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I Know What I Think - Copernicus - Nothing Exists (Vinyl, Album, LP)

Akinoshakar - 29.05.2020 - DEFAULT /

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  1. Nothing Exists, an album by Copernicus on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  2. Copernicus' eccentric brand of spoken word started earning him a small underground cult following in downtown Manhattan venues in the late ‘70s, but it wasn't until that he fully took the plunge as a recording artist with his debut album, Nothing Exists (which was originally released as a vinyl LP and was reissued on CD by MoonJune in ).7/
  3. Apr 08,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Copernicus · Basia London Warsaw New York ℗ Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK.
  4. When looking at a vinyl set, it's important to look for some specific terms to help you know if the vinyl release is a rare or collectible one. Special edition - While this usually refers to a single release, special edition vinyl can be included in a box set. Autograph or signing - Some box sets or special vinyl records may be signed by the.
  5. also, whats up with that Seattle '89 album? They released box set collector's albums of their first four albums and in them they included live albums. I believe it's the same recording but finding the live LP alone will probably be about bucks.
  6. Based in Brooklyn, NY since the release of the first of his 14 improv art rock music albums containing the philosophy that nothing exists, this jazz great with the trademarked name of Copernicus, with nonstop evolution in his thinking, exerts the public to appreciate the evolution of his philosophy.
  7. Besides, I'm Dutch and new/unused vinyl sells for 20 to 30 euros in Holland, and I think that's just ridiculous. So today I bought two albums, namely "the B's" and "Surrealistic Pillow". The album cover for "surrealistic Pillow" is different from the one I knew.