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  1. Arajind

    Rock out and relax with the best in music. Shopping for music is all about finding the tunes you love at the prices that make you want to smile. At Walmart, it's easy to find your favorite artists and albums, while discovering new ones, too. Shop some of the most popular categories like pop, rock, country, rap/hip-hop, R&B/soul and Christian.
  2. Yolmaran

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Ghostly Sounds on Discogs.
  3. Makora

    An expansive, frequently updated list of upcoming releases in music. Our Upcoming Releases calendar includes upcoming albums, EPs, 7-inches, live albums.
  4. JoJojar

    Stream Ghost the Musical - Cast Album, a playlist by Ghost Cast Recording from desktop or your mobile device With your consent, we would like to use cookies and similar technologies to enhance your experience with our service, for analytics, and for advertising purposes.
  5. Gumi

    This is a two CD set of 80's hit (or well known) songs. A must for every 80's pop/rock collection! One song, however, sounds re-mixed, but nonetheless interesting. Thomas Dolby's 'She Blinded Me With Science' sounds interesting, to say the least! I don't know why they chopped up this one song in about 2 spots, but the re-mix is OK/5(5).
  6. Manos

    Ghost at the Grammys. Rock and Metal has found itself in a rut and whenever it seems like there are good bands about to go great, a large sum of people turn their backs on the bands and.
  7. Tojat

    It’s hard to believe that a full ten years have passed since Ghost formed in Linköping, Sweden. Behind their stupidly-catchy blend of polished riffs, hard rock hooks and high-flying choruses, the Satanic Swedes have released three progressively-ambitious studio albums, snagging the Grammy for Best Metal Performance and emerging as one of our world’s legitimate contenders for full.
  8. Arashik

    The riffs and chorus were stuck in my head from the first play, and now I'm going back and giving Ghost another chance. They didn't hook me with OE the first time around, but this time they definitely have. Love the album cover - makes me feel like I'm 8 or 10 again in my old house in Columbus while my dad plays medieval sounding metal/rock.

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