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Every Little Thing - Deep Shade Of Blue - Eins (CD, Album)


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  1. I feel kinda weird not posting a review sooner. If you've heard of Deep Blue Something, you've probably heard the huge hit, "Breakfast At Tiffany's". It was the hit single of their "Home" record in This album "Deep Blue Something", is a little bit different, a little bit more mature, and a more experimental/5(10).
  2. Two songs into The Complete Motown Singles, Vol. 12A: , the Four Tops sing "L.A. (My Town)," an ode to the city that became Motown's new hometown in By the middle of the year, all Detroit operations closed and Motown now belonged to Los Angeles, and this five-disc box set chronicles the first six months of , the time when Motown was in transition.
  3. Apr 03,  · “Deeper Shade of Blue” is a song by British group Steps, released as the band’s ninth single. The song is an uptempo pop song about the darker side of life and an attempt to .
  4. — Songs on this Album — The Captain of Her Heart; The Girl Is Mine; Rosanna; Don’t Tell Me Goodnight; In Too Deep; La Isla Bonita; If Loving You Is Wrong; How Sweet It Is; One of These Nights; Everybody Wants to Rule the World; Sister Golden Hair; Grazin’ in the Grass; A Little in Love; Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic; Deep River.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Home on Discogs. Label: Rainmaker Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock Deep Blue Something - Home (, CD) | Discogs.
  6. "Deeper Shade of Blue" is a song by British group Steps, released as the band's ninth single. The song is an uptempo pop song about the darker side of life and an attempt to break free. It was the fifth song to be released from the group's second album Steptacular.
  7. "Every Shade of Blue" is a pop/dance song by English girl group Bananarama, from their seventh album, Ultra Violet. Originally released in Japan as a double-A-side with "I Found Love", the track was gradually released throughout 19in several different countries – each time on a different independent dance label, as Bananarama did not have a major-label contract at the time. Their home Genre: Eurodance.
  8. Label: MCA Records - IND ,Interscope Records - IND ,Rainmaker Records - IND • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock.

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