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    The Long Island via New Orleans, trio Zebra broke from the gate with their eponymous first release, a record that was, at the time, one of Atlantic Records' fastest-selling debuts ever. Tapping into the vacuum left by Led Zeppelin's breakup, lead singer Randy Jackson and company gave the masses a good, healthy dose of Zeppelin-like hard tiphoregcingnehdeporlowaverthocan.co, they are a pale imitation of their icons, but.

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    Odd sounds from Edmonton, Alberta, we are Zebra Pulse. tiphoregcingnehdeporlowaverthocan.co Dave Schaefer Owen Strasky Parker Thiessen Sean MacIntosh.

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    Sleep Culture by Zebra Pulse, released 29 December 1. Sleep Culture 2. Impossible Tangle 3. Interdimensional Distortion Cascade 4. My Reflection in your Footprint 5. Microwave Meditations 6. Featureless Dracula 7. Pyramid Scream 8. Dead Colouring 9. Tesseract Natural Recorded/Mixed/Produced by Matt Mckeen.

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    Jul 22,  · Kloots described the album line-up as “Broadway tunes with fun guest stars, some pop, standards, a little Latin and, of course, the encore is ‘Live Your Life,’” the song many covered while.

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    Today sees the re-release of two Pink Floyd albums on vinyl: the UK Number 1 live album PULSE, and the classic compilation Relics, both pressed on heavyweight gram vinyl. PULSE, originally released in , was compiled by James Guthrie, using various performances from the band's Division Bell tour across the UK and Europe.

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    "Sleep Culture" The upcoming album by Zebra Pulse will be available on cassette and digital download January 7th Jump to. Sections of this page Big A, little a - on CJSR FM. Radio Station. Double Lunch Records. Record Label. "Sleep Culture" The upcoming album by Zebra Pulse will be available on cassette and digital download.

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    Zebra is the debut album by the American hard rock band Zebra, released in , eight years after they were tiphoregcingnehdeporlowaverthocan.co album features all original material, with the exception of "Slow Down" (a Larry Williams tune best remembered for a cover version by the Beatles) injected at mid-song with much of the second stanza of Carl Perkins' "Blue Suede Shoes", altered at its end.

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    Great live set from Randy Jackson and Co. This album contains the bulk of the songs off the S/T cd, plus a few from No Tellin Lies, and 3.V, as well as a few non album tracks and a great cover of Led Zep's The Ocean. Randy Jackson really rips it up on guitar here, but his voice is a bit more high pitched and nasal than on the studio stuff.

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