Mr. Sound Of Music - Various - Hate Yourself And Love The Fate Volume 2
Label: Love The Fate Records - LTF-004 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock •
Hey Lovethe two-volume compilation, has roots as far back as the late '70s when the set was first offered as a mail-order premium on television. Many will recall the commercial depicting a dimly lit party atmosphere that centered on this soundtrack, ending with the memorable exchange "Man, can I borrow that?
Amazingly, the classic song anthology not only boasts significantly improved sound quality, but perhaps more impressive is that the track list remained exactly the same. The second instalment mirrors the layout of the first in that the contents have no specific sequencing.
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Hardcore enthusiasts will be able to retire many of their worn 45s, while the average listener is privy to a considerable sampling of well-known tunes. Hey Love can also be considered a superior primer and springboard for the neophyte interested in delving deeper into the late-'60s and early-'70s seminal soul scene.
Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Track Listing. Break Up to Make Up. The Stylistics. The Bells. The Originals. The Dells. Cowboys to Girls. The Intruders. Somebody Loves You. The Delfonics. Love on a Two-Way Street. The Moments. Oh Girl. Eugene Record.
The Chi-Lites. Me and Mrs. Billy Paul. Thin Line Between Love and Hate. The Persuaders. Dedicated to the One I Love. The Temprees. The Sly, Slick and the Wicked. The Lost Generation. Leaving Me. Matt Barge. The Independents. William "Poogie" Hart. Betcha by Golly, Wow.
Luther Simmons Jr. The Main Ingredient. In the Rain. The Dramatics. I Gave to You. Oh Girl Eugene Record. The Sly, Slick and the Wicked L. Leaving Me Matt Barge. Love William "Poogie" Hart.