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Reply #30 posted 04/30/17 9:45am

TrivialPursuit

"Despite everything, no 1 can dictate who u r 2 other people." - Prince |
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Reply #31 posted 05/01/17 10:50am

MickyDolenz

Suzanne Vega

Norah Jones


It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. If you don’t know your business, you’re in trouble! ~ Johnnie Taylor
Each generation has their music that they fall in love with, that makes it special to them ~ Ralph Tresvant
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Reply #32 posted 05/01/17 1:44pm

namepeace

TrivialPursuit said:


Beat me to it.

Unfortunately, I'll also have to add Madvillainy (2004) from Madvillain, on this list. Madlib and MF Doom's followup to their legendary collabo album will probably never see the light of day.

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Reply #33 posted 05/01/17 2:24pm

SoulAlive

Arrested Development

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Reply #34 posted 05/01/17 9:47pm

ReddBlitz

U.K.'s The Chimes self titled album!! A banger from start to finish. Pauline Henry delivers..a true powerhouse!!!

Tawatha Agee (of Mtume)/Welcome to My Dream

Sweet Sable/Old Times Sake

Dana Dane/Dana Dane With Fame

Adriana Evans/Self-Titled

Ta Mara & The Seen/Self-Titled

Madame X/Self-Titled
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Reply #35 posted 05/22/17 11:30am

MickyDolenz

Another Bad Creation

The Outfield

Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo

Debby Boone

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. If you don’t know your business, you’re in trouble! ~ Johnnie Taylor
Each generation has their music that they fall in love with, that makes it special to them ~ Ralph Tresvant
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Reply #36 posted 05/23/17 5:42am

daingermouz202
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phunkdaddy said:

nammie said:

Tevin Campbell T.E.V.I.N



Tevin's first 2 albums were successful. I wouldn't label him a one album
wonder but he quickly faded into obscurity after his 3rd album which was good
but not as successful on the charts.


Yep,My favorite Tevin Campbell album is the 3rd one.
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Reply #37 posted 06/17/17 7:53pm

MickyDolenz

Wilson Phillips


It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. If you don’t know your business, you’re in trouble! ~ Johnnie Taylor
Each generation has their music that they fall in love with, that makes it special to them ~ Ralph Tresvant
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Reply #38 posted 06/18/17 10:38pm

ThePanther

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Marrk said:

They had a few #1's in the UK, they owned 1984 there and were huge in Europe and Asia too. Look outside wherever you are. You could find info like that on wikipedia easily. You should start calling your threads "Here's what i like on youtube part zzzz" Or just post another Debarge thread.. or something.


Their second single, "Two Tribes", was #1 for nine weeks in the UK. Their third single also hit UK#1.

Even their second album, Liverpool, was actually a hit. It went top-10 in Austria, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, and the UK. It was pretty terrible, though. (If you ever want to hear a bad cover version, YouTube Frankie's cover of The Doors' "Roadhouse Blues". Also in the Dictionary under "fecal matter".)

Then singer Holly Johnson went solo, and his 1989 album hit #1 in the UK and produced three singles that sold over a million copies.

However the clock struck midnight at 1990, and every member of Frankie was eternally washed-up after that.

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Reply #39 posted 06/19/17 11:24am

ReddBlitz

kitbradley said:






Actually, Soul II Soul did see success with the follow-up A New Decade. It'd feature the hits "Get A Life," "Dream's A Dream," and "Missing You."
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