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    Coloured vinyl reissue • Signed edition sold out. British 90s band Longpigs‘ first album The Sun Is Often Out is being reissued on vinyl. The band were fronted by Crispin Hunt and featured guitarist Richard Hawley and this debut delivered four top 40 hit singles including On and On which peaked at number 16 in the UK chart.

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    Aug 26,  · First World Problems / Things That Suck 1. When the sticker doesn't peel off all the way. 2. When the handles on your grocery bag rip. 3. When you turn on the car and the music was set way too.

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    Sep 11,  · 50 of the most valuable vinyl records. 50) Steel City Connection – Dansation/Steel City Disco – £ 49) Thriller/Delta Cats – Last Dance/Unworthy Baby – £1, 48) The Velvet Underground & Nico – The Velvet Underground & Nico – £1, 47) Terea – Terea – £1, 46) Nirvana – Love Buzz/Big Cheese – £1, 45) World’s Experience .

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