Title: You Don't Have To Be Fashionable Vol.1
Style: Indie Pop, Lo-Fi, Psychedelic Rock, Folk, Drone, Electro, Rock & Roll, Experimental, Avantgarde, Shoegaze, Pop Rock, Noise
Category: Electronic / Rock / Pop / Folk - Country
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Album's title: You Don't Have To Be Fashionable Vol. 2. Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country. Label: With A Messy Head – wamhmp3010 Type: 16 x File, MP3, Compilation, 320 kbps Country: France Date of released: 15 Jan 2014 Category: Electronic, Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country Style: Indie Pop, Indie Rock, Lo-Fi, Folk Rock, Experimental. Carton Sonore - Brise-Glace. Various - US Fashionable Music Vol. 77. Carman Moore - Four Movements For A Fashionable Five-Toed Dragon - Tone Roa. Trotski Nautique - Station Mir Express.
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You Don't Have to be Jewish is a 1965 comedy album written by Bob Booker and George Foster, the team behind the 1962 comedy album The First Family. The album features Lou Jacobi, Betty Walker, Jack Gilford, Joe Silver, Jackie Kannon, Bob McFadden, Frank Gallop, and Arlene Golonka, in a variety of roles, mostly Jewish, performing a mixture of jokes and comedy sketches.
Basement Jaxx's "Romeo" and Artful Dodger's "Please Don't Turn Me On" mix in fashionable trance loops, while O Fortuna's "The Omen" and Public Domain's "Operation Blade (Base in the Place)" descend into a techno bliss on disc one. Disc two boasts more of a rave atmosphere with cuts from Jakatta and the Warp Brothers; however, it's Bel Amour's self-titled track that's most appealing
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His first album, God Connections, was delivered two years later and further actualized his old crew’s street hop canon. Proof that Al’ T was a more than capable rapper, whether grouped up or solo. You only have to poke your head into Boston to realize how seriously the city took – and still takes – indie rap. This is an area of the US where you’d have to surgically remove backpacks from its legion of 30-something rap purists, and it makes sense that worthy duo 7L & Esoteric emerged from there. Speaking Real Words has held up surprisingly well, and despite its detractors does a great job of bridging the gap between NY street rap and something a little more Northern.
|1||–Shelby Bryant||Harry Situation||2:40|
|2||–Impaled Peach||The River||3:13|
|4||–A Man And His Broken Piano||How People Change||2:59|
|6||–La Batterie||Bed And Table||4:04|
|8||–Bisons||White Swan, Green Season||2:08|
|9||–Neon Waltz||Veiled Clock||3:38|
|10||–Sean Travis Ramsay||Home||3:11|
|12||–Paul & Pierre||Lon Chaney (Alt.)||2:53|