Heatwave - Power Cuts - All Their Hottest Hits FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music
Title: Power Cuts - All Their Hottest Hits
FLAC version ZIP size: 1937 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1339 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1171 mb
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Their third single, "Boogie Nights" from their debut album, in 1977 reached No. 2 on the British popular music charts in January and in America in November. The single was certified platinum by the RIAA. The group's debut album, Too Hot to Handle, was released in the spring of 1977, giving Heatwave a No. 11 on the Hot 200 and No. 5 on the R&B charts, while the next single, the soul ballad "Always and Forever", reached No. 18 on the Hot 100 in April 1978 and. No. 2 on the R&B charts. Continuing to use Barry Blue's production skills, Heatwave released their second album Central Heating in April 1978. Lead single "The Groove Line," reached No. 7 on the Hot 100 in July 1978 . Power Cuts: All Their Hottest Hits. Heatwave's Greatest Hits. Gangsters of the Groove – '90s Mix.
Light Summery Warm Sweet Romantic Stylish.
A heatwave has prompted wildfires and power cuts across Europe, with at least three people dying in Italy due to the weather. Further north, Paris was due to experience its hottest day of the heatwave so far with a predicted high of 37C, with authorities maintaining a ban on driving older cars to curb heatwave-related pollution. The World Meteorological Organisation said 2019 was on track to be among the world's hottest years, and 2015-2019 the hottest five-year period on record.
The heatwave in Europe has seen Southern France placed on an unprecedented red alert and firefighters in Spain battle wildfires on a scale not seen for 20 years. The average high of 3. C on Wednesday broke France’s previous June record Wildfire and deaths as heatwave hits Europe.
The heatwave saw soaring temperatures across much of the UK throughout June and July. Dry, sweltering conditions for weeks on end gave way to a more average August, said the Met Office. The hottest day of 2018 so far was Thursday, 26 July, when temperatures reached 3. C in Faversham, Kent. But it still did not top the UK's highest-ever recorded temperature of 3. C (101F), also in Faversham, in August 2003. Heatwave blamed for record A&E attendances. But rather than taking their foot off the pedal, ministers continue to fuel the crisis with more roads and runways and by championing the development of dirty gas and oil. "It's time for the government to take the heat off the planet by ending our fossil fuel fixation, investing in energy efficiency and developing the UK's huge renewable power potential.
Volumes and quality not affected. Heatwave cuts Ukrainian blueberry season short. About three weeks ago the blueberry season in Ukraine started. With a heatwave striking Europe it’s not crazy to think a lot of the produce could be lost, but according to one Ukrainian exporter the season is not in jeopardy. In fact, it’s just speeded up the season. The Ukrainian blueberries season just started a few weeks ago and now only taking on volumes. Despite having a go at the organic cultivation, Vinaigrette does aim to also increase their conventional produce: This season we will export organic blueberries and about 80% of the harvested volume will be exported, which comes down to about 50-60 tons. We plan to export conventional produce with a 10-20% growth compared to last year.
Power cuts, sizzled tennis players and runaway grassfires featured in another scorching summer's day in and around Sydney, with only a limited respite before the heat returns. More than 17,000 people across Sydney were left without power for hours on Wednesday after the hottest day of the year saw temperatures hit 42 degrees in the west and 38 degrees in the city. Power was restored to most residents and businesses by 8pm after outages in the north, south and west of Sydney started plaguing the electricity network about . 5pm.
Rock Metal Rock Metal Metal шансон Rock Age Rock 02:46 320 Кб/с 98. 33. Come Back, Maybellene. Mercy Dee. 02:29 320 Кб/с 91. 34.
|A4||Look After Love||4:20|
|A5||The Big Guns||4:07|
|A6||The Groove Line||4:22|
|B1||Mind Blowing Decisions||4:16|
|B2||Always And Forever||4:45|
|B3||Posin' Till Closin'||3:38|
|B4||Too Hot To Handle||3:20|
|B5||Lettin' It Loose||4:19|
|B6||Gangsters Of The Groove||4:02|
- Copyright (c) – CBS Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Records
- Design – Nicolas Marchant*
- Photography By – Niall Doull-Connolly
- Producer – Barry Blue (tracks: A1, A3 to B2, B4, B5), James Guthrie (tracks: A2, B3, B6), Johnnie Wilder Jr. (tracks: A2, A4, A5, B3, B5, B6), Phil Ramone (tracks: A3)
- Written-By – Johnnie Wilder* (tracks: B1), Rod Temperton (tracks: A1 to A6, B2 to B6)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: MCPS/BIEM
- Label Code: LC 0199
- Price Code: CB 471
|EPC 25199||Heatwave||Power Cuts - All Their Hottest Hits (LP, Comp)||Epic||EPC 25199||UK||1982|
|EPC 25199||Heatwave||Power Cuts - All Their Hottest Hits (LP, Comp, Promo)||Epic||EPC 25199||Netherlands||1982|
|EPC 25199||Heatwave||Power Cuts - All Their Hottest Hits (LP, Comp, TP)||Epic||EPC 25199||UK||1982|
|EPC 25199||Heatwave||Power Cuts - All Their Hottest Hits (LP, Comp)||Epic||EPC 25199||Portugal||1982|
|468921 2||Heatwave||Power Cuts - All Their Hottest Hits (CD, Comp)||Epic||468921 2||UK||1991|