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Red - Sneaks (4) - Gymnastics (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Red - Sneaks (4) - Gymnastics (CD, Album)

  1. Kigadal
    Sep 09,  · out of 5 stars minimalist, funk-throb grrrl rock Reviewed in the United States on October 27, The debut release from Washington D.C. artist Eve Moolchan gives us minimalist, funk-throb grrrl rock with a raw, addictive bass-thump drive over detached female vocals/5(6).
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  2. Taunris
    Find Sneaks discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.
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  3. Meztigami
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Gymnastics on Discogs/5(4).
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  4. Mebar
    Apr 13,  · First released on a self-titled limited tape / download in , then issued with two bonus tracks on LP as [b]Gymnastics[/b] in France via Danger Records in and picked up by Merge Records in the USA for LP and CD. Sneaks (4)/5(41).
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  5. Goltitaur
    Gymnastics is the brief but strangely entrancing debut by Washington, D.C.'s Eva Moolchan, who records under the name Sneaks. This curious little wonder of lo-fi, post-punk minimalism first appeared in , burrowing its way into the hearts of indie fans lucky enough to cross its robmiretsuberaperteczgavevicmidd.coinfo: $
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  6. JoJoshicage
    Gymnastics by Sneaks, released 09 September 1. Tough Luck 2. X.T.Y. 3. New Taste 4. No Problem 5. Red 6. Down in the Woods 7. True Killer 8. This Is 9. Figure 8 Someone Like That.
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  7. Gami
    out of 5 stars minimalist, funk-throb grrrl rock Reviewed in the United States on October 27, The debut release from Washington D.C. artist Eve Moolchan gives us minimalist, funk-throb grrrl rock with a raw, addictive bass-thump drive over detached female vocals/5(6).
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  8. Dalrajas
    Gymnastics is the brief but strangely entrancing debut by Washington, D.C.'s Eva Moolchan, who records under the name Sneaks. This curious little wonder of lo-fi, post-punk minimalism first appeared in , burrowing its way into the hearts of indie fans lucky enough to cross its path.
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