Bump - Dirty Faces - Superamerican (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Bump - Dirty Faces - Superamerican (CD, Album)

  1. im really surprized that this is a great album that i found. this is one really rare good music that is out right now because alot of down south artist and mainstream artist are putting out garbage which i think isnt worth listening to. the disgraceful rappers like David Banner, Webbie and Bootsie, 50 cent and gayunit, and alot of R&B artist. my question is that why did gangsta rap die? was it /5(36).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Live CD release of Bump 2 on Discogs/5(3).
  3. Dirty Faces Lyrics: Angels with dirty faces / We got this underground / We got this underground / We got this new sound / Alright, check it / X 2 / We are there / Riding the scene / The world / Goes.
  4. Overall, "MTA 2: Baptized In Dirty Water" is a nice CD. If you bought the "Mississippi: The Album" and you liked that CD then you will definitely like MTA 2 as this CD takes place where MTA 1 left off. However, if you weren't a big fan of MTA 1 you may not like MTA 2 because the CDs are very similar.
  5. It was released October as the lead single from B2K's second album Pandemonium!. It was written by R. Kelly and Varick Smith and produced by R. Kelly. It became B2K's first top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot singles chart, and reached number one for one week starting on February 1,
  6. Changing Faces is a New York-based urban soul vocal duo much in the vein of similar all-female bands like TLC and SWV. The group blended soulful, gospel-tinged vocals with slick contemporary production.
  7. Dec 01,  · The left-hand side of the insert has two digi-pak style recesses where the CD and DVD are housed (these, by the way, are the 'usual' CD and DVD that are found in the conventional CD/DVD edition). The right-hand side of the insert has a slot (silver embossed with the `Enya' logo) into which slides an oversized version of the CD/DVD edition /5(1).
  8. It was released by RCA Records as part of King's debut album, Smooth Talk. The extended remix was produced for the twelve-inch vinyl single and would later replace the album version of the song in lates reprints of the album.

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