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9 thoughts on “ Propaganda (12) - Calling On Moscow (Vinyl)

  1. Mazutaxe
    PROP Vinyl Records and CDs Don't worry, it's not the sound of your tape deck eating another Godflesh cassette -- it's Prophecy! The band takes on sludgy beats and throaty, if-alligators-could-talk vocals and punches the accelerator for a white-knuckle ride through a godless, postapocalyptic Industrial hell.
  2. Zolodal
    This item is a 10 Inch Stereo Lp/EP featuring Propaganda titled: Propaganda - Calling On Moscow - Epic Records - 3E(Stereo - 10 Inch Disc - ) Titles Featured: Side #1) Two Lovers Cowboys Alone Side #2) Calling On Moscow Something About You(I Don't Like) Here is a Rare Pressing Folks! It should make a fine addition to any Collection!
  3. Ketaur
    Propaganda is a legendary location and is the old time favorite for expats living in Moscow. That’s the place where it all started: this was the first club to bring in quality electronic music to Russia and to make regular gay parties open to everybody. Program varies during the week and Propaganda attracts different crowd: it starts slow with Jazzy Hip hop nights on Mondays.
  4. Mikale
    Steppin' into The 80's - CBS 12" Vinyl LP - Netherlands - - New Wave - NM. $ Free shipping. Elvis Presley - Guitar Man / Faded Love - RCA Victor - Picture Sleeve - $ Propaganda - Calling on Moscow - Epic Nu-Disk - 10" Vinyl EP - - NM-$ Free shipping. The Wackers ‎– Wackering Heights - Elektra 12" Vinyl.
  5. Tuk
    RELEASE: Propaganda Moscow: Act VII ARTIST(S): Arnaud Le Texier, Juras Lietus, Ritzi Lee, Setaoc Mass REMIXERS: LABEL: Propaganda Moscow / PROPAGANDAM GENRE: AIFF, Techno RELEASED: AVAILABLE FORMAT: Kbps + AIFF DOWNLOAD SIZE: ( MB MP3) TOTAL TRACKS 4. Setaoc Mass – Destruction (Original Mix) () / Dm, bpm ; Arnaud Le .
  6. Muzahn
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Calling On Moscow on Discogs. Label: Nu Disk - 3E ,Epic - 3E • Format: Vinyl 10 Propaganda - Calling On Moscow (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(21).
  7. Goshicage
    Propaganda is very casual and inexpensive by Moscow’s standards. This makes it a favourite hang-out for students and expats. In the Russian capital’s sometimes over-extravagant nightlife scene, Club Propaganda is a much more simplistic and accessible club where the crowd is less glamorous but at times a great deal more fun.

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