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    Brings back memories on TV! Television's Greatest Hits, Vol. 3: Soundtrack album for sale I liked all of the television classic songs that were very popular shows. Expect for one problem after listening to the TV themes from WKRP in Cincinnatti, Taxi, M*A*S*H*, The Waltons, L.A. Law and Charlies Angels. By CDJay (Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada).

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    Ice Cube released his third album, The Predator, in November Referring specifically to that year's Los Angeles riots, in the first single, "Wicked", he rapped "April 29 was power to the people, and we might just see a sequel". The Predator debuted at number one on both the pop and R&B charts, the first album in history to do so. Singles from The Predator included "It Was a Good Day" and.

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    Shop Vol. 3-Themes from 70's & 80 [CASSETTE]. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

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    Dodge, Bill & His All-Star Orchestra - Swinging '34 Vol. 1: Junk Man, Dinah, Ol' Pappy,Basin Street Blues, Old Man Harlem (vinyl LP record, re-issue of vintage Jazz recordings) - NM9/EX8 - LP Records Your Price: $

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    It focuses heavily on singers and groups that may have had only one or two hits back in the 70s. BUT they were memorable hits. Even though the final volume of this set is called "One Hit Wonders," there are plenty of top notch one hit wonders throughout Music Explosion. Having said that, there are also plenty of well established bands and Reviews: 4.

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    Nov 16,  · TV toons, I believe it is, came out with various volumes of full length TV toons. Should be pretty easy to track down on ebay. I was amazed to see Volume two on vinyl at my local store a couple weeks ago, but figured I would only play it once, plus, as I am sure the vinyl .

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    The first pressings read "Welcome Back Kotter" in order to promote the just-then-debuting TV series, and I'm assuming the jukebox strips followed suit. That and the subsequent LP. (Ironic that, despite this number topping the charts, it would be Mr. Sebastian's last for Reprise.) Welcome Back / One Step Forward, Two Steps Back - Reprise.

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