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8 thoughts on “ D.D.T. (4) - As Yet Untitled (Vinyl)

  1. Buy Untitled Spangle Call Lilli Line, Pop, Vinyl Online Now at the Australian based Sanity Movie Store. View Trailer and Tracks.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Untitled on Discogs. Label: Karnage Records - • Format: Vinyl 12 Mouse - Untitled (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  3. Shipping Q3 Untitled Goose Game is nothing short of a *honk*nomenon (sorry!), having transcended the hallowed halls of nerdom to become an essential piece of the cultural zeitgeist. Australian developer House House created the ultimate anti-hero with their headlining Goose, crafting a clever and genre-busting puzzler that achieves brilliance with hilarious gestures and impeccable nuance.
  4. The music on this record has been taken from the play 'To The Shores Of Lake Placid', which ran from August 24 to February 21 The play is the first in a trilogy, the second of which, as yet untitled, began on November 10 at 'Club Zoo', 'The Pyramid', Liverpool, and will close at 'Erics', Liverpool on November 15
  5. Base Crab Trap is a 12″x12″x12″ Vinyl coated crab trap with a welded stainless steel frame. Mesh is ″ square. Options include: Fully rigged trap including 15′ of solid braid 3/16″ rope, 4″x3″ Float and Tarred Nylon door strings. 1 center bait snood.
  6. originally released in on cassette, thirdorgan has remained one of the most elusive yet constant figures in japan’s acclaimed noise and industrial movement. despite having worked with nearly every cult label of the 90’s cassette scene, thirdorgan has scarcely been presented on vinyl and cd, as this special set shows the awesome and challenging long form relentless feedback paths and.
  7. #untitled second by the telescopes, released 22 March 1. splashdown 2. high on fire 3. you set my soul 4. spaceships 5. the presence of your grace 6. and 7. flying 8. yeah 9. ocean drive please tell mother to the shore the telescopes second album. originally released on creation records. "just not what jimmy died for"; steve sutherland. melody maker.
  8. The vinyl, however, is terrible. There is no bass at all and it just sounds bad. I'm so disappointed. Plus it was super dirty out of the sleeve; so much dust and it was as if the record was freshly pressed and then thrown in the sleeve. I wish the pink vinyl was still available; maybe that one sounds better than this/5(1).

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