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8 thoughts on “ Postcards - Sie Lieben Maschinen - June Gloom (Cassette, Album)

  1. Cassette Store Day is a Thing – Full Release List Unveiled! Posted by RiffYou On September 10, 0 Comment Record Store Day may be the most glamorous day to pick up music on a retro format, but that hasn’t stopped the folks at Cassette Store Day from pushing albums out for tape deck lovers.
  2. Jul 04,  · After years of searching he finally found the artist and in , the album has been re-issued on vinyl, cassette and CD. A s a cherry on top, Ata Kak is currently touring Europe for the first time ever, to the amazement of audiences at festivals such as Sonar, Beaches Brew and Strange Sounds From Beyond, just to name a few.
  3. Jan 01,  · Check out June Gloom by Sie Lieben Maschinen on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on mepermideceromahoftacepcauwron.coinfo
  4. Dec 16,  · () Sie Lieben Maschinen – “Should’ve Looked in the Mirror” from: June Gloom / Independent / January 1, [Steve Tulipana on vocals; Josh Newton on guitar, bass, synth; Chris Bolig on drums. Recorded and mixed by Scott Evans at Sharkbite Studios and Antisleep Audio.
  5. am: Clever Work by Sie lieben Maschinen from June Gloom. am: Witches In the Garden by Hurry Up Shotgun from Abracadabraham Lincoln am: The End of Radio (closing theme) by Shellac from Excellent Italian Greyhound .
  6. The Classic Postcard Album is 2½" thick with a clean, attractive look. The album cover is richly padded leatherette. It includes 25 pages of your choice to hold up to vintage, Continental or large postcards. Pages are archival safe with no acid, vinyl or PVC to damage your cards.
  7. In the early stages of postcard production, government-produced postcards varied in size, depending on the type of postcard. 3 Privately produced postcards, also known as private mailing cards, did not need to adhere to the government restrictions. On June 1, , the General Postal Union, an international postal organization, signed a new treaty, changing its name to the Universal Postal Union.

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