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Caught In The Act

Commodores

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1
Wide Open
Commodores
3:31
2
Slippery When Wet
Commodores
3:20
3
The Bump
Commodores
2:53
4
I'm Ready
Commodores
3:20
5
This Is Your Life
Commodores
5:52
6
Let's Do It Right
Commodores
3:42
7
Better Never Than Forever
Commodores
3:47
8
Look What You've Done To Me
Commodores
3:55
9
You Don't Know That I Know
Commodores
6:33
10
Wide Open (Reprise)
Commodores
1:04
Total Playing Time    37:57
Billboard 200 - #26, 1975

"... they make a case for their funk. I already believed, but the argument is a lot of fun. B."
- Robert Christgau

"... (boasts) the danceable, funky sound the group originally became noted for, via a string of earthy R&B hit singles like Slippery When Wet ..."
- Blues & Soul

The second album from The Commodores, released in 1975, broke into the US top 30 and includes the band's first number one R&B hit Slippery When Wet.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – UNI/MOTOWN Studio Masters

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