Category: Heavy Metal

Depression - R.I.V. (2) - Is This A Modern World? (Vinyl, LP)

JoJozshura

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  2. The Modern Dance by Pere Ubu, released 21 August 1. Non-Alignment Pact 2. Modern Dance 3. Laughing 4. Street Waves 5. Chinese Radiation 6. Life Stinks 7. Real World 8. Over My Head 9. Sentimental Journey Humor Me.
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