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Were Gonna Make It - Creed (6) - Creed (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Were Gonna Make It - Creed (6) - Creed (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. 10 inch Vinyl Record / Gram Vinyl Record Gram Vinyl Record Gram Vinyl Record 45 RPM Vinyl Record 7 inch Vinyl D2D Vinyl Record Low Serial Numbered Vinyl Record Multi-Format Box Sets Preowned Vinyl Record Sealed Out-of-Print Vinyl Record UHQR Vinyl Record Vinyl LP Box Sets - New & Preowned Preowned Vinyl Box Sets Vinyl Box Sets.
  2. The sound is "murky" and bass-heavy. After waiting years for this to be released on CD, I now have something I shall hardly play. I'll stick to my LP. As for the live tracks, again too dreadful a sound quality to be anything other than a mere curiosity. The demo bonus track is ok, but I think I prefer all 4 tracks on the vinyl 12" EP, to be honest/5(8).
  3. Comment: *****(VG++) Excellent --This record won't be perfect and may show very minimal signs of use on vinyl. This is a record that may have been played but was handled with extreme care. The jacket may have light scuffing and/or edge-wear, minimal creasing, cut-outs or cut corners. Creed [LP VINYL] especially sampled that oldies song /5(11).
  4. Creed, an Album by Creed. Released in on Asylum (catalog no. 6E; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock. Featured peformers: Chip Thomas (drums), Steve Ingle (vocals, guitar), Hal Butler (vocals, keyboards), James Flynn (bass), Luther Maben (guitar), David Malloy (producer), Gene Eichelberger (engineer), Tom Likes (assistant engineer).
  5. CREED Vinyl Records and CDs Aside from Gram Parsons, no one has influenced Americana music as much as Creedence Clearwater Revival. Their gritty fusion of Swamp Pop, Country Rock, hillbilly soul, and a driving dose of Southern-inspired R&B gave the band their trademark "chooglin'" sound.
  6. CTI Records (Creed Taylor Incorporated) is a jazz record label founded in by Creed was a subsidiary of A&M before becoming independent in Its first album was A Day in the Life by guitarist Wes Montgomery in The final release, by the CTI Jazz All-Star Band, was recorded live at the Montreux Jazz Festival in , and released in November on multiple formats: CD.
  7. Nov 13,  · It is priced in the same range as many new vinyl releases, but as a product it's a sloppy disaster in every way: the remastering is harsh and unbalanced, the record is thin and noisy, and even the sleeve is cheaply best thing about this version is the shrink wrap because that was already as cheap as possible back in /5(35).

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