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  • 01. 50:50
    02. The Change
    03. Interlude
    04. Landslide
    05. Echoplay
    06. Sex Without Gravity
    07. There Was No Time
    08. Clint
    09. Alice (Isn't Playing)
    10. 3 Lines
    11. Imagination
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    SAD LOVERS AND GIANTS

    In The Breeze

    [engl] Best kept secret of the British early post-punk, fans of Joy Division and The Sound have to listen to Sad Lovers. This beautiful collection of their early recordings, demos, alternate version and peel sessions originally came out in 1984
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    09.11.2019
     

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