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8 thoughts on “ Alone - The Monn Keys* - Radio Luxembourg (Vinyl)

  1. The UK Singles Chart (currently entitled Official Singles Chart) is compiled by the Official Charts Company (OCC), on behalf of the British record industry, listing the top-selling singles in the United Kingdom, based upon physical sales, paid-for downloads and bestbardmybidesgudouggaconrekabwads.coinfo Official Chart, broadcast on BBC Radio 1 and MTV (Official UK Top 40), is the UK music industry's .
  2. Monn Keys: Radio Luxembourg Top 20 Series No. 2: Triola: TNEP $ dk: pink/white lbl/laminated flipback slv: vg+/vg++: Monn Keys: Radio Luxembourg Top 20 Series No. 3: Triola: TNEP $ dk: pink/white lbl/laminated flipback slv: vg+/vg++: Monn Keys: Radio Luxembourg Top 20 Series No. 3: Triola: TNEP $ dk: pink.
  3. In September , TheSpace and JohnPeelArchive websites launched a new Record Boxes series, featuring selections from John Peel’s record collection by key music figures. The series is unrelated to John Peel's Record Box, a wooden box of favourite singles that became the subject of a TV documentary in , or the Peel's Record Box monthly lists of current favourite .
  4. Show Name John Peel Show; Station BBC Radio One; YYYY-MM-DD Comments File a is a short pause button file (session tracks only) with truncated Peel links and the very end of the show. Tracks marked §. File b: On 19th May , 36 years later to the day, Jarvis Cocker played an unedited portion of this show (from midway through the Stranglers track to the end) on his BBC Radio .
  5. 1, Vinyl; 1, 7" 45 RPM; EP; Single; All Year. ; ; ; ; ; Radio Luxembourg The Monn Keys* 0. Radio Luxembourg The Monn Keys* 0. Jorden Rundt Med Nora Alone (Why Must I Be Alone.
  6. The original “pirate” station was Radio Luxembourg It was an important forerunner of pirate radio and modern commercial radio in the United Kingdom. It was an effective way to advertise products by circumventing British legislation which until gave the BBC a monopoly of radio broadcasting on UK territory and prohibited all forms of.
  7. The Monn-Keys: Radio Luxembourg - No. 4 (Triola TNEP ) Cover = VG(-) (2 HOLES through cover front+back + big tear at NW corner part on front) Record = VG(-) (plays fine, yet A-side begins with a few clicks - trace from removed sticker at label B) Norwegian vocal group Sleeve and Record made in bestbardmybidesgudouggaconrekabwads.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  8. The same LP also contained a version of the ballet 'Parade' with the Orchestra of Radio Luxembourg / Louis de Froment. All these items are on the current set; 'Entr'acte' on CD 1, band 34; 'Parade' (which I find to be the weakest performance on this release) on CD 2, band 1; and the rest of the items on CD 2, bands /5(6).

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