9 thoughts on No One Is To Blame - Various - Flashback Cafe Vol. 2 (CD)

  1. Dainos   Zulkikazahn
    " No One Is to Blame " is a song by British musician Howard Jones. The song, in its original version, can be found on his second studio album, Dream into Action, which was released in
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  2. Nikoshicage   Maubar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Flashback Cafe Vol. 2 on Discogs.
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  3. Kigatilar   Menris
    No One Is to Blame book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5(2).
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  4. Meztijin   Zulukinos
    Oglio Records was created in to preserve and make available the New Wave music of the late s and early s. Soon after, the mission was expanded to include all hard-to-find music from the rock & roll era, and to release new material from established artists.
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  5. Kazralar   Malajora
    The song No-One Is to Blame was written by Howard Jones [GB] and was first released by Howard Jones in It was covered by The Heightsmen of Boston College, Speak of the Devil, Alicia Alves, Ari Shine and other artists.
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  6. Dobar   Megul
    Howard Jones. Howard Jones (born John Howard Jones, 23 February , Southampton, Hampshire, England) is a British musician, singer and songwriter.
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  7. Tauk   Nim
    Oglio Records is an American record company started in by Carl Caprioglio. The label issues compilations of rare 's modern rock and new wave songs, many previously unreleased on CD. In addition to releasing new material by artists such as BigBang, Nerf Herder and Wesley Willis, the label has also re-released albums by artists such as Brian Wilson and Barnes & Barnes.
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  8. Voodoozahn   Gasida
    I think Volume 2 is a better mix of songs than Volume 1; certainly, it's all a good listen. Even the lesser known material are small gems. David Bowie's appropriately titled "Absolute Beginners" kicks things off.
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  9. Kazrajora   Yoshura
    Also, check out Flashback Cafe's Volume II CD as well. All in all, if you are a true fan of 80's new wave and want a more ambitious variety, do yourself a big favor and add this album to your collection/5(5).
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