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Lookout Weekend - Various - Q107 Mix (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The original singer who did "Lookout Weekend" and "When I Hear Music" was changed in to another singer. I don't know why the original Debbie Deb was changed. The original Debbie Deb from '84 released an album in '95 with the song "There's A Party Goin' On" These 4 songs were originally released on vinyl on Jam Packed Records.
  2. Debbie Deb Mega Mix Medley - EP There's a Party Goin' On EP When I Hear Music, Lookout Weekend, There's a Party Goin' On Trinere & Friends Greatest Hits Lookout Weekend - Single You May Also Like See All. Company B Company B Don't Stop the Rock (Remastered) Freestyle Hits Anthology, Vol. 1 Stevie B Hits Anthology.
  3. Dec 16,  · Lookout! Records seems to be back. In November the label released The Lookouting! as part of Record Store Day’s Black Friday event. The two LP live compilation was recorded at a Lookout reunion of the same name a year earlier. The recordings and performances are descent and the album manages to represent artists from.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Lookout on Discogs/5(7).
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  7. Background. On July 17, , Twin Peaks announced the release of Lookout Low, as well as premiered the first single "Dance Through It", after teasing it on social media. " Ferry Song" was released as the second single on August 20, , and "Oh Mama" was released as the third single on September 10, Outtakes "Our World" (alternately titled "Still Our World") was released as the.
  8. For many years, Christian Standard Media has been challenged by steadily declining subscriptions to our print magazines, Christian Standard and The Lookout. The commensurate drop in revenue presented an opportunity for a non-profit ministry to purchase the magazines—and much of our Restoration Movement heritage—from a for-profit company.

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