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  1. The Off-Beats - Betty Ann Bongo Breaks Her Arm by Veston Bruno. Ray Hoff & The Off Beats - Let's go () (AUSTRALIA, Beat, R&B) The Off-Beats, Cambridgeshire, UK - Sounds Of The.
  2. The Offbeats, Sydney, Australia. likes. Sydney based band with an aim to create music combining the raw, driving elements of Blues and Punk with the power and complexity of Rock and Prog, as well.
  3. Tim Boomer – Bass, Vocals – founded OFFBEATS in and is one of their primary composers. “The Bassist’s Bible”, his bass style book, published in (2nd edition ) is an encyclopedia of bass styles and he connected with world class bassists such as Paul Jackson (of Herbie Hancock’s Headhunters), Ron Carter and Nashville’s.
  4. Offbeat Records is a virtual store for people who love to collect vinyl and rare music memorabilia! -To view our inventory, scroll down to our store search and store categories!--To learn more about our grading, scroll down to the "Store Pages" menu, choose "Our Grading" and scroll down once again-. Since we have been specializing in bringing rare vinyl LPs, 45s, CDs, reel to reel tapes.
  5. Online shopping from a great selection at CDs & Vinyl Store. Online shopping from a great selection at CDs & Vinyl Store. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. $ $ 99 () The Dark Side of the Moon Pink Floyd $ $ 92 (3,) Harry Styles Harry Styles $ $ 06 (1,).
  6. Explore releases from Offbeats at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Offbeats at the Discogs Marketplace.
  7. The Off-Beats is an animated short on KaBlam! created by Mo Willems. It is similar to the Peanuts TV specials, because of its art-style and the jazzy soundtrack. It is about a group of misfits called The Off-Beats that are dealing with problems from a clique called The Populars.
  8. The Offbeats is an American musical band based in the Texas city of San Antonio with a garage rock or garage punk sound. Their music has been compared to The Strokes and The Clash and the group has been getting positive critical attention by music critics writing in San Antonio media. Music critic Jeremy Martin described their overall sound as "early ’60s garage rock through a post-post-punk.

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