Cherrelle ‎– High Priority+4

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1 The Opening 1:04
2 You Look Good To Me 4:49
3 Artificial Heart 5:05
4 New Love 3:49
5 Oh No It's U Again 4:58
6 Saturday Love
Vocals – Alexander O'Neal
6:30
7 Will You Satisfy? 4:14
8 Where Do I Run To? 4:39
9 High Priority 6:03
10 New Love (Reprise) 0:48
Bonus Tracks
11 Artificial Heart (Dance Remix) 8:30
12 Oh No It's U Again (Extended Ver.) 6:40
13 Saturday Love (Extended Ver.) 8:41
14 You Look Good To Me (Extended Remix) 9:32

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ⓟ1985 Tabu Records Inc.
ⓒ2013 Original sound recording owned by Hey Day Entertainment LLC., licensed courtesy of Demon Music Group Ltd.
Manufactured & distributed by Ultra-Vybe,Inc. JAPAN

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  • Barcode: 4 526180 136910

Other Versions (5 of 13) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BFZ 40094 Cherrelle High Priority(LP, Album) Tabu Records BFZ 40094 US 1985 Sell This Version
Z 40094, FZ 40094 Cherrelle High Priority(LP, Album) Tabu Records, Tabu Records Z 40094, FZ 40094 US 1985 Sell This Version
TBU 26699, TABU 26699 Cherrelle High Priority(LP, Album) Tabu Records, Tabu Records TBU 26699, TABU 26699 UK & Europe 1985 Sell This Version
7243 5 41818 2 5 Cherrelle High Priority(CD, Album) The Right Stuff 7243 5 41818 2 5 US 2003 Sell This Version
40-26699 Cherrelle High Priority(Cass, Album) Tabu Records 40-26699 UK 1985 Sell This Version

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May 1, 2015
Wasted money on Demon's re-release of High Priority because I wanted the long version of "You Look Good To Me" on CD (as it has never been on CD before) only to find out that they transferred it from vinyl and did a really terrible job in doing so. They could have at least poured isopropyl rubbing alcohol over the record to clean it for the transfer. Then, found out that Japan licensed it from Demon and pressed their own version and being the masterminds of perfection that Japan is when it comes issuing CDs from other countries, found it to be from a master tape. Sounds a LOT better. Thanks, Japan.