Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Zulu Romeo, Nov 6, 2009.
Likely story! You'll hear from our lawyers!
I made a few:
The third one is very timely.
My (rather scary) album cover
Band - Seiser Alm
Title - "Be Left to Chance"
one more from me:
A few more:
Dude, you're doing a lovely job, but could you please make the fonts a little more readable, colour-wise? They're tending to blend into the background. Aside from that, lovely!
And Rolf de Heer's solo album is finally seeing the light of day. Very inspired by Miles Davis, I'd say. He made a film with Davis in Australia, Dingo. True story.
First, a dance album from the end of the acid house and rave boom:
Next, an experimental electronica work from Australia's premier producer:
A gem of the early 70s from the "Troubled Period" of middle America's favourite folk pop combo:
And lastly, some Canadian hip-hop:
But they're nice and clear on the CD spines.
Now that's what I call a Three Dog Night.
I had that on 8-Track!
Just one today... the debut solo album from the bad boy of big band and swing - unfortunately the album cover was a little too risque among the crooning community... but if anyone else wants a peek, let me know.
"Otherwise than we do...?" by History of rugby union matches between France and New Zealand.
OK, to make up for yesterday's disappointment, five more. No idea what music they could be producing, though.
Heh. The last 3 could well form the three components of the unprecedented collaboration of three bands, known as the "It Trilogy."
"Improbable Must be the Truth" by Albertijne Malcourt
"The Truth About Them" by KIBT
"You have to go after it with a club" by George W. Bush
"To face rejection" by Sitiveni Rabuka
These clearly sound like a musical response to this guy:
And now (quite by chance) ... some Church Rock:
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