Sweet Corporation - Never Ever / Bumping Joe flac album
Title: Never Ever / Bumping Joe
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Everything is the debut studio album by American singer Joe. It was released by Polygram Records on August 17, 1993 in the United States. Produced by Joe along with Keith Mille, J. Dibbs, and Dave "Jam" Hall, it peaked at number 105 on the US Billboard 200 and number 16 on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Everything spawned three singles, including I'm in Luv" and "The One for Me".
The Sweet's first full LP album, Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be, was released in November 1971. A collection of the band's recent singles supplemented by some new Chinn/Chapman tunes (including "Chop Chop" and "Tom Tom Turnaround") and pop covers (such as the Lovin' Spoonful's "Daydream" and the Supremes' "Reflections"), the album, recorded at Nova Studios in London, was produced by Phil Wainman and engineered by Richard Dodd and Eric Holland. February 1972 saw the release of "Poppa Joe", which reached number 1 in Finland and peaked at number 11 in the UK Singles Chart. The next two singles of that year, "Little Willy" and "Wig-Wam Bam", both reached No. 4 in the UK, and "Little Willy" peaked at No. 3 on the . Billboard Hot 100 after a.
All You'll Ever Get From Me - The Juicer. 7'', Январь 1970, Parlophone Records, Paramount Records, Odeon. 1. All You'll Ever Get from Me. 2. The Juicer. The Sweet & the Pipkins. Split, 1971, EMI Records. 7'', Январь 1972, RCA, Jugoton, RCA Victor.
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Never ever have I ever felt so low When you gonna take me out of this black hole? Never ever have I ever felt so sad The way I'm feeling yeah, you got me feeling really bad. Never ever have I had to find I've had to dig away to find my own peace of mind I've never ever had my conscience to fight The way I'm feeling, yeah, I just don't feel right. Never Ever was the third single from All Saints‘ self-titled debut album. It was written by All Saints member Shaznay Lewis after she broke up with her boyfriend. The song topped the . Singles chart for a week, topped the music charts in Australia for 7 weeks and topped the music charts in New Zealand for five weeks in 1998.
Still, there are better-known records that, for whatever reason, you never, ever want to hear again - the songs are awful, the band's awful, the music's awful, or all of the above! So, in the (lighthearted) spirit of our recent list of the worst films ever made, here's a completely subjective list of the worst albums ever made. As far as music goes, the worst is a slippery category: the worst album of all time was probably made by some godawful crunkcore/pop-punk band in a garage somewhere in 2004 and never saw a formal release. Still, there are better-known records that, for whatever reason, you never, ever want to hear again - the songs are awful, the band’s awful, the music’s awful, or all of the above! So, in the (lighthearted) spirit of our recent list of the worst films ever made, here’s a completely subjective list of the worst albums ever made. Alice Deejay - Who Needs Guitars Anyway? Guitars?
|16 669 AT||Sweet Corporation||Never Ever (7", Single)||Yum Yum Records||16 669 AT||Germany||1976|
|200.026||Sweet Corporation||Never Ever (7", Single)||Crazy||200.026||Brazil||1976|
|T 10753||Sweet Corporation||Never Ever (7", Single)||Atlantic||T 10753||Italy||1976|