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  3. Alvin Lee Discography. Recording with Ten Years After or "solo" with a variety of outstanding musicians, Alvin has released close to 30 studio and live albums and has no plans to stop creating new music.
  4. In November , White Lies confirmed that their second album, Ritual, had been completed and would be released on 17 January Produced by Alan Moulder, the album's first single "Bigger than Us" was released on 3 January An eleven date tour of the United Kingdom was also announced for February Big TV ()Genres: Indie rock, post-punk revival, new wave.
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  6. We rounded up 50 of the most iconic pieces of album artwork from indie releases from Joy Division, David Bowie, Amy Winehouse, Nirvana, The Smiths, Strokes, Killers and more and dived into their.
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  8. Nov 02,  · The most banjoing-est band on Earth broke through in a huge way with Babel, its second album of hard-charging, old-timey American folk music as performed by a bunch of English guys in vests. The cover of the record counteracts how seriously the band takes itself and its music, depicting the band sitting on a bench (some of them are even smiling!) while behind them, in front of a pub, there is.