9 thoughts on “ Do The Slop - Various - Lets Have A Dance Party (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Let's Have a Dance Party - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  2. Let's Have a Dance Party!, an Album by Buddy Morrow. Released in on RCA Camden (catalog no. CAL ; Vinyl LP).
  3. [LP Record] Let's Have a Party Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Children's Educational Music;5/5(1).
  4. Dec 08,  · Label Code: LC / LC The Philips label was created in by the Philips Phonografische Industrie N.V. (PPI), subsidiary of the Dutch Philips Electronics company. The label was distributed globally by Philips' local subsidiaries or licensees. In the US the label was introduced by Mercury Record Corporation in In
  5. May 27,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Interpretations on Discogs. Label: Poets Club Records - PCR • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic • Style: Downtempo.
  6. First funkadelic album with a more commercial tone. And the first completely without eddie hazel on guitar. Still great, not a bad track, and better than anything they did after also check out "us music with funkadelic" (4stars) a short previously unrealesed album from gary shiders band from the same time period with several members and one song appearing on cosmic slop/5(58).
  7. International budget record label. Labelcode: LC US pressings made after have a two digit code system on the center labels, identifying the respective pressing plants: 01 or = Specialty Records Corporation 07 = United Superior Records 09 = MCA Pressing Plant, Gloversville 11 = Monarch Record Mfg. Co. 12 = PRC Recording.
  8. Mar 13,  · CLP - A Rock 'n Roll Dance Party - Various Artists [] Issued in monaural only. Reissue of RPM "MMLP " "" and "CLP " are written in the vinyl trailoff area. RPM jackets have shown up with Crown label records inside.
  9. referencing Where Will You Go When The Party's Over, LP, Album, PIR A fab record incapsulating 70s when disco was king of the hill, just before the synth-sound and drummachines conquered the genre.

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