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G-Race - Slowdancing (In A Fast World) Album

Performer:

G-Race

Title:

Slowdancing (In A Fast World)

Genre:

Pop

MP3 album size:

1698 mb

Rating:

4.8

Style:

Europop

Date of release:

1991

G-Race - Slowdancing (In A Fast World) Album

Tracklist

(Ooh Baby) It's Hot In Here2:41
Slowdancing (In A Fast World)3:10

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
868 014-7G-Race Slowdancing (In A Fast World) ‎(7", Single)YaYa Records , Mercury868 014-7Netherlands1991
868 014-2G-Race Slow Dancing (In A Fast World) ‎(CD, Single)YaYa Records , Mercury868 014-2Netherlands1991

Album

A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Slow Dancin' in a Fast World. Love this track. Set as current obsession. Get track. Provided to YouTube by IIP-DDS Slow Dancing In A Fast World G'Race Beach Club YaYa Records Released on: 1995-06-02 Artist: G'Race Music in. Music Video. Slow Dancing In A Fast World - G'Race. Top Songs By G'Race. Never Felt This Way Before. Till There Was You. Artist: G'Race. Album: Blue Side of Midnight, 1991. Slow Dancing In A Fast World was released as a single of the Dutch group G'race in 1991. Race is the third studio album released by Australian new wave band, Pseudo Echo. It was released via EMI Australia in 1988 and RCA Records internationally in 1989. Race resulted in a musical change for the group as it mirrored the music landscape at the time dominated by big hair, big guitars and rock. While the album no doubt alienated the majority of the band's fan base, it equally attracted a new breed of rock loving fans. RACE by Alex G, released 01 January 2010 1. Remember 2. The Same 3. TV 4. Gnaw 5. Trash 6. House 7. Crab 8. Go Away 9. Let it Go 10. Things to Do 11. TimeSpace 12. Cross Country 13. hyperoart this album slaps. i've streamed it far too much for the price. i pray every day that he will repress this. alex please Favorite track: Crab. skunk swank. you look nice babe dont think twice maybe the world is a really scary place but i know from the look thats on your face your life has been over way before it all began if you dont want to be lonely then i can be your man i know that your mommys getting underneath your skin but girl its all a fuckin. joke so just live it while you can. Slowdancing In A Fast World. Singer: G-Race. Short Info: Category: Pop Style: Europop Year: 1991. Mp3 album: 1274 mb. FLAC album: 1517 mb. Ooh Baby It's Hot In Here. Listen to online G'Race - Slowdancing In A Fast World, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy G'Race - Slowdancing In A Fast World from authorized sellers. More about G'Race - Slowdancing In A Fast World release: Style of this release: Europop music. ArtistBand: G'Race Album: Blue Side Of Midnight Label: Mercury Records Catalog: 848 657-2 Country: Netherlands Released: 1991 Genre: Rock, Pop, Synth-pop Format: FLAC tracks Bitrate: lossless Total Time: 00:51:34. Tracklist: 01. Calypso 'Round The Clock 03:22 02. Slowdancing In A Fast World 03:10 03. Bon Voyage 03:15 04. Don't Wanna Be Lonely Tonight 03:16 05. Formato: CD , Album, Compilation. Paese: Japan. Uscita: 1991. Genere: Electronic , Rock. Songwriter Peter de Wijn. La Vie Et Trop Courte. Songwriter G. Joujou, Peter de Wijn

Performer

Sovereign Grace Music. You are here: Home, Music. A part of North American-based Sovereign Grace Ministries, a family of churches passionate about advancing the Great Commission through church planting, Sovereign Grace Music, led by director and occasional performer Bob Kauflin, has been producing, distributing, and licensing original faith-based music since the late '80s. In late 2017, the group issued Listen Up Songs from the Parables of Jesus. James Christopher Monger. Jesus, Thank You feat. Brook Hills Music. All I Have Is Christ feat. Paul Baloche. O Lord, My Rock and My Redeemer Live. Listen to music from G'Race like Manhattan, Never Felt This Way Before & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from G'Race. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. Monday 13 January 2020. Grace Music. Grace intertwines her young heart with an old soul. Her passion for jazz, blues, and pop is heard within her own music giving. 2 Timothy 1:7 The Lord has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind. Listen to music from G. Race like On Fire, On Fire Instrumental Version & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from G. Monday 21 October 2019. Listen to music from G-Race like Till There Was You, 'Till There Was You & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from G-Race. Race Music is a powerful study-sweeping and yet scrupulous-of how black communities have transcended time, change, and genre by passing down musical knowledge and tradition between generations that have created a succession of globally influential musics. Equally appropriate for both music and cultural studies collections, this masterwork belongs on the shelves of every academic library. Library Journal. Race Music is slammin' Ramsey brilliantly interweaves oral history with his own scholarly readings of jazz, gospel, popular music, and film soundtracks with pathbreaking results. Race records were 78-rpm phonograph records marketed to African Americans between the 1920s and 1940s. They primarily contained race music, comprising various African-American musical genres, including blues, jazz, and gospel music, and also comedy. These records were, at the time, the majority of commercial recordings of African-American artists in the US. Few African-American artists were marketed to white audiences. Race records were marketed by Okeh Records, Emerson Records, Vocalion Records. The recordings, which became a national phenomenon, captured artists like Bessie Smith and Louis Armstrong-but most artists were exploited and records were the first examples of popular music recorded by and marketed to black Americans. Reflecting the segregated status of American society and culture, race records were separate catalogs of African-American music. Source for information on Race Music: St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture dictionary

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