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    Yozshugami

    6 years ago

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    “Space Truckin” is the seventh and final track on the “Machine Head” album and its lyrics talk of space travel. "Space Truckin’" Track Info Written By Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan.
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    Samurg

    6 years ago

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    Sep 18,  · Let's go space truckin': s probe Voyager 1 is now 14 billion miles from home One down, two to go: Astra's first attempt to reach orbit scuppered by iffy guidance Astroboffins reckon evidence of Martian life has probably been destroyed where liquid acid flowed on the Red Planet.
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    Vigar

    6 years ago

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    Aug 30,  · Space Truckin' is the 4th Beginner Difficulty track on Bloons Tower Defense 5. It was released in an update on August 30th, Debut: Bloons TD 5.
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    Nikocage

    6 years ago

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    Space Truckin' The fireball that we rode was moving But now we've got a new machine Yeah yeah yeah yeah the freaks said Man those cats can really swing They got music in their solar system They've rocked around the Milky Way They dance around with Borealis They're Space Truckin' everyday Come on come on Come on let's go Space Truckin' Come on come on come on Space Truckin' Come on come on .
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    Kenris

    6 years ago

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    Jul 28,  · Frehley delivers a faithful take on “Space Truckin’,” cranking up the guitars a bit to give Deep Purple’s pioneering hard rock sound some of the Author: Jon Blistein.
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    Vibar

    6 years ago

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    Lyrics to 'Space Truckin'' by Deep Purple: Well we had a lot of luck on Venus We always had a ball on Mars We meeting all the groovey people We've rocked the Milky Way so .
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    Kajit

    6 years ago

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    Length Space Truckin' is a song by British hard rock band Deep Purple. It is the seventh track on the Machine Head album.
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    Dounos

    6 years ago

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    It closes with "Space Truckin'," which takes the concept into the galaxy as lead singer Ian Gillan describes a wild ride through the solar system. Both songs are fueled by guitarist Ritchie Blackmore's power chords. Like many Deep Purple songs of this era, "Space Truckin'" started with a musical idea Ritchie Blackmore brought to the band.