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Keep Your Smile - Various - Protector Club Dance (CD)

9 thoughts on “ Keep Your Smile - Various - Protector Club Dance (CD)

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  2. Buy the CD album for $ and get the MP3 version for FREE. CD album ships from and sold by Terms and not apply to gift orders. Complete your purchase of the CD album to save the MP3 version to your Music Library/5().
  3. Good album overall although I do skip some tracks. I especially like Jackie, Lullaby, Stuck On You, Kiss & Tell, and One Woman Army. The stand out tracks are Dance Like We're Making Love and I Bet. Lots of upbeat tracks as you'd expect from Ciara; have had it on repeat in the car for a few weeks. Best album /5().
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Keep Smiling People on Discogs.
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  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Keep On Dancing on Discogs.
  7. Keep on Dancing is a reissue of the group's MGM album of the same name, the first of two long-players they recorded for the label and the only one to chart.
  8. The album literally kicks off in debt to dance with ‘Daft Punk Is Playing At My House’, a guitar driven tune with the punchy, DFA-signature drums worthy of any club soundsystem. Then there’s the campy synth line of ‘Tribulations’, the disco glitz of ‘On Repeat’ and the .
  9. This two-disc, track set may not actually have “the best reggae hits ever,” as its title states -- and it doesn’t -- but it does have a surprisingly diverse (and seemingly random) collection of cool sides, including UB40 and Chrissie Hynde's reggaefied version of “I Got You Babe,” Peter Tosh's fiery take on “Johnny B. Goode,” Johnny Nash's smooth and hopeful “I Can See.

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