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8 thoughts on “ R. R. Express - Rose Royce - Jump Street (CD, Album) ”

  1. Watch the video for R.R. Express from Rose Royce's Jump Street for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  2. All about the album of Rose Royce - Jump Street. Rose Royce's album Jump Street | warner bros. records | | from on Warner Bros. records. All information of this Soul or Funk Album Like fragments, covers, tracks. R.r. Express. 00'00 ( / 3) 3. 4. Famous Last Words. 00'00 ( / 5) 5. 5. Tell Me That I'm Dreaming. 00'00 (4.
  3. Aug 25,  · Album: Jump Street - - Formati: , Los Angeles, CA, United States Membri: Rose Norwalt [aka Gwen Dickey] (lead vocals), Kenji Brown (guitar, lead .
  4. The group's follow-up album, Rose Royce II: In Full Bloom, produced two Top Ten singles, Jump Street () Stronger Than Ever () Music Magic () The Show Must Go On () and the song "Theme from S-Express" by S-Express uses a substantial portion of "Is It Love You're After" as a sample. References.
  5. Sep 28,  · Famous Last Words is the most beautiful song they have done on this album. R.R. Express brings the RR flavor back but honestly this album is a GEM as much as the follow up album. Don't expect a car wash revival or anything cliche to jump out on this album. This is a serious musician album and next to stronger then ever its the two best yet/5(30).
  6. Rose Royce is an American soul and R&B group. They are best known for several hit singles during the s including "Car Wash," "I Wanna Get Next to You," "I'm Going Down", "Wishing on a Star", and "Love Don't Live Here Anymore". The Los Angeles-based group originally comprised Henry Garner (drums), Terral "Terry" Santiel (congas), Lequeint "Duke" Jobe (bass), Michael Moore (saxophone), .
  7. This album concludes with "Fight It",one of the most unique type of songs that Rose Royce had done so far. Kind of a dark commentary on the plight of the early 80's culture,using the Iran hostage crisis as a metaphore it features a sung/spoken echoed style lead vocal and the electro-new wave/dub reggae hybrid somewhere in the Sly & Robbie vein/5(6).
  8. The wistful and absolutely sublime ballad "Wishing on a Star" opens the set and should have been a chart-heavy hitter. In fact, it reached only number 52 on the R&B charts, proving that the band's fans were truly in the mood to dance. Rose Royce wouldn't disappoint, as the nine-minute funk monster "Do Your Dance" was uncaged.

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