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  1. ... to another acts music - even though they still are. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pan%27s_People The old idea of music company...

    5 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 18/09/2019

  2. I personally think he wanted to have a Japanese based album. Plus it was released in Japan much earlier than in the US. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jay_Love_Japan

    4 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 18/09/2019

  3. ... also used in music terminology in English language. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phrase_(music) It's not explicitly a sentence, by...

    3 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 18/08/2019

  4. The Oak Ridge Boys "Fancy Free" (1981) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Fancy_Free_(The_Oak_Ridge_Boys_album)_cover_art.jpg

    1 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 20/06/2019

  5. I'm awaiting the release of this album with arms wide open. TBH I think it'll be the next Nevermind or even the 21st century's Sgt. Pepper

    7 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 25/06/2019

  6. It's the major labels that are sole providers of mainstream today. 99% Of the Rock world wants nothing to do with that side of the industry that has historically screwed over artists for decades and those pitiful few that do couldn...

    6 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 04/06/2019

  7. ...free, but basic - however it is improving. https://musescore.org/en Garageband - TONS of features, but apple only. Doesn...

    1 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 20/05/2019

  8. ...-A-C). You may also see for yourself (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/21_Guns_(song)#Background_and_composition). ...

    5 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 13/05/2019

  9. ...point to dub reggae toasters as being a big influence. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deejay_(Jamaican)

    5 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 24/01/2019

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