Think Big - Like A Tim - Red And Blue Boxing (CD, Album)

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  5. Think Big: B This Could Be Heaven Or This Could Be Hell: B New Colours: B AK B It Ain't Perfect Till It's Perfect: B Like A Tim: Red And Blue Boxing ‎ (CD, Album) Rephlex: CAT CD: Like A Tim: Red And Blue Boxing /5(32).
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  8. Mar 08,  · The Earthquake album - red cover blue lettering - has a great 15 minute track called "Things". This one is a real classic. IIRC, this was released on CD - not sure if it is still in print. As to other relatively unknown 70s bands, I'm going to take the easy way out in listing some more.

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