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9 thoughts on “ Taking It Back - All For Nothing - Miles & Memories (CD, Album) ”

  1. Songs,that bring back memories,over the years. Play all Share. Loading Save. Sign in to YouTube. Sign in. Matthew Wilder - Break My Stride (Solid Gold) by iberia I Owe You Nothing by BrosVEVO. [Private video] Boyz II Men - End Of The Road by Boyz II Men. Mica Paris - My One Temptation () by djtarzanboy.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Bringing Back Those Memories [CD #1] - Mark Joseph on AllMusic -
  3. Miles & Memories, an album by All For Nothing on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Jonathan Byrd & The Pickup Cowboys by Jonathan Byrd, released 16 November 1. Pickup Cowboy 2. Tractor Pull 3. When the Well Runs Dry 4. Lakota Sioux 5. Taking It Back 6. Temporary Tattoo 7. We Used To Be Birds 8. Fish Out of Water 9. It Don't Make Sense Do You Dream?
  5. Nov 05,  · Miles & Memories () is a Studio album by All For Nothing. Rating: 80/ Genres: Hardcore Punk. Songs: Intro, Epitome, Overhaul, Beat You to the Punch, Taking it Back%(1).
  6. A lot of songs from really take me back or some reason. I think it’s because I was in middle school at the time. Songs like “It’s Going Down” by Young Joc, “Girl” by Paul Wall.
  7. All For Nothing, hailing from Rotterdam deliver a bombshell with their debut album for GSR Music with “Miles & Memories”. With 12 tracks of raw old school hardcore punk that rarely pass the 2 and a half minute mark, All for Nothing stick to their strengths of writing short blasts of intense, passionate hardcore that sway between melodic driving riffs and crunching metallic breakdowns.
  8. Sep 06,  · All For Nothing - Taking It Back From The Album of "Miles & Memories" Female Fronted Hardcore from Rotterdam, Holland I do not own this song/Video, it belongs to its rightful owners.
  9. The work produced by London-born, now Glasgow-based Rachel Aggs, meanwhile, is completely different. Where Arthur King’s occupation of St. Franny’s saw it cluttered and chaotic, Aggs saw the Visitations residency as a rare chance to work completely solo after years spent in bands like Shopping, Trash Kit and Sacred Paws. Bringing along a guitar, a cheap drum machine and a fiddle to record.

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