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Vinyl LP pressing including digital download. Radio Ethiopia is the second studio album by the Patti Smith Group. It released in October 1976 through Arista Records. The album was the follow-up record to Smith's widely acclaimed debut Horses. In interviews surrounding the album's release, Smith explained that she chose producer Jack Douglas in hopes of making the album a commercial success. The album's cover photograph is by Judy Linn, the back of the album features a photo by Lynn Goldsmith. The album was dedicated to Arthur Rimbaud and Constantin Brâncu?i.
Vinyl LP pressing including digital download. Radio Ethiopia is the second studio album by the Patti Smith Group. It released in October 1976 through Arista Records. The album was the follow-up record to Smith's widely acclaimed debut Horses. In interviews surrounding the album's release, Smith explained that she chose producer Jack Douglas in hopes of making the album a commercial success. The album's cover photograph is by Judy Linn, the back of the album features a photo by Lynn Goldsmith. The album was dedicated to Arthur Rimbaud and Constantin Brâncu?i.
889854384814

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SNYL
Rel. Date: 02/15/2019
UPC: 889854384814

Radio Ethiopia
Artist: Patti Smith
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $19.99
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DISC: 1

1. Ask The Angels (3:08)
2. Ain't It Strange (6:35)
3. Poppies (7:05)
4. Pissing In a River (4:41)
5. Pumping (My Heart) (3:20)
6. Distant Fingers (4:17)
7. Radio Ethiopia (10:00)
8. Abyssinia (2:10)

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Vinyl LP pressing including digital download. Radio Ethiopia is the second studio album by the Patti Smith Group. It released in October 1976 through Arista Records. The album was the follow-up record to Smith's widely acclaimed debut Horses. In interviews surrounding the album's release, Smith explained that she chose producer Jack Douglas in hopes of making the album a commercial success. The album's cover photograph is by Judy Linn, the back of the album features a photo by Lynn Goldsmith. The album was dedicated to Arthur Rimbaud and Constantin Brâncu?i.
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