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CD: The X Games: The Soundtrack Album by Various Artists (CD, Jun-1997, Tommy B... Audio Remixer: Danny Saber.Illustrator: Steve Wacksman.This soundtrack/compilation from ESPN blasts off with Bush's "Old," and doesn't let up for a second. The tone is alternative funk-punk through and through, and there are indeed some great tunes...
CD: Games People Play by The Peechees (CD, Aug-1997, Kill Rock Stars) Personnel: Chris Appelgren (vocals); Carlos Ca€edo (guitar); Molly Neuman (drums).Recording information: Toast, San Francisco, CA.
CD: Mind Games Live by Claudio Roditi (CD, Oct-1997, Summit Records) 
CD: Counting Games & Rhythms for the Little Ones by Ella Jenkins (CD, Nov-1997,... Compilation producers: Amy Horowitz, Anthony Seeger.Originally released on Folkways Records (7679). Includes liner notes by Ella Jenkins and Amy Horowitz.Audio Remasterer: Charlie Pilzer.Liner Note Author: Ella Jenkins.Editor: Carla Borden.Arranger:...
CD: X-Games, Vol. 3 by Various Artists (CD, Apr-1998, Mammoth) Producers include: Jay Gordon, J. Yuenger, Dave Charles, Steve Hillage, The Charlatans UK.Audio Remixer: The Chemical Brothers.Music from the X-Games, Vol. 3 contains a cross-section of alt-rock, ska-punk, electronica and post-Marilyn Manson metal...
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CD: El Lobo: Songs & Games of Latin America by Various Artists (CD, Jun-1998, R... 
Birthday Songs: Games & Fun for Your Party! [Blister] by Disney (CD, Mar-19...Personnel includes: Clarence "Ducky" Nash, Evangeline Archer, Tom Armbruster, Jeffrey Gunn (vocals).Producers include: Ted Kryczko, Gary Powell, Michael Silversher, Jymn Magon, Charlie Brissette, Ed Mitchell.As the title suggests, Birthday Songs...
CD: Foolish Games [Single] by Jem (CD, Jan-1998, Street Beat Records) 
CD: Sound Effects, Vol. 5: Sounds of Guns, Games & Electronic Effects by Variou... 
Games by Ronnie Jones (CD, Feb-1996, Hot Productions)Experimenting with touches of electro-funk and rap, the material on Games broadens Ronnie Jones' genre scope. While in ways it portrays him more as a novelty act than a soul crooner, it effectively demonstrates his penchant for fun vocal antics and...
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