Various - That's The Boogie mp3 album
Boogie is a compilation album of both previously released and unreleased tracks by American band The Jackson 5. It was released on January 16, 1979, after the release of the Jacksons studio album Destiny a month earlier. Boogie is considered the rarest of all Jackson 5/Jacksons releases, as not many albums were pressed and fewer were sold at the time. In 1979, the Jacksons moved up in the Top 10 with the album Destiny, released by Epic, and the hit "Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)".
The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
The Jacksons' official music video for 'Blame It On The Boogie'. My baby's always dancin' and it wouldn't be a bad thing But I don't get no lovin' and that's no lie We spent the night in Frisco atevery kinda disco From that night I kissed our love goodbye. Don't blame it on the sunshine Don't blame it on the moonlight Don't blame it on the good times Blame it on the boogie". Blame It on the Boogie.
Disco Nights, Vol. 4. Unidisc. The Silver Convention. New Best One. Jvc Victor. Disco Fever: I Love The Nightlife. We Love the Nightlife. 70s Schooldays: The Ultimate Collection.
I wonder if that’s what Eminem saw in Boogie: someone who can articulate the emotional turbulence that comes with rocky relationships. It’s a prevalent subject in his music, except lacking in the mature context. While each song speaks to experiences that feel personal, I’m uncertain how they all intertwine. There seems to be a narrative unfolding, but the album isn’t structured in a way that reveals a connecting theme. It ends without a finish line to cross, which makes you question the track you’ve been running on for 13 songs. Where albums can be unfocused and clunky, Boogie's thoughtful and lean debut may be a rare case of brevity backfiring.
Well, Yam Who? and his Midnight Riot cohorts are here to educate you. There are 15 newly revived 'Japanese disco and boogie gems' here, all slightly beefed up and tweaked for the dancefloor's benefit. Highlights include the raw guitar licks and slap bass of "You're So Fine" by Chewy Rubs, the tight electro-boogie of "Robot Cafe" by Jessie Funk and the saucy space-grind of "Big In Japan" by Judge Funk. Got it. + add. album.
Boogie is a compilation album of both previously released and unreleased tracks by American band The Jackson 5. It was released after the release of the Jacksons studio album Destiny in 1979. Michael Jackson began recording Off the Wall that year, and Motown wanted to cash in on the newfound success with Boogie on the Natural Resources label. Five of the seven songs are unpublished productions by Hal Davis; some are in the line of "Pride and Joy" on Joyful Jukebox Music as "I Was Made To Love Her" and "Love's Gone Bad".
|A1||–Fugazi||Song Number One|
|A2||–SSD||Get It Away|
|A3||–Negazione||Death Is Around|
|A4||–Heresy||Sick Of Stupidity|
|A5||–M.O.G.||Lies, Hate And War|
|A6||–The Accüsed||Halo Of Flies|
|A7||–Upset Noise||Got Mit Uns|
|A8||–Circle Jerks||Heavy Metal Weekend|
|A9||–Rich Kids On LSD||Blocked Out|
|A10||–Napalm Death||Obstinate Direction|
|B2||–Dr. Know||Black Mirror|
|B3||–SNFU||Get Off Your Ass|
|B5||–Minor Threat||Seeing Red|
|B6||–Attitude Adjustment||American Paranoia|
|B7||–Dag Nasty||Can I Say|
|B10||–Extreme Noise Terror||Murder|
|B11||–Ludichrist||Fire At The Firehouse|
|B12||–Dead Kennedys||We've Got Bigger Problems Now|