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The magic whip
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Disco (CD)

Blur <gruppo musicale>

The magic whip / Blur

London : Parlophone, 2015

Edge of the sun
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Disco (CD)

Calexico <gruppo musicale>

Edge of the sun / Calexico

[S.l.] : City Slang, [2015]

Zaba
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Disco (CD)

Glass Animals <gruppo musicale>

Zaba / Glass Animals

London : Wolf Tone, 2014

Loud like love
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Disco (CD)

Placebo <gruppo musicale>

Loud like love / Placebo

[S.l.] : Elevator Lady, 2013

Beija flors velho e sujo
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Disco (CD)

Sao Paulo Underground <gruppo musicale>

Beija flors velho e sujo / Sao Paulo Underground

Silver Spring : Cuneiform, 2013

6 Feet Beneath the Moon
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Disco (CD)

King Krule

6 Feet Beneath the Moon / King Krule

[S.l.] : XL Recordings, 2013

Love, lust, faith + dreams
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Disco (CD)

Thirty Seconds To Mars <gruppo musicale>

Love, lust, faith + dreams / Thirty Seconds to Mars

[London] : Virgin, 2013

Amok
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Disco (CD)

Atoms for peace <gruppo musicale>

Amok / Atoms for peace

[S.l.] : XL Recordings, c2013

Tales of a grass widow
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Disco (CD)

CocoRosie <gruppo musicale>

Tales of a grass widow / CocoRosie

[S.l.] : City Slang, 2013

I mistici dell'occidente
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Disco (CD)

Baustelle <gruppo musicale>

I mistici dell'occidente / Baustelle

[S.l.] : Warner, [2010]

Buio e luce
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Disco (CD)

fame di Camilla <gruppo musicale>

Buio e luce / La fame di Camilla

Italia : Universal, 2010

The fall
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Disco (CD)

Gorillaz <gruppo musicale>

The fall / Gorillaz

[New York] : EMI Records, 2010

Abstract: The Fall is an album from British virtual band Gorillaz. The album was officially announced on 20 December 2010[11] and soon after released on 25 December 2010 as a "free" download on the Gorillaz website, exclusively to fans in the band's Sub-Division fan club.[12] The entire album was recorded on group founder Damon Albarn's iPad during the American leg of the Escape to Plastic Beach World Tour in October 2010 and mixed in England by Stephen Sedgwick.[13][14][15] The album features fewer guest artists than previous Gorillaz albums; collaborators include Mick Jones and Paul Simonon of The Clash and Bobby Womack. The "Phoner to Arizona" music video, a compilation of footage and images taken from the tour and the phase was posted on YouTube on 22 December. The album was physically released on 18 April 2011 (Wikipedia)

Dear god, I hate myself
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Xiu Xiu <gruppo musicale>

Dear god, I hate myself / Xiu Xiu

Oakland : Kill rockstars, c2010

Abstract: Dear God, I Hate Myself is the seventh studio album by American indie rock band Xiu Xiu released on February 23, 2010. This is their first album since the departure of Caralee McElroy. The album features new member Angela Seo on piano, synthesizer and drum programming, with production by Jamie Stewart and Deerhoof's Greg Saunier (Wikipedia)

Coconuts, Plenty Of Junk Food
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Disco (CD)

CocoRosie <gruppo musicale>

Coconuts, Plenty Of Junk Food / CocoRosie

[S.l. : Not on label], 2009

Abstract: Tour Only CD EP, available exclusively at CocoRosie shows.

Raditude
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Disco (CD)

Weezer <gruppo musicale>

Raditude / Weezer

[S.l.] : DGC, Interscope Records ‎, 2009

Embryonic
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Disco (CD)

Flaming Lips <gruppo musicale>

Embryonic / The Flaming Lips

[New York] : Warner Music, 2009

Abstract: Embryonic is the twelfth studio album by experimental rock band The Flaming Lips released on October 13, 2009 on Warner Bros.[1] It is the first double album to be released by the band, announced during an interview with the band's frontman Wayne Coyne, Somewhere along the way it occurred to me that we should do a double album... Just this idea that you can weave a couple of themes into there and you can sprawl a little bit. Several other artists made contributions to various tracks on the album. German mathematician Dr. Thorsten Wörmann contributed to the track "Gemini Syringes", psychedelic rock band MGMT contributed to the song "Worm Mountain", and Karen O (lead singer of the alternative rock trio Yeah Yeah Yeahs) contributed to the songs "I Can Be a Frog" and "Watching the Planets."[3] Karen O's contributions were recorded by Wayne Coyne over the phone. (Wikipedia)

Bitte Orca
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Disco (CD)

Dirty Projectors <gruppo musicale>

Bitte Orca / Dirty Projectors

[S.l.] : Domino Recording, 2009

Abstract: Bitte Orca is a studio album by American experimental rock band Dirty Projectors, released on June 9, 2009 on Domino Records. The word "bitte" is a German word for "please," and "orca" is another name for a killer whale. Frontman Dave Longstreth states that he liked the way the words sound together.[1] Longstreth notes that the music contained within the album "felt very [much] about colors, and their interaction,"[2] and that the music was written with the notion of the band, as a whole, in mind

Kingdom of rust
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Doves <Gruppo musicale>

Kingdom of rust / Doves

London : Heavenly, 2009

Abstract: Kingdom of Rust is the fourth studio album from British indie rock band Doves. The album was released on 6 April 2009 in the UK via Heavenly Records. A CD/DVD release of Kingdom of Rust, originally announced when promotion started for the album, was pulled by the label three weeks prior to the album's release. The album follows a four-year gap between their last album Some Cities in 2005. Kingdom of Rust was met with generally positive critical acclaim, and entered the UK Albums Chart at number 2.

Dig !!! Lazarus, Dig !!!
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Disco (CD)

Cave, Nick - Bad Seeds <gruppo musicale>

Dig !!! Lazarus, Dig !!! / Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds

[S.l.] : Mute, [2008]

Silence is wild
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Disco (CD)

Hyvonen, Frida

Silence is wild / Frida Hyvonen

Bloomington : Secretly Canadian, [2008]