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The Trammps is the second studio album by American soul-disco group, The Trammps, released in 1975 through Golden Fleece Records. The album peaked at No. 30 on the R&B albums chart. It also reached No. 159 on the Billboard 200. The album features the singles "Love Epidemic", which peaked at No. 75 on the Hot Soul Singles chart, "Where Do We Go from Here", which charted at No. 44 on the Hot Soul Singles chart, and "Trusting Heart", which reached No. 72 on the Hot Soul Singles chart.
More albums from The Trammps: The Legendary Zing Album by The Trammps. Slipping Out by The Trammps. Disco Inferno by The Trammps. Mixin’ It Up by The Trammps. Where The Happy People Go by The Trammps. The Trammps III by The Trammps. The Whole World’s Dancing by The Trammps. View all albums . Trammps. 6. Trammps Disco Theme. 7. Where Do We Go From Here. 8. Down Three Dark Streets. 9. I Know That Feeling. More albums from The Trammps: The Legendary Zing Album by The Trammps. About.
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But by the time they'd gone through various identities and emerged as the Trammps in the mid-1970's, the lineup featured lead vocalist Ellis, Harold and Stanley Wade, Robert Upchurch, and Young.
Trammps is the debut album released by the disco and funk group The Trammps in 1975. Stop And Think" "Trusting Heart" "Every Dream I Dream Is You" "Love Epidemic" "Save A Place" "Trammps Disco Theme" "Where Do We Go From Here" "Down Three Dark Streets" "I Know That Feeling". The Whole World's Dancing - Infobox Album Name The Whole World s Dancing Type Album Artist The Trammps Released 1979 Recorded ?? Genre Disco Length ?:? Label Atlantic Producer ??
The Trammps' first album was viewed as an early disco effort, and while there is a good amount of disco here, it's fair to say that it's pretty Philly soul-rooted disco. The group were not an entirely faceless front for dance tracks, but a pretty solid harmonizing soul outfit, even if the mid-'70s Philly soul backing grooves are a little generic (if very accomplished). The 2002 CD reissue on Epic/Legacy adds three bonus tracks from the 1977 album Disco Champs that were actually recorded in 1973 and 1974, one of them an extended version of "Love Epidemic.
1. Stop and Think Lyrics.
Album: Playlist The Best Of The Trammps.
|1||Stop And Think||3:08|
|3||Every Dream I Dream Is You||3:58|
|5||Save A Place||4:59|
|6||Trammps Disco Theme||3:22|
|7||Where Do We Go From Here||3:43|
|8||Down Three Dark Streets||4:59|
|9||I Know That Feeling||3:09|
|11||Oh Waa Hey||2:38|
|12||Just Say The Word||4:32|
|13||Love Epidemic (Extended Version)||5:58|
- Record Company – Epic Records International
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Manufactured By – Sony Music Japan International Inc.
- Liner Notes – 林剛*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4547366006681
- Rights Society: JASRAC
|KZ 33163||Trammps*||Trammps (LP, Album)||Golden Fleece||KZ 33163||US||1975|
|EK 85939||Trammps*||Trammps (CD, Album, RE)||Epic, Legacy||EK 85939||US||2002|
|508062 2||Trammps*||Trammps (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Epic, Legacy||508062 2||UK & Europe||2002|
|SRCS 6497||Trammps*||Trammps (CD, Album, RE)||Philadelphia International Records, Sony Records||SRCS 6497||Japan||1995|
|ECPO-56-PH||Trammps*||Trammps (LP, Album)||Philadelphia International Records||ECPO-56-PH||Japan||1975|