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Keep It In Your Head - Feel Spectres - Feel Spectres (CD)

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  1. Explore releases from Spectres at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Spectres at the Discogs Marketplace.
  2. Feel Spectres, an album by Feel Spectres on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. Feel Spectres's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates. Keep It In Your Head. Feel Spectres. Moon. Feel Spectres. Feels Right. Feel Spectres. Don't Wanna Know. Feel Spectres. This helps us keep people, musicians and brands searchable on Myspace.
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  5. Explore releases from The Spectres at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Spectres at the Discogs Marketplace.
  6. Belgian industrial label created in by Doc. Demon. Initially set up to release a series of ten 10" vinyls in special packaging, each limited to copies. 10 out of these copies come in an ultra-luxurious packaging. Currently only four 10" records have been released & the project has been moved to the.
  7. Skiz Fernando Jr. started his career as a journalist. Writing articles in different fanzines or magazines like Rolling Stone, interviews and records' back cover, he published in "The New Beats: exploring the music, culture and attitudes of hip-hop" (Anchor Books).
  8. Post-punk band from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada that was formed in by Brian Gustavson and Steve Hanker, recording two demos. With label interest in their demos Spectres added Heather Szilagyi, Nathan Szilagyi and Zach Batalden to the lineup. After the "Cold War" single Heather left the band and was replaced by Steve Gerenscer.
  9. Dec 25,  · We haven't heard new music from Radiohead in almost five years but with today being Christmas Day, the iconic English group gifted us with a new song titled "Spectre" that was meant to be the opening song for the new James Bond movie rather than Sam Smith's "Writing On The Wall". "Spectre" is a laid back ballad similar to Radiohead's older releases with Thom Yorke laying down .

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