Various - Cool Covers Vol.6 Reggae Meets Rock & Punk (CD)

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  1. Jul 26,  · Sometimes a great cover is a faithful rendition, borne out of love and respect for the original track. Others completely reimagine the original tune, rendering it almost unrecognizable (in a good.
  2. Sep 20,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Cool Covers Vol.6 Reggae Meets Rock & Punk on Discogs.5/5(1).
  3. Welcome to ‘Reggae Album Covers’. Reggae Album Covers is dedicated to celebrating the best and the worst of reggae album artwork. We have been enthralled and fascinated by reggae album artwork and this site aims to act as a directory and serves to collect some of the best reggae album covers, as well as some of the worst ones throughout the years.
  4. Mystic Music presents COOL ROCK. 2 CD set released in with some of the best hits from the 80's. AS SEEN ON T.V. Disc 1 1. UP HERE YOU BELONG JOE CROCKER&JENNIFER WAMES 2. ALWAYS SOMETHING THERE TO REMIND ME NAKED EYES 3. LEAN ON ME CLUB NOUVEAU 4. HOLD ME NOW THOMPSON TWINS 5. DON'T FORGET ME (WHEN 5/5(8).
  5. Jul 10,  · Right before the deluge of ‘80s punk covers that oversaturated the late-’90s and early-’00s, Bremerton, Wash. pop punk trio MxPx beat most bands to the punch with their knockout cover of A.
  6. Mar 25,  · Song I Don't Want to Miss a Thing (Reggae Version) Artist Lee Francis; Album Sexy Love - R'n'b Meets Reggae Lovers; Writers Diane Warren.
  7. Nov 01,  · There is a new album and it´s here. Their sixth record is the first one after 15 months since the biggest success of this collective project around the world: Vintage Reggae Café Vol. 5 ().
  8. Album:The Information Designer: Various/The Listener How cool is this album sleeve? Well, it's as cool as you want it to be. Beck created a stir in when his album The Information was released with a cover consisting of a simple sheet of graph paper, and a set of stickers that the listener could arrange as they wished.
  9. Other than Toyah, Safari was also notable as a home for punk pioneers Wayne County & The Electric Chairs, new wave band The Boys, ex-Deep Purple singer Glenn Hughes, several British reggae acts (such as The Cimarons and Weapon Of Peace), disco duo The Chanter Sisters and various Mod and Ska Revival acts (captured on the LP Uppers On The South.

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