Mechanic Fever - One Lick Less - & We Could Be Quiet (CD, Album)

Download Mechanic Fever - One Lick Less - & We Could Be Quiet (CD, Album)
Label: Not on Label - none • Format: CD Album • Country: France • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Disco Fever CD 1 on Discogs.3/5(1).
  2. This CD is less 'hard-rock' if you can call Queen a 'hard -rock band. It is softer than some of their other music. Freddie's singing style displays his usual brilliant self. The lyrics are wonderful in many of the songs and it's just an easy CD in which to listen/5().
  3. Even if you remove the 5th bonus CD, you should be getting a bang for your buck with this collection. Well, almost. I had to buy a couple of Time-Life's Disco Fever single CD's (the 4 jewel cases in this collection are each double CD's) to get some hits that were NOT included in this set: "She's a Bad Mama Jama", "Macho Man", "Whip It /5(4).
  4. This album distributed exclusively by K-Tel International (Aust.) Ltd., 46 Pyrmont Bridge Rd., Pyrmont , Australia (A subsidiary of K-Tel International) On labels: Limited collector's edition Cat# on spine and rear sleeve is NA, cat# inside gatefold & on labels is NA Released either or /5(15).
  5. The song Fever was written by Eddie Cooley and Otis Blackwell and was first recorded and released by Little Willie John in It was covered by Shades of Blue Orchestra, Deborah Russo, Big Time Sarah, Joan Crowe and other artists.
  6. Typically there’s peace in a quiet night, but that’s not the case right now. Sports Reports: Big Ten school leaders to vote on return-to-play plan in coming days.
  7. Album: Quiet. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Highlight. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. put on your face know your place shut up and smile don't spread your legs I could do that But no one knows me no one ever will if I don't say something, if I just lie still Would I be that monster, scare them all away If I let the-em hear what I have.
  8. Quiet Please bears the subtitle "The New Best of Nick Lowe," making no attempt to disguise the fact that it's been a full 20 years since Nick's last hits collection, "new" designation is also a subtle indication of the editorial slant of Quiet Please, how it shifts away from the frenzied new wave rocker toward the swinging songwriter of the '90s and s, and not just because the.
  9. Compiled by the hugely successful dance label All Around the World, more famous for releasing happy hardcore tunes and chart-friendly floor-fillers, Disco Fever is a three-CD collection of songs from the s era of Saturday Night Fever, glitter balls, and Studio Its 60 classics include anthems from some of the genre's most influential artists (Donna Summer's "I Feel Love," Gloria Gaynor's.

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