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8 thoughts on “ Im Your Radio - Chocolate Milk (2) - Hipnotism (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Get all the lyrics to songs on Milky Way and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  2. Artist: Chocolate Milk; Album Title: Hipnotism; Media Type: CD; Catalog #: / M; New or Used: Used Like New (Played Only Once) Others: TRACKS: I'm Your Radio Hipnotism Forever And A Day Hey Lover Body Rhythm I Can't Believe (You Said) It's Over Would It Be Alright? Dawn ShowdownSeller Rating: % positive.
  3. Tracklisting: 1. I'm Your Radio 2. Hipnotism 3. Forever and a Day 4. Hey Lover 5. Body Rhythm 6. I Can't Believe (You Said) It's Over 7. Would It Be Alright?
  4. Chocolate Milk: CHOCOLATE MILK released Eight albums from till The first album CHOCOLATE MILK released in the seventies is 'Action Speaks Louder Than Words' on RCA Records. Other album - Hipnotism - Blue Jeans - Friction Top 25 Day. 1. .
  5. US funk group formed in in New Orleans, Louisiana. Early sessions with producer Allen Toussaint resulted in the band being signed to RCA Victor in the summer of , and releasing 'Action Speaks Louder Than Words ' (#15 R&B / #69 pop), which was sampled often in the hip hop era. The group eventually released 8 albums for RCA. Other hits include 'Girl Callin'' (#14 R&B) and 'Blue Jeans.
  6. Chocolate Milk backed Toussaint as a live band and on his album New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival (), and also recorded with Paul McCartney. The band then signed with RCA Records. Their first of eight albums released on RCA was Action Speaks Louder Than Words, an album that included a political message.
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  8. CHOCOLATE MILK Vinyl Records and CDs US funk group formed in in New Orleans, Louisiana. Early sessions with producer resulted in the band being signed to in the summer of , and releasing '[m=]' (#15 R&B / #69 pop), which was sampled often in the hip hop era.

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