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... in alternative music between the electronic and rock camps and seeks to explain how Republica aims ...
News: Republica...The Damned
Melody Maker (1997) Vol. 74, No. 50, pp. 6
... Briefly covers various items that were stolen from British pop band Republica as they attended an ...
Psychobabble: Saffron (Republica)
Melody Maker (1999) Vol. 76, No. 31, pp. 22
... Interviews vocalist Saffron from the rock band Republica regarding her opinion on various life ...
World View: Republica
Keyboard (1996) Vol. 22, No. 11, pp. 10
... Profiles the British electronic dance music-influenced rock band Republica, which features ...
Bananas Republica
Melody Maker (1997) Vol. 74, No. 26, pp. 16-17
... Profiles pop band Republica, noting their appeal in both America and in Europe. Surveys their ...
Ready or Not
Melody Maker (1997) Vol. 74, No. 8, pp. 23
... Profiles the British rock band Republica, who have achieved notable success in America with their ...
Ready to Go-Kart
Melody Maker (1997) Vol. 74, No. 51-52, pp. 20
... bands Symposium, Republica, and the Lightning Seeds. Includes quotes from several of the participating musicians. ...
... Briefly profiles punk-influenced dance duo Republica, whose self-titled album has become a success ...
... place at the Crystal Palace in London. Covers performances by Republica, Paul Weller, Skunk Anansie ...
... . Examines performances by Republica, the Longpigs, Cast, Dodgy, Ocean Colour Scene, and Radiohead. ...
... Chronicles the recent success of the band Republica. Discusses the backlash in the British press ...
... Profiles British dance-influenced rock band Republica, whose self-titled album on deconstruction ...
Rebellious Jukebox: Saffron
Melody Maker (1997) Vol. 74, No. 13, pp. 26
... Saffron, singer from the British pop band Republica, briefly discusses eleven of her favorite ...
!Vencer o morir!
s.n. ([Madrid?) 1896?]
Himno Nacional Republicano
Aguirre Hermanos (Madrid) [1873]
El triunfo de la República
[s.n.] ([Madrid]) [1873]
Os Lanceiros da Republica: Quadrilha, para piano
Pernambuco Prealle & Compa., suc. de Vor. Prealle
El 11 de febrero de 1873
Antonio Romero (Madrid (Calle Preciados, 1)) [1873]