Le Pizz Off Song - Private Eye (5) - Private Eyes Blue Record (Vinyl, LP)

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    Aug 20,  · Private Eye, fronted by the Leggat brothers, came 'n went in the blink of an eye. The group from snow-covered Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, hit the scene in '79, with the release of the Private Eye LP, and was never to be heard from dergaupheluabcocir.withdriservmacnepabicatedalima.infoinfo uninpsired five songs from the B-side of Private Eyes leaves the listener not wanting any more, and that's just what we got/5(21).
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