Category: Classic Rock

Thanx For The Add (Marcel Remix) - Various - E.P. Volume Two (Vinyl)

8 thoughts on “ Thanx For The Add (Marcel Remix) - Various - E.P. Volume Two (Vinyl)

  1. Kazitaur
    I didn't have this (always seemed a bit over priced) but as the previous reviewer advised I searched it out and it is indeed a most fine E.P. Full of 94 vibe with the added touch of a 95 production. Fusion's Truth is simply tearing and Remarc with Simpleton's vocals are a great marriage (a bit like his Ninja man remix)/5(67).
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  2. JoJokus
    Singles. Two singles made it to the Billboard charts, "Do You", which featured DMX, was the most successful of the two, reaching 92 on the Billboard Hot Faith Evans's "Goodlife" became hit on both the R&B and rap charts.. Commercial performance. 60 Minutes of Funk, Volume IV: The Mixtape was a success, peaking at 26 on the Billboard and becoming Funk Flex's fourth consecutive album to.
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  3. Morg
    It has been a busy week for Ariana Grande. In addition to feuding with the Grammys (and, arguably, winning), releasing her fifth album, Thank U, Next, on Friday, and putting out a new music video.
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  4. Voodoorisar
    Feb 08,  · It's finally here. Less than a year after Sweetener's arrival and after so many hints and teases on social media, Ariana Grande has officially unveiled her fifth studio album, Thank U, Next, just.
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  5. Vojin
    Jun 06,  · Details Caption: “thank you” Duration: sec Dimensions: x Created: 6/6/, PM.
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  6. Dubar
    Iconic DJ, producer and 'edit king' presents the first volume of M&M Mixes, special versions of classic soul and disco on x2 vinyl.
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  7. Bralkis
    My favorite songs of from some of the best artists from Atlanta and other major cities. Also some mixes just for the artists who made a statement in like Future, Young Thug, 21 Savage and more. Follow me on here and twitter/IG @DJ_MarcB.
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  8. Nele
    Sublime was an American reggae/punk/ska band, active , from Long Beach, California, United States. The band consisted of three members: Bradley Nowell (vocals, guitar), Bud Gaugh (drums), and Eric Wilson (bass guitar). The band achieved mainstream success with their self-titled third album. Sublime can still be heard on radio stations across the US, especially in Long Beach, California.
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