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More Than Now - Visions Of Change - Visions Of Change (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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    Buy VISIONS by GRIMES. Available on: Vinyl LP £, CD £ Order online today and get FREE UK delivery on orders over £
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    Survival by Wares, released 24 April 1. Hands, Skin 2. Tall Girl 3. Living Proof 4. Tether 5. Surrender into Waiting Arms 6. Jenny Says 7. Complete Control 8. Violence 9. Surface World Survival.
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  • Mimuro says:
    The Change is the sixth studio album by Swedish singer-songwriter Marie Fredriksson, released on 10 October by Capitol Records in conjunction with Fredriksson's own independent record label Mary Jane/Amelia Music. It is her first and only English solo album, and was her first release since being diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour in Following the diagnosis and treatment.
  • Gurg says:
    Change, an Album by Change. Released in (catalog no. Change CH ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Rock.
  • Dalabar says:
    I like the second album by Haken even more than the first one, but I like the third one even more than the second one ;-) The lads get more mature, the compositions a tiny bit better. After a strong debut album, Haken return with no less impressive sophomore effort filled with creativity and chops.
  • Tukree says:
    That's a rare trick, even for Kiss (whose efforts after, oh, didn't do much more than tread water), and one that should be appreciated even as listening to the album brings back misty-eyed visions of high school. (It doesn't matter if you were in high school in the '70s, something about this album just screams late adolescence.)/5().

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