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Winters Over - Serious Drinking - The Revolution Starts At Closing Time (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The label kicks off with Expanded Edition reissue of JoBoxers’ debut album. Captain Oi! Cherry Pop The Cherry Pop label is dedicated to interesting poptastic catalogue releases from records that originally came out in the ’s & 90’s. Cherry Pop got off to a flying start with releases from Latoya Jackson, Sheena Easton and Haysi Fantayzee.
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  2. Feb 26,  · i'm so hungover i wish i was dead. Hangover Don't Shoot Me Down Baby I'm Dying A Death.
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  3. Lyrics for Winter's Over by Serious Drinking. Lyrics for Winter's Over by Serious Drinking. Type song title, artist or lyrics. Top lyrics Community Contribute Business. Sign in Sign up. LyricsWinter's Over Serious Drinking. Lyrics not available. Be .
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  4. Jul 26,  · After a few questionable choices of singles, saw the release of what was arguably one of R.E.M.’s best-ever singles. Fall On Me was a prelude to the band’s fourth album ‘ Lifes Rich Pageant ’ (no apostrophe again), though in many ways it didn’t tell the whole story of what that record would sound like.. In terms of what Fall On Me is about, you just need to read .
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  6. Sep 18,  · Song I'm On Drugs; Artist Serious Drinking; Album The Revolution Starts at Closing Time Licensed to YouTube by Kobalt (AWAL Digital Limited) (on behalf of Workers Playtime Music Co.), and 1.
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  7. Over the past 13 months, TAP have been prolific, with 16 separate releases – 8 singles, 6 EPs, 1 full LP and 1 mini-LP – all available via Bandcamp. 66 tracks in all, covering a range of genres as outlined by Strangeways.
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  8. Aug 11,  · The closing track on the Love album wasn’t one that suffered from too much over production and almost made the cut. But there’s just something a bit special hearing Roddy, with just a guitar for accompaniment, deliver this ode to his roots at a venue thousands of miles away and realising that it’s a song capable of bringing a lump to the.
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