℗ 1978 Private Stock Records
 

Think It Over

Cissy Houston

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1.1
Think It Over
Cissy Houston
5:54
1.2
Love Don't Hurt People
Cissy Houston
2:58
1.3
Somebody Should Have Told Me
Cissy Houston
4:23
1.4
After You
Cissy Houston
4:37
1.5
Warning - Danger
Cissy Houston
5:50
1.6
I Just Want to Be with You
Cissy Houston
5:00
1.7
An Umbrella Song
Cissy Houston
2:52
1.8
Sometimes
Cissy Houston
3:27
1.9
I Won't Be the One
Cissy Houston
2:54
1.10
Warning - Danger (Extended Disco Mix)
Cissy Houston
10:22
1.11
An Umbrella Song (Extended Disco Mix)
Cissy Houston
5:48
1.12
Somebody Should Have Told Me (Extended Disco Mix)
Cissy Houston
8:01
1.13
Think It Over (Extended Disco Remix)
Cissy Houston
7:57
Total Playing Time    70:03
- Billboard Dance Chart - "Think It Over" (1978) - #5 Think It Over is a 1978 studio album by American gospel/soul singer Cissy Houston, released on Private Stock Records. The album was produced by Michael Zager, and has been remastered and rereleased with 4 bonus extended disco mixes.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Private Stock Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-13 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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