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XTC Discography - Compilations, Instrumentals, Demos, Live and Tribute Albums (with Chart Position)
... Buffet Rare Cuts and Leftovers - Virgin Records B-sides, BBC sessions, Soundtrack Contributions 1992 BBC Radio 1 Live in Concert - Windsong International Records Live Recording ...
BBC Sessions And Other Polished Turds
... BBC Sessions and Other Polished Turds is a compilation album by The Vandals, released August 12, 2008 by Kung Fu Records ... from compilations and out-of-print singles, as well as five songs recorded during various sessions at the BBC ... The BBC sessions include performances of "My Neck, My Back" from the band's album Hollywood Potato Chip and "Canine Euthanasia" from The Quickening ...
Johnny The Fox - Remastered Edition - Disc Two
... Remixed version) "Johnny" (Remixed version) "Don't Believe a Word" (BBC Sessions 11/10/1976) "Johnny the Fox Meets Jimmy the Weed" (BBC Sessions 11/10/1976) "Fools Gold" (BBC Sessions 11/10/1976) "Johnny" (BBC ...
Somethin' Else (Eddie Cochran Song) - Cover Versions - Led Zeppelin Version
... Song by Led Zeppelin from the album BBC Sessions Released 11 November 1997 Recorded 16 June 1969 Genre Hard rock, heavy metal, blues rock Length 206 Label Atlantic Writer ... It was ultimately released on their 1997 album, BBC Sessions and their 2003 Led Zeppelin DVD ...
BBC Sessions (Led Zeppelin Album)
... BBC Sessions is a compilation album featuring studio sessions and a live concert recorded by English rock group Led Zeppelin for the BBC ... Disc 1 consists of material from four different 1969 BBC sessions ... to edit some of the songs and drop others that were recorded for the BBC ...

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