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Do Ya Think I'm Sexy? - EP

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prijs?

8,99 euro voor 2 songs? Klopt toch niet?

oorzaak prijs

Normaal was dit alleen op 10 inch vinyl te verkrijgen. I Follow Rivers staat er trouwens ook op. Uitgebracht speciaal voor Record Store Day vorige zaterdag.
Waarschijnlijk gaat men deze prijs nog wel aanpassen. Beluister trouwens het interview met Ruben Block hierover op StuBru-site.

Prijs

Volg Dieter 300%. Klaag niet over malafide concertpromotoren die je stuff bijna gratis te grabbel gooien, als je zelf 8 Eurookes vraagt voor een (weliswaar knap) jammeke. Overigens, bij mijn weten de duurste track op iTunes momenteel, faut-le-faire. Goe bezig gasten! ;-)

Biography

Formed: 1998 in Belgium

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Compared to the likes of Queens of the Stone Age and Led Zeppelin, lead vocalist Ruben Block, bassist Paul Van Bruystegem, and drummer Mario Goossens formed Antwerp rock trio Triggerfinger in 1998 but took six years to release their self-titled first studio effort. Following 2008's What Grabs Ya? and 2010's All This Dancin' Around, they began to make inroads in neighboring Holland, supporting symphonic metal outfit Within Temptation and scoring a number one there with a cover of Lykke Li's "I...
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Do Ya Think I'm Sexy? - EP, Triggerfinger
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  • 4,99 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: 21 April 2012

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