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Pulsarus - Bee Itch (CD, Album)

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  1. This is the album that I was talking about that last was talking about that last studio recording that I have studio recording that I have that one ’s called crash Boom that one ’s called crash Boom pow and I made the CD cover pow and I made the CD cover look like something like you look like something like you know like a Batman cartoon.
  2. we I like a cd album but really is the album but the name of the album is utopia live in tokyo 79 the favorite song is can we still be friends, eastern intrigue, dream goes on forever, abandon city and it wouldnt have made any difference By AJ ZAMT (los angeles, california, USA).
  3. MP3 Album Stiffed - Burned Again Like An Itch: Straight Jackers: Versions. Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year; none: Stiffed: Burned Again ‎ (CD, Album, Promo) Outlook Music Company: none: US: Credits. Producer – Darryl Jenifer; Barcodes. Barcode (UPC): ; Related to Stiffed - Burned Again.
  4. May 14,  · Picking music to quarantine to hasn't been a retreat to the comfortable and familiar. Instead, it's been a playlist of Bobbie Gentry, early Bruce, and Josie and the Pussycats.
  5. On December 1, was released its second album, Squared Rotoscope. produced by Piotr Pawlak. In came the third album of the trio called FAQ. In the fourth “Bee Itch” album appeared.
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  7. And, when the album is over, many of the songs stay in memory. The music isn't quite hair metal, but powerful pop music with a bit of old-school AC/DC thrown in. It's like a mix between Bon Scott-era AC/DC and The Cars. Fave tracks: "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah", "Heartache", "The Itch".
  8. Hence, Pulsarus is a prime of example of a band that ventures outside the box. Formed in , the acoustic-electric group features Dominik Strycharski's use of the recorder-like blockflute to link copious additives and bizarre effects into the big picture. Interestingly enough, the ensemble launches the album with John Lennon's "Imagine.".

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