War Party - Eddy Grant - The Best Of Eddy Grant (CD)

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  1. Song Review by Jo-Ann Greene. After the pop-fired "I Don't Wanna Dance" and the fierce funk of "Electric Avenue," "War Party" brought Eddy Grant's rootsy sound to the fore. The song boasts an extremely tough edge, with a reggae riff as sharp as a finely honed machete. Grant's production is particularly notable here, and in an innovative turn, he makes the guitar fuel the rhythm, with the .
  2. Eddy Grant (b. ) is a Guyanese musician. Born Edmond Montague Grant on the 5th March in Plaisance, Guyana, he emigrated with parents to London, England when he was still young. As a teenager he formed the multi-racial group The Equals.
  3. The Very Best Of (Road To Reparation) Welcome To Reggaeland - The Best Of Reggae Hits. Greatest Hits. Killer On The Rampage. Walking On Sunshine (The Very Best Of Eddy Grant) War Party Bw I Love You. The Best Of Eddy Grant.
  4. Eddy Grant discography and songs: Music profile for Eddy Grant, born 5 March Genres: Pop Reggae, Electro-Disco, Synthpop. Albums include Electric Avenue / Time Warp, Killer on the Rampage, and Gimme Hope Jo'anna / Say Hello to Fidel.
  5. Eddy Grant stands among an elite group of artists as one who has not just merely moved successfully across the musical spectrum, but has actually been at the forefront of genres and even created one of his own. From pop star to reggae radical, musical entrepreneur to the inventor of ringbang, the artist has cut a swath through the world of music and made it his own.
  6. The Very Best of Eddy Grant - the Road to Reparation contains 18 classic Eddy Grant tracks spanning his solo career , from his solo debut album Walking on Sunshine right up to Reparation. The tracks were selected by Eddy himself and serves as a reminder of what a /5().
  7. You invite me to a war party Me no want to go Everybody seem to be inviting me to - a war party Me no want to go Heard about the last one So thanks but-no Thank you You You killed off all the Indians And you killed off all the slaves But no quite So you killed off the remains You a look for me And I'm looking for you I can't believe what they say about you is true That you're a bad star just.
  8. Format: CD, Compilation Pays: UK Date: Genre: Reggae Style: Reggae, Reggae-Pop Pistes 1. Gimme Hope Jo'anna 2. I Don't Wanna Dance 3. Electric Avenue 4. Can't Get Enough 5. Do You Feel My Love 6. My Turn To Love You 7. Till I Can't Take Love No More 8. Killer On The Rampage 9. Baby Come Back Walking On Sunshine Living On The.

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