by A Pop Life (Erwin Barendregt)
Video accompanying the story on the 1989 Batman album by Prince.
Video accompanying the story on the beautiful debut album by Maria McKee which was released in 1989.
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Video accompanying the story on the second album by The Waterboys: A Pagan Place.
Video accompanying the story on my very last Prince show, 5 years ago today in Antwerp, Belgium.
The video accompanying the story about The Who’s first rock opera Tommy. Childhood sentiment to the max!
The video to one of the most beautiful songs of all time: The Blue Nile’s Tinseltown In The Rain, coming off their debut album A Walk Across The Rooftops.
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The video accompanying the story on the superb fourth Echo & The Bunnymen album Ocean Rain.
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Video belonging to the top 10 best Donna Summer singles. A great selection of disco and dance songs. Long live the memory of Donna Summer!
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Video accompanying the Musicology article about the 2004 album, which enabled Prince’s come back.
Video to Monkey Gone To Heaven, which stems from the classic Pixies album Doolittle.
Video to the fantastic Iron Sky, stemming from Paolo Nutini’s third album.
Tags: Paolo Nutini
Video accompanying the story on the 1974 compilation and the greatest song in Gil Scott-Heron’s career: The Revolution Will Not be Televised.
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Video to the article about the digital Prince albums The Chocolate Invasion and The Slaughterhouse.
This article contains the American video commercial for the Prince Lotusflow3r three cd set, which was sold exclusively at Target.
In 2009 Prince released a new album set: this is the video accompanying the story.
Please be advised that English is not my native tongue.
Whenever you come across clumsy sentences and/or sayings, due to insufficient knowledge of the English language, please accept my apologies and let me know. I will fix that as soon as possbile.
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