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Welcome Tourists - Robert Jan Stips - U.P. (Cassette, Album)

| 03.11.2019

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  • Moogular says:
    Get this from a library! Tourist season. [Carl Hiaasen; Lynn Lauber; Edward Asner] -- Reporter turned private eye, Brian Keyes, investigates two murders in Miami, which leads him to deal with football players, politicians, police, and anti-development fanatics.
  • Zulunris says:
    The Tourists were a typical British post-punk power-pop group by the evidence of their U.K.-only debut album, The Tourists. Chiming guitars, quickstep martial beats (sometimes borrowing from Bo Diddley or the Ronettes), and the odd rude or belligerent remark ("Nothing means nothing to me," snarled in the first single, "Blind Among the Flowers") placed them in the era of punk hangover when.
  • Meziran says:
    Track 11 & Not available on any LP/MC or CD. Made in Holland Main artist as on sleeve, artist on label is 'Robert Jan Stips'.3/5(1).
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  • Nikoll says:
    Essential album from the most under-rated band of the 70s, if not -- dare I say it -- of all time. Annie Lennox's voice just soars through out. They had modest success in the UK and but barely dented the US music audience. This collection is a chock full of the best of the band. No fillers/5(45).
  • Kazishakar says:
    Essential album from the most under-rated band of the 70s, if not -- dare I say it -- of all time. Annie Lennox's voice just soars through out. They had modest success in the UK and but barely dented the US music audience. This collection is a chock full of the best of the band. No fillers/5(44).
  • Tum says:
    The big problem for me was to learn about the individual projects featuring Nits members in whatever form. Since I could not make short trips to the Netherlands, I have managed, o.
  • Bragrel says:
    The Tourists is the debut album from the British band The Tourists, released in The album peaked at #72 in the UK Albums Chart.. Two singles were released from the album. "Blind Among the Flowers" peaked at #52 in the UK Singles Chart, and "The Loneliest Man in the World" peaked at # The album has never been issued on compact disc but some tracks can be found on the various.

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