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"Five Albums" is a box set by Throbbing Gristle, released in 1981 through record label Fetish, containing the band's three studio albums and two live albums.
- genre: Industrial music
- released in (34 years ago)
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Pop, Rock, and Worship by Don Cusic
Heard released five albums for that label from 1981 to 1985: Stop the Dominoes, Victims of the Age, Eye of the Storm, Ashes and Light, and Mosaics. The label also released two compilation albums, Best of Mark Heard: Acoustic and Best of ...
The act subsequently recorded five albums for WARNER BROS. RECORDS.
by Ali Welky, Mike Keckhaver
Between 1966 and 1971, Sanders released five albums that are considered defining points of the free-jazz ...
The Rock Snob's Dictionary (2005)
An Essential Lexicon Of Rockological Knowledge by David Kamp, Steven Daly
Though neither critics nor the American public particularly cared for the group's lumpen hard rock, Fanny's five albums fared slightly better in Britain, where “ fanny” is slang for vagina. Farina, Richard and Mimi. Star-crossed sixties folk legends ...
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Quotes about Five Albums
I would have to say I'm bored with the standard rock, guitar solos, but I've done it for five albums now, and this time I wanted to go in a completely different direction. I wasn't interested in showing off any more. (Kirk Hammett)
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