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Various - Dreamworld 1985-1987 (CD, Album)

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  1. Apr 25,  · Dreamworld: Essential Late Night Listening offers a hip twist on late-night listening compilations -- which are usually the domain of classical, jazz, or new age music -- and gathers a nocturnal collection of trip-hop, electronica, dream pop and indie rock. Massive Attack's classic "Protection," Tricky's "Hell Is Around the Corner," Moby's "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad," and 6/
  2. dreamworld by blackout, released official blackout x sic records collab originally released pressed on vinyl records for the first time in
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  4. (Redirected from Dreamworld ( song)) " Dreamworld " is a song by Australian rock band Midnight Oil released in as the fourth and final single from their sixth studio album, Diesel and Dust. In the United States, the song reached No. 16 on the Modern Rock chart and .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Dreamworld on Discogs.4/5(3).
  6. Vinyl Japan is a Japanese-owned London-based indie label specializing in 60s oriented garage, indie guitar, punk rock, hardcore punk and rockin' sounds. LC
  7. This is a list of songs that were either recorded or written by Swedish pop group ABBA, but which - for various reasons - were never released during the band's active years (–).Some of the songs were later released in their entirety or in parts on the track "ABBA Undeleted" (included in the box set Thank You for the Music), while other songs were released as part of solo projects.
  8. Apr 12,  · 7. Losing My Religion: 5/5 The album's saving grace. It ROCKS! It's catchy and hardcore, and definitely does not sound like REM. This is the type of song I expected for the rest of the album. 8. Wonderwall: 1/5 Adds a slight kick to the original but not enough. /5(15).

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