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“But he used that pain to produced Steel Train's second album, "Trampoline" - a life-affirming disc marked by plenty of quirks and hooks - which in turn improved his own health.”
“We also get to see one of the new line types, namely the Trampoline line, in greater detail, both in use and in demonstration.”
“My personal high-five song, or a song that makes me feel great, is "Trampoline" by Dylan Murray.”
“Fool #1 from "Trampoline", a live performance doesn't do his voice justice.”
“Henry now dismisses his work before the 1996 "Trampoline," his first venture into home recording and digital technology.”
“Trampoline" as a trademark for what has become a joy-inducing device for backyard tumblers, fitness freaks and, since 2000, Olympic athletes.”
“The most obvious is Manny (the trampoline thief in the story "Trampoline").”
“In Nachtwey's "Trampoline," children from the impoverished Soweto township in South Africa seem to bounce beyond the gravity of their worldly troubles.”
“The ingenious video for their new single, Trampoline, is also worth a look.”
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