Thank You Mr. D.J. - Silver Convention - Greatest Hits (CD)


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  1. The song was also covered by American industrial metal band Static-X, and released as a bonus track for the album Cannibal, in "Thank You, Mr. DJ", a B-side of the "No, No, Joe" single was sampled by the Australian alternative rock band Regurgitator for the track "The Song Formally Known As" from their second album, Unit.
  2. Thank You, Mr. D.J. Lyrics: Whoa whoa whoa whoa / Thank you mister DJ / Your sweet music / Made me fall in love / Once again I'm dancing / While the lights are shining / And so thank you mister DJ.
  3. you have to be a very big fan of silver convention (as i am) to get this album. it has all the misses & B sides that you can expect. the versions are the album lenght, i already have the 12" versions of the greatest hits. they are easy to find., but if you're a true fan of silver convention, you have to have heart of stone & old wine in new bottles. oh! when you look in the picture the timing /5(27).
  4. Kaufe Very Best Of CD von Silver Convention für 18,82 EUR versandkostenfrei. Jetzt kostenlos anhören. Mehr als CDs, DVDs, Vinyls, LPs, Games & Technikartikel seit bei Grooves Inc. kaufen, Kostenlose Lieferung.
  5. Silver Convention - Greatest Hits (Full Album) 01 Telegram 02 Save Me 03 There's Always Another Girl 04 Tiger Baby 05 San Francisco Hustle 06 Fancy Party 07 Everybody's Talking 'Bout Love 08 Fly Robin Fly 09 You've Got What It Takes 13 No No Joe 14 Thank you Mr. D.J. 15 Get Up And Boogie 16 Midnight Lady (BONUS TRACK. Publicado por letvel.
  6. Thank You Mr. D.J. Tiger Baby: You've Got What It Takes (To Please Your Woman) Companies, etc. Reissue of CD release Silver Convention - Greatest Hits. Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode (Text): 0 2; Barcode (Scanned): ; Other 5/5(4).
  7. Thank You Mr. D.J. Get Up and Boogie is the second studio album by the German disco group Silver Convention, and perhaps best known for including the song "Get Up and Boogie", which hit #1 on June 15, in Canada and reached #2 in the United States. Critical reception of the album was mixed, both back then and today, although 4/5(1).
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Greatest Hits on Discogs/5(9).

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