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  1. Kajijind says:
    Underground Sunshine ‎– Let There Be Light - Vinyl 12'' Lp/ VG+/ Psych Rock. $ $ Free shipping where they supported the Velvet Underground in , the same year their sole LP appeared. artists like this group, who left behind a brief and strong recorded legacy, but never really made it big time. The album's got a End date: Jul 19,
  2. Meztirr says:
    Underground Sunshine: Let There Be Light: ROCK LP S VG/VG+ COVER WEAR/SEAM WEAR/SEAM TEARS/SURFACE MARKS/SOME SURFACE NOISE: $ Add To Cart: Underground Sunshine: Let There Be Light (USED LP) S VG++/VG++ LIGHT RING WEAR/SEAM WEAR AND SPLITS/LIGHT SURFACE WEAR/WHITE LABEL: $ Add To Cart: Underneath: Cosmic Noise: ROCK LP .
  3. Zolom says:
    Dec 30,  · Underground Sunshine "Let There Be Light" {USA} [] - Psychedelic I stumbled acrosss this Ultra Rare Psych album a year or so ago and it has 1 track that is really good along with some covers of other bands songs that are Bubblegum style.
  4. Mahn says:
    Mar 12,  · Let There Be Light, an Album by Underground Sunshine. Released in on Intrepid (catalog no. IT ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Psychedelic Rock, Christian Rock/5(6).
  5. Terr says:
    rows · Underground Sunshine was an American psychedelic rock band from Montello, Wisconsin. .
  6. Yozshujas says:
    you are bidding on a lp by the band the underground sunshine called "let there be light". it was released on the intrepid label () out of the u.s. in the cover is very good with wear & the lp borders on near mintSeller Rating: % positive.
  7. Nikodal says:
    View all records by Underground Sunshine for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.
  8. Galar says:
    Label: Fontana - IT • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: New Zealand • Genre: Rock • Style: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock Underground Sunshine - Let There Be Light (, Vinyl) | .
  9. Jujora says:
    Aug 05,  · Their debut LP, Let There Be Light, soon followed, although the single "Don't Shut Me Out" fell just shy of the Hot -- the song was written by soft pop maestro David Gates, years later leading to false rumors that Underground Sunshine was in fact a precursor to Gates' own band, Bread.

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