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Not All - Not Wonk - Laughing Nerds And A Wallflower (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Sep 4, - Explore LowerMacLibrary's board "New CDs" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Songs, Album covers and Baby lullabies pins.
  2. It's a Wonderful Laugh is a comedy album by The Bob & Tom Show, which was first released in December It is a double disc CD which represents original material recorded during their syndicated, daily radio show and other studio numbers which had not been previously presented on air. Track listings. Disc One; No.
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  6. Some well-meaning advice here, but really all you need to know is this: For US and UK pressings: If the inside cover lists the Pink Floyd members (in addition to "Written by Roger Waters"), then it is not a first issue; if it doesnt list the members of Pink Floyd but just says "Words and Music Roger Waters", then it is a first issue.. For other countries, there are other things to look out for.
  7. “Vinyl LP pressing. release. Recorded at Los Angeles’ Sargent Studios, the album sees Wallows reunited with Grammy award-winning producer John Congleton (St. Vincent, Alvvays, Future Islands) and captures the band’s journey towards adulthood through 11 intimate, introspective tracks.”.
  8. Mar 16,  · Not Wonk - Laughing Nerds And A Wallflower LP This is one of a handful of LPs that I bought in Japan. While I always want to buy vinyl, the fact of the matter is that most of the Japanese albums that I wanted to pick up were only released on CD. Hey, it beats cassettes, but it still is most rewarding to be able to find something on vinyl.

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