet via the Internet. Universal had its own Internet-only label, Hip-O Select, which finally provided an avenue for the release of The Complete Motown Singles, which was launched after a long, long wait in early with the six-disc set Vol. 1:

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