Lovegod - The Soup Dragons - Lovegod (CD, Album)

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  1. Fezuru
    Find album release information for Lovegod - The Soup Dragons on AllMusic. Find album release information for Lovegod - The Soup Dragons on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases CD: Lovegod: Polydor: Digital: 6/
  2. Shakara
    Soup Dragons Love God 12" Vinyl Album LP SOUPLP2 First Pressing. $ + $ shipping. The Soup Dragons - Lovegod. $ + $ shipping. Picture Information. Opens image gallery. Image not available. X. Have one to sell? Sell now - Have one to sell? Shop with confidence Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. Shakarr
    The Soup Dragons: Lovegod ‎ (Cass, Album) Big Life: Netherlands: Vendi questa versione/5(46).
  4. Yotilar
    Sep 23,  · The Soup Dragons Lovegod Get It At Discogs The Soup Dragon's only commercially successful release, Lovegod was a definitive album of a short-lived but blissful movement in alternative dance that began in the late '80s and ended in the early '90s.
  5. Akinobei
    The Soup Dragons were a Scottish alternative rock band of the late s and early s. Named after a character in the s children's television show Clangers, the group is best known for its cover of the Rolling Stones' song "I'm Free", which was a top five hit in the United Kingdom in , and "Divine Thing", a Top 40 hit in the United States in
  6. Tagrel
    The Soup Dragon's only commercially successful release, Lovegod was a definitive album of a short-lived but blissful movement in alternative dance that began in the late '80s and ended in the early '90s. Lead with fellow Scotsmen Primal Scream and other proto-trip-hop bands like the Happy Mondays, the Charlatans U.K., the Stone Roses, and the Farm, the scene revolved around community--masses /5(15).
  7. Faele
    Lovegod, an Album by The Soup Dragons. Released in on Raw TV (catalog no. SOUP CD2; CD). Genres: Baggy / Madchester, Alternative Dance.
  8. Mazulrajas
    This isn't to say that Lovegod isn't an enjoyable album, though; in fact, it's quite the opposite: of the late-'80s/early-'90s explosion of British rock bands who made danceable rock music, the Soup Dragons were one of the most interesting and most fun.6/