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Shikaku Maru Ten - Can - Radio Waves (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Nov 15,  · Shikako Maru Ten; Artist Can; Album Shikako Maru Ten; Licensed to YouTube by WMG, PIAS (on behalf of Mute); The Royalty Network (Publishing), ASCAP, and 1 Music Rights Societies Animal Waves.
  2. Track B2 Non-LP b-side of single Halleluwah recorded Track B3 Non-LP b-side of single Spoon recorded Track B4 is not mentioned on the track list. Front cover: Rodchenko's Radio Listener ()3/5(1).
  3. Buy Mp3 Music Online / Can / Radio Waves. Can — Radio Waves. $ Discount: 20%; Release date: ; Shikaku Maru Ten: $ $ Buy selected Add to Cart. We have no reviews yet. Write a review. Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought. Can Soundtracks (Vinyl) iTunes compatible. Listen on your iPhone. 24/7 support.
  4. This disc follows "Bakerloo" with a great version of "Paperhouse" from the German Beat Club TV broadcast, another live track from , and an alternate version of "Little Star of Bethlehem" from the Delay album--plus the non-album B-sides of Tago Mago and Ege Bamyasi-era singles ("Turtles Have Short Legs" and "Shikaku Maru Ten", both.
  5. Also, Radio Waves includes some rare non-album tracks ("Shikaro Maru Ten" and "Turtles Have Short Legs") which are excellent songs were quite obviously taken from vinyl sources. The only real track left unlistenable from the poor sound quality is the alternate version of "Little Star of Bethlehem" which sounds as if it has been sped up an octave.
  6. Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought. Soundtracks (Vinyl) Can Statistics Artists: Albums: Tracks: Storage: GB Support.
  7. Dec 06,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Shikaku maru ten - Can YouTube; Can - Free concert (Sporthalle Cologne ) - Duration: Andy Lamb , views. Can Missing: Radio Waves.
  8. Maru Sankaku Shikaku, whose name means in English "Circle Triangle Square" and was literally represented on their album covers by a circle, a triangle, and a square, were one of the lesser-known, early-'70s Japanese psychedelic ceupingritodifahrdunssersiefitvini.coinfo group existed from to and was led by Sakuro "Kant" Watanabe, who had recently graduated from the Ochanomizu Design Missing: Radio Waves.

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