Problems 24/7 by L A N D L I N E S, released 29 April 2016 1. Egg Suckers Unlimited 2. Russian Winter 3. Post Modern Times 4. On The Grid 5. Crystal Healing Vibes 6. Secret Pineapple 7. Italy 8. To Someone Far Away 9. Walkaway Beach 10. Street Rocker 11. Airport Bars 12. Investigate Chemtrails 13. 4 AM 14. Why Do I Eggy Records release number 50.
Problems 24/7 (LP, Album). Grabbing Clouds Records And Tapes.
A landline telephone (also known as land line, land-line, main line, home phone, landline, fixed-line, and wireline) is a phone that uses a metal wire or optical fiber telephone line for transmission as distinguished from a mobile cellular line, which uses radio waves for transmission. In 2003, the CIA World Factbook reported approximately . 63 billion main telephone lines worldwide. China had more than any other country at 350 million and the United States was second with 268 million.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week). It may also refer to: Twenty 4 Seven, a Dutch hip-house band. Twenty Four Seven (Tina Turner album), 1999. Twenty Four Seven (Dallas Crane album), 2000. TwentyFourSeven (UB40 album), 2008. 24/7 (Dino album), 1989. 24/7 (Kevon Edmonds album), 1999. 24/7" (Kevon Edmonds song), title track from the album. 24/7 (Gerald Albright and Norman Brown album), 2012. 24/7 (GusGus album), 2009.
16 artists studying Landscape Painting at Leith School of Art, exhibiting in Edinburgh March 28, 2019 at Union Gallery.
Album · 2012 · 10 Songs. 9. Latter, Latter in the Night. 10 Songs, 40 Minutes. Released: 27 Apr 2012.
Listen to music from Landlines like Hanging Around and Some Ocean or Great Lake. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Landlines. Land Lines are an original band from Ft. Collins, Colorado. Three of the members were in the captivating and devastating indie rock band Matson Jones, signed in 2005 to Sympathy For the Record Industry. Land Lines debut was released in January 2013.
7 years ago 7 years ago. Punk Rock. The sound is unmistakably The Ex but with new vocals and Konono style catchy guitar riffs from Arnold and crunchy baritone guitar melodies from Terrie and Andy all propelled along by Kat’s relentless driving ‘African’ beats.
|A3||Post Modern Times|
|A4||On The Grid|
|A5||Crystal Healing Vibes|
|B1||To Someone Far Away|
|B7||Why Do I|
- Recorded At – Dub Narcotic Studio
- Mixed By – Greg Saunier
- Recorded By – Pual Krogh