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Cut Your Hair - Various - Matador Music - Volume Two

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  1. Yojin Permalink
    The discography of Pavement, a Stockton, California-based indie rock group, consists of five studio albums, four double-length reissues, one compilation, ten extended plays, and five zululardrelaanayariel.infoinfo list does not include material performed by members or former members of Pavement that was recorded with Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, Silver Jews, Preston School of Industry, Free Kitten, The Crust Compilation albums: 7.
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  2. Zutaur Permalink
    This remastered mid-priced, track Greatest Hits collection, chosen by the band, ranges from their Top 10 Modern Rock hit 'Cut Your Hair' to nearly all their singles, some underrated album tracks, 3 choice pre-Matador cuts and one obscure compilation track singing the praises of REM (?!).
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  4. Goltigrel Permalink
    Explore releases from the Treble Kicker Music label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Treble Kicker Music releases. Cut Your Hair ‎ (7", Single) Various: What's Up Matador.
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  5. Meztigrel Permalink
    2 of the first documentaries ever made about music* are set to grace Austin’s silver screen later this month when Alamo Drafthouse teams up with End Of An Ear and Matador to bring you Watch Me Jumpstart and Slow Century — two films about esteemed Matador alums Guided By Voices and Pavement — as part of the Alamo’s Music Monday Series.
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  6. Nakora Permalink
    Feb 09,  · Nothing at all. Relaxing Rain and Thunder Sounds, Fall Asleep Faster, Beat Insomnia, Sleep Music, Relaxation Sounds - Duration: Jason Stephenson - .
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  7. Vudosho Permalink
    Mar 21,  · The energy and emotion were still there but the songs were more subtle and diverse - "Cut Your Hair" was Pavement's first pure pop moment, and an MTV hit. The album also featured slower songs such as the bleak "Newark Wilder", and one of their all-time classics, the countryfied "Range Life".
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  8. Mazukora Permalink
    Nov 24,  · HI! If you know me very well you know how much I do love my long hair. If you don't know me I'm telling you it's so important but in this video you will see how short I cut it for a good reason.
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  9. Daibei Permalink
    “Cut Your Hair” was the closest that Pavement came to mainstream success, as it reached #10 on Billboard’s Hot Modern Rock Tracks in
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