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Nome Noma Québec Post-Punk Et New Wave 1979-1987

Nome Noma Québec Post-Punk Et New Wave 1979-1987

Artists

Various

Catno

TNAT 002

Formats

1x Vinyl LP Compilation

Country

Canada

Release date

Jan 1, 2020

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

$30*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

TNAT 002 - CA - 2020

A1

Vex - DNA

3:22

A2

Leyden Zar - Life Is Bizzare

2:48

A3

Pop Stress - It's So Good To Be In Love

2:12

A4

Les Frères Pogo - Le Japonais

2:11

A5

The Chemicals - Break Time

3:03

A6

Blue Oil - Money

2:48

A7

Magnum - Go! Don't Stop

3:28

B1

Demars - Torn To Pieces

3:34

B2

Pop Stress - Sister Of Night

3:08

B3

The Wipers - Nome Noma

2:45

B4

Kaméléon - Microcosme

3:50

B5

The Plugs - Sending An S.O.S.

3:18

B6

Ralph Mashats - Irradiés

3:52

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