The Sound Barrier - The Suburbia Suite FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Jazz / Rock / Pop music
Title: The Suburbia Suite
Style: Easy Listening, Post-Punk, Ballad, Smooth Jazz, Experimental, Leftfield
FLAC version ZIP size: 1126 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1213 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1568 mb
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This album was recorded in four days at 'The Strongroom' in the City of London, May 1985. Produced by Tot Taylor for Cape Compact. This is 'A London Popular Arts' Production for The Compact Organisation.
By The Sound Barrier. PLAY ALL. The Suburbia Suite. Released by LTM Recordings Jan 2008 9 Tracks. By The Sound Barrier.
Artist: The Sound Barrier. Album: The Suburbia Suite. The Sound Barrier - Half Term Excursion 02:00. The Sound Barrier - Tearjerker Waltz 02:03. The Sound Barrier: best 2 tracks. The Sound Barrier - Half Term Excursion The Suburbia Suite, 2008 02:00. The Sound Barrier - Hey, Hey 60s Indie Garage, 2009 02:35. Artist: The Sound Barrier.
The Sound Barrier - Fasten Your Seatbelts We're Off To Suburbia 04:36. The Sound Barrier - After The Gymkhana 02:49.
The Sound Barrier has often been broken by fans of the 60s garage band sound cranking up the combo's smashing 45 "(My) Baby's Gone"/"Hey Hey" - but the Sound Barrier combo had a smashing history of their own. The Sound Barrier began as a group of Salem junior high school students. Guitarist Paul Hess and drummer Larry Davis were already experienced players when the British Invasion inspired them to form a real combo. They added school friends Chuck Jackson (rhythm guitar) and Kevin Rhodes (bass) and named themselves the Spectrums.
The Suburbia Suite 1984. The Suburbia Suite 1984. Fasten Your Seatbelts We're Off to Suburbia. Kodacolour Days Toffee Apple Nights.
The Sound Barrier (known in the United States, as Breaking Through the Sound Barrier and Breaking the Sound Barrier) is a 1952 British aviation film directed by David Lean. It is a fictional story about attempts by aircraft designers and test pilots to break the sound barrier. It was David Lean's third and final film with his wife Ann Todd, but it was his first for Alexander Korda's London Films, following the break-up of Cineguild.
|A3||After The Gymkhana|
|A4||Kodacolor Days, Toffee-Apple Nights|
|A6||Fasten Your Seat-Belts, We're Off To Suburbia|
|B2||The Tearjerker Waltz|
|PACT10||The Sound Barrier||The Suburbia Suite (LP, Album)||The Compact Organization||PACT10||UK||1985|
|PACT 10 CD||The Sound Barrier||The Suburbia Suite (CD, Album, RE, RM, Car)||The Compact Organization||PACT 10 CD||UK||1996|
|PACT 10||The Sound Barrier||The Suburbia Suite (LP, Album, TP)||The Compact Organization||PACT 10||UK||1985|
|SRCS 7975||The Sound Barrier||The Suburbia Suite (CD, Album, RE)||The Compact Organization||SRCS 7975||Japan||1996|