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Performer: George Junk. Genre: Electronic, Rock. Label: Poverty Electronics – none Type: 10 x File, Album Country: US Date of released: 25 Aug 2014 Category: Electronic, Rock Style: Black Metal, Grindcore, Dubstep. Free Download George Junk & Auston K - 1990. Related Tracks or Albums. Mojave Phone Booth - Mojave Phone Booth.
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Gorgeous George is the third solo studio album by Scottish musician Edwyn Collins. The album was recorded at New River in London, with Collins acting as the producer. It was released on 1 July 1994 and features guest musician Paul Cook of the original Sex Pistols. The Campaign for Real Rock" – 6:35. A Girl Like You" – 3:58. Low Expectations" – 3:58. Out of This World" – 5:37. If You Could Love Me" – 5:30. North of Heaven" – 3:39. Gorgeous George" – 4:08. It's Right in Front of You" – 6:26.
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At the very start of the 1990s, The Orb's Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld managed to make ambient house a perpetual "next big thing" for the rest of the decade. As fearless psychic peregrinators, Dr. Alex Paterson, Thrash, and around 20 other musicians loaded the record up with BBC Shakespeare performances and Apollo 11 recordings, then hit the spaceways, making stops in Detroit clubs, Indian dancehalls, London philharmonics, and Tibetan monasteries. It made for an album that could appeal to everyone from new age receptionists to dubheads to prog-rock pharmacists.