Liquid Lover (Radio Mix) - Groovy ;G; - Liquid Lover (CD), Final Metal Attack - Abigail (3) - Sweet Baby Metal Slut (Vinyl, LP), Night Of The Blood Beast - Balzac - The Last Men On Earth Demo (CDr), Stupid Enough - Van Duren - Are You Serious ? (CD, Album), Sävel - Suomen Laulu, Ensti Pohjola - Tin Naa Tin Naa - Kaikuja Suomenlahden Ja Pohjanlahden Rannoil, The Second City Report* - The Cosa Nostra Story (Vinyl, LP), 夕凪の下の秘密基地 - 山本サヤカ* - 線香花火 (CD), Anne Dorte Michelsen - De Voksnes Rækker (CD, Album), Sixteen-Seventeen - Pałałam Do Ciebie (CD), Mental *@%#! - Various - The Beavis And Butt-Head Experience (Cassette), Antarctican Drinking Song - GWAR - Carnival Of Chaos (CD, Album)
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MuzshuraFind album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Swamp Pop Legend - Johnnie Allan on AllMusic -
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TautaurSwamp Song Lyrics: My warning meant nothing / You're dancing in quicksand / Why don't you watch where you're wandering? / Why don't you watch where you're stumbling? / You're wading knee deep and.
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KajishicageView credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Swamp Gold Volume 4 on Discogs.3/5(1).
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ZulkigamiBURNING THE GROUND EXCLUSIVE REQUEST “Life Can Be a Hurtful Thing” is a New Wave/Synth-pop single released on Island/Innervision records by the band Baby Go Boom. The track was remixed in the US by John Luongo. The group never managed to complete an entire album, so unfortunately this was their only release.
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FaujinnFeb 10, · BURNING OF THE MIDNIGHT LAMP- Randy Hansen Trio live 8/12/ al "Giacosa" di Aosta - Duration: Gaetano Lo Presti 10, views.
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DoukasaFind album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Swamp Gold, Vol. 8 - Various Artists on AllMusic -
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DizuruFind album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Swamp Gold, Vol. 2 - Various Artists on AllMusic -
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TaurisarI love the Swamp Gold series of albums. The music was typical of what was played in local dance halls and on beer joint jukeboxes in the South in the 40's, 50's, and 60's. It, in my opinion is to the liking of all ages. And I know those 50 and above will certainly love it/5(10).
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