Jellybean* ‎– Wotupski!?!

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EMI America ‎– MLP-19011
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A1 Compromise 6:39
A2 Sidewalk Talk
Vocals – Madonna
6:06
A3 Dancing On The Fire 6:30
B1 Was Dog A Doughnut 7:59
B2 The Mexican 8:44

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  • Barcode (Scanned): 077771901119

Other Versions (5 of 15) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
50 2402311 Jellybean* Wotupski!?!(LP) EMI America 50 2402311 Italy 1984 Sell This Version
1A 064-26 0919 1 Jellybean* Wotupski!?!(LP) EMI America 1A 064-26 0919 1 Europe 1984 Sell This Version
2402311 John "Jellybean" Benitez Wotupski!?!(LP, Album) EMI America 2402311 Portugal 1984 Sell This Version
064 2402311 Jellybean* Wotupski!?!(LP, Album) EMI America 064 2402311 Spain 1984 Sell This Version
50 2402314 Jellybean* Wotupski!?!(Cass) EMI America 50 2402314 Italy 1984 Sell This Version

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professormouse

professormouse

April 27, 2019
What did you expect from a friend of That Woman ?
I remember hearing Paul Gambaccinni rave about this on Radio 1 aeons ago...and how for a long while this album was promo only and at Number One in the dance charts with no proper sales ?
Sadly for the geeks it IS this guys remakes of The Mexican and Was Dog A Doughnut that REMINDED EVERYBODY of Those Classics.
A bit like 'how-tf' did Black Box ever happen if Loleatta Holloway was so Universally LOved, Eh ?
Compromise is the best actual song but there isn't one duff track here & the Japanese LP squeezes an Edit of The Mexican on too.
5 outta 5 = literally.
meatsock

meatsock

January 17, 2018
this album contains an acceptable electro track by cat stevens