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Workout to the Running Cadences U.S. Military
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by Hard Corp and U.S. Armed Forces (Documentary Recordings, 2011), 40 mins
by Hard Corp and U.S. Armed Forces (Documentary Recordings, 2011), 40 mins
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by U.S. Armed Forces (Documentary Recordings, 2011), 40 mins
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Exercise to the Marching Cadences U.S. Army Airborne Vol. 2
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by Hard Corp and The U.S. Army Airborne (Documentary Recordings, 2011), 38 mins
by Hard Corp and The U.S. Army Airborne (Documentary Recordings, 2011), 38 mins
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Workout to the Running Cadences U.S. Army Airborne Rangers Vol. 2
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by U.S. Army Airborne and U.S. Army Airborne Rangers (Documentary Recordings, 2011), 40 mins
by U.S. Army Airborne and U.S. Army Airborne Rangers (Documentary Recordings, 2011), 40 mins
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Exercise to the Marching Cadences U.S. Army Airborne & Infantry
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by Hard Corp, U.S. Army Infantry, U.S. Army Airborne and The U.S. Army Airborne, The U.S. Army Infantry (Documentary Recordings, 2011), 42 mins
by Hard Corp, U.S. Army Infantry, U.S. Army Airborne and The U.S. Army Airborne, The U.S. Army Infantry (Documentary Recordings, 2011), 42 mins
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Workout to the Running Cadences U.S. Navy SeaBees
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by Hard Corp and U.S. Navy Seabees (Documentary Recordings, 2011), 40 mins
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The Almond
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by Nate Wooley; in The Almond (Pogus, 2011), 1 hour 12 mins
by Nate Wooley; in The Almond (Pogus, 2011), 1 hour 12 mins
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Almost New York
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by Charles Curtis, cello, Joseph Kubera, piano, Robert Dick, flutes, Danny Tunick, vibraphone, Robert Dick, flute, Robin Hayward, tuba and Alvin Lucier (Pogus, 2011), 1 hour 52 mins
by Charles Curtis, cello, Joseph Kubera, piano, Robert Dick, flutes, Danny Tunick, vibraphone, Robert Dick, flute, Robin Hayward, tuba and Alvin Lucier (Pogus, 2011), 1 hour 52 mins
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by Recon Marines (Documentary Recordings, 2011), 41 mins
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One Nation
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by Flying Down Thunder, Rise Ashen (Winnipeg, MB and Ottawa, Canada: Balanced Records Inc., 2011), 1 hour 2 mins
Rise Ashen and Flying Down Thunder deliver a new and unique sound, sharing Algonquin language and chanting through Indigenous and urban electronic music.
by Flying Down Thunder, Rise Ashen (Winnipeg, MB and Ottawa, Canada: Balanced Records Inc., 2011), 1 hour 2 mins
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