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Various - 120 Minutes Left Of The Dial Weeks 5 & 6 Shows 21 - 30 mp3

Various - 120 Minutes Left Of The Dial Weeks 5 & 6 Shows 21 - 30 mp3

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Interprète: Various
Titre: 120 Minutes Left Of The Dial Weeks 5 & 6 Shows 21 - 30
Pays: US
Publié sur: 1992
Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
Catégorie: Rock / Pop / Folk
Classement: 4.2
Label: Thirsty Ear, MTV Networks


1Social Distortion(Artist Profile)
2 Program 24 (5:33)
3 Program 22 (4:47)
4 WEEK 6
5 Program 26 (5:19)
6Clockhammer(New Release Feature) Klinefelter
7Flowerhead(New Release Feature) Turmoil In The Toybox
8Robyn HitchcockBirdhead (Live)
9 Program 21 (5:37)
10 Program 23 (5:54)
11Ian McCulloch(New Release Feature) Mysterio
12 Program 27 (4:52)
13Nick Drake(New Release Feature) Fruit Tree (reissue)
14 Program 28 (5:04)
15Meat Puppets(Artist Profile)
16Ugly Kid Joe(Artist Profile)
17Action Swingers(Artist Profile)
18 WEEK 5
19Unknown ArtistOut:"...See Ya' Later." (Theme Music To Fade)
20 Program 29 (5:44)
21Chainsaw Kittens(New Release Feature) Flipped Out In Singapore
22 Program 25 (5:59)
23John Trudell(New Release Feature) Aka Grafitti Man
24The Real People(Artist Profile)
25Unknown ArtistOut:"...See Ya' Later." (Theme Music To Fade)
26Curve(Artist Profile)
27The Cramps(New Release Feature) Look Mom No Head
28 Program 30 (5:37)
29Jad Fair(Artist Profile)
30Concrete Blonde(Artist Profile)
31Tiny Lights(Artist Profile)
32Unknown Artist(Tour News)


Album Tracks. About & Images. Similar Releases. Discover Releases. Tracks In This Album. New Release Feature Klinefelter - Clockhammer. Out:. See Ya' Later. 120 Minutes is a television program in the United States dedicated to the alternative music genre, that originally aired on MTV from 1986 to 2000, and then aired on MTV's associate channel MTV2 from 2001 to 2003. After its cancellation, MTV2 premiered a replacement program called Subterranean. A similar but separate MTV Classic program, also titled 120 Minutes, plays many classic alternative videos that were regularly seen on 120 Minutes in its heyday. Welcome to The 120 Minutes Archive, the independent, critically acclaimed, definitive library of music video nostalgia. This project captures and revisits the memories of 27 years of Music Television-this is the soundtrack of our lives. Album Info. Release Date: 1992. Labels: Thirsty Ear, MTV Networks. Left of the Dial is on summer hiatus until August. I'll miss you all very much, and I'll be back soon to bring back the sweet sounds of the 80s. Keep an ear out for me and of course. Keep it locked. April 28, 2016 . One of MTV's longest running shows, here is an early episode of 120 Minutes hosted by J. Alternative rock of the 1980s was such a large and diverse scene that any box set documenting the genre is bound to be the cause of debate as to what is and isn't included, even a four-CD, 82-track production such as this one. Despite the inevitable exclusions, Left of the Dial: Dispatches from the '80s Underground does a decent job of collecting representative cuts from all spectrums of the style, even if it does tilt toward the more mainstream of such acts. Поиск презентаций, докладов, научных статей, публикаций и других образовательных материалов по запросу album Various 120 Minutes Left Of The Dial Weeks 5 & 6 Shows 21 - 30. Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Never Mind the Mainstream: The Best of MTV's 120 Minutes, Vol. 1 by Va-Mtv's 120 Minutes Audio CD . Audio CD. 21 offers from . Customers who bought this item also bought. MTV's 120 Minutes was one of the best and longest running shows on the now disgraced channel. This record is a good sample of what you heard on that program back in the late 80s and early 90s. If you ever wondered about the origins of alternative rock, this is a must. From its early underground days where bands like Black Flag drew inspiration from the DIY ethos of punk, Left Of The Dial traces the history of the network of fans, clubs and fanzines that sustained the scene and launched the careers of bands like . The Pixies and Hüsker Dü. Track titles link through to a review on BBC Music of an album featuring the track. Tom, Durham Got about 50 minutes in and I realised that there was going to be no mention of Dinosaur Jr, yes that's Dinosaur JrShocking Scene is arguably one of the top 'indie' anthems of that era. Cheers for telling the whole Nirvana story - again Poor