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Two Blue Apes – Kings. Label: Neferiu Records – NEF145.
Ugly Beautiful Instrumentals.
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Neferiu Records - Kings EP - 01 Caged Royalty on Display. mp3 1 MB. Neferiu Records - Kings EP - 02 Blues for a King. mp3 5 MB. Neferiu Records - Kings EP - 03 LP's for Poor Folk. mp3 4 MB. Neferiu Records - Kings EP - 04 Mandrake's Waltz. mp3 2 MB. Neferiu Records - Kings EP - 05 Non Fiction. mp3 3 MB. Neferiu Records - Kings EP - 06 Soma. Neferiu Records - Kings EP - 07 Greens. Neferiu Records - Kings EP - 08 Shark Sleeper. Neferiu Records - Kings EP - 09 Outro.
Heavy Metal Kings is the self-titled debut album by underground hip hop duo Heavy Metal Kings. Ill Bill and Vinnie Paz have since combined forces to form a group of the same name, "Heavy Metal Kings," and record a full self-titled album to be released April 5, 2011 through Enemy Soil/Uncle Howie. Keeper Of The Seven Keys" produced by up and coming producer, C-Lance, is the first track from the new Heavy Metal Kings album
The third and final Pink Fairies studio album, Kings of Oblivion, welcomed guitarist Larry Wallis to the brew, bringing with him some of the band's most remarkable - and concise - material yet. The opening "City Kids," famously recut by Motörhead during Wallis' sojourn with that band, is as dynamic an opener as the Pink Fairies ever had, while the album's two epics, "I Wish I Was a Girl" and "Street Urchin," similarly catch the band as they made a sharp turn away from the rockin' riff jam basics that scarred their second LP, What. This includes two versions of the loping "Well Well Well" and the country rock-ish "Hold On" dating from 1972, and a single cut with Wallis' short-lived predecessor, Mick Wayne, and it's gratifying to have them on CD at last.
Gipsy Kings is the third album by the French Rumba Catalana band Gipsy Kings, which was released in 1987. The album was their first to reach a worldwide audience, going gold across France, the UK, USA and other countries. The Japanese version released in 1995 includes an alternate version of "Vamos A Bailar" from their latest albums
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- Featuring [Special Guest Appearance] – Professor Mandrake
- Music By [Beats] – The Dirty Sample
- Vocals – Apeface , Lord Marbury