Loser - Loud Americans* - Life On the Line (CD, Album)

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  1. I have about 10 or more Beatles albums on Vinyl, 10 or more Johnny Cash, Marty Robbins, Jimi Hendrix, Santana, 20 or more Elvis albums on Vinyl, 15 or more Beach Boys, about 2 or 3 Monkees albums.
  2. Oct 30,  · Forward Into the Vault A Seger File Special Feature The Seger File is an unofficial web site about the music of Bob Seger. This section of the Seger File last updated October 30, For the most current updates, click here. Written and Edited by Scott Sparling [email protected]
  3. Their first album, titled Life on the Line was recorded and released by Harold’s label (tiocossladnahosolfenisdespvacuten.coinfo) in the spring of L.A. was the abbreviation for “Loud Americans”. As the band evolved the two original American band members moved on to other interests.
  4. Nov 27,  · Albums came with titles like American though the baked old-school flow on the trippy trap track “Wow” is laugh-out-loud funny. If Vince Staples’ album title suggested a life .
  5. General Commenti think this song is just about being a reject and how hard it is. and how the conformists will try and crush you down no matter what. and its like even though he's big and famous now he still feels like a reject and still "sees eye to eye" with them the key line is "the tired anthem of a loser and a hypocrite" i think. thats what this song is. its this guy who thinks hes a.
  6. "Life On The Edge" () "Evil Woman / Popeye's Drum Solo" [live] () "Too Hot To Stop" () I think this is one of those albums you just had to be there for. It seems most people don't seem to even remember The Rods, and if they do they only seem to remember the "Wild Dogs" album.
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  8. "A Day in the Life" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles that was released as the final track of their album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Credited to Lennon–McCartney, the verses were mainly written by John Lennon, with Paul McCartney primarily contributing the song's middle section.

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