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Greatest hits 1990-1999 : a tribute to a work in progress ...

The Black Crowes (performer)
Contains:
  • 1. Jealous again / The Black Crowes
  • 2. Twice as hard / The Black Crowes
  • 3. Hard to handle / The Black Crowes
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Publisher:
American, 2000
CD

Freak & roll... into the fog

The Black Crowes (performer)
Contains:
  • 1. Halfway to everywhere / The Black Crowes
  • 2. Sting me / The Black Crowes
  • 3. No speak no slave / The Black Crowes
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Publisher:
Eagle, 2006
CD

Before the frost...

The Black Crowes (performer)
Contains:
  • 1. Good morning captain / The Black Crowes
  • 2. Been a long time / The Black Crowes
  • 3. Appaloosa / The Black Crowes
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Publisher:
Silver Arrow, 2009
CD

Croweology

The Black Crowes (performer)
Contains:
  • 1. Jealous again / The Black Crowes
  • 2. Share the ride / The Black Crowes
  • 3. Remedy / The Black Crowes
Publisher:
Silver Arrow, 2010
CD

De afrekening van Studio Brussel. 4

Contains:
  • 1. Liberty song / The Levellers
  • 2. Nearly lost you / Screaming Trees
  • 3. Rockin' the res / John Trudell
Publisher:
Columbia, 1993
CD

De afrekening van Studio Brussel. 20, 2000 : the lost tracks

Contains:
  • 1. Karma police / Radiohead
  • 2. Army of me / Björk
  • 3. Only happy when it rains / Garbage
Publisher:
Universal, 2001

The Black Crowes on Wikipedia

The Black Crowes are an American rock band formed in Marietta, Georgia in 1984. Their discography includes eight studio albums, four live albums and several charting singles. The band was signed to Def American Recordings in 1989 by producer George Drakoulias and released their debut album, Shake Your Money Maker, the following year. Their follow-up, The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion, reached the top of the Billboard 200 in 1992. After a hiatus from 2002 …

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The Black Crowes