I.D. Control - Who Are You (Vinyl)

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    Take control of who you are Stay the same don't let them change you But when it comes apart, When it comes apart to start again And open up your heart, Take control of who you are Take control of who you are When you're looking in the mirror Underneath the skies You will see a little clearer Take control of who you are When the world is getting.
  • Mim
    As a collector of any note the original line-up would turn in to vinyl I have thought "Who Are You" or "The Music Must Change" are better suited for the first track. "New Song" is a solid cut. "I write the same old songs with a few new lines." Pete is being a bit modest but he is 5/5(3).
  • Akinoran
    Comment: Sterling Original tan label MCA like new beautiful record Not remastered (Vinyl: NM+) (Cover: NM) plays and looks new, sharp nice bright crystal clean glossy vinyl pristine condition – cover high gloss bright sharp & crisp w/MCA inner sleeve, The Who – Who Are You LP cleaned play tested ships from Florida in LP box mailer with tracking/5().
  • Mazugul
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about I.D. Control - Who Are You at Discogs. Complete your I.D. Control collection/5(60).
  • Grojora
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  • Mara
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  • Vugal
    Nov 16,  · Quincy would go on to produce MJ's "Thriller" immediately afterward. This album included the "practice run" for "We Are The World", Jon and Vengelis' "State of Independence". I've merged the 12" vinyl with the CD album track to capture the best sound whenever possible, as to my knowledge, this extended track has yet to be remastered digitally.
  • Yonris
    Aug 04,  · Ypsilon's VPS is a moving-magnet phono preamp, which means that if you've got a standard low-output moving coil cartridge, you need a step-up transformer. For the past decade, I've used it with Ypsilon's MC10L and MC16L transformers and a range of other SUTs, and I've thought I had a handle on the VPS's sonics.
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