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Silence - Jimmy Skaffa - Cliché (CD, Album)

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  3. Jul 22,  · The Cliché opens with Song For The People, a danceable Rock song in the best 's tradition. Vocalist/guitarist Jimmy Young sounds like a cross between Escape Club's Trevor Steel and Corey Hart, alternately soaring and pouting through the vocal lines in a tradition with lineages in the heyday of Glam Rock.
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  7. It’s been 15 years since Ramallah have released a proper, full-length album. The last communication sent out to planet Earth, Ramallah’s Kill A Celebrity, was an album of scathing review towards society, celebrity worship culture, and the turmoil of global politics. With subjects ranging from unforgiving cynicism, to apocalyptic visions, it was not meant.
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