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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Pray TV - Flux at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Pray TV collection/5(5).
  2. Flux by Pray TV, released 28 January 1. Never Be Mine 2. Cold Dog Stew 3. Pinch 4. Change 5. Sorry 6. More 7. Spent 8. Ride 9. Something New Dirty Words 7A.M. Come Tell Me Slip Of The Tongue Pray TV's debut album released in Brooding and fast melodic rock with nods to Joy Division, Husker Du, Sonic Youth and The Replacements.
  3. Comment: Original CD Playside Visually Graded in Excellent Condition, a few very tiny light marks Only, Absolutely Flawless Play. Inserts Very Good, Case shows very minor general handling wear only. Looking for a loving home on a shelf of .
  4. Mikora at Flux by Pray TV, released 28 January 1. Never Be Mine 2. Cold Dog Stew 3. Pinch 4. Change 5. Sorry 6. More 7. Spent 8. Ride 9. Something New Dirty Words 7A.M. Come Tell Me Slip Of The Tongue Pray TV's debut album released in Brooding and fast melodic rock with nods to Joy Division, Husker Du, Sonic Youth and The Replacements.
  5. Pray TV. Melbourne, Australia. "Strapped to a post-Joy Division bass moan, guitars several kilometres thick chime and swell while drums crash like an epileptic juggler" - .
  6. PRAY TV - mr. spaceman EP 89 w Flux LP 91 Very underrated band just give a listen and you'll see! REPOSTED To open a downloaded file here you need to have something to open RAR files.I recommend the following safe and trusted application. (65) New Zealand (12) Nigeria (2) Northern Ireland (1).
  7. Pray TV were an Indie pop/Indie rock band from Melbourne, Australia. They existed from until their breakup in They released 4 CD albums, several 7" vinyl singles and a 12" vinyl EP. A compilation CD was released in The band reformed for a one-off reunion show at the Yarra Hotel in Abbotsford (Melbourne) on 31 January
  8. His first solo album was 's Kirka Keikalla (Kirka on a Gig), which was recorded live in a studio. In the early '70s he recorded Finnish versions of Simon & Garfunkel's "Mrs. Robinson" and "Scarborough Fair" with his brother Sammy Babitzin, whose life and own budding career ended in a car accident in The following years were downhill for Kirka and, in the early '80s, his career .

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