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Commodores

Commodores

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1
Squeeze The Fruit
Commodores
3:02
2
Funny Feelings
Commodores
4:53
3
Heaven Knows
Commodores
4:47
4
Zoom
Commodores
6:47
5
Won't You Come Dance WIth Me
Commodores
3:51
6
Brick House
Commodores
3:32
7
Funky Situation
Commodores
3:47
8
Patch It Up
Commodores
4:03
9
Easy
Commodores
4:17
Total Playing Time    38:59
Billboard 200 - #3, 1977
Billboard Hot 100 - #4, 1977 - Easy
Billboard Hot 100 - #5, 1977 - Brick House

This 1977 self-titled release from The Commodores peaked at number three on the mainstream Billboard album chart and spent eight weeks at number one on the R&B chart, the band's most successful album to that point. The two huge hits contained here represent the two sides of the group: the funky Brick House and the smooth Lionel Richie ballad Easy; both of which reached the top five on the US singles chart. In the UK this album was released under the title Zoom.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Motown Records Studio Masters

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