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Bear Princess, The
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Bear Princess is one girl making a bunch of music for no one in particular. Animated Boyfriend, Bear Princess Split. An album of garage punk stompers that will stick in your ears like bubblegum to your shoes. Bandcamp New & Notable May 19, 2017. Never Give up by Abjects. Peppy garage punk with a positive message recalls the sunny fuzz of early Dum Dum Girls releases. Bandcamp New & Notable Feb 22, 2019. Dance Off, Digestion by Hearts and Rockets, Shrimpwitch.

Band Name Can't Bear This Party. Album Name Ain't No Princess. Data wpisu 10 Maj 2010. Wydawcy Truffle Shuffle Records. 1. What Would You Expect from Guys Like Us. 2. So Guarrelsome. 3. It's U Between T & V. 4. Ain't No Princess Down Here. 5. City's So Sad. 6. Yoko Dances Tonight (Never Let You Go). 7. Talk to the Phone Tone. 8. The War. 9. Sinking Ship. 10. From Here to a Better Place.

The Yellow Princess is the ninth album by American folk musician John Fahey. Released in 1968, it was his second and last release on the Vanguard label. The Yellow Princess was Fahey's second and last release on the Vanguard label. Denny Bruce, Fahey's manager, discussed the unwillingness of the label to provide a budget for additional musicians for Of Rivers and Religion with music critic Richie Unterberger, citing the reception of The Yellow Princess.

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The Princess Bride is a soundtrack album by British singer-songwriter and guitarist Mark Knopfler, released on 12 November 1987 by Vertigo Records internationally, and by Warner Bros. Records in the United States. The album contains music composed for the 1987 film The Princess Bride, directed by Rob Reiner. The album features the song "Storybook Love", written and performed by Willy DeVille and arranged by Mark Knopfler. In 1988, the song received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song.