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  1. Just Another Teenage Anthem: – The Diodes: Red Rubber Ball: – The Only Ones: Another Girl, Another Planet: – Masterswitch: Action Replay: – The Vibrators: Judy Says (Knock You In The Head) – The Only Ones: Lovers of Today: – The Spikes (5) High Heel, Big Deal: /5(20).
  2. Vinyls represent one of many different cosmetic options in Anthem. They can be acquired through different means and are classified as decals, graphics, or wraps. They can be seen as some sort of "sticker" put on top of your javelin (imagine rally-stripes) and are therefore not customizable in terms of color, size or position. They are displayed always on top of your chosen armor textures.
  3. Dec 16,  · The iconic 70's album having now reached triple platinum status and the second biggest selling album for this superb Canadian trio. For me every rock fan should have at least 4 Rush albums in their collection and this has to be one of the 4! Accompanied by Moving Pictures, Permanent Waves and Hemispheres/5(1).
  4. The original line-up consisted of Ian Page (vocals, keyboards, trumpet), Dave Cairns (guitar), Seb Shelton (drums), Dennis Smith (bass). Page and Cairns had already worked together in the New Hearts and released two singles (Just Another Teenage Anthem and Plain Jane on CBS records in 19respectively) without success.
  5. Aug 09,  · The DJ, Annie Nightingale, then said she had just played the new single by R.E.M. that had been requested by someone from somewhere I’ve forgotten. I hadn’t quite caught the name of the song but assumed it was called And I Feel Fine. A couple of months later and I hear another song by R.E.M. on the radio.
  6. Jan 31,  · 1. Just Another Teenage Anthem - The New Hearts 2. The Fashion Plague - The Exits 3. I Can't Resist - The Reaction 4. All The Sounds Of Fear (Demo) - Strangeways 5. Sema 4 Messages - Sema 4 6. No Survivors - Speedball 7. See Saw - The Jolt 8. They're Back Again, Here They Come - The Cigarettes 9. Why Shouldn't It Happen To Me - The Killermeters
  7. It is Morissette’s first studio album in eight years, following ’s Havoc and Bright Lights. The album was preceded by the singles “Reasons I Drink” and “Smiling”, the latter being a new song written for the Jagged Little Pill stage musical.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Permanent Wave on Discogs. Label: Epic - JE • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, New Wave/5(7).

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