Originally Released

Some articles on originally released, released:

Bellavista Terrace: Best Of The Go-Betweens - Track Listing
... Was There Anything I Could Do?" (1988) – 309 Originally released on 16 Lovers Lane "Head Full of Steam" (1986) – 341 Originally released on Liberty Belle and the Black Diamond ...
Lou Monte - Discography - CDs
... Album "Songs For Pizza Lovers" was originally released in 1958 as RCA 1877) (The Album " Lou Monte Sings for You" was originally released in 1958 as RCA 1651) (Bonus Tracks ... Brown’s Donkey (never before released) Darktown Disco The Sheik Disco In My Own Little Way Plus 6 more tracks of outtakes ...
Live Three
... This album was later released as part of Coil's box set The Key To Joy Is Disobedience ... "Amethyst Deceivers" was originally released on Autumn Equinox in its studio form ... "Slur" was originally released in studio form on Horse Rotorvator ...
Shipwrecked In Oslo - Track Listing
... Noise Monster" "Reflections" "Raudt Og Svart" Tracks 5,7,11,14 originally released on the album "La Masquerade Infernale" (1997) Track 6 originally released on the album "Disguised Masters" (1999 ...
Live And Rare (Jane's Addiction Album) - Track Sources
... Tracks 1-2 were originally released as b-sides to "Been Caught Stealing" ... Anson Ford Theater in Los Angeles, CA, and was originally released as a b-side to "Been Caught Stealing" and "Classic Girl" ... at the Rivera Theatre in Chicago, IL, and was originally released on The Shocking EP ...

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