Related Music albums to Return OF THE Drums Rare 1 Track Promo CD by Robert Pollard
Complete your The Durutti Column collection. There are two versions of this album.
Rare Tracks Volume 1 by Rogue Element & Solo, released 01 February 1999 1. Sharp Blue (Sample) 2. La Grange Point (Sample) 3. Galgate (Sample) 4. Emerald Shard (Sample) 5. Shallow Bay Events (Sample) 6. Reflections of the Mews (Sample) Note: This is a 6 track album, around 60 mins in length. Only track samples are viewable - the full album tracks will appear as a bonus when you purchase the album (which is why it says 12 tracks not 6). Cover artwork is included. Archive works, remastered from DAT, recorded between 1994 and 1999. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. CDR. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. CDR with artwork and on-disc printing.
Artist: Robert Pollard. Album: Blazing Gentlemen. Tracklist: 01 – Magic Man Hype 02 – Blazing Gentlemen 03 – Red Flag Down 04 – Storm Center Level Seven 05 – Return of the Drums 06 – Picadilly Man 07 – Professional Goose Trainer 08 – Extra Fool’s Day 09 – 1000 Royalty Street 10 – My Museum Needs An Elevator 11 – Tonight’s The Rodeo 12 – Tea People 13 – Faking the Boy Scouts 14 – Triple Sec Venus 15 – This. FLAC (227 mb): hitfile: download. Previously on NewAlbumReleases
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The Sound of Drums is a double album by Australian electronic rock band Rogue Traders, including their debut compilation album The Greatest Hits and the fourth studio album Night of the Living Drums. The album did not chart in Australia. The album's title is a reference to the Doctor Who episode of the same name, which featured "Voodoo Child" prominently.