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Black Tar 16 (30) - 20 mixes

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    Black Tar 1890/6 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, 1970s heavy rock with hot riffing guitars & smoking Hammond
    3:05
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89006
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
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    Black Tar 2 1890/61 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, driving heavy rock with hot riffing guitars. No Hammond
    3:05
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89061
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
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    Black Tar 3 1890/62 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, 1970s heavy rock with smoking Hammond solo
    3:05
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89062
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
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    Black Tar 4 1890/63 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, driving heavy rock with hot riffing. No Hammond or lead guitar solo
    3:05
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89063
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
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    Black Tar 5 1890/64 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, 1970s heavy rock with hot riffing & Hammond. No lead guitar
    3:05
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89064
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
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    Black Tar 6 1890/65 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, driving heavy rock with hot riffing. No Hammond or lead guitar
    3:05
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89065
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
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    Black Tar 7 (60) 1890/66 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, 1970s heavy rock with hot riffing guitars & smoking Hammond
    1:00
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89066
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
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    Black Tar 8 (60) 1890/67 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, driving heavy rock with hot riffing guitars. No Hammond
    1:00
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89067
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
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    Black Tar 9 (60) 1890/68 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, driving heavy rock with hot riffing & Hammond. No lead guitar solo
    1:00
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89068
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
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    Black Tar 10 (60) 1890/69 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, 1970s heavy rock with hot riffing & Hammond. No rhythm guitars
    1:00
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89069
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
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    Black Tar 11 (60) 1890/70 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, driving heavy rock with hot riffing. No lead guitar or Hammond
    1:00
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89070
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
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    Black Tar 12 (60) 1890/71 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, 1970s heavy rock with hot riffing & Hammond. No ambient guitars
    1:00
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89071
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
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    Black Tar 13 (30) 1890/72 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, 1970s heavy rock with hot riffing guitars & smoking Hammond
    0:30
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89072
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
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    Black Tar 14 (30) 1890/73 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, 1970s heavy rock with hot riffing & Hammond. No rhythm guitars
    0:30
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89073
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
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    Black Tar 15 (30) 1890/74 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, driving heavy rock with hot riffing guitars. No Hammond
    0:30
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89074
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
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    Black Tar 16 (30) 1890/75 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, driving heavy rock with hot riffing. No Hammond or lead guitar
    0:30
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89075
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
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    Black Tar 17 (30) 1890/76 Gareth Johnson (PRS) | Chris Bussey (PRS)
    Classic, 1970s heavy rock with hot riffing guitars & Hammond. Alt ending
    0:30
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89076
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
  18. 0:07
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89077
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
  19. 0:03
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89078
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    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
  20. 0:01
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-13-89079
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    • Release Year2013
    FactoidIn 1856, 18-year-old chemist William Perkin discovered the first artificial dye (mauve) when conducting an expeiment with black coal tar. It was a fortuitous discovery as he was attempting to synthesise the anti-malarial drug quinine at the time.
  1. 3:43
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    2:37
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    Live Fast Die Happy 1355/9 7 mixes Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Dark & dirty heavy rock with pounding groove & guitar fireworks
    3:16
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    Off The Hook 1166/9 6 mixes Igor Dvorkin (PRS) | Duncan Pittock (PRS)
    Late 1960s, early 1970s guitar hero rock
    2:20
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    Superglide 1635/12 7 mixes Chris Blackwell (PRS)
    Epic, 1970's hard rock, supergroup stomp
    2:39
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    Swingball 1463/8 8 mixes Barrie Gledden (PRS) | Kes Loy (PRS) | Richard Kimmings (PRS)
    Big groove rock with huge guitar riffs, pounding drums & male vocal
    3:12
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