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VARIOUS : LPx2 THAI POP SPECTACULAR 1960s-1980s

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Label: Sublime Frequencies

Thai pop history has been largely ignored and neglected by the international musical community for far too long. By the late 20th century, Thai pop music had developed as many faces as localized roots music such as Molam or styles like Luk Thung or Luk Krung, (each with their own respective pop-sectors).

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DISQUAIRE DAY 2015, 2015-RELEASES

A1 –Unknown Artist Introduction - Welcome To Thailand

A2 –Buppah Saichol Roob Lor Thom Pai (There Are Many Handsome Men Out There)

A3 –Onuma Singsiri Mae Kha Som Tum (Papaya Salad Merchant)

A4 –Plearn Promdan Lung Dee Kee Mao (Uncle Dee Is A Drunk)

A5 –Johnny Guitar Fawn Ngeo (Dance Of The Ngeo)

A6 –Chailai Chaiyata & Sawanee Patana Kwuan Tai Duew Luk Puen (You Should Die By Bullets)

B1 –Sangthong Seesai Dek Kai Nuang Sue Pim (Newspaper Boy)

B2 –Gawao Siangthong Gao Guek (Wise Old Man)

B3 –Chai Muang Sing (aka: Man City Lion) Tid Lom Ta Lai (Drinking Whiskey Until I'm Blurred)

B4 –Kampee Sangthong Mai Na Lork Gun (Don't Deceive Me)

B5 –Generation Nan Nan Pob Gan Tee (Long Time No See)

C1 –Phet Potaram Koh Phuket (Phuket Island)

C2 –Kabuan Garn Yor Yod Yung Yong Gang Geng Nai Krai Lab (Look Whose Underwear Is Showing)

C3 –Pairoj Khor Tan Gor Mee Hua Jai (The Beggar Has A Heart)

C4 –Pumpuang Duangjan Sao Dok Kum Tai (Lady From A Flower)

C5 –Plearn Promdan Keng Ma (Dog Races)

D1 –Sangthong Seesai Tangkon Tangnae (We Both Think We're The Best)

D2 –Chai Muang Sing (aka: Man City Lion) Na Doo (Very Striking Girl)

D3 –Setha Dteuu (Bothering)

D4 –Duongdao and Chailai Mia Rai Duen (Monthly Wife)

D5 –Chalermpon Malakum Pleng Show

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VARIOUS : LPx2 THAI POP SPECTACULAR 1960s-1980s

VARIOUS : LPx2 THAI POP SPECTACULAR 1960s-1980s

Label: Sublime Frequencies

Thai pop history has been largely ignored and neglected by the international musical community for far too long. By the late 20th century, Thai pop music had developed as many faces as localized roots music such as Molam or styles like Luk Thung or Luk Krung, (each with their own respective pop-sectors).

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