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8 thoughts on “ Why Are You Leaving - Level 42 - Level 42 (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Apr 24,  · A fantastic debut album, highlights are the singles plus "why are you leaving" and "almost there". There simply isn't a weak track on the album. The instrumentals an this album are the best level 42 have ever done/5(9).
  2. Feb 27,  · Level 42 - "43" Album: Level 42 Year: Label: Polydor Discogs: diedandtocoremarmistmellabefokim.co
  3. Jun 17,  · This time they focus on Level The Mark King-fronted pop band enjoyed 20 UK top 30 singles during the s and early s including top ten hits such as ‘The Sun Goes Down (Living It Up)’, ‘Lessons In Love’, ‘Something About You’ and ‘Running In The Family.’.
  4. Level 42's album Level 42 | polydor records | POLSC | UK from on Polydor records. LP VINYL POP (4 / 4) 4. Change Version Add Version. Total Visits This Week. Releases. Label Cat# Country Medium Year; POLYDOR: 1: CANADA: LP ALBUM REISSUE: POLYDOR: CANADA: ALBUM REISSUE: POLYDOR: EUROPE: ALBUM REISSUE.
  5. All Over You - The K-Klass and Mother Mixes - UK - 12" VINYL - Promo more of this title COLLECTORS ITEM BACK IN STOCK LEVEL 42 All Over You - The K-Klass and Mother Mixes ( UK 8-track promotional 12" vinyl double pack for the single release, featuring seven remixes of the title track & the Porky Rides Again Remix of Forever Now, custom title sleeve.
  6. Level 42 is the debut album released in by the British group Level Level 42; Studio album by. Level Original Vinyl LP (Polydor ) "Turn It On" (Badarou, Gould, King vocals (lead vocals on 'Turn It On', "Why Are You Leaving", "Almost There" & "Love Games") Mike Lindup – Minimoog, acoustic & electric pianos Genre: Jazz-funk, dance-rock, jazz fusion.
  7. "Level 42" (8 tracks; 47 min.) starts off with one of their earliest memorable tunes (it might have been a single too, I don't remember), the upbeat "Turn It One", which immediately grabs your attention and sounds great. After that, the album goes more into slightly off-left center songs. "Why Are You Leaving" is an almost Cuban-sounding upbeat track/5(53).

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