Where Were You - Flash And The Pan* - Titulares (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Jan 25,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Flash And The Pan* - Headlines at Discogs. Complete your Flash And The Pan* collection/5().
  2. Just Can't Get Enough: New Wave Hits of the '80s is a series of compilations issued by Rhino Records, on both CD and audio cassette, featuring various artists from the new wave era – The series contained 15 volumes. The first five were released on 21 June , volumes 6–10 on 18 October , and the last five volumes on 20 June
  3. Flash and the Pan were formed in Sydney, Australia in mid, initially as a studio-only pop rock band, by Harry Vanda and George Young both on guitar, keyboards and vocals. The duo had been members of the Easybeats, and subsequently worked as songwriters and producers, Vanda & Young, both in Australia and in the United Kingdom (UK).
  4. This is really a big shame, because they recorded some excellent albums. "Nights in France" from was my first album with the band, and I had not owned the album for long, before I knew I had to check out their other albums. This was not an easy task, because apart from "Early Morning Wake Up Call" they were all very hard to find/5(5).
  5. Flash and the Pan were ahead of their time and very unique. I've never heard another band like them. Their songs were smart, quirky and almost as catchy as something from the power-pop genre while being menacing and dark. Bought this (the self-titled album)on cassette back in '79 while living in Pasadena, finally found it last summer on CD.
  6. Informationen zum Album Pan-Orama von Flash & The Pan. Notierung in den Charts, Chartwochen, Musikvideos, Releases und mehr.
  7. After in having been around the band format, Flash and the Pan were in back as a duo. Vanda and Young were no longer committed as providers of songs for other artists such as John Paul Young or Cheetah, and could thus concentrate on writing songs for their own studio project, which had proved unexpectedly highly successful.
  8. The Gefärhliche Klons were formed in the city of Marburg during the late 70's by the core duo of Uwe Linke and Exo Neutrino. They had many different Clone disguises and started to do their own music experiments inspired by Der Plan blending primitive electronic sounds with demented acoustic tunes and melodies while also using toys and other.

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