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The Hollow Earth - Pere Ubu - The Tenement Year (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Tak
    Album The Tenement Year. The Tenement Year Pere Ubu. 2. George Had a Hat 3. Talk to Me The Hollow Earth We Have the Technology.
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  2. Tajas
    Artist: Pere UbuTitle: Tenement YearProduct Type: COMPACT DISCSTracks Something's Gotta Give George Had a Hat Talk to Me Busman's Honeymoon Say Goodbye Universal Vibration Miss You Dream the Moon Rhythm King Thunder in the Mix The Hollow Earth We Have the Technology 1.
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  3. Tojagal
    Pere Ubu. Pere Ubu is an experimental rock music group formed in Cleveland, Ohio, in Despite many long-term band members, singer David Thomas is the only constant. The group is named after Père Ubu ("father Ubu"), the protagonist of Ubu Roi ("Ubu, .
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  4. Tojajin
    The Tenement Year is Pere Ubu 's first album after reuniting (following their break-up), and sixth overall.
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  5. Tojazuru
    Album The Tenement Year. Say Goodbye Lyrics. The Tenement Year Pere Ubu. 2. George Had a Hat The Hollow Earth We Have the Technology.
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  6. Gardakazahn
    A. The Tenement Year is the sixth studio album by American rock band Pere Ubu, and their first album after reuniting following their break-up. 'Classic lineup' members Tony Maimone and Allen Ravenstine, along with fellow Cleveland scenester Jim Jones and Henry Cow percussionist Chris Cutler found themselves playing with David Thomas for his album Blame the Messenger, and, .
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  7. Meztigul
    In retrospect, The Tenement Year was clearly a transitional album for Pere Ubu. Reuniting with his band after a six-year hiatus, leader David Thomas is still hip-deep in post-industrial weirdness: Whether celebrating the existential dependability of fashion head wear, observing that the zoo is a bad place for bears and penguins, or expressing cautious optimism about technology, Thomas always sounds Price: $
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  8. Mikanris
    30 Years On: Pere Ubu's The Tenement Year RevisitedSean Kitching, May 8th, Critics tend to gravitate towards Pere Ubu's earlier post-punk material, but Sean Kitching has equal affection for their first 'pop' album. I remember buying The Tenement Year on cassette in Canterbury city centre in , along with Loaded by the Velvet Underground and a bottle of red label Thunderbird.
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