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Alone - Terrorvision - Good To Go (CD, Album)

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  • Mibei
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    Listen to Good To Go by Terrorvision on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  • Kajijora
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    Terrorvision began their career as Spoilt Bratz, forming in in Bradford, kekandustlisormavoburlitodeerow.coinfo four piece band of Tony Wright (b. 6 May ; vocals), Mark Yates (b. 4 April ; guitar), Leigh Marklew (b. 10 August bass) and Shutty (b. 20 March ; drums) made little headway until a change of name to Terrorvision (inspired by a cult 60's horror film) in when EMI Records signed them on the.
  • Gojin
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    The band signed to a smaller label, Papillon and put out a fifth studio album, Good to Go, in The record, like all their others, was also credited to 'Total Vegas', the band's own independent imprint. A number of singles followed, but the band was unable to replicate their previous success.
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  • Tucage
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    Sep 17,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - TERRORVISION PROBLEM SOLVED YouTube 04 Sometimes I'd Like to Kill Her (Terrorvision - Good to go) - Duration: HVRbySurvival views.
  • Mizahn
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  • Moogumuro
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    Till I don’t get out of bed for less than a day, I should be happy, I’m a millionaire, I got the golden teeth and the perfect hair, Don’t have no problem, Don’t seem to care, I should be happy cos’ I’m a millionaire, Been a Jack of all trades and a scatterbrain, Went up in smoke, shot down in .
  • Mazucage
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    The sound on 'Good To Go' is very distant from the band's early gritty rock sound and falls very much into the genre of pop-rock. Whereas the band's early guitar sound was heavily rooted in metal, the riffs here are much more Nashville country oriented, and electronic drum pad beats replace the kit sound of their debut 'Formaldehyde'. Despite these changes the band's music retains its.
  • Douk
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    Sep 17,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - TERRORVISION NEW POLICY ONE YouTube 04 Sometimes I'd Like to Kill Her (Terrorvision - Good to go) - Duration: HVRbySurvival views.
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