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Transforming The Eyeball - Dogbowl - Flan (Songs From The Novel By Stephen Tunney) (Cassette, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Transforming The Eyeball - Dogbowl - Flan (Songs From The Novel By Stephen Tunney) (Cassette, Album)

  1. Shakasar
    This album is, for me, perhaps one of the most influential albums of all time. Dogbowl(Stephen Tunney - once a member of King Missile before they sold out), is a musical and poetic genius of the highest order, and anybody who has not realised this fact yet is just kidding themselves for the longrun.5/5(3).
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  2. Mazuzahn
    Apr 19,  · The song kinda speaks for itself. I left the computer on, and he entertained himself. In the background my wife and I are talking about something, and the metallic sound is not added - it's.
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  3. Moogugal
    There is a "first" for everything and there's nothing quite like those unforgettable firsts particularly through the eyes of a 7-year old. From first steps To that triumphant first time on the potty This Eyeball Animation look at "Firsts" is sure to get parents reflecting, kids /5(4).
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  4. Faujinn
    Flan (album) (92 words) exact match in snippet view article studio album by the avant-garde artist Dogbowl. It was released in on Shimmy Disc. All tracks are written by Dogbowl. Adapted from Flan .
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  5. Faujas
    Explore releases from Eyeball at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Eyeball at the Discogs Marketplace.
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  6. Dibei
    House of the Flying Eyeball is on Mixcloud. Listen for free to their radio shows, DJ mix sets and Podcasts.
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  7. Manos
    Nov 25,  · Singer Kathy McCarty, formerly of Glass Eye, pays tribute to fellow Austin, Tex., musician Daniel Johnston with Dead Dog’s Eyeball: Songs of Daniel Johnston.A sympathetic interpreter, she.
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  8. Zulkit
    7 Transforming the Eyeball Stephen Tunney cover art, drawings; Christopher Tunney unique record, written in tandem with Dogbowl/Tunney's novel of the same name. I remember I was on vacation by myself in hot, swampy Florida around the time it came out, bought it at a used CD store one afternoon and listened to it about 30 times over.
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