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Was (Not Was) - I Feel Better Than James Brown Album

Was (Not Was) - I Feel Better Than James Brown Album
Title:
I Feel Better Than James Brown
Performer:
Was (Not Was)
Style:
Jazzdance
Released:
1990
Catalog:
WASCD 9, 878 453-2
Country:
UK & Europe
MP3 album size:
2619 mb
FLAC album size:
2574 mb
Genre:
Label:
Fontana

Tracklist


1I Feel Better Than James Brown (Berwick Beat Mix)
Remix [& Additional Production] – Rod Gammons
8:06
2I Feel Better Than James Brown (The Locomotion Mix)
Remix – Ben Liebrand
6:41
3I Feel Better Than James Brown (LP Version)4:46


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WAS 9, 878 452-7Was (Not Was) I Feel Better Than James Brown ‎(7", Single)Fontana, FontanaWAS 9, 878 452-7UK & Europe1990
WASR 912Was (Not Was) I Feel Better Than James Brown ‎(12", Single)FontanaWASR 912UK1990
878 452-7, WAS 9Was (Not Was) I Feel Better Than James Brown ‎(7", Single)Fontana, Fontana878 452-7, WAS 9Europe1990
WASDJ 912Was (Not Was) I Feel Better Than James Brown ‎(12", Promo)FontanaWASDJ 912UK1990
WAS 9, 878 452-7Was (Not Was) I Feel Better Than James Brown ‎(7", Single, Sil)Fontana, FontanaWAS 9, 878 452-7UK & Europe1990


Barcodes


  • Barcode (Text): 0 42287 64532 5
  • Label Code: LC 0211
  • Rights Society: BIEM, STEMRA
  • SPARS Code: AAD


Album


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