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8 thoughts on “ Latin Love Affair - Eddy Grant - The Greatest Hits (Cassette) ”

  1. 7 Latin Love Affair 8 Another Revolutionary 9 Drop Baby Drop I had this on cassette tape back in the 80s/90s. Nice to have a good sounding CD w/ no problems! Eddy Grant - Greatest Hits [Wea International] by Eddy Grant. $ out of 5 stars Killer on the Rampage. by Eddy Grant.
  2. Reggae Artist Eddie Grant's Breakthrough Pop Smash Album. Recorded in Barbados, this Title Includes Grant's Us Hit 'electric Avenue', plus the Title Track, 'latin Love Affair' and Seven More/5(13).
  3. Barnes & Noble® has the best selection of Dance & DJ Club/Dance CDs. Buy Eddy Grant's album titled The Greatest Hits [Sire] to enjoy in your home or car, or gift it to another music lover!Price: $
  4. Eddy Grant (b. ) is a Guyanese musician. Born Edmond Montague Grant on the 5th March in Plaisance, Guyana, he emigrated with parents to London, England when he was still young. As a teenager he formed the multi-racial group The Equals.
  5. Track List Electric Avenue (Pingpang Remix)(Radio Edit) I Don't Wanna Dance Killer On The Rampage Can't Get Enough of You Living On The Frontline Hello Africa Gimme Hope Joanna Another Revolutionary Latin Love Affair Do You Feel My Love Baby Come Back War Party Walking On Sunshine Nobodys Got Time Electric Avenue Ten Out Of Ten This is a new, unopened CD in its .
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of The Greatest Hits on Discogs. Label: ICE - ,EastWest - • Format: Cassette Compilation • Country: Romania • Genre: Reggae • Style: Reggae5/5.
  7. Nov 29,  · Killer on the Rampage is an album by Eddy Grant. It remains his most successful album, hitting the top 10 in the US and the UK. It features the hits "Electric Avenue" (which was a big hit in the.
  8. EDDY GRANT: Killer on the Rampage (Portrait) There's an expediency to Grant's songwriting--try "Latin Love Affair," or the equally routine "Funky Rock 'n' Roll," or a rhyme like "My heart does a tango/I love you like a mango"--that makes it hard to believe he's a hero. Instead of drawing some Caribbean analogy, I'd compare him to the Isley.

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