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The Brand New Heavies - Original Flava FLAC album

Tracklist

1 Rest Of Me
2 Put Yourself In My Shoes
3 Reality
4 Country Funkin'
5 Got To Give
6 Mother's Tongue
7 Dream Come True
8 Never Stop
9 Headhunters (Live)
10 A Day At The Seaside

Credits

  • Compiled By – Eddie Piller
  • Producer – Godwin Logie (tracks: 2, 5), The Brand New Heavies

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 018615 911425

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JAZID LP 114 The Brand New Heavies Original Flava ‎(LP, Comp) Acid Jazz JAZID LP 114 UK 1994
JAZID MC114 The Brand New Heavies Original Flava ‎(Cass, Comp) Acid Jazz JAZID MC114 UK 1994
PCCY-649 The Brand New Heavies Original Flava ‎(CD, Comp) Acid Jazz PCCY-649 Japan 1994
JAZIDCD901 The Brand New Heavies Original Flava ‎(CD, Album, RE) Acid Jazz JAZIDCD901 UK 2017
HR-68003-2 The Brand New Heavies Original Flava ‎(CD, Comp) Hollywood Records HR-68003-2 US 1994

The Brand New Heavies - Original Flava FLAC album

Musician performer: The Brand New Heavies

Title: Original Flava

Country: UK

Date of release: 1994

Style: Acid Jazz

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1690 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 250

Other Formats: AA MIDI AU MP1 TTA AAC DMF

Related to The Brand New Heavies - Original Flava FLAC Albums

Umsida
I decided to mark the 3 versions under this master as "Compilation", because "Original Flava" is not really an original album. The 10 songs were never intended to comprise an album by themselves. More appropriately, the track list consists of everything that wasn't used for the first proper album, "The Brand New Heavies". So, it is a collection/compilation of leftover tracks - albeit some very good tracks. One version even states "compiled by Eddie Piller". Discogs rules are not clear-cut on this matter.
Umsida
I decided to mark the 3 versions under this master as "Compilation", because "Original Flava" is not really an original album. The 10 songs were never intended to comprise an album by themselves. More appropriately, the track list consists of everything that wasn't used for the first proper album, "The Brand New Heavies". So, it is a collection/compilation of leftover tracks - albeit some very good tracks. One version even states "compiled by Eddie Piller". Discogs rules are not clear-cut on this matter.