|1||–June Rashava, Freaked Frequency||I Breath Notes (Dr. Hoffman Remix)||6:19|
|2||–Dr. Hoffman||Hello Stalker||6:29|
|3||–Dr. Hoffman And Cyrus The Virus||Reprogrammed||8:06|
|4||–Dr. Hoffman||No Previous Time||6:49|
Dr.Hoffman is back with some oldschool remixes and also new fresh unreleased tunes.
Back to School - EP Dr. Hoffman & Cyrus the Virus. I Breath Notes Remix. Freaked Frequency & June Rashava. 4 Songs, 27 Minutes. Hoffman on . Reprogrammed, 08:06. Now playing . Listen free to Dr. Hoffman Back to School - EP Hello Stalker, No Previous Time and more. 4 tracks 27:43. Back to School - EP. or open in our Desktop app. Cancel anytime. Killing Dr. Hoffman - Danny Elfman, Rick Wentworth, Metro Voices, Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School, Scott Price. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. DR HOFFMAN. DR HOFFMAN added 51 new photos to the album Discography. 6 March . 51 photos. DR HOFFMAN updated their website address. Back to School is a 1986 American comedy film starring Rodney Dangerfield, Keith Gordon, Sally Kellerman, Burt Young, Terry Farrell, William Zabka, Ned Beatty, Sam Kinison, Paxton Whitehead and Robert Downey Jr. It was directed by Alan Metter. The plot centers on a wealthy but uneducated father Dangerfield who goes to college to show solidarity with his discouraged son Jason Gordon and learns that he cannot buy an education or happiness. ВКонтакте универсальное средство для общения и поиска друзей и одноклассников, которым ежедневно пользуются десятки миллионов человек. Мы хотим, чтобы друзья, однокурсники, одноклассники, соседи. Title: Back to School 1986. Back to School is a cherished member of my VHS collection not only because of the late but inimitably immortal Rodney Dangerfield and his outrageous persona, but also because of its laceration of a favorite satiric target - college. Back to School came out in 1986 -a year after I graduated from Tufts University- and it nearly perfectly encapsulates if slightly exaggerates and skewers college life during the heedlessly hedonistic and materialistic '80s