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  1. Faugore Reply
    out of 5 stars 17 Audio CD Doctor Who: Music And Sound Effects From The BBC Television Series By The 'BBC Radiophonic Workshop [Picture Disc] [Vinyl LP] [Stereo].
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    Video Game Breaks and Sound Effects Volume 2 / / Catalog Number: YOS Release Date: Nov 24, Publish Format: Commercial: Release Price Artist Discography. Websites. Commercial DJ Rob & DJ JS-1 - 'Video Game Breaks And Sound Effects Vol. 2' (Vinyl LP Battle Breaks) Detail - Underground Hip Hop - Store. Covers. Front.
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    Ghostly Sounds Halloween Horror Special Effects Spoken Work Vinyl LP Record $ $ shipping: + $ shipping. Vintage Sound Effects Vinyl Record, Volume 4 Stereophonic Super-Sound, $ + shipping. William Shatner Transformed Man Decca VG+/VG- Spoken Word. Unknown Artist Sound Effects (3 tracks repeated once) End date: May 11,
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    artist name: big sounds series vol 5 title name: of the drags format: lp disc condition: vg+ cover condition: vg++ year pressed: unknown catalog #: st other info: original insert inner sleeve, stereo, capitol records, drag racing / hot rod sound effects record usa inventory number: g
  5. Mezijas Reply
    This vinyl LP was created as a soundtrack to The Never-Ending Book, Part II, a large-scale installation that includes thousands of xeroxed images from the artist’s book collection, installed in a stage-like environment made of theatrical props and mural-sized posters.
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    Scooter vs Status Quo - Jump That Rock music Vinyl LP Whatever album at CD Universe, Scary but true, German hard house act Scooter enlist the help of rock veterans.
  8. Maulkree Reply
    The first known audio adaptation was a 7" (33⅓rpm) EP narrated by the Rev. W. Awdry himself (), with "background effects taken from real engines". This record, released in by Chiltern Records of Princes Risborough, contained two stories – Edward's Day Out and Edward and Gordon – from the first book in the Railway Series: The Three Railway Engines.
  9. Grogar Reply
    The sound engine in the still young Java game was not very powerful, so Rosenfeld had to be creative in his approach to creating sound effects and music. As a freelance artist, Rosenfeld was not on staff at Mojang, the company behind Minecraft. Rosenfeld still owns the rights to all his music in the game, and has released two albums featuring.