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Various - Lullabies From The Axis Of Evil

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2004
Label: Indigo - 5496-2,Strange Ways Records - Way 232 • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Alternative Rock, Smooth Jazz, Future Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
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  1. Mezil Permalink
    Oct 26,  · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Lullabies from the Axis of Evil - Various Artists on AllMusic - - The idea is excellent -- giving a human face to 6/
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  2. Mikazuru Permalink
    In the Norwegian record label Kirkelig Kulturverksted published the CD Lullabies from the Axis of Evil containing 14 lullabies from Iran, Iraq, North Korea, Palestine, Syria, Afghanistan and Cuba. Every lullaby is presented in its original form sung by women from these countries, and then a western version with interpretations in English.
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  3. Nirisar Permalink
    Lullabies From the Axis of Evil, a Various Artists Album. Released 26 October on KKV (catalog no. FXCD; CD). Genres: Pop, Lullabies/5(1).
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  4. Kagalrajas Permalink
    Lullabies from the Axis of Evil () is an album collecting traditional lullabies sung by women from Iraq, Iran, and North Korea ("the axis of evil"), as well as Syria, Libya, and Cuba ("beyond the axis of evil"), plus Afghanistan and Palestine, mixed with Western performers singing translated versions of the zululardrelaanayariel.infoinfoer: Erik Hillestad.
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  5. Mesho Permalink
    Listen to your favorite songs from Lullabies from the Axis of Evil by Various artists Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
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  6. Mibar Permalink
    Dec 26,  · The lullabies chosen are from places that Mr. Bush deemed the axis of evil. The title may put some off, but if the time is taken to hear the haunting, loving lullabies a new understanding about our humanity can be fostered/5(16).
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