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Cavtat

have to wait for at least six months for the single to be released. This is widely considered the greatest business mistake in the history of Yugoslav record publishing. On the same day the band were refused by Diskoton, they signed for Zagreb-based Jugoton. It the beginning the band performed mostly in smaller towns. Soon after Stanković was excluded from the band and Redžić was invited to return to Bijelo dugme. The following 7-inch single, featuring songs "


Ljubljana

for Zagreb-based Jugoton. It the beginning the band performed mostly in smaller towns. Soon after Stanković was excluded from the band and Redžić was invited to return to Bijelo dugme. The following 7-inch single, featuring songs "Glavni junak jedne knjige" (''"The Main Character of A Book"''), with lyrics written by poet Duško Trifunović, and "Bila mama Kukunka, bio tata Taranta" (''"There Was Mommy Kukunka, There Was Daddy Taranta"


Zagreb

to wait for at least six months for the single to be released. This is widely considered the greatest business mistake in the history of Yugoslav record publishing. On the same day the band were refused by Diskoton, they signed for Zagreb-based Jugoton. It the beginning the band performed mostly in smaller towns. Soon after Stanković was excluded from the band and Redžić was invited to return to Bijelo dugme. The following 7-inch single, featuring songs "Glavni


Sheffield

2002). Retrieved on 27 August 2011. Previously, Queen + Paul Rodgers have released a live CD called ''Return of the Champions'' and a DVD of the same name. Both featured recordings from their Sheffield Hallam FM Arena (Sheffield Arena) concert on 9 May 2005. The DVD also features a cover of John Lennon's "Imagine (Imagine (song))" from Hyde Park. A single featuring "Reaching Out" "Tie Your Mother Down" " Fat Bottomed Girls


Liverpool

their first gig at Eric's in February 1979, Jonathan Buckley, Mark Ellingham, Justin Lewis, and Jill Furmanovsky (1996) ''The Rough Guide to Rock'', Rough Guides, ISBN 978-1-85828-201-5 and were signed to the associated Eric's Records label, although their only recording, a three-track 7" EP entitled ''Birth of a Nation'', was released in 1980 by Inevitable Records (a 12-inch single featuring two of the tracks from the EP, "Black Leather" and "Shangri-La", was released in 1985). Gimarc, George (2005) ''Punk Diary: The Ultimate Trainspotter's Guide to Underground Rock 1970–1982'', Backbeat Books, ISBN 0-87930-848-6, p.312 The EP featured "Black Leather", which halfway through turned into K.C. & the Sunshine Band's "That's the Way" (a song later revived by Dead or Alive). birth_date Commons:category:Liverpool Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Merseyside Liverpool Wikipedia:Liverpool


Republic of Ireland

album, ''What's Confusing You?'' Over the years, they have supported Public Enemy (Public Enemy (band)), The Street, Gang Starr, De La Soul, Jurassic 5, Wyclef Jean, Buck 65, The Pharcyde, El-P, Jeru The Damaja and others. In March 2006, they released a 12" single featuring New York rapper C-Rayz Walz, entitled "When The Bull Gores The Matador", on their own label, Inaudible Records. This was followed in September 2006 by the release of "


Netherlands

brochure, published by PIAS Germany Disconnected, November 2001 On September 24, PIAS released a maxi CD featuring "Androgyny", Felix da Housecat and the Architech's remixes of "Androgyny", and "Begging Bone" across Europe. In some countries such as Netherlands and Italy, PIAS also issued a two-track CD single featuring the Felix da Housecat remix on the b-side; PIAS France imported the 12" single from the UK to distribute to national music

with fellow Fat Possum artist The Black Keys. In 2006 Stardumb Records, a record label based out of the Netherlands, released a 7" single (single (music)) featuring three songs taken from the Fat Possum album.a Dance''''' is the second studio album of the Netherlands Dutch band The Gathering (The Gathering (band)), released in 1993 by Foundation 2000. '''''Nighttime Birds''''' is the fourth full


Boston

. Morton then also left Harvard without graduating. Later reformations and versions of the band In the 1980s, Dodd and Tamblyn rejoined Valentino to perform a few shows with the likes of The Fleshtones. In the late 1980s, the Standells, with Valentino and Tamblyn, recorded and released an independent single featuring Tamblyn singing "60's Band" on the A-side and Valentino singing "Try It" for the B-side. In 1999, the Standells


Brazil

They Come", as a b-side (A-side and B-side) to his single featuring "Run, Rudolph, Run," written by Chuck Berry, in 1978. It has also been covered by Madness (Madness (band)) (1992), ref name "Strong2006">


Canada

. The song was originally supposed to release in Canada and the U.S. only, however Maverick Records released the single worldwide. The song became an instant hit worldwide, peaking at number six on the Hot 100 and 20 in Canada. The song also peaked at number four in Australia and 25 in New Zealand. A music video shot for the single, featuring Morissette in a desert. The song won two Grammy Awards. * "Hand In My Pocket" was released as the album's second single from

and sales In Canada, the "official" Hampster Dance song was released as a single, featuring a trance (Trance music) music backing. The video was declared worst or cheesiest video of the year by MuchMusic in the one-hour special ''Fromage 2001 (Fromage)''. It stayed for two weeks in the Canadian Top 40, peaking at #32.


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