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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Suburban Voodoo on Discogs. Label: Yellow Label - SPV CD • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop •.
  2. Originally released in when Paul Carrack was playing with NICK LOWE. NICK LOWE produced the album and co-wrote a number of the tracks including 'I'm In Love' with his then wife, daughter of JOHNNY CASH, CARLENE CARTER/5(22).
  3. Paul Carrack discography and songs: Music profile for Paul Carrack, born 22 April Genres: Pop, Pop Rock, Pop Soul. Albums include Radio K•A•O•S, The Wall: Live in Berlin, and Deuces Wild.
  4. AllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann With Suburban Voodoo, Paul Carrack re-launched his solo career following a successful stint with Squeeze that produced a hit with his lead vocal on "Tempted." By this point, Carrack was playing with Nick Lowe, who produced Suburban Voodoo, and the album sounds very much like a Lowe album with Carrack singing.6/
  5. Suburban Voodoo, an Album by Paul Carrack. Released 23 July on Epic (catalog no. ARE ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Martin Belmont (guitar), Paul Carrack (vocals, piano, organ), Paul Cobbold (backing vocals), James Eller (bass), Bobby Irwin (drums, backing vocals), Nick Lowe (backing vocals, producer).
  6. Suburban Voodoo is the second solo studio album by English singer-songwriter Paul Carrack. In between his previous solo album and this release, Carrack had been a member of Squeeze, singing lead on their hit "Tempted". The band on this album, dubbed Noise To Go, was the result of arrangement between Nick Lowe and Carrack to provide backing on each other's albums. The same .
  7. Paul Carrack lyrics - song lyrics sorted by album, including "Sticks And Stones", album: "Nightbird" () Beauty's Only Skin Deep. album: "Suburban Voodoo" () Lesson In Love. Always Better With You. I Need You. Don't Give My Heart A Break. A Little Unkind. Out Of Touch. So Right, So Wrong.

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