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Rain Down - Curiously Strong Peppermints - Echoes From The Ultraviolet Fuzz (CD, Album)

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  1. Gukasa
    Echoes From the Ultraviolet Fuzz, an album by The Curiously Strong Peppermints on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  2. JoJonos
    Nov 30,  · "Trichotillomania" - The Curiously Strong Peppermints from the album Echoes From The Ultraviolet Fuzz (c) Sunshine Cortex Records Buy the album here: ht.
  3. Shazuru
    Echoes From The Ultraviolet Fuzz Play all. The complete second album by The Curiously Strong Peppermints, a concept album in three acts. The Curiously Strong Peppermints - Rain Down - .
  4. Daigar
    Oct 07,  · referencing Will You Be Staying After Sunday, LP, Album, M/Print, DL According to the Decca Labels Discography, they did record a song called If We Can Make it to Monday. I'm guessing this track was originally intended for the album and was replaced by Pink Lemonade at the last minute/5(71).
  5. Vobei
    The Curiously Strong Peppermints. likes · 6 talking about this. Elliott Smith backed by The Flaming Lips, playing The Beatles backwards?Followers:
  6. Zushura
    Label variant: symbol at the end of the B side label matrix and MCA Pressing Plant, Pinckneyville press. A2 is "Pink Lemonade" on the disc, but the track listing on the back cover incorrectly credits it as "If We Can Make It To Monday".
  7. Zulujar
    Members. Arianna Ulivi: Arianna was born on () 14 October (age 20) and is from Forlì, Italy. Alixia Mistral: Alixia joined the group in June Sofia Casieri: Sofia joined the group in June Past members. Anita Simoncini: Anita was born on () 14 April (age 21) and is from Montegiardino, San bathstiplosidaca.kenlecaponathtyadarcsiphapindeiprob.co is the first Sammarinese artist to represent the country at the Junior.
  8. JoJocage
    The Peppermint Rainbow was an American sunshine pop group from Baltimore, bathstiplosidaca.kenlecaponathtyadarcsiphapindeiprob.co formed in under the name "New York Times", playing to local gigs in the mid-Atlantic states. They were signed to Decca Records in at the behest of talent agent Alan White at Action Talents in NYC, who brought them to New York and showcased them for producer Paul Leka who saw them play and sing.

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