Was (Not Was) ‎– Are You Okay?

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A1 Are You Okay?
Keyboards – Jeff LorberMixed By – Keith CohenRap – G Love E
A2 Papa Was A Rollin' Stone
Mixed By – Keith CohenRap – G Love EWritten-By – B. Strong*, N. Whitfield*
A3 I Feel Better Than James Brown
Keyboards – Jeff LorberMixed By – Ed Cherney
A4 How The Heart Behaves
Keyboards – Jeff LorberKeyboards [Additional] – Brad BuxerMixed By, Producer [Additional] – Keith Cohen
A5 Maria Novarro
Mixed By – Keith CohenVocals – The Roches
B1 I Blew Up The United States
Backing Vocals – Doug FiegerMixed By – Keith Cohen
B2 In K-Mart Wardrobe
Keyboards – Jeff LorberMixed By – Keith Cohen
B3 Elvis' Rolls Royce
Backing Vocals – Iggy PopLead Vocals – Leonard CohenMixed By – Ed Cherney
B4 Dressed To Be Killed
Backing Vocals – Doug FiegerMixed By – Keith CohenWritten-By, Rap – G Love E
B5 Just Another Couple Broken Hearts
Keyboards – Jeff LorberMixed By – Ed Cherney
B6 You! You! You!
Lead Vocals – Syd StrawMixed By – Ed CherneyWritten-By, Keyboards – Luis Resto
B7 Look What's Back

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℗ 1990 Phonogram Ltd. (London)
Made in Holland

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 42284 63514 1
  • Label Code: LC 0211
  • Rights Society: B.I.E.M / STEMRA

Other Versions (5 of 23) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
521086 Was (Not Was) Are You Okay?(Cass, Album) PGP RTB, Fontana 521086 Yugoslavia 1990 Sell This Version
F4 21778 Was (Not Was) Are You Okay?(Cass, Album, Promo) Chrysalis F4 21778 US 1990 Sell This Version
846 351-1, 221457 Was (Not Was) Are You Okay?(LP, Album) Fontana, PGP RTB 846 351-1, 221457 Yugoslavia 1990 Sell This Version
PHCR-1015 Was (Not Was) Are You Okay?(CD, Album) Fontana PHCR-1015 Japan 1990 Sell This Version
F2 21778 Was (Not Was) Are You Okay?(CD, Album, Lon) Chrysalis F2 21778 US 1990 Sell This Version

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professormouse

professormouse

November 7, 2018
No love for this album ?
Side One is so good it's over b4 you realise.
Side 2 is equally as listenable even if there's no singles that went huge as far as I remember ?