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Turtles Have Short Legs - Can - Radio Waves (Vinyl, LP)

8 Reply to “ Turtles Have Short Legs - Can - Radio Waves (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Telmaran says:
    Jun 24,  · There was also a 12" single of "Turtles Have Short Legs" released by Cherry Red in the early 80s. It was the B-Side of Moonshake. I remember the sound being really good on .
  2. Mucage says:
    Radio waves have the longest wavelengths out of all known waves in the electromagnetic spectrum, and can range from the length of a football to more than the diameter of Earth. A radio works by converting a specific wavelength (which can be adjusted by the user by changing the station) into vibrations, generating sound from the speakers.
  3. Sataur says:
    Jun 23,  · I have a mixture of the derided remasters that i traded the old Spoon cd's in for (oops), a few of the later albums still on Spoon (saw delight, can and flow motion), amazing sounding original uk united artists vinyl of ege bamyasi and soon over babaluma and a nice spoon re-issue vinyl .
  4. Dasar says:
    Turtles Have Short Legs (non-LP B-side of single Halleluwah, ) - Shikaku Maru Ten (non-LP B-side of single Spoon, ) - Mediafire. Postado por Marcia Tunes às Enviar por e-mail BlogThis! Compartilhar no Twitter Compartilhar no Facebook Compartilhar com o Pinterest. Can - Radio Waves (Germany, Krautrock.
  5. Mezigar says:
    Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Radio Waves at fronathirdasunviticbattblogcommmomy.coinfo Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.
  6. Nektilar says:
    Mar 16,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Can -Turtles Have Short Legs YouTube; Can - Halleluwah - Duration: naujallidap , views. Can Missing: Radio Waves.
  7. Gobar says:
    Also, Radio Waves includes some rare non-album tracks ("Shikaro Maru Ten" and "Turtles Have Short Legs") which are excellent songs were quite obviously taken from vinyl sources. The only real track left unlistenable from the poor sound quality is the alternate version of "Little Star of Bethlehem" which sounds as if it has been sped up an octave/5(5).
  8. Voodoozshura says:
    Strange, never-before-seen circles of radio waves have been discovered in space. Researchers in Australia say what is producing the "odd radio circles"—or ORCs—is unknown. The team, led by Ray.

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