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The Pretty Things is the self-titled 1965 release by the English rock band The Pretty Things, which features mostly R&B and rock and roll cover versions. A re-issue released in 2000 on CD featured every track from both the American and British versions of the album. The liner notes were written by Jimmy Duncan and Bryan Morrison. Phil May, lead vocals. Dick Taylor, lead guitar. Brian Pendleton, rhythm guitar, backing vocals. John Stax, bass guitar, harmonica, backing vocals.
The album consists of their M A D E project singles from 2015, various other songs, and 2 new Title Tracks – including FXXK IT. This comeback is a token of BIGBANG’s 10th anniversary as a group (2006-2016). Primary Artists Bigbang & GD&TOP. Producers Choice37, De. (Daniel Pak), Future Bounce & 9 more. Writers G-Dragon, Kush, Taeyang & 2 more.
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No longer was there really the Big 4. Metallica was this thing unto itself. They were this huge entity. When they have a record like the 'Black Album,' when something is like Back in Black or Dark Side of the Moon, that's it. That's it, you know, goodbye. Here, in celebration of the record that turned Metallica into a "huge entity" are 10 things you likely didn't know about the Black Album. The Black Album's shorter, more streamlined songs were a reaction against. And Justice for All's proggy excess " To me, th. nd Justice For All album sounds horrible, awful, can't fucking stand it," James Hetfield told Uncut bluntly in 2007. That was our fancy stage, showing off too much.
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The third album by Jack and Meg White was the right dynamite for a mainstream breakthrough. Jack’s Delta-roadhouse fantasies, Detroit-garage-rock razzle and busted-love lyricism, as well as Meg’s toy-thunder drumming all peaked at once. 496. Boz Scaggs, ‘Boz Scaggs’.