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Marbles Explode - Enon - Marbles Explode (Vinyl)

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  1. Lee left the band, and Enon went on to release Hocus Pocus in , and a collection of singles and previously difficult to find internet-released songs with a bonus DVD entitled Lost Marbles & Exploded Evidence in February In , all three members of Enon contributed to Les Savy Fav's album Let's Stay Friends.
  2. Lost Marbles And Exploded Evidence-- playing off seven-inches entitled "Evidence" and "Marbles Explode", both included-- collects Enon's non-LP material released on wax, as mag promos, and web.
  3. Mar 05,  · Thank you for 30, subscribers:D This marble race features 20 different marbles that will attempt to not blow up. Who will survive? Subscribe for more: ht.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Enon - Lost Marbles And Exploded Evidence at Discogs. Complete your Enon collection/5(16).
  5. Listen free to Enon – Lost Marbles and Exploded Evidence (Knock That Door, The Nightmare of Atomic Men and more). 16 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at sparziptosatertiserbiofranymforca.coinfo
  6. Lost Marbles & Exploded Evidence is a collection of B-sides and rarities from the band sparziptosatertiserbiofranymforca.coinfo was released February 22, Track listing "Knock that Door" "The Nightmare of Atomic Men" "Adalania (Not So Fair)".
  7. Enon was an indie rock band founded by John Schmersal, Rick Lee, and Steve Calhoon that was active from to ; however, for most of its history, Enon was a three-piece outfit composed of Schmersal, Toko Yasuda, and Matt Schulz. Though situated for a time in Philadelphia, Enon was known for being part of the New York music scene.
  8. Enon Lost Marbles and Exploded Evidence, good album New York synth anti-pop group tidies up its archives, but not too tidily From electro shuffles to punk vamps, this compilation of singles and other odd tracks is something of a jumble, which is exactly how the New York combo likes it/5(4).

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