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Waiting For The End - Pins - Girls Like Us (Vinyl, LP, Album, Album)

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  1. Is This Offensive And Loud? by Nat Vazer, released 1. Like Demi 2. For A Moment 3. Higher Places 4. Better Now 5. Grateful 6. Mother 7. Floating On A Highway 8. Holding On 9. Sunlight.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Pins - Girls Like Us at Discogs. Complete your Pins collection.4/5(38).
  3. Bij het beluisteren van Girls Like Us gaan de gedachten vroeger of later ook zeker uit naar die jaren en bands als Siouxsie & The Banshees, Au Pairs, Delta 5 en Allez Allez. PINS bedient zich van een lekker ruimtelijk geluid, scherpe gitaren en een ronkende bas. Nachtmuziek uit de grote stad.
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  5. Waiting for the Sun is now my favorite album. The Doors are the BAND and Jim is the MAN! Received it on Saturday, it made me sing, dance, laugh and brought back memories of the best 60s music of all time. With music like this you never feel too old to enjoy Rock and Roll that gives you a sense of better days gone by. Amazing!/5().
  6. debut album from manchester based band PINS. the self-produced album was recorded in seven days at Liverpool's Parr Street Studios, which was chosen for it's wealth of analogue equipment. 1. It's On. 2. Girls Like Us. 3. Mad For You. 4. Get With Me. 5. Play With Fire. 6. I Want It All. 7. Waiting For The End. 8. Howlin' 9. Lost Lost Lost.
  7. Linkin Park "Waiting For The End": Yeah! Yo! Chester Bennington said in an interview for MTV News that this song and "Iridescent" were his favourite on the album. He added, "I like the summertime vibe of 'Waiting' and I like the lyrical content of it all, and the dynamic, too.".
  8. Sep 30,  · Although the majority of Manchester’s recent breakout bands have been cloaked in a futuristic swathe of electronica, heavy bass and samples, the arrival of PINS on the live scene back in was a definitive and standout shot in the arm for the city’s live scene. Sneering, immediately identifiable and possessing an incredible, fizzing chemistry within their sound, they immediately .
  9. was a banner year for female-driven British indie acts: Savages dominated the first half of the year with their fierce yet cerebral debut, and a few months later PINS delivered Girls Like chromgotoromacanrecompmitniberti.coinfo that the two bands had much in common besides their timing and gender: PINS take a slower-burning, less arty approach with roots in garage rock and the rawer side of indie, and Girls Like Us 7/

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