Classic Rock

Bleach - Lushes - Service Industry (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • Akinozahn
    says:
    Record/Vinyl $18 USD. Silent Places – Cloudy Clear Color Vinyl Edition Drum – Black Vinyl LP Version Gold Class. Record/Vinyl $17 USD. Drum – CD Version Service Industry – CD Version Lushes. Compact Disc (CD) $
  • Nikozilkree
    says:
    Jun 29,  · Music Reviews: Service Industry by Lushes released in via Felte Records%(2).
  • Malamuro
    says:
    referencing Bleach, LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gre, SP A half black/half grey version is coming out in Australia on 31 July as a benefit for music industry workers left unemployed due to Corona. Any word on whether or not that one will use the same masters as this one?
  • Mikalar
    says:
    In Utero is the album of Nirvana's that is the most personal to me. Its the album I bought to take to uni with me, its the album I listened to when Cobain departed this mortal coil, it has other memories embedded into my DNA. Its a sad moment in music history where a band who had the world at their feet recorded a moment of brutal beauty/5().
  • Vudozahn
    says:
    Mar 16,  · There are many valuable vinyl records out there, including perhaps the most expensive Motown/northern soul 7 Inch ever, Do I Love You (Indeed I Do), recorded by Frank Wilson in , and which sold for over £25,/$31, at auction in (It was Wilson’s only single, and the majority of demo copies were destroyed, which is why it’s so collectible).
  • Groshakar
    says:
    Hi-fi mood jams / head vibes / drunk spazz / passing out. James Ardery - Vocals, Guitar, Synth Joel Myers - Drums, SPD-SX SERVICE INDUSTRY was recorded and mixed by Aaron Mullan (Magik Markers, Soni. New York. 18 Tracks. Followers. Stream Tracks and Playlists from LUSHES on your desktop or mobile device.
  • Tojashura
    says:
    Instead, Lushes polarize the album's sounds and moods, juxtaposing drudgery and rebellion, explosions and hollowed-out aftermaths. Indeed, several of Service Industry's most striking moments are quiet, capturing the uneasy yet tedious feeling of life passing by in dribs and drabs. With the refrain "Grey tiles, take me home," "Grey Tiles" could 7/.
  • Akiktilar
    says:
    Each Lovelife EP was released in 3 different versions, each with different B-sides. 2 of the 3 versions were available on both CD and 12' vinyl, while 1 version was only on 7" vinyl. That resulted in 17 B-Side tracks, on 15 different disks, all supporting an LP album Missing: Service Industry.
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