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  1. Find Spys bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - This US pomp-rock quintet was formed in by.
  2. SPYS Vinyl Records and CDs: Members: Ed Gagliardi, Al Greenwood, John Di Gaudio, John Blanco, Billy Milne: SPYS Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results. Artist: Title: Label: Cat Num: Barcode: Genre: Country: Seller: Price: to No Vinyl+CDR.
  3. SPYS set forth to deepen and further explore the then impopular pompous symphonic aspect of their rolemodels, who (covertly) operated within the progrock scene. On their debut they came up with an impressive batch of bright, upbeat songs, dominated by Greenwood's lush keyboards, with stabbing guitars, a solid backbeat, multilayered vocals and.
  4. Spys new songs, albums, biography, chart history, photos, videos, news, and more on Billboard, the go-to source for what's hot in music.
  5. Spy is the debut album by American indie rock group diodinhensperverobucatabliricep.xyzinfoed by Steve Albini, the album is a vinyl-only release, though it is available free on the band's website.. Track listing "Blame the Fakers" – "Underground" – "Break My Mind" – "Numb" – "Way Inside" – "Wonderful" –
  6. My Spy. 8, likes · 9 talking about this. He's a Pro. She's a Natural. MY SPY starring Dave Bautista - in cinemas across UK & Ireland from March
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  8. Spys was an American rock band formed in New York City in by Al Greenwood and Ed Gagliardi, who had been keyboardist and bassist, respectively, of Foreigner. They signed with EMI Records and released their debut album, Spys, in , produced by Neil Kernon. The album reached # on the Billboard chart and the single "Don't Run My Life" reached #82 on the Billboard Hot and #19 .
  9. The album was released on the heals of the Motorhead’s multi-year legal battle with their record company, but there are some who say that this was the band’s message to the censor-happy.

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