8 thoughts on “ Some Pops !? - Various - Sound Fragments Vol.2 (CD) ”

  1. Doujinn says:
    Explore releases from the Kingston Sounds label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Kingston Sounds releases.
  2. JoJokasa says:
    Fragments by Matthew Frederick, released 03 April 1. Leave The Light On 2. Laura Jones 3. High 4. Tell Me 5. Dust Cloud 6. Timelapse 7. Pink Blossom Snow 8. Hay-on-Wye 9. Fragments Morning Smile FRAGMENTS Written and Performed by Matthew Frederick Produced by Matthew Frederick with Jethro Chaplin Recorded and Mixed by Jethro Chaplin at Mwnci Studios Mastered by Donal Whelan .
  3. Yozshugami says:
    Jamaican reggae/dancehall label owned by Donovan Germain. For Jamaica Studio please use: Penthouse Studios For US Studio please use: Penthouse Studio For distribution there is: Penthouse Music or Penthouse Distributor or Penthouse Distributors or Penthouse Records.
  4. Grogami says:
    Short cd's March 11, By Daniel P. (North Street, MI) See All My Reviews " Having fully enjoyed Vol, 1 I ordered Vol 2 expecting more of the same. What was the same was the level of performances, the quality of the recordings and impressive packaging and comprehensive notes. What was disappointing was unlike Vol 1, they did not combine several different original LPs to compliment and fill.
  5. Daikora says:
    May 21,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Do The Pop! The Australian Garage-Rock Sound '87 on Discogs/5(37).
  6. Zuramar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Sherwood At The Controls Volume 2: - on Discogs.
  7. JoJogar says:
    Punk Goes Pop Volume Two Various. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ VARIOUS - VOL 2: PUNK GOES 90S - CD Product details. Product Dimensions: x x inches; Some songs sound better than their original. Read more. One person /5(15).
  8. Kazit says:
    The reason for the low rating is the Hits Vol.1 is fine but Hits Vol.2 was not good sounding. The music sounds dull as if it were remastered and not well done. I even bought the "Hotel California" LP to see if I were mistaken about the sound and I was not. The Hotel California album was much sharper and cleaner sounding than the Hits Vol.2 LP/5(1).

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