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  2. Feb 20,  · Blessing to Jah rocolnepenmanfmukwarsfireveluca.xyzinfo album is a collection of cool hits by the well known performer King Shark, along with other famous musicians - This album was .
  3. Zach Cooper and Vic DiMotsis return as King Garbage with their debut album, Make It Sweat. Following their debut on our Bangers & Ash 12 series (BASH) and solo releases in - Coopers reflective, harrowing The Sentence (SUS) and DiMotsis blistering, soulful beat tape, Mine Eyes Dazzle (SUS) - the duo double down on soul and funk traditions to share new ways of .
  4. Sharks are big and sharks are scary Sharks make me feel extremely wary But I don’t care I still swim in the sea They can eat you without any hassle But I don’t really want this to happen So I swim away I swim back to shore And that’s why I don’t go to the seaside No, I hide inside a shell so you can’t see And now nostalgia waves goodbye.
  5. Album: Come to Life Country: Germany Genre: Dark Metal Quality: Mp3, CBR kbps Tracklist: Path No. 8 Come to Life I Decide Left in Mud Wearing Death Time is Now Cold Light The Wall The Awakening Distant Fire Prescribed Mind Decay.
  6. The Sharks re-formed in with Alan Wilson on Guitar/vocals, Morrissey's bass player Gary Day on bass and Hodge on drums and released the album 'Recreational Killer' on Cherry Red/Anagram records and the 12" EP 'Bitch Attack' (Vinyl Japan). In Steve returned when Gary left to re-join Morrissey.
  7. Title: Killers of the Deep Label: 3Ms Music When the original debut album, First Water, appeared from this band in , it was fronted by Stephen ‘Snips’ Parsons, Chris Spedding on guitar, Marty Simon on drums and Andy Fraser on bass. With Fraser at the heart of the original band, he of the Free/All Right Now association, this line up did sound like an off-shoot from Free successor, Bad.

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