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Four Tops - Still Waters Run Deep (1970) [1992, Reissue]

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Four Tops - Still Waters Run Deep (1970) [1992, Reissue]

Four Tops - Still Waters Run Deep (1970) [1992, Reissue]
R&B, Pop/Rock, Pop-Soul, Motown | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 29:59 | 328,90 Mb
Label: Motown (USA) | Cat.# 3746352242 | Released: 1992-02-10 (1970)

"Still Waters Run Deep" is a 1970 album by the American vocal group The Four Tops released in March 1970 on the Motown label. Produced by longtime Norman Whitfield associate Frank Wilson, the album returned (the) Four Tops to the Top 40 on the Billboard album chart where it remained for 42 weeks peaking at #21. The album yielded the popular Top 30 hits, "Still Water (Love)" (#11), which was co-written by Smokey Robinson and their cover of "It's All in the Game" (#24), which featured rare co-leads by Four Tops members Abdul "Duke" Fakir, Renaldo "Obie" Benson and Lawrence Payton singing alongside prominent lead Levi Stubbs. The album also served as inspiration behind singer Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On", the hit title track, which was written by Benson.

VA - Modern Eighties: The Long Versions (2015)

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VA - Modern Eighties: The Long Versions (2015)

VA - Modern Eighties: The Long Versions (2015)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Image) +CUE, LOG | 1.7 GB | Scans
Genre: Disco, Italo-Disco, Pop Rock | Label: Sony Music | Catalog Number: 88875 05216 2

Modern Talking, Dieter Bohlen and Thomas Anders just celebrated their 30th anniversary and stormed the current charts with Modern Talking 30. In 1984, with You're My Heart You're My Soul, you created your very own, new and then very special disco sound. They paved the way for Bad Boys Blue, CC Catch, Fox The Fox and others. Now there is Modern Eighties with the best long versions / maxi versions from that time. Of course, the successful productions Made in Germany with Milli Vanilli and Blue System are also included. 100% Eighties Disco on 3 CDs.

The Four Tops - Four Tops Live! (1966) [1992, Reissue]

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The Four Tops - Four Tops Live! (1966) [1992, Reissue]

The Four Tops - Four Tops Live! (1966) [1992, Reissue]
R&B, Soul, Pop-Soul, Motown, Live | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 51:58 | 450,08 Mb
Label: Motown (USA) | Cat.# MOTD-5258 | Released: 1992-02-10 (1966)

One of the few live albums that really conveys the flavor of the group without sacrificing performance quality. The Four Tops' stage shows have always been among the most participatory and enjoyable of any R&B or soul group, and that was clearly the case on this release.

VA - 80s Forever: The Greatest Pop Hits (2006) {Sony/BMG Music Germany}

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VA - 80s Forever: The Greatest Pop Hits (2006) {Sony/BMG Music Germany}

VA - 80s Forever: The Greatest Pop Hits (2006) {Sony/BMG Music Germany}
WEB Rip | FLAC (no log) | scans | 472 mb
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | RAR | 143 mb
Genre: pop rock, synth pop, dance pop, pop soul, soul, R&B

80s Forever: The Greatest Pop Hits is a 2006 compilation exploring a portion of what may be the best hit songs from the 1980's. This was released in Germany by Sony/BMG Music.

The Four Tops - The Definitive Collection (2008)

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The Four Tops - The Definitive Collection (2008)

The Four Tops - The Definitive Collection (2008)
R&B, Soul/Funk, Motown | EAC Rip | FLAC, Tracks+CUE+LOG+Scans (TIF) | 51:32 | 688,24 Mb
Label: Motown/UMe (USA) | Cat.# B0011733-02 | Released: 2008-09-23

Solid and steady hitmakers for Motown in the late 1960s, the Four Tops, led by the deep, soulful voice of Levi Stubbs and blessed with A-line songs from the Holland-Dozier-Holland writing team, were one of the finest singing groups the label ever produced. Singles like "Reach Out I'll Be There," "Standing in the Shadows of Love," "Bernadette," "I Can't Help Myself," and the wise-beyond-its-era "It's the Same Old Song" were radio staples in their time, and actually still continue to be staples on 21st century oldies stations. That's staying power, and it's no accident. The songs, at least the singles, were good and the Tops' sound was a hair rougher and edgier than a lot of Motown's issues at the time.