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Sultan - What Made Milwaukee Famous - What Doesnt Kill Us (CD, Album)

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8 Comments to Sultan - What Made Milwaukee Famous - What Doesnt Kill Us (CD, Album)

  1. Faukora says:
    Baby's begged me not to go, so many times before, She said love and happiness can't live behind those swingin' doors, Now she's gone and I'm to blame, too late I finally see, What made Milwaukee famous has made a loser out of me. What made Milwaukee famous has made a loser out of me, What made Milwaukee famous has made a loser out of me.
  2. Arashizil says:
    May 20,  · What Made Milwaukee Famous' debut, Trying to Never Catch Up, was a snapshot of a band that knew its way around a tune, but hadn't found its own sound rasersingsurpoiter.leclockcourterstanwilmselibedeparthe.infoinfo felt more like a mix CD of.
  3. Dugore says:
    What Made Milwaukee Famous lyrics, What Made Milwaukee Famous discography sorted by album.
  4. Akishicage says:
    Mar 19,  · What Doesn't Kill Us Composer: What Made Milwaukee Famous Conductor: What Made Milwaukee Famous Label: Barsuk Records Release Date: Rated: NONE Media: CD Length: LP Format: Album Genre.
  5. Tajinn says:
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  6. Dolkree says:
    He was succeeded by his son Selim II (). Suleiman I, also known as Kanuni, and styled Suleiman the Magnificent, lived from to He ruled the Ottoman Empire from to as.
  7. Voodoojin says:
    Label: Barsuk Records - BARK71 • Format: CD Album Digipak • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Indie Rock What Made Milwaukee Famous - What Doesn't Kill Us (, Digipak, CD) | Discogs Explore4/5(2).
  8. Yosida says:
    "What's Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made a Loser Out of Me)" is a song written by Glenn Sutton. The song's title is a reference to beer, specifically Schlitz beer, which for many years was advertised with the slogan, "The beer that made Milwaukee famous.". In , Jerry Lee Lewis released his version as a single. It became a top 10 hit on Billboard's Country chart and also made a minor impact.

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