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P.I.D. - Classic Archives: Here We Are & Back to Back- Music Value Pak album flac

  • Performer: P.I.D.
  • Album: Classic Archives: Here We Are & Back to Back- Music Value Pak
  • FLAC: 1292 mb | MP3: 1268 mb
  • Released: 1998
  • Style: Conscious
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 371
  • Format: VQF RA MPC FLAC VOC AUD AIFF
P.I.D.  - Classic Archives: Here We Are & Back to Back- Music Value Pak album flac

Tracklist

1 Don't Bow
2 Just Say No
3 What Is His Name
4 In Jesus Name We Are Here
5 Let Me See Your Fruit!!
6 Get You A Bible
7 Listen To This
8 Back
9 Bible Stories
10 Current Affair
11 Get Into It
12 Flys
13 Vince's Jam
14 Exclusive
15 B Movement (Note: Movement of the Body)
16 Slide
17 Racism
18 What Is His Name (DJ Mix)
19 Let Me See Your Fruit!! (DJ Mix)
20 Get You A Bible (DJ Mix)

Notes

Double Album re-release of Here We Are & Back to Back

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Face Value is the debut solo studio album by English drummer and singer-songwriter Phil Collins. It was released on 9 February 1981 on Virgin Records internationally and on Atlantic Records in North America. After his first wife filed for divorce in 1979, Collins began to write songs during a break in activity from his band Genesis with much of the material concerning his personal life. The album was recorded from mid-1980 to early-1981 with Collins and Hugh Padgham as producers.

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