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Stray - Reflecting a Generation album mp3
Hard Rock,Blues-Rock,Album Rock,British Metal,Heavy Metal
  • Performer:
    Stray
  • Title:
    Reflecting a Generation
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Hard Rock,Blues-Rock,Album Rock,British Metal,Heavy Metal
  • Date of release:
    1977
  • Size FLAC version
    1675 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1550 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1286 megabytes
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    4.2
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    113
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Reflecting a Generation. 队列表 Hard Rock Stray Reflecting a Generation. Album Name Reflecting a Generation. 版公司 Transatlantic Records.

Reflecting a Generation. Erscheinungsdatum 1977. Labels Transatlantic Records. Musik GenreHard Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0.

Blank Generation is the debut studio album by American punk rock band Richard Hell and the Voidoids. It was produced by Richard Gottehrer and released in September 1977 on Sire Records. Kentucky-born Richard Meyers moved to New York City after dropping out of high school in 1966 aspiring to become a poet. He and his best friend from high school, Tom Miller, founded the rock band the Neon Boys, which became Television in 1973.

A1 Changes A2 Move It A3 Only What You Make It A4 After The Storm A5 Our Plea B1 Don't Look Back B2 Mystic Lady B3 Soon As You've Grown B4 Around The World In Eighty Days B5 Queen Of The Sea. Other versions. Reflecting A Generation (LP, Comp).

James Walton talks to Aubrey Powell, the man behind the album art for virtually every 1970s rock band you can think of. James Walton. Pink Floyd’s Ummagumma, 1969, photography by Aubrey Powell and Storm Thorgerson. So what on earth was he up to? The answer - as anybody who recognises Powell’s name will guess - was creating one of the 373 album covers that his company Hipgnosis designed back when LPs ruled the world. In this case, for 10cc’s Look Hear?) Now Powell - known as Po - has gathered all 373 together for the first time, in a book that for some of us thrillingly recalls those many happy hours spent flipping through album racks in record shops.

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Stray - Primary Artist