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8 thoughts on “ Tune It Up - La Bionda - High Energy (Cassette, Album)

  1. Akikazahn
    Album: Bandido () mp3 download Year: Artist: La Bionda Quality: High Rating: La Bionda - Bandido () album Track listing.
  2. Voodoogis
    La Bionda: ; One For You, One For Me: La Bionda () ; One Thing's For Sure: I Wanna Be Your Lover: ; Sandstorm: La Bionda: ; Sandstorm: La Bionda () ; Save Your Energy: High Energy: ; Song For Smokey And The Bandit: La Bionda: ; There For Me: La Bionda: ; There For Me: La Bionda () ; Tune It Up.
  3. Tokus
    High Energy Lyrics By – R. W. Palmer - James* Music By – A. & C. La Bionda*, M. Björklund* A2: I Got Your Number Lyrics By – R. W. Palmer - James* Music By – A. & C. La Bionda* A3: Tune It Up Lyrics By – R. W. Palmer - James* Music By – A. & C. La Bionda* B1: Disco Roller Lyrics By – R. W. Palmer - James* Music.
  4. Shakajora
    La Bionda - Tune It Up. Artist: La Bionda (Carmelo La Bionda e Michelangelo La Bionda) Album: High Energy ().
  5. Ketaxe
    Biography Italian brothers Angelo & Carmelo La Bionda had already had Southern European hits with their two D.D. Sound albums in , recorded in Munich. In , they decided to give themselves full credit and record an album as La Bionda. Basically recorded with the same crew of musicians and backing singers, the first La Bionda single "One For You, One For Me" was released in May to.
  6. Golkis
    La Bionda - High Energy / I Wanna Be Your Lover (CD) HIGH ENERGY: 1. High Energy 2. I Got Your Number 3. Tune It Up 4. Disco Roller 5. Listen To My Heart 6. Save Your Energy I WANNA BE YOUR LOVER: 7. I Wanna Be Your Lover 8. Johnie Don't Go Away 9. Action A Moment Of Sunshine Night Flight You 're So Fine /5(2).
  7. Tajas
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of High Energy on Discogs. Label: Baby Records (2) - BALP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Brazil • 3/5(1).
  8. Kejora
    La Bionda's third album was less successful than its predecessors, and that's a shame because it's a consistent good album on which the duo fused disco with a more rock-oriented sound, even reggae on the song "Tune It Up". The songs still made for great listening and had their trademark pop hooks all over it.

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