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Spoon - Can - Spoon (Vinyl)

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  1. SPOON Vinyl Records and CDs The shift in power toward independent alt-rock labels is highlighted by the success of Austin's Spoon. Led by diabolically talented singer-songwriter Britt Daniel and his creative partner Jim Eno (drums), the band made a splash on respected Matador Records before moving to industry powerhouse Elektra, which didn't work out for them.
  2. Collector Spoons Lot States Cities pewter silver plated Vegas, Oregon, Iowa, zoo. $ Newport Oregon Lighthouse Silver Tone Souvenir Collectible Spoon " $ Hawaii Gold Tone and Color Hibiscus Collectible Souvenir Spoon 5 3/8" $
  3. The final track off of Can’s critically acclaimed album “Ege Bamyasi”, previously released as a single. It became a hit in Germany after being used as the theme of a TV thriller mini-series called.
  4. Jun 29,  · On Monday (June 29), Spoon announced their Slay on Cue series, which sees the re-release of their catalog, including their debut album Telephono and Soft Effects EP becoming available individually on vinyl and CD for the first time since their original releases in and '97, respectively.
  5. Description A Newbury Comics exclusive color vinyl pressing. Girls Can Tell was Spoon’s triumphant full-length debut on Merge in ! The stunning followup to ’s A Series of Sneaks, Girls Can Tell sees Britt Daniel developing into one of the most unique voices in rock with a stunning maturity and economy to his songwriting.
  6. Jun 12,  · Titelmelodie aus dem Durbridge Fernsehkrimi "Das Messer". Die B-Seite, Shikako Maru Ten, habe ich ebenfalls gepostet.
  7. Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single. Country: Germany. Released: Genre: Rock, Stage & Screen. Style: Krautrock, Theme, Psychedelic Rock, Avantgarde/5().
  8. Grading: Jacket/Vinyl. Prices are in USD. Shipping is $5 per record, $1 each additional. I have the following for sale: Spoon “Girls Can Tell” ( g reissue) VG+/VG+ Some light scuffs on the record but are very reminiscent of all records that come from RTI. $
  9. Spoon stay in their well-earned lane but tweak the formula just enough on their ninth album, keeping their reliably great songwriting and adding new, electronic textures.

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