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19, 2008 on Bumstead Records. It was recorded in 2007, and produced by Gus Van Go and Werner F. The first single, "Hold Me in Your Arms" was released on
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UK punk and reggae, Fletcher formed Megative with ex-Stills producer Gus Van Go, songwriting duo Like Minds (Jesse Singer and Chris Soper) and dancehall
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band released their third full-length album, Conversationalist (mixed by Gus Van Go) on 9 September 2014. The group met while undergrad students at Mount
Hold Me in Your Arms (The Trews song) (135 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
MacDonald, John-Angus MacDonald, Jack Syperek and Sean Dalton Producer(s) Gus Van Go The Trews singles chronology Music video "Hold Me In Your Arms" on YouTube
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Zoo Baby, Gazoline announced a comeback with Gazoline III, produced by Gus van Go. 2012 - Futurbabymama - EP (Ambiances Ambiguës) 2014 - Gazoline (L-A be
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Lily released an independent album, Retro-Moderne. Produced in NYC with Gus Van Go, the record has a 60’s sound with girl group back-ups, spaghetti western
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Every Time My Mind Runs Wild, saw her collaborate with indie rockers Gus van Go, Werner F, and Liam O'Neil (known for his performances with the group
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David Schiffman. His approach was more minimalistic compared to that of Gus van Go (who produced Hello Master) and did not involve many of the studio techniques