Propaganda is an album by English post-punk band the Sound. It was recorded in 1979, before they recorded their debut album Jeopardy, and comprises the earliest material that they recorded. It was not released until April 1999 by record label Renascent, more than 10 years after the band broke up. It was viewed by the band as their true first album. Re-recorded versions of three of the tracks appeared on Jeopardy: "Missiles", "Night Versus Day" and "Words Fail Me".
Album · 2009 · 12 Songs. Listen on Apple Music. Hast Du Die Sonne Geseh'n? - Single. Baila Baila - Single.
Album 2. Release 2. Release Date. Today Yesterday Last 7 Days Last 30 Days. Jimmy Mc Foy Voice Revitalized High Definition. DJ Tools Records (Only For DJ). Electronica, Downtempo. Jeopardy Original Mix.
on Euro Acapellas, Vol. 1. Videos. Jimmy Mc Foy) (Voice Revitalized High Definition).
Jeopardy" came on their eighth album. As for Kihn, he went on to write several novels and became the morning DJ at K-Fox FM in San Jose, California. He continued to perform live at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk in California well into the '00s. Don't look for hidden meanings and opaque references in this or any other Greg Kihn Band Song. Kihn explained to Creem magazine in 1984 that he sticks to simple themes and tends to write about relationships and his girlfriend .
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|OTB 1078-1||MC. Band*||Jeopardy (CD, Single)||On The Beat||OTB 1078-1||France||1993|
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