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Interprete:
Various
Album:
The History Of Digital Overdose
Stile:
Hardcore, Gabber
Rilasciato:
1998
Paese:
Netherlands
Etichetta:
Not On Label
Dimensione FLAC:
1005 mb
Dimensione MP3:
2097 mb
Dimensione WMA:
2093 mb


Tracklist


1The History Of Digital Overdose


Crediti


  • Artwork [Concept & Realization]M-Design Wormerveer
  • Photography ByAnthony Donner, Mirko Kuit


Note


on the video it says: "Promotional Video, Exclusive for Digital Overdose Visitors. NOT FOR SALE!"


Album


Overdose is the eighth studio album by Japanese pop band Pizzicato Five. The album was released on October 1, 1994 by the Nippon Columbia imprint Triad. It is their first studio album not to feature founding member Keitarō Takanami, who departed the band earlier in the year. Overdose is the first of several Pizzicato Five albums to be themed around a famous city, in this case New York. The album delves into soul music, containing several references to Stevie Wonder, most prominently the harmonica solo. Various Artists. Digital Overdose. Listen to all tracks of The History Of Digital Overdose for History Of Rock WCBS FM 101 Series Format: Audio CD. Here's the track listing according to my copy of this album, again the cassetteLP version ONLY: The Worst That Could Happen - Brooklyn Bridge A Little Bit Of Soul - Music Explosion Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye - Casinos The Boy From New York City - Ad Libs Hurt So Bad - Artist Unknown Expressway To Your Heart - Soul Survivors Cara Mia - Jay & The Americans . Listen online to Digital Overdose - Lost - Original Mix and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and Digital Overdose 1996. 레이블: ID&t docd 002a. 시리즈: Digital Overdose 1996. 형식: 2 CD, Compilation. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. House Disco Acid House. Colonel Abrams , Shirley Lites and others. Colonel Abrams - Trapped. Overview of the Gilded Age Digital History ID 2916. Mark Twain called the late 19th century the Gilded Age. By this, he meant that the period was glittering on the surface but corrupt underneath. In the popular view, the late 19th century was a period of greed and guile: of rapacious Robber Barons, unscrupulous speculators, and corporate buccaneers, of shady business practices, scandal-plagued politics, and vulgar display. It is easy to caricature the Gilded Age as an era of corruption, conspicuous consumption, and unfettered capitalism. Digital OverDose Musical Productions, Orlando, Florida. Bringing attention to social issues through performing arts. Ten Years of Vrec. Various artists. A Seat at the Cool Table. Ashton Jerome a Playa from the Himalaya. The Remix Album. Ligi Agapi. Hardrockparty, Vol