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Paul LaurenceHaven't You Heard

Label:Capitol Records – ST-12407
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Jacksonville Pressing
Country:US
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Genre:Funk / Soul
Style:Soul

Tracklist

A1Strung Out7:01
A2She's Not A Sleaze
Vocals [Duet With]Freddie Jackson, Lillo Thomas
4:54
A3You Hooked Me5:48
A4Good & Plenty5:49
B1Racism!!!5:09
B2Haven't You Heard4:07
B3There Ain't Nothin' (Like Your Lovin')4:45
B4I'm Sensitive4:12
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Notes

Produced for StoneJones Productions, Inc.

℗ © 1985, Capitol Records, Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 7777-12407-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): ST.1.12407.Z.1. #1 MASTERING BY FRANKFORD/WAYNE NEW YORK ¢ 0 o (·)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): ST.2.12407.Z.1. #1 0
  • Pressing Plant ID: 0

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Haven't You Heard (LP, Album, Stereo)Capitol Records, EMI1A 064-24 0475 1Europe1985
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Haven't You Heard (Cassette, Album)Capitol Records4XT-12407US1985
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Haven't You Heard (LP, Album)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsEST 2005, 24 0475 1UK1986
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Haven't You Heard (Cassette, Album)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsTC-EST 2005, 24 0475 4UK1986
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Haven't You Heard (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered)FunkytowngroovesFTG-236US2011

Reviews

  • denlekke's avatar
    denlekke
    Edited 2 years ago
    no reviews ?! you're crazy discogs. this thing's ACE! ace i tell you. i'm getting chills listening to it right now.
    starting out at the beginning with Strung Out, you think "oh did i put that ZHU album on" because he jacked this sound fer sure. such a moody track, it's midnight and you're speeding down the coastal highway in LA in your convertible lamborghini type thing and you've got the heat on full blast so you're gettin both hot and cold. if you aren't wiggling to this we can't be friends, it just oozes sensuality. imagine if the weeknd had quit music after his first mixtapes and not sold out to make mediocre corporate trash. there are a couple versions of this track and i love them all.
    "Racism!!!" SUCKS. that's the lyric, the song does not suck, it's really really really good. imagine if you took the Coolest (with a capital C) instrumental and then sang like Prince about how bad racism is over it.
    edit: She's Not A Sleaze and Good & Plenty get honorable mentions.

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