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Pleasure (4) - Special Things (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. elvis presley debut album lpm vinyl record first pressing usa mint This Item have been sold for $ ,00 on Date Bids: 1.
  2. UFO - Lights out. Vinyl LP Album. Very little shelf wear and the record is celcountmentingtorchahardtirantifimost.coinfo date: Aug 03,
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  4. Jul 29,  · Raekwon will celebrate the 25th anniversary of his acclaimed solo debut Only Built 4 Cuban Linx with a special instrumental version of the record arriving on vinyl .
  5. Dec 03,  · "Special Things" ist ein Album, was mich vermutlich noch als "älterer Mensch" begeistert, denn die Funk-Phase dauerte nicht allzu lange, gemessen an dem scheiß Hip Hop, der sich nun 34 Jahre lang (mit immer den gleichen Phrasen) fortsetzt - oder besser gesagt: sich "industriell bedingt" so lange "hinzieht"/5(19).
  6. Vinyl: thick heavyweight vinyl, handful of superficial blemishes, disc retains nice gloss and is very reflective, labels are clean with no spindle marks, very minor underlying static heard mainly during quieter moments and between songs, sometimes static is more prominent but never detracts from music, an occasional pop or crack is heard, music is right up front and punchy, crisp treble and End date: Aug 07,
  7. Sometimes, a limited number of copies of a given album will be pressed on colored vinyl, with a larger number pressed on black vinyl. In some cases, such as with the soundtrack album to the film Inception, all copies are colored vinyl and they are numbered as well.
  8. The album had a new sound, one as informed by synthesisers as it was horns, and on the back of this LP Pleasure seemed set for the s. Certainly the success of “Future Now” allowed them to go for the lavishly embossed cover for “Special Things”, which attempted to develop them further.

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