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Prime Time - The Dead 60s - Stand Up (CD)

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  1. The Dead 60's know that ska never died. In fact, these lads are about to usurp the reggae-meets-ska-meets-punk-funk throne that the late great Joe Strummer left behind. the first single from thier debut album 'The Dead 60's' is 'Riot Radio'. Epic. Reviews: 2.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Time To Take Sides on Discogs/5(14).
  3. Time to Take Sides is the second album by Liverpool band The Dead webstheftsubloviveworkvaclilenstige.coinfo was first released in France on 13 August The album remains unreleased in the UK. During the recording, the band were introduced to fellow Liverpudlian, Paul McCartney, via mutual producer David Kahne. Track listings. All tracks written by The Dead 60s.. French version.
  4. The Dead 60s were a short-lived punky reggae revivalist bad from Liverpool. Their sound was very and I mean very influenced by The Clash's "Guns Of Brixton/Armagideon Time style of dubby white reggae that was popular in /5(13).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Red Vinyl release of Stand Up on Discogs. Label: Deltasonic Records - DLT • Format: Vinyl 7 The Dead 60s - Stand Up (, Red, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  6. Jul 20,  · The new video for single Stand Up, which is released on Deltasonic Records on September 10th. Skip navigation The Dead 60s - Stand Up YouTube; The Dead 60s - Stand Up - .
  7. It was a compilation CD put together by the Dead 60s containing fifteen of their favourite tracks from the Trojan Records vaults. Artists featured included: Horace Andy, The Upsetters, Tapper Zukie, The Reggaeites and Lloyd Robinson.
  8. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Dead 60s - Time To Take Sides at Discogs. Complete your The Dead 60s collection.
  9. Stand up comedy has found its way on the many different forms of mediums from TV to the internet. However, there was a time when the only way to watch your favorite stand up comedian was going to watch them live or buy the most recent comedy webstheftsubloviveworkvaclilenstige.coinfo's on old record player. Here some of the funniest and best stand up comedy albums.

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