Boxcar - People Get High album flac
Title: People Get High
Style: Trance, Euro House, Progressive Trance
MP3 album: 1444 mb
FLAC album: 1287 mb
Other formats: VOC RA MPC FLAC VOX AC3 VOC
Boxcar were an Australian electronic dance pop group formed in Brisbane in 1986. Their founding mainstay was David Smith on vocals, guitar and keyboards. Three of their singles appeared on the Billboard dance chart top 20, "Freemason (You Broke the Promise)" (1988, No. 8), "Insect" (1990, No. 20) and "Gas Stop (Who Do You Think You Are?)" (1990, No. 8). They released two albums on Volition Records/Sony Music Australia, Vertigo (1990) and Algorhythm (1994), before disbanding in 1997.
Boxcar – People Get High. A2. People Get High (Boxcar Original Mix). AA1. People Get High (Forthright Hard Dub). AA2. People Get High (Boxcar Moonlight Dub). Companies, etc. Pressed By – DFI.
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Vertigo is the debut release from the Australian synth-pop quartet Boxcar. Gas Stop" and "Insect" are highlights, and the delightfully bitter lyrics of "Hit & Run" are superb.
The Boxcar Stem is the perfect combination of stiffness, strength and light weight. Also +/- 15^ in 70 and 90mm, and +/- 7^ in 110mm. All screws are high strength stainless steel with the popular T25 head. Made in Chico, California with US sourced 2024 aerospace alloy. How’d we get it so light, while still being so strong? We started with obsessive computer design time, then took the strongest and highest quality alloy made (American 2024), and precision machined it t. 02 tolerance (that’s really tight for a stem). We use over 20 different end mills, drills, saws and taps to make 1 stem.
Album · 2012 · 10 Songs. With two other members on board, they join forces as People Get Ready; the resulting music feels like a tiny feather fluttering in the wind, buoyant and kinetic and free from gravity's restraints. Reker's voice veers between a sensual Bryan Ferry and-especially when paired with keyboardist Jen Goma (of A Sunny Day in Glasgow)-a quivering Russell Mael of the classic (and underrated) Sparks.
Welcome to Boxcar, a locally run independent business in Marylebone. Our aim is to always be ethical, to create a hub for the local community and to provide people with quality food & drink. As part of the farm-to-fork movement, our two venues offer ethically-sourced British produce & seasonally changing menus. We’d love to host your party or get-together at our Butcher & Grill. Whether it’s an intimate lunch with friends & family or drinks & canapés for the whole office, The Salt Room has room for 18 seated or 25 standing while The Atrium is a bright & airy dining space for up to 16 guests.