Michael Rowe & Danny Dread - I've Never Trouble Too FLAC album
Title: I've Never Trouble Too
FLAC version ZIP size: 1421 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1506 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1752 mb
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Produced by Christofer Drew. Album Year One. Trouble Lyrics. I'm in trouble I'm an addict I'm addicted to this girl She's got my heart tied in a knot And my stomach in a whirl But even worse I can't stop calling her She's all I want and more I mean damn What's not to adore? I've been playing too much guitar I've been listening to jazz I called so many times I swear she's going mad And that cellular will be the death of us I swear, I swear. I've been playing too much guitar I've been listening to jazz I called so many times I swear she's going mad And that cellular will be the death of us I swear, I swear. And oh O-oh, o-oh, o-ooh Oh I'm running my mouth Just like I got her But I surely don't Because she's so O-oh, o-oh, o-ooh Rock 'n roll And out of my league Is she out of my league?
Trouble is the self-titled fourth studio album by the American doom metal band Trouble, released in 1990. It was the band's first release on Def American. All songs by Eric Wagner, Bruce Franklin and Rick Wartell. At the End of My Daze" – 3:13. Psychotic Reaction" – 3:15. A Sinner's Fame" – 4:18. The Misery Shows (Act II)" – 7:21. Black Shapes of Doom" – 3:47. Heaven on My Mind" – 4:09.
For his first album of the 80s, however, he produced a jazzier, more nuanced album that ultimately proved so low-key that many people still don’t think to give it the time it deserves. 17: Bronski Beat: The Age of Consent (October 1984) Perhaps they were just a little too ahead of their time, but Bronski Beat seem forever stuck in a no-man’s-land where their achievements have become overshadowed by bigger names doing much the same thing (hello, Pet Shop Boys). Following his major-label debut, Mellow Gold, with a scratchy, lo-fi indie album was a masterstroke that said you’d never be able to pin him down.
It's also their funniest, and most self-referential. It's a sign of trust that they can convey all of their ornate and rich melancholy without every sad note being underlined by a bassoon.
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|none||Danny Dread / Michael Rowe||Danny Dread / Michael Rowe - I've Troubles Too (7")||Bun Gem Records||none||Jamaica||1988|
|none||Michael Rowe / Danny Dread||Michael Rowe / Danny Dread - I've Got Troubles Too (12")||Bun Gem Records||none||Jamaica||Unknown|
|BG 7001||Michael Rowe / Danny Dread||Michael Rowe / Danny Dread - I've Got Troubles (7")||Bun Gem Records||BG 7001||US||1988|
|BG 0037||Sugar Minot* / Michael Rowe & Danny Dread||Sugar Minot* / Michael Rowe & Danny Dread - Love Machine / Have Got Troubles Too (12")||Impact!||BG 0037||US||Unknown|