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Loud, Fast & Out Of Control – The Wild Sounds Of 50s Rock (4CD box set) (NO BOOKLET)

CD (Item 590475) Rhino (UK), Late 50s — Condition: Used
4 CDs
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A motherlode of raw rock, raunch, and other noise from the early days of rock and roll! 104 tracks from Eddie Cochran, Gene Vincent & his Blue Caps, Elvis Presley, Johnny Burnette, Carl Perkins, Ritchie Valens, Fats Domino, Amos Milburn, Duane Eddy, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry & many more.  © 1996-2021, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(Out of print, please note that the booklet is not included & is priced accordingly.)

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