Posts tagged "Vagrant"
SINGLE BIO: blink-182 - Misery (Liberator Music/Vagrant/BMG)

SINGLE BIO: blink-182 – Misery (Liberator Music/Vagrant/BMG)

DOWNLOAD PRINTABLE | DOWNLOAD IMAGES BLINK-182 MISERY (single taken from California (Deluxe) album out 19 May 2017 through Vagrant/BMG/Liberator Music) After delivering one of the most anticipated albums of 2016, Grammy-nominated pop-punk band blink-182 will be dropping the deluxe edition of California on Friday, May 19th. From California (Deluxe), blink-182 have released the new single...
ALBUM BIO: blink-182 - California [Vagrant/BMG/Liberator Music] (out Friday 1 July 2016)

ALBUM BIO: blink-182 – California [Vagrant/BMG/Liberator Music] (out Friday 1 July 2016)

DOWNLOAD PRINTABLE | DOWNLOAD IMAGES blink-182 CALIFORNIA (out 1 July 2016 through Liberator Music/Vagrant/BMG) Cynical Bored To Death She’s Out Of Her Mind Los Angeles Sober Built This Pool No Future Home Is Such A Lonely Place Kings Of The Weekend Teenage Satellites Left Alone Rabbit Hole San Diego The Only Thing That Matters California...
ALBUM BIO: Albert Hammond Jr. - Momentary Masters [Liberator Music / Infectious Music / Vagrant] (Out Friday, 31 July 2015)

ALBUM BIO: Albert Hammond Jr. – Momentary Masters [Liberator Music / Infectious Music / Vagrant] (Out Friday, 31 July 2015)

(out 31 July 2015 through Liberator Music/Infectious Music/Vagrant) 1. Born Slippy 2. Power Hungry 3. Caught By My Shadow 4. Coming To Getcha 5. Losing Touch 6. Don’t Think Twice 7. Razors Edge 8. Touché 9. Drunched In Crumbs 10. Side Boob “The earth is a very small stage in a vast cosmic arena. Think...
SINGLE BIO: Albert Hammond Jr. - Born Slippy [Liberator Music / Infectious Music / Vagrant]

SINGLE BIO: Albert Hammond Jr. – Born Slippy [Liberator Music / Infectious Music / Vagrant]

(single taken from Momentary Masters album out 31 July 2015 through Liberator Music/Infectious Music/Vagrant) Albert Hammond Jr. is pleased to share plans to release his third solo album, and first in five years, entitled Momentary Masters. The album’s name derives from a phrase in astronomer Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human...