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    Kanris

    6 years ago

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    Touch Up is Mother Mother's debut album released on February 27, on Last Gang Records. The album was self-titled when it was originally released in Two tracks were added when the band signed with Last Gang Records and the album was re-released in A video has been made for the song "Touch Up".
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    Salrajas

    6 years ago

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    Watch the internationally recognized short film, You Can Touch My hair, and join the conversation about the fascination of Black hair.
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    Mular

    6 years ago

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    Yozshutaur

    6 years ago

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    Aug 03,  · 1. We Feel Fine 2. Friendly Birds 3. Miss Teach 4. The Spiritual Death of Howard Greer 5. Down at Circe's Place 6. Alesha and Others
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    Taurn

    6 years ago

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    All the great songs and lyrics from the "Touch" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource.
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    Balkree

    6 years ago

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    UK label founded in Please refer to Touch (29) for artist credits. Touch has various sub labels which are reflected in the catalogue numbers of the releases: Touch Tone | T33 | Spire and others. Ash International, OR, The Tapeworm etc. are not sub labels of Touch. They are administered by the organisation but carry their own.
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    Daikus

    6 years ago

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    You Can Touch My Hair wasn't about hair. Hair was an entry point into a larger conversation. Hair was the vulnerability that we offered up, a bargaining chip we hoped would get us what we really want -- one brick on the bridge we need to really integrate as Americans.
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    Vudotilar

    6 years ago

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    Find Touch discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Touch emerged from St. Louis, Missouri during the turmoil and upheaval prevalent in the late '60s, and, like an increasing number of rock & roll bands during the time, took a lesson from folk music by.
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