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  1. Bagami
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Working Nights on Discogs.5/5(3).
  2. Vokree
    May 20,  · Greatest Hits – Album + CD; 10% Human 90% Beast – Gym Motivational Speeches (Album) They Will Never Define Me – Album; Working On The Dream – Album; Strong Mind, Strong Life – Album; Feed Your Mind With Success – Album; CD’s; Spotify; Born Ready – Album; Hard Work Pays Off – Album; Success And Nothing Less (Album) Today Is .
  3. Fekinos
    This album topped the Billboard charts in and is a deeply reflective work in which Carlton can mostly be heard playing acoustic guitar on mellow grooves in Missing: Brunorock.
  4. Gajin
    The driving, earthy grooves, the catchy melodic riffs, bombastic chords, explosive drumming, intricate interaction between instruments and the spiritual attitude are elements that point very clearly in the fusion direction. Albums like this one support that argument. Its sound is closer to fusion that any other Tyner album to date/5(5).
  5. Yohn
    But when he first started working from home, some of the time, it was like we had a culture shock because with little kids, I would clean every day at about before he came home. And like I’d usually, like, brush my hair for the first time that day or docnitonisrifomixoudoubcontmatma.coinfog: Brunorock.
  6. Nek
    Big Stir Records music. Big Stir Singles: The Third Wave, Zibaldone, Everest (Extended CD Version), Medium Wave, Big Stir Singles: The Second Wave, Once & Always, Not Only Sunshine, Big Stir Singles: The First Wave, Thoughts On Lunch?, Make, 'Pacépha.
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  8. Mojas
    Lovehunter is the only early Whitesnake album that I think I never heard back in my childhood. I wasn't expecting that I would love the album, and I don't, but some of it is actually all right. There is no 'metal' attitude on the album; instead, Lovehunter is a mixture of 'old' and 'new' styles of hard rock. "Walking in the Shadow of the Blues" and the brief "We Wish You Well" are Missing: Brunorock.

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