Only Heaven Knows - Eddy Grant - Going For Broke (CD, Album)

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Download Only Heaven Knows - Eddy Grant - Going For Broke (CD, Album)
1984
Label: Portrait - RK 39261,ICE - RK 39261 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Reggae • Style: Pop Rock, Reggae-Pop


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9 thoughts on “ Only Heaven Knows - Eddy Grant - Going For Broke (CD, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Going For Broke on Discogs/5(3).
  2. Jul 18,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Going For Broke on Discogs/5(23).
  3. Eddy Grant ‎– Going For Broke Label: Portrait ‎– PRT , Epic ‎– PRT , ICE ‎– , Blue Wave Recording Studios ‎–
  4. Sep 12,  · Going for Broke is a album by Eddy Grant. Following the major success of the previous Killer on the Rampage, this album takes a similar approach but was not as successful. It featured the U.S. hit Romancing the Stone, as well as the singles Till I .
  5. Eddy Grant Hit Collection () (27) Hearts And Diamonds () (11) Going For Broke(mp3 album).. $ Add to Cart. Add to Cart. Romancing The Stone. $ Only Heaven Knows. $ Add to Cart. Ire Harry. $ Add to Cart. Rock You Good. $
  6. Eddy Grant "Only Heaven Knows": And then you just tell me go The people think ours a love story Like Juliet and Romeo album: "Going For Broke" () Romancing The Stone. Boys In The Street. Come On Let Me Love You. Till I Can't Take Love No More. Political Bassa-Bassa. Telepathy.
  7. Admittedly, the album drops off a bit at this point, but "Telepathy", "Only Heaven Knows", and "Ire Harry" are still very listenable. "Rock You Good" can be taken more than one way, while "Blue Wave" cools the whole thing down. All the songs contain examples of Grant's guitar virtuosity, and the album can be danced to, or just listened to/5(10).

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