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9 thoughts on “ You Will Hate This Song John - Portion Control - Progress Report 1980-83 (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Front - No Comment - LP is NM but LP sleeve has noticeable water damage on back, also MISSING THE 7 INCH - $ Front - Never Stop! 12” - VG+ - $5. Portion Control - ‘I Staggered Mentally’ (Dark Entries reissue) - NM - $ Portion Control - Progress Report - 86 - NM - $30 [PENDING] Laibach - Let It Be - VG+ - $
  2. If you like acts like VNV NATION, SEABOUND, tomrafonaperskowsstanatplotenclinsun.coinfo, MESH and IRIS, you will not be disappointed with this album. One of the strongest electropop albums for years! Released on the quality Swedish label Progress Productions, whose slogan “Quality .
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  4. Meltdown23 over 2 years ago Non DJ Centric partys wow, i remember one party looking for where the djs were, spent ages wondering where they was, but also totally non plus about finding them, the emphasis was on the music and not some djs on a podium, fantastic, i remember joking with my friends about there being no visible dj,s, and in the end i spotted 2 guys with 3 professional walkmans.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Orange Vinyl release of Progress Report on Discogs. Label: Vinyl-on-demand - VOD73 • Format: 7x, Vinyl LP, Compilation OrangeVinyl 7 Portion Control - Progress Report (, Orange, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(10).
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  7. Profound Lore Records ‎(PFLLP) Canada Sleeve NM, Record NM, inner, insert: Profound Lore Records ‎(PFLLP) Canada Sleeve NM, Record NM, inner, insert: Portion Control Progress Report () [Compilation] Vinyl-On-Demand ‎(VOD73) Germany Box NM, Sleeves NM, Records NM: Vinyl-On-Demand ‎(VOD73)
  8. PORTION CONTROL - PROGRESS REPORT (7LP by Vinyl On Demand) Before you start being jealous at the fact that Vital Weekly receives promo's from that wonderful, yet expensive deluxe label Vinyl On Demand: you're wrong. By exception I actually bought a copy, as a .

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