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O.A.P's - Give Us The Right To Live (Part 1) album mp3

Performer: O.A.P's
Title: Give Us The Right To Live (Part 1)
Released: 1970
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The Neon God: Part 1 – The Rise, is the first of a two-part conceptual album by . about an abused and orphaned boy named Jesse, who finds that he has the ability to read and manipulate people. The second album is titled The Neon God: Part 2 - The Demise. Why Am I Here" – 0:34. Wishing Well" – 3:34. Sister Sadie (And the Black Habits)" – 7:42. Why Am I Nothing" – 0:58. The Red Room of the Rising Sun" – 4:41.

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Part One: The Architect. 184 on its own is essentially a ball that expands rooms. Okay, it’s not a ball per se, but it mainly expands rooms, and also after a few expansions begins to make new rooms: initially copies of existing rooms, but inevitably 184 will copy them wrongly using the wrong materials (see the article for examples given). 184 also has an interesting log. An MTF team explores the long-demolished Kowloon Walled City, and their recovery of 184 by religious people who worshipped 184 and moved it into rooms it created.

The Neon God - Part 1- The Rise (2004). 1. Overture - на англ. 2. Why Am I Here - на англ. русский перевод песни. 12. The Great Misconceptions Of Me (Live Donington '92) - на англ. Still Not Black Enough (1995).

Адрес: Россия, Москва, Петровский бульвар, 21. ОГРН: 1025001418848

Tracklist

A Give Us The Right To Live (Part 1)
B Give Us The Right To Live (Part 2)

Companies, etc.

  • Produced For – Rocking Horse Productions
  • Published By – Sunburry Music Ltd.

Credits

  • Producer [Prod. By] – Ray Singer, Simon Napier-Bell
  • Written-By – Paul Korda

Notes

Factory Sample Sticker to Side B Label

With Musical Accomp. Prod. By Ray Singer & Simon Napier-Bell for Rocking Horse Productions

Published By Sunburry Music Ltd.

℗ 1970

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): FAM 103A 45
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): FAM 103B 45
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