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The Kids Are Alright - The Glitter Band - Greatest Hits Live! (CD)

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  • Mele
    says:
    The Glitter Band discography and songs: Music profile for The Glitter Band, formed Genres: Glam Rock, Disco, Pop Rock. Albums include Disco Discharge. Classic Disco, Hey!, and Angel Face / You Wouldn't Leave Me, Would You?.
  • Mazukasa
    says:
    Fleetwood Mac - Collection Hits (4CD) () VA - Collection Of World Hits () Gary Glitter - The Ultimate Gary Glitter 25 Years Of Hits [2CD] () Showaddywaddy - Collection Hits (2CD) () The Glitter Band feat. Gary Glitter - Let's Get Together Again ().
  • Akinogor
    says:
    The Kids Are Alright is a soundtrack album by the British rock band The Who, a companion to the band's documentary film of the same name. As compilation album, it serves as a retrospective look at the band's biggest hits throughout their career to the point it was released.
  • Goltisida
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    The Glitter Band – zespół towarzyszący Gary’emu Glitterowi, powstały w roku. Znany początkowo jako Glittermen, składał się z współpracującego już wcześniej z Mikiem Leanderem i Garym Glitterem saksofonisty Johna Rossalla, Johna Springate’a grającego na gitarze basowej i śpiewającego gitarzysty Gerry’ego Sheparda (ur. 28 grudnia , zm.
  • Mekora
    says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Re-recordings CD release of Greatest Hits on Discogs. Mud, The Glitter Band ‎– Greatest Hits Label: Classic Popular ‎– CDCD Format: CD, Compilation, Re-recordings. Country: UK Released:
  • Dole
    says:
    May 30,  · Live Fashion Learning Spotlight ° Video Browse channels The Glitter Band - SHE WAS ALRIGHT by Heideboy Glitter Band - I Can Hear Music by bside
  • Vudokinos
    says:
    It was released on June 23, in the US (MCA2 ) and as an edited CD (MCA MCAD), and as a remastered and restored CD in (MCA ). The Kids Are Alright was reissued on gram vinyl in as The Who’s contribution to Record Store Day.
  • Zolonris
    says:
    Key figures of the British Invasion, the mid-'60s mod movement, and '70s arena rock, the Who were an undeniably powerful sonic force. They exploded conventional rock and R&B structures with Townshend's furious guitar chords, Entwistle's hyperactive basslines, and Moon's vigorous, seemingly chaotic drumming. Unlike most rock bands, the Who based their rhythm on Townshend's guitar, letting Moon.
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