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Transit - Various - Phuturistic Dancin (Mission One) (CD)

9 thoughts on “ Transit - Various - Phuturistic Dancin (Mission One) (CD)

  1. Tuzuru
    The Bonkers series was one of the leading happy hardcore compilation series in the UK. The first release was in on record label React (now Resist), it was available on 2xCD and 2xTC formats. DJs DJ Sharkey and Hixxy were signed by React and the pair released "Bonkers", the first in a series of albums which has become the best-selling hardcore compilation series of all time.
  2. Daramar
    Transit was an American rock band from Stoneham, Massachusetts. From their formation in to their split, they released five albums, four EPs, and a.
  3. Mar
    Access to Manhattan is effortless, with a New Jersey Transit station right in the neighborhood with easy access parking. Access to Brooklyn is a minute car trip via the Verrazano Bridge. Access to Newark Airport is convenient as can be; though our community is literally 5 minutes from the Airport, we do not sit in the flight pattern.
  4. Gagami
    This crank is a little heavy (2 pounds 6 oz) but it is an entry level crankset, so it is OK. The cranks came with the Brand and model printed on the side facing the frame (not like the picture) that's a little unusual but at least the name will never be rub-erased.
  5. Kajidal
    In-Transit depicts various scenes of movement from one destination to another. The mode of travel is left up to the imagination of the listener and performer. Certain sections of the music may provoke the idea of walking while others sections paint a picture of travel by car or bus. In-Transit was composed to imitate the act of traveling.
  6. Kajilabar
    Various: Naturally (Featuring Millisa Browne) (as Lipka) and 1 more Various - Phuturistic Dancin' (Mission One) ‎ (2x12", Comp) Bitasweet, Bitasweet: bsLP, BSLP: UK: Sell This Version.
  7. Mill
    Mar 01,  · “Transit” is probably the only movie based on a World War II novel to include a pointed reference to the plight of the zombies in George A. Romero’s “Dawn of the Dead,” who keep going to.
  8. Akiramar
    The Amazing stay just out of focus. On their fifth album, In Transit, they once again perform the unlikely trick of making music that is both dreamlike, drifting across 5/5(3).

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