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Firetime - Jean-Paul Sartre Experience - The First EP & Love Songs (Cassette, Album)

Firetime - Jean-Paul Sartre Experience - The First EP & Love Songs (Cassette, Album)

  • Zurisar says:
    make offer - jean-paul sartre experience - first ep & love songs (rare nz cassette tape) Gladys Knight & The Pips - All Our Love () Cassette RARE (VG+) EUR
  • Shabei says:
    "Love Songs", the first JPSE disc is a classic of NZ jangly soft-guitar, and is alone worth the price of this set. The remaining discography is all very listenable, and very well-.
  • Zolojar says:
    Six years in the making, Fire Records is proud to release the comprehensive box set I Like Rain: The Story of The Jean-Paul Sartre formapatitimirobattbifaherzsig.infoinfo under exclusive license from Flying Nun Records, the 3 LPs and assembled bonus tracks showcase the group that best encompasses that label's difficult arc from scrappy cult label in the '80s to a corporate-minded takeover in the '90s.
  • Gojind says:
    Buy Love Very Good Plus (VG+) Music Cassettes and get the best deals at the lowest prices on eBay! Great Savings Free Delivery / Collection on many items JEAN-PAUL SARTRE EXPERIENCE - FIRST EP & LOVE SONGS (RARE NZ CASSETTE TAPE) £ FIRST EP & LOVE SONGS (RARE NZ CASSETTE TAPE) £ + £ postage.
  • Faukazahn says:
    These were then released as a cumulative album, which was initially also named Love Songs, and then expanded and changed to The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience, just to confuse archivists. The end result is quite a collection of genuine pop-classics, and was the moment in time when The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience was really hitting their stride.5/5(2).
  • Zulkikasa says:
    Now, decades later, a collection of the band’s songs entitled I Like Rain: The Story Of Jean Paul Sartre Experience is set for an August 7 release via the UK’s Fire Records. To understand Dave Yetton’s New Zealand is to understand a culture coming to grips with its place in the world.
  • Bramuro says:
    Formerly bassist and one of three songwriters in NZ s/90s band The Jean Paul Sartre Experience (subsequently known as JPS Experience, JPSE), David Yetton has cleaned out his computer hard drive with a wry-titled cassette album called “Move to Trash (Bits, Pieces, Offcuts & Stuff)” released on Hamburg-based cassette label Thokei formapatitimirobattbifaherzsig.infoinfo’s “Heads in the Clouds” from it.
  • Nezragore says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of The First EP & Love Songs on Discogs.5/5(1).

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