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Tin Tin  - Volume 1 mp3 download Performer: Tin Tin
Album: Volume 1
Country: UK
Released: 1995
Style: Breakbeat, Hardcore, Jungle
Size MP3: 1290 mb.
Size FLAC: 1906 mb.
Rating: 4.9/5
Votes: 909
Other Formats: MP2 MP4 MP3 MP1 APE AC3 TTA

Volume 1 is the debut studio album by American alternative rock band CKY. Recorded at The Ground Hog Studios in Holland, Pennsylvania, it was produced, engineered and mixed by guitarist Chad I Ginsburg, and originally released on February 27, 1999 by Distant Recordings and Teil Martin International. Since its initial release under the title Camp Kill Yourself, the album has been reissued a number of times by various record labels with different titles and album covers.

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Tin Tin was a pop rock band, which first formed in Australia as The Kinetics in 1966. They relocated to the United Kingdom in 1969 and were renamed as Tin Tin, which comprised Steve Kipner (vocals, keyboards, percussion), Steve Groves (vocals, guitar, percussion), John Vallins (bass, guitar, vocals) and Geoff Bridgford (drums). In 1970 they issued a single, "Toast and Marmalade for Tea", which was a No. 10 hit on the Go-Set National Singles Chart in June the following year

Gibb not only produced Tin Tin, but also played on several songs on this album. Steve Kipner recalls that they had fun trying to play everything themselves without a designated drummer. Only Ladies Play Croquet" features Groves on guitar, both Groves and Kipner on drums and Gibb on harpsichord, bass, drums and mellotron.

Tin is one of the basic chemical elements. When refined, it is a silvery-white metal known for its resistance to corrosion and its ability to coat other metals. It is most commonly used as a plating on the steel sheets used to form cans for food containers. Tin is also combined with copper to form bronze and with lead to form solder. A tin compound, stannous fluoride, is often added to toothpaste as a source of fluoride to prevent tooth decay. The process of extracting tin from tin ore varies according to the source of the ore deposit and the amount of impurities found in the ore. The tin deposits in Bolivia and England are located deep underground and require the use of tunnels to reach the ore. The ore in these deposits may contain about . -1. Tin deposits in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand are located in the gravel along streambeds and require the use of dredges or pumps to reach the ore.

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Companies, etc.

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (SIde A machine stamped): HG 29 A-1-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (SIde AA machine stamped): HG 29 AA-1-1-1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HG 029 Tin Tin Volume 1 ‎(12", TP, W/Lbl) Homegrown Records HG 029 UK 1994

Despite the label saying 1994, this was definitely a 1995 release. All Homegrown releases from around 20 onwards are 1995 (I guess they just didn’t bother updating their labels). I can remember the time when this arrived in the record shops, and it always stuck in my mind what an odd release it seemed when compared with what was popular at the time.Although it was actually released in 1995 however, I agree with what others have said that this was probably made around late 1993 to early 1994, as it has that signature Ron Wells sound from that period. Why it took so long to get from DAT to being pressed up I’m not sure, but I’m very glad that it did. This was also the last release with the iconic UK map before the design changed when management of the label was handed over to DJ Pooch.
Its a hard pill to swallow that this was from 1995! This has 1993 Basement Records written all over it! The main but on the logo side is a smooth rolling 4/4 jungletekno Alex Reese/Jack Smooth-styled affair with standard Basement Records keyboard riffs and lush sexy strings. This one is the cut to play for sure, quite ruff and euphoric at the same time. Side AA2 is another wicked Basement Records style track which is very simmilar to M-Power. It has crazy breakbeats and a sick keyboard riff. Side AA1 is actually a house track thats just blah.
its from 1994 mate.