Secret Life

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Secret Life (band) - History
... The first release by Secret Life was a white label recording called "Spanish Lullaby", written and produced by Andy Throup and Jim Di Salvo ... Bryant and Throup co-wrote most of Secret Life's material ... Contemporaneous to the development of Secret Life, Throup was also working with others involved with techno and house music, such as noted techno and house DJ Lenny Dee ...
Billy Ruffian (band) - Biography
... Recorded during the Spring, “My Secret Life” was released at the end of May to varied reviews, including a 4 star ‘album of the week’ review from Manchester Music ... Money” and “Whipping Boy” were taken from “My Secret Life” and released on an accompanying single along with the non-album cut “My Secret Life” ...
List Of The Secret Life Of The American Teenager Characters
... The Secret Life of the American Teenager is a television series created by Brenda Hampton ... In addition, Secret Life features multiple guest stars each week, some having larger roles than others ... how virtually everyone at school carries a secret or an unexpected problem ...
List Of Films: S - S - Se-Sg
1951) Secondhand Lions (2003) Seconds (1966) Secret (2007) The Secret (2006) Secret Admirer (1985) Secret Agent (1936 1947) Secret Beyond the Door (1948) Secret Ceremony (1968) The Secret ...
Secret Life - Theatre
... The Secret Life (play) a play by Harley Granville-Barker. ...

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