Cheap Thrills

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John Robie - Discography - Production
1983 Cheap Thrills (12") Metronome 1983 Get Wet (12") Next Plateau Records Inc ... London Records, Factory 1991 Substance (2xCD) Sonic Records (2) 1991 Cheap Thrills (CD, Single) Tommy Boy Music 1993 (The Best Of) New Order (CD) Shell Shock London Records 1994 (The ... Tommy Boy Music 1998 Greatest Beats - Volume 2 (CD) Cheap Thrills (12" Ver.. ...
Cheap Thrills (Big Brother And The Holding Company Album) - Record History - Cover and Title
... especially the work of Crumb—so loved the Cheap Thrills illustration that she demanded Columbia Records place it on the front cover ... Initially, the album was to be called Sex, Dope and Cheap Thrills, but the title was not received well by Columbia Records ... A variation of the title on the cover is used as the logo for the Cheap Thrills record label, owned by British DJ Hervé ...
John Robie - Discography - Appears On
1983 C'mon Stop (12", Single) Prelude Records 1983 Cheap Thrills (12") Tommy Boy Music 1983 Cheap Thrills (7") 21 Records 1983 Cheap Thrills (12") 21 Records 1983 Cheap Thrills (12 ... Planet Patrol (LP, Promo, Pur) Tommy Boy Music 1983 Planet Patrol (LP, Ltd, Pur) Cheap Thrills, Danger.. ... EMI America 1984 Zulu Break (Vinyl, MiniAlbum) Cheap Thrill, Play At.. ...

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