Title: The Apples
Style: Downtempo, Indie Rock
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FLAC size: 1680 mb | MP3 size: 1324 mb | WMA size: 1101 mb
Silver Apples is the debut studio album by the American psychedelic band Silver Apples. It was released in 1968 by record label Kapp. Silver Apples was released in June 1968 by record label Kapp. It was the band's most successful original album, reaching 193 on the Billboard 200. The album was re-released in 1997 by MCA Records and was compiled with the band's second album, Contact.
The Apples updated their cover photo. 8 April 2018 ·. All you Funkateers all over the world: Get yourself a Record Store Day present! The Apples. 26 May at 23:44 ·. Meet Shahaf Ram. He is the amazing illustrator behind the cover art of our DRAGONZ album. il. ar. 0,7340,L-3762615,00.
Jeff Conner They're been bringing the funk for so long, what a gift. The concept of a vocal album was implemented on non-vocalist songs as well, treating the omnipresent turntables’ sample work not as the central element to the band, but rather its frontman. Though containing disparate influences, guests and production methods, ‘Dragonz’ is undeniably Apples, might be their most focused LP to date, and it is certainly their most middle-eastern. Elements of the region's indigenous genres have always been present in the band’s work, but never has their influence been as pronounced.
Apples is a 1989 album by Ian Dury, it was the soundtrack to his short-lived stage-show of same name though it was recorded before the show opened, it contains twelve of the twenty tracks from the show. The album was reissued on 31 October by Edsel.
Stolen Apples (album), Stolen Apples is the twenty fifth album by Australian singer-songwriter Paul Kelly1 and was released in July 2007 on EMI Music The album is Kelly. Zuel, Bernard 7 July 2007 "Stolen Apples" The Sydney Morning Herald Retrieved 27 September 2015. Apter, Jeff 10 July 2007 "Paul Kelly" Rave Magazine Colin Rankin Archived from the original on 11 February 2012 Retrieved 27 September 2015. Lynch, Sean "Paul Kelly: Stolen Apples" Web Wombat Retrieved 17 February 2012.
It is the first time in the series that Big McIntosh clearly sings, as confirmed by his voice actor, Peter New. This song serves as the second track on the album Songs of Ponyville
|4||Eye Wonder (Extended Version)||8:08|
|5||Beautiful People (Extended Version)||6:59|
- Producer – The Apples
- Written-By – Callum McNair, Ian Stoddart, Willy Perry