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9 thoughts on “ Pretenders* - Pretenders II (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Aug 11,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Pretenders II on Discogs. Label: Real Records (2) - SRK • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Classic Rock/5().
  2. Original UK Vinyl Album, Pretenders II by The Pretenders, Original Copy, Good Condition, Plays Very Well. Purchased Second Hand By Myself In the s, Picture Sleeve In Fair Condition With Some Wear And Damage to The Top Corner. For multiple orders please request a total and I Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. The Pretenders 3 Vinyl LP Lot- Pretenders, Pretenders II, Get Close VG+/VG+. $ Free shipping. Make Offer - The Pretenders 3 Vinyl LP Lot- Pretenders, Pretenders II, Get Close VG+/VG+. THE PRETENDERS II Vinyl LP Album SRK PROMO. $ +$ shipping. Make Offer - THE PRETENDERS II Vinyl LP Album SRK PROMO. The Pretenders.
  4. Home > VINYL > The Pretenders - Learning to Crawl g LP: Our Price: $ After releasing two records that swept the world by storm (Pretenders and Pretenders II), the group's fortunes reversed after guitarist James Honeyman-Scott was found dead of a drug overdose in Shortly thereafter, founding member Pete Fardon, fired just.
  5. Article properties: Pretenders, The: Pretenders II (LP) Interpret: Pretenders, The ; Album titlle: Pretenders II (LP) Genre Rock ; Year of publication ; Geschwindigkeit 33 U/min ; Vinyl record size LP (12 Inch) Mint (M) Sleeve Grading Near Mint (NM or M-) Artikelart LP ; Label Sire Records ; EAN: ; weight in Kg /10(1).
  6. Format: Vinyl Record LP, Reality Records. UK release from Alternative popular rock music band fronted by singer Chrissie Hynde. Produced by Chris Thomas/5(29).
  7. The Pretenders' debut album was such a powerful, monumental record that its sequel was bound to be a bit of a disappointment, and Pretenders II is. Essentially, this album is an unabashed sequel, offering more of the same sound, attitude, and swagger, including titles that seem like rips on their predecessors and another Ray Davies cover. This gives the record a bit too much of a pat feeling.

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