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Slightly Stoopid - Everything You Need flac album
Title:
Everything You Need
Performer:
Style:
Reggae, Dub, Punk, Indie Rock
Released:
FLAC album size:
1180 mb
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VOX APE MMF MP3 DMF VQF RA
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Rating:
4.7 ✪

Band Name Slightly Stoopid. Album Name Everything You Need. Other productions from Slightly Stoopid. Slightly Not Stoned Enough to Eat Breakfast Yet Stoopid.

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Features Song Lyrics for Slightly Stoopid's Everything You Need album. Killing Me Deep Inside Lyrics. 6. Everything You Need Lyrics. 8. Questionable Lyrics. 9. Runnin' with a Gun Lyrics.

Álbum · 2003 · 14 músicas. Disponível com uma assinatura do Apple Music. The Longest Barrel Ride. Você também pode curtir.

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Complete your Slightly Stoopid collection. Everything You Need ‎(CD, Album, CD-). referencing Everything You Need, LP, Album, RE, Yel, 1-44016. Does anyone know what the sound quality is like on this pressing? Reply See 2 replies Notify me Helpful.

Slightly Stoopid Albums. Everything You Need Album. Release Date August 2, 2004. Collie Man. Everything You Need. Leaving, On A Jet Plane.

Slightly Stoopid has finally reached their full potential with Everything You Need. Can't say enough about this album, but for a band who was missing a drummer, this may be about as superb a recording as you can get. I don't actually like every single song on this album, but they are all slickly recorded. A true shot in the arm for the reggae/ska movement among surf bands. Slightly Stoopid has wrestled away control over the movement from all other bands with this album. Great party album, great relaxing album, great album overall

On the original 1996 Skunk Records print, the CD included two hidden tracks after "To a Party. The first hidden song is "Prophet" with the late Bradley Nowell of Sublime playing bass. The second hidden song is "Marley Medley" which contains "Guava Jelly" and "This Train," both Bob Marley covers. The printing was very limited at an estimated 1000 copies.