Complete your Egon Aagård collection. Egon Aagård – Bulgarsk O. M. Andet. Genre: Folk, World, & Country.
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Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Bulgarsk Horo · Egon Ågård · Peter Bastian Bulgarsk O. Andet ℗ 2019 Karma Music Released on: 2019-02-16 Au. . Released on: 2019-02-16. Bedste På Den Fede Måde. Gypsy - Released February 16, 2019 Karma Music. Peter Bastian & Lenovskata Grupa.
RUN is Juice WRLD’s first solo release following his sophomore studio album Death Race for Love. On the track, he raps about how he uses drugs to cope with the pain rather than money, debunking the classic claim that money equals happiness. Juice surprises the listener, displaying the same aggression as he previously showed on Ski Mask the Slump God’s Nuketown in late 2018.
Egon Aagård - Bulgarsk o. andet Foreningen for Musik & Lys MPL2 (1978) Egon Aagaard med Hans Jørgen Christensen, Peter Bastian, Mehmet Ozan og Hugo Rasmussen. Indhold: Mithras Slivovic vals Feta Miks vals De sorte bjerge Pan-am Sakke Javan Pergola Skotsk impression Bulgarsk horo Blå rejse Vragne Smedens -37. LP'er med tekst af Dan Turèll: Banden (Tyggegummibanden) - Banden 3 EMI 6C 062-39213 (1977) Tyggegummibanden (Morten Langebæk, Michael Jørgensen, Henrik Bødtcher, Jan Sivertsen, Michael Bruun) med Allan Botschinsky, Ethan Weisgard m. fl.
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Egon Bondy's Happy Hearts Club Banned is an album by Czech underground band The Plastic People of the Universe. It was recorded in 1974/75, mainly at Houska Castle, enabled by the castle's then warden Svatopluk Karásek, with some songs being recorded in Prague. The album could not be officially released and distributed under the former Communist regime in Czechoslovakia; instead fans duplicated tapes with one another, often resulting in poor technical quality