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8 thoughts on “ Barry Adamson • Anita Lane And The Thought System Of Love - These Boots Are Made For Walking (Vinyl)

  • Brasida
    04.09.2019 at 04:10
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    Barry Adamson • Anita Lane and The Thought System Of Love: Barry Adamson • Anita Lane and The Thought System Of Love - These Boots Are Made For Walking ‎ (12") Mute, Mute, Mute: INT , 12 MUTE , 12MUTE Germany: Sell This Version4/5(2). Reply
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  • Gardahn
    04.09.2019 at 10:57
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    Jan 10,  · Barry Adamson, Anita Lane & The Thought System Of Love – These Boots Were Made For Walking (Mute Records single, ) Posted on January 10, by harrowroad Reply. Reply
  • Vijin
    28.08.2019 at 08:13
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    Barry Adamson was born on 11 June and raised in Moss Side, Manchester, and was bass player in post punk band, Magazine between and He then went on to become a founder member of Nick Cave's illustrious Bad Seeds in Reply
  • Dozil
    02.09.2019 at 10:52
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    Barry Adamson, Anita Lane & The Thought System Of Love – These Boots Were Made For Walking (Mute Records single, ) Posted on January 10, by harrowroad Reply. Reply
  • Gardazilkree
    03.09.2019 at 11:49
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of These Boots Are Made For Walking on Discogs. Label: Mute - P12 MUTE • Format: Vinyl 12 Barry Adamson • Anita Lane And The Thought System Of Love - These Boots Are Made For Walking (, Vinyl) | Discogs5/5(1). Reply
  • Kagazil
    29.08.2019 at 14:36
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    Lane and Adamson duet on a cover version of Lee Hazlewood's "These Boots Were Made for Walking". In May Guy Blackman of The Age felt the album was under-appreciated, it was "a classic of suggestive orchestral pop. It should have set the world alight, but didn't". Cover versions. Reply

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