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4 fotos EDDY GRANT : FILE UNDER ROCK [ESP 1988] (Música - Discos - LP Vinilo - Reggae - Ska)

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    Condition: Good (just a few signs of use)

    vinilo en perfecto estado (NM) . funda con ligeros signos de uso, pero en muy buenas condiciones.VG+

    (Emi)  1988  made in Spain

    cat. num. 590 79 0343-1

    #pop rock  #reggae


    Harmless Piece Of Fun4:19
    Don't Talk To Strangers4:05
    Hostile Country4:23
    Win Or Lose4:20
    Gimme Hope Jo'anna4:04
    Another Riot4:49
    Say Hello To Fidel4:42
    Chuck (Is The King)4:26
    Long As I'm Wanted By You4:35
    Put A Hold On It4:00


    After years of being incorrectly described as a reggae artist, Eddy Grant responded in 1988 by calling this album File Under Rock. Many assumed that the British singer was a reggae-oriented artist because he wore his hair in dreadlocks, but the truth is that he's essentially a pop-rocker who sometimes incorporates reggae elements. While a few tunes on File Under Rock contain slight reggae touches (including "Harmless Piece of Fun"), this is indeed a pop-rock CD first and foremost. Grantfavors lighthearted escapism much of the time, although he brings a more sociopolitical agenda to "Another Riot," "Hostile Country" and the questionable "Say Hello to Fidel," which seems to endorse Cuban communist dictator Fidel Castro. Even at his most political, however, Grant avoids sounding preachy. File Under Rock didn't contain a monster hit like "Electric Avenue" or "Walking On Sunshine," but it's a decent effort that Grant's followers will want.


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