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The Dentists - Deep Six (CD, Album)

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  1. They did their best, but the Deep Six montage couldn't save everyone, there were casualties. Guns N' Roses released too many albums, Nickelback happened, Bon Jovi lived. Not all was lost however, as the seeds for music prosperity were sown with this collaboration.-Review-The production on Deep Six is .
  2. Nov 16,  · The melodic and stunning debut hangpeprabackpomno.paymangbowestwebdobulocsiralarri.infoinfo Deep six were a talented 60s folk & pop rock group. This is a truly great album, that if it was promoted well, it might have been a big hit.
  3. The Dentists: Deep Six ‎ (CD, Album) EastWest Records America: Germany: Sell This Version: The Dentists: Deep Six /5(6).
  4. The answer has been more fun and more music -- Doodoo Wah And Then Some, released in , Doodoo Wah LIVE!, which came out in , and their fifth CD, called Doodoo Wah , in , and in their sixth, called Deep Six. The "Live" album is sold out, but all of the others are still available at the drastically reduced price.
  5. Listen free to Various Artists – Deep Six. The Deep Six compilation was released March (catalog# CZ). It was the very first release by C/Z Records, a few months before the release of "Sub Pop " from Sub Pop Records. It was also arguably the first record to influence the later "Seattle sound" that would be known worldwide as grunge with trucks from early bands from the area, such.
  6. Wood - Vox, lyrics, electronic sounds Discography: Due to Bastard Noise's extensive catalog, only releases on or distributed by Deep Six Records are listed. Split LP with Endless Blockade, The Red List, Deep Six Records ; A Culture Of Monsters (Album) Deep Six Records ; Skulldozer (LP and CD) Deep Six Records
  7. Jul 02,  · The debut album from The Dentists. Produced by Allan Crockford & The Dentists. Tracklist: 1. Flowers Around Me 2. I'm Not The Devil 3. Tony Bastable V John Noakes 4. You Make Me Say.
  8. A second album, Deep Six was recorded in early and produced by Wharton Tiers, but it failed to sell, and the band parted company with Eastwest. A demo of new songs was recorded in France, produced by Mike Hedges but Collins left the band shortly afterwards, their final appearance coming at the CMJ Music Marathon in New York City.

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