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  2. HOME GROWN by Various Artists, released 02 February 1. Keem The Cipher - (the i in we) 2. Seneca B - Ethic 3. Rudemanners - Flow 4. Soho - Cenario 5. Kazumi Kaneda - Steep Cliff 6. Axian - Daydream 7. Idealism - Evenings 8. Arbour - Bump This 9. Knowmadic - Roam Oatmello - Juice Dominic Pierce - Energy Stream Borealism - Hxmegrxwn
  3. Brandon Bray‘s Polynesian disco music got a glimpse of sought-after recognition—the band had difficulty getting airplay before Home Grown II.“Polynesian Girl” by Brandon Bray and Brown Spice, a song about the beauty of Hawaii, featured the largest group on the album with an ensemble of twelve vingdisclangnirempfarhandlogebirdwirec.xyzinfoan disco music had it’s own place in the local music scene during the 70s.
  4. Home Grown was a North American skapunk/pop punk band formed in in Orange County, vingdisclangnirempfarhandlogebirdwirec.xyzinfo released three full-length albums and several EPs before disbanding in Their music is often characterized as pop punk, lyrically favoring humor and silly or satirical subjects.
  5. There are two bands with the name Home Grown, an American pop-punk band (1) and a Japanese reggae band (2). There is also Homegrown, a german Downbeat producer(3). (1) Home Grown was a pop-punk band from Orange County, California, and were/are a fan-favorite on Drive-Thru Records. After 11 years of being with Home Grown, Adam Lohrbach quit the band in February
  6. In , prolific radio DJ Ron Jacobs released Hawaii’s first volume in the Home Grown series. Ron had moved back home to Hawaii from San Diego and immediately fell in love with the music of the islands. While living and working in San Diego, Ron Jacobs produced the California city’s own Home Grown LPs. But he dreamed of a releasing Hawaii.
  7. The previous year's "Songs from Sopchoppy" may have marked his official comeback, but Home Grown marks his return to the folksiness and good humor that sustained his greatest hits of the 60s and 70s. The latest cast of characters includes a widowed highway samaritan turning a twist on "Phantom ," a lovable neighborhood eccentric with a /5(8).
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of That's Business on Discogs. Label: Liberation Records (3) - L • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • .

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