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I Love Marie - The Easybeats - Friends (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Label: CBS - CBS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Repress • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Art Rock. Sitemap Todesstille - Moloch (4) - Verwüstung (CD, Album), Darxid - Bass Operators First Decade (Vinyl, Album), Tuore Veri, Prenda De Alma - Los Lobos - By The Light Of The Moon (Vinyl, LP, Album), Interview / Uhh Ahh - Bell Biv Devoe - WBBD - .
  2. THE EASYBEATS Vinyl Records and CDs: Australian rock and roll band, formed in Sydney in late , relocated to London, England, in late They disbanded at the end of In they reunited for a national reunion tour. The Easybeats Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results.
  3. List of EP, with selected chart positions and certifications Title Album details Peak chart positions AUS; She's So Fine: Released: October ; Label: Parlophone Records (GEPO ) Format: Vinyl Easy As Can Be.
  4. Apr 04,  · The Easybeats: Album by Album Thread. Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by paulisdead, Apr 3, Some of the tracks from this session later turned up on the notorious vinyl bootleg Steady On. Side One Steady On I Believe In You Mama I’m In Love With You 'Wedding Ring' didn't make it's LP debut until their 2nd album It's 2 Easy.
  5. Friends is the sixth and final studio album by Australian rock band the Easybeats. It was released in late as part of the group's new recording contract with Polydor Records. It would be the only album Polydor released of the band as they broke up before its release.
  6. The Easybeats were such a fantastic group it is hard to believe that they left the music world with such a whimper. Aside from a few good tracks ("St. Louis," "Can't Find Love" and "Watching the World (Go By)") and the absolutely great "Rock n Roll Boogie," the material on this album is half-baked and usually half-finished.3/5(1).
  7. The Easybeats were such a fantastic group it is hard to believe that they left the music world with such a whimper. Aside from a few good tracks ("St. Louis," "Can't Find Love" and "Watching the World (Go By)") and the absolutely great "Rock n Roll Boogie," the material on this album is half-baked and usually half-finished.

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