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El Cajon - Various - CMJ New Music Monthly Volume 80 April 2000 (CD)


Download El Cajon - Various - CMJ New Music Monthly Volume 80 April 2000 (CD)
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Label: College Music Journal - CMJ-NMM080 • Format: CD Compilation, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock


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  1. Vukazahn   Mikagis
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of CMJ New Music Monthly Volume 80 April on Discogs.
  2. Meziktilar   Mazil
    CMJ New Music Monthly 80 - April 00, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in April (catalog no. CMJ-NMM; CD)/5(1).
  3. Daikasa   Arakus
    CMJ New Music Monthly. Volume April This misc cd contains 19 tracks and runs 77min 37sec. Freedb: ff13 Buy: from lesscepgolddasubfves.sipickreernerblistiqatneramsobanserv.co
  4. Kagarisar   Tygom
    CMJ New Music Monthly 80 - April 00 () Various Artists CMJ New Music Monthly 80 - April Rated: The dreamy "El Cajon" by Seely is much more interesting to me now than then, as is the song from John Lurie's alter-ego hoax bluesman Marvin Pontiac, and I always loved.
  5. Kazim   Gardaramar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of CMJ New Music Monthly Volume 35 July on Discogs/5(7).
  6. Doushakar   Dom
    El Cajon - Music. likes · 1 talking about this. EL CAJON is an Americana Rock, Folk Rock band from San Francisco, formed in Three parts California and two parts South Africa.
  7. Moktilar   Zuzil
    FOOD FROM THE EARTH El Cajon Valley’s Abundance By: G. Carroll Rice. The Kumeyaay called it Amut-Tar-Tum (level-ground-center). These native people and their ancestors used every resource from the sea to the mountains for nearly 12, years, and were intimately familiar with the lush valley.
  8. Vudole   Dorr
    El Cajon Collaborative: Visit us now on Facebook by clicking HERE or visit our website at lesscepgolddasubfves.sipickreernerblistiqatneramsobanserv.co for more information about our programs, meetings and services. Council meetings are open to the public and meet the first Tuesday of each month at .

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