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Should I Stay Or Should I Go - Powerman 5000 - Copies, Clones & Replicants (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Release Details. Artist: Powerman Album: Copies, Clones & Replicants Year: Label: Cleopatra. Length: 39 min 11 sec. Subgenres. Industrial Rock. Record.
  2. Copies, Clones & Replicants is a Studio Album by Powerman released in Listen now for free!
  3. Powerman – Copies, Clones & Replicants (Limited Edition Gold LP) Powerman – Copies, Clones & Replicants (Limited Edition Gold LP) $ Should I Stay Or Should I Go 5. We’re Not Gonna Take It 6. Under The Milky Way. Related products. Sale!
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  5. It doesn't all have the Powerman signiture feel, but most of the tracks are still good. My favorites were 20'th Century Boy, Whip It, Devil Inside, and Should I stay Or Should I Go. Like others have said before, if you're not a huge fan of Powerman you may not care for this album. In my opinion, Spider One has never released a bad CD/5(24).
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  7. Product Description. Copies Clones & Replicants is the seventh studio album by Powerman , and their first (and only) cover album, continuing the return to their more traditional industrial metal sound, following after s Somewhere on the Other Side of Nowhere, but still keeping some of the pop-rock feels of their album Destroy What You Enjoy/5(26).

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