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8 thoughts on “ Thursday The Twelfth - Bankstatement - Throwback (CD)

  1. Bankstatement - Throwback / Thursday The Twelfth - Atlantic - USA () Previous on Label. Lists. CD Albums: CD Singles: 7" Singles: 12" Singles: Tape Media: Classical Music: Music Memorabilia: Cinema: TV: DVD & Blu-ray: Magazines: Books: Video Games: Create Your Own World. 45worlds for movies, music, books etc.
  2. Bankstatement, an album by Bankstatement on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. Even though Bankstatement is my least favorite of Tony's, I still like it and rank it higher than 'We Can't Dance'. Even the hit, Throwback, which originally was written more proggy Tony once said (or something to that effect) has a nice middle section.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bankstatement - Throwback at Discogs. Complete your Bankstatement collection/5(13).
  5. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Bankstatement at sterlighclinindeipeacancematisiged.coinfo Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.
  6. Bankstatement is a studio album by Genesis keyboardist Tony Banks, issued under a band name and released in The other band members were singers Alistair Gordon and Jayney Klimek. Banks had the idea for Bankstatement after hearing of the success that Mike + The Mechanics were having in both Europe and America. It was Banks' third studio album.
  7. Thursday the Twelfth (LP/MC: Virgin V / TCV ) Throwback [LP Mix] I'll Be Waiting Queen of Darkness That Night Raincloud The Border Big Man A House Needs a Roof The More I Hide It Diamonds Aren't So Hard [CD Extra track] Thursday the Twelfth (CD late Virgin CDV ).
  8. Diamonds Aren't So Hard (CD bonus track) CD bonus tracks! Those were the times when not everything fit on an LP and people needed an incentive to buy the new media. The reviewer's first version of Bankstatement was the LP, so he got to know this song only later. It is another one from the stack of seemingly naive harmless Banks songs, yet.

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