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  1. Voodoogul
    7" Single on 45cat: The Kinks - How Are You / Killing Time - London - UK - LON 45worlds 45spaces 45cat. Welcome Guest! () does include albums that got into the 80's and 90's but I can't find any singles doing so, I think it sticks to the Top 75 for them.
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  2. Kat
    (It's the killing time) From now till then (Killing time), Not knowing when They're watching me, I'm watching them Standing by the empty mine (Killing time) It's a killing time I know it well Killing time Until the bell Too late to change, too soon to tell And in between, the killing time (Killing time) Giving me hell Up above the stars still shine.
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  3. Mele
    Released in late , "Think Visual" is the first album the Kinks did for MCA Records. Arista Records seemingly sensed that the Kinks period of commercial renaissance was over following the dropoff in sales of 's "Word Of Mouth". Indeed, the sales dropoff continued with "Think Visual", but /5(22).
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  4. Branris
    This album SKIP is the second one of KILLING TIME, a Japanese bizarre experimental jam outfit formed in by three Chakran guys. They have introduced various worldwide music scenes, brought various instruments, and played skillfully for every situation under their imaginary tale.
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  5. Malatilar
    There is a period in Kinks' history which is full of extraordinary but neglected records that keep the individual style of the band adding a strange and idiosyncratic kind of melody that to me delivers an almost magical balladolisgraveldefenderperilore.xyzinfo of mouth, State of confusion,and Think visual are some of my favorite records of this period, and songs like Video shop, Working in the factory and Lost and found 4/5(8).
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  6. Kagatilar
    Released in late , "Think Visual" is the first album the Kinks did for MCA Records. Arista Records seemingly sensed that the Kinks period of commercial renaissance was over following the dropoff in sales of 's "Word Of Mouth". Indeed, the sales dropoff continued with "Think Visual", but /5(33).
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  7. Vidal
    Jun 25,  · Every one of these albums has at least a couple of great tracks, although Think Visual is one of my least favorite albums by them (Working at The Factory and Killing Time are great though). The first Kinks album I heard was One For the Road on a cassette that my brother borrowed from a friend and I basically adopted.
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  8. Meztilar
    Cassette: Lost And Found/Killing Time: 3 Apr, London LON 7" vinyl single, 45 RPM: Lost And Found: 3 Apr, London LONX 12" vinyl single, 45 RPM: The Official Ray Davies Interview (Extracts from Think Visual LP) 3 Apr, London LONX1 12" vinyl single, 45 RPM: The Kinks Collection: Jun Castle Communications.
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