Eruption - Fight Fight Fight download album
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Fight Fight Fight Tracklist. 1. Go Johnnie Go (Keep On Walking, John . Lyrics. About Fight Fight Fight. Fight Fight Fight Q&A. More Eruption albums.
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Artist: Eruption Title Of Album: Fight Fight Fight Year Of Release: 1980 Label: Hansa International Country: International (Jamaica, Ghana, Curaçao, Guyana) Genre: Electronic, Reggae, Funk, Soul, Disco Quality: FLAC (image+.
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Artist: Eruption Title Of Album: Fight Fight Fight Year Of Release: 1980 Label (Catalog Hansa International Country: International (Jamaica, Ghana, Cura?ao, Guyana) Genre: Electronic, Reggae, Funk, Soul, Disco Quality: FLAC ( image+.
Fight Fight Fight 10:12 A4. It's Alright 14:04 A5. Go Ahead 17;34 A6. We Gotta Talk About It 21:15 B1. Call My Name 25:07 B2. Stand Up And Sing Hallelujah 28:23 B3. Spaced Out 32:07 B4. Come Back To Me 35:54 B5. Moonlight 39:40 B6. Heading For The Top Bonus: 42:46. Kim Davis, an experienced gritty-voiced soul singer since the 60s, joined them and recorded the group's third album Fight Fight Fight which included another German Top 10-hit with Go Johnnie Go in May 1980. Sadly things took a bad turn. Kim Davis never got to experience her big hit as she passed away from a brain hemmorhage.
Download Free eBook:Eruption - Fight Fight Fight (1980) - Free epub, mobi, pdf ebooks download, ebook torrents download. Tracklist : 01. Go Johnnie Go 02. You 03. Fight Fight Fight 04. It& Alright 05. Go Ahead 06.
Although best known for their 1978 smash hit "I Can't Stand the Rain," which catapulted vocalist Precious Wilson into the solo arena, Eruption nonetheless remained intact and continued to record their odd English/Jamaican hybrid of disco lite. This album is no exception. Adding Kim Davis to the mix, Eruption cruises through a set which, in light of just how strong the genre could be, is pretty bland