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Natural High

Commodores

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1
Fire Girl
Commodores
4:18
2
X-Rated Movie
Commodores
4:48
3
Flying High
Commodores
5:16
4
Three Times A Lady
Commodores
6:48
5
Such A Woman
Commodores
4:41
6
Say Yeah
Commodores
5:43
7
I Like What You Do
Commodores
4:50
8
Visions
Commodores
5:44
Total Playing Time    42:08
Billboard 200 - #3, 1978
Billboard Hot 100 - #1, 1978 - Three Times A Lady

"... the group's identity was changing from that of a funk group that occasionally played good ballads to an internationally famous pop/soul group that sometimes funked it up."
- SoulTracks

The Commodores continued their rise to stardom in the late 1970s with Natural High, featuring the massive international single Three Times A Lady, the group's first number one hit. Written by Lionel Richie as the centerpiece of the album, its success earned him new found respect as a songwriter.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Motown Records Studio Masters

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