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1985 - Run-DMC скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве, либо слушайте песню RUN-DMC - King of Rock, Run DMC - King Of Rock (1985), Run DMC - Together Forever (1985), 1985 - Run-DMC - King of Rock, Run-DMC - It s Not Funny (1985), а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. Run-Dmc – You Talk Too Much 1985. Run DMC – Together Forever (Krush-Groove 4) (Live). Run DMC – 1985-07-13-Live Aid, John F. Kennedy.
is the debut studio album of American hip hop group Run–D. released on March 27, 1984 by Profile Records. The album was produced by Russell Simmons and Larry Smith. It was considered groundbreaking for its time, presenting a harder, more aggressive form of hip hop. The album's sparse beats and aggressive rhymes were in sharp contrast with the light, funky sound that was popular in hip hop at the time
1750 downloads at 37 mb/s. A1. You Talk Too Much. A2. Daryll & Joe (Krush Groove 3). 6:30. B1. You Talk Too Much (Instrumental). B2. Daryll & Joe (Krush Groove 3, Instrumental).
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Darryl and Joe (Krush-Groove 3) 10. Slow and Low (Demo) 11. Together Forever (Krush-Groove 4) (Live) 12. Jam-Master Jammin' (Remix, Long Version) 13. King of Rock (Live from Live-Aid).
B4Daryll & Joe (Krush Groove 3). Run DMC. King Of Rock. Get On Down Item No: 521972. But there was much more to King Of Rock than the title track, including more rock, rap hybrids – Can You Rock It Like This and You’re Blind – as well as the additional singles Jam-Master Jammin’ and You Talk Too Much. The latter, incidentally, charted as high as King Of Rock on both the Pop and R&B charts). Throw in the forward-thinking reggae/rap collab Roots, Rap, Reggae (featuring the legendary Yellowman) and the ation Darryl and Joe (Krush-Groove 3) and the album – which went on to pass Platinum status – is a winner from A1 to B4. Item Details.
|A1||You Talk Too Much||6:50|
|A2||Daryll & Joe (Krush Groove 3)||6:30|
|B1||You Talk Too Much (Instrumental)||6:50|
|B2||Daryll & Joe (Krush Groove 3, Instrumental)||6:30|
|PRO-7069||Run-D.M.C.*||You Talk Too Much / Daryll & Joe (Krush-Groove 3) (12")||Profile Records||PRO-7069||US||1985|
|PRO-7069-0||Run-DMC||You Talk Too Much / Daryll & Joe (Krush Groove 3) (12", RE)||Profile Records||PRO-7069-0||US||1995|
|BRW 25||Run-D.M.C.*||You Talk Too Much (7")||4th & Broadway||BRW 25||UK||1985|
|PRO-5069||Run-D.M.C.*||You Talk Too Much (7")||Profile Records||PRO-5069||US||1985|
|PRO-7069-DJ||Run-D.M.C.*||You Talk Too Much / Daryll & Joe (Krush Groove 3) (12", Promo)||Profile Records||PRO-7069-DJ||US||1985|