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    Who Do You Voodoo? - Witchdoktors - Brain Machine (CD, Album)

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    1. Ganos

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      Listen to music from Witchdoktors like No Pain No Gain, High Society & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Witchdoktors.
    2. Akimuro

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    3. Tegrel

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      Oct 08,  · REMASTERED IN HD! Music video by Godsmack performing Voodoo. (C) Universal Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. #Godsmack #Voodoo #Remastered #Vevo #Rock #OfficialMusicVideo.
    4. Grozshura

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      May 31,  · The result was “Maggot Brain,” 10 minutes of Hendrix-style guitar anguish. This is the heaviest rock album the P-Funk ever created, but it also made room for the acoustic-guitar funk of “Can.
    5. Mazule

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      Killing Machine Killing Machine. wishlist in wishlist Voodoo Eye (gift given) by Witchdoktors. Voodoo Eye. by Witchdoktors. favorite track wishlist in wishlist» You own this · buy now · hear more Fuck You Brain. by Ginger Wildheart & Ryan Hamilton. favorite track.
    6. Vurisar

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      Another solid album by % independent artist Twisted Insane. I have been following him since the first time I heard "Black Magic" and "Spider In The Night" around 10 years ago. His music gets better and better with every release. This and Insane Asylum are must-have albums/5(48).
    7. Akinojora

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      Gov't Mule's Déjà Voodoo is the record guitarist Warren Haynes and drummer Matt Abts have been looking to make for a long time. Since the death of Allen Woody in August , after the landmark Life Before Insanity, the Mule has been making records with guest bass players, most of them jam-oriented albums in live settings.
    8. Makinos

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      Wall of Voodoo was a New Wave band in The Eighties. Formed in Los Angeles in , the band had two line-ups: one with Stan Ridgway as singer, another with Andy Prieboy. The band's earlier sound (less so on the later albums) could be described as Something Completely Different, not unlike Devo. But instead of electronic dance music, their style was "Ennio Morricone meets New Wave". They made.

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