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Mitch Ryder And The Detroit Wheels – Break Out, I Need Help. Written-By – B. Crewe, C. Calello.
Rockin' Hits of Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels Detroit Breakout! Big Wheels. Say, I ain't no fool and I ain't gonna let them treat us this way I ain't gonna stop until I reach the top someday. They're gonna respect us baby Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah. Breakout now, gotta breakout now Breakout now, gotta breakout now. Packin' all my bags, I'm movin' on I won't hear that small talk when I'm gone.
Ryder & the Wheels' second album, featuring the classic "Devil with a Blue Dress On/Good Golly, Miss Molly" workout, continues the pattern of their debut; strong renditions of R&B classics, chopped and channeled and revved up to maximum torque. With the use of the original two-track master, the sound of it fairly sparkles. Charles Calello, Bob Crewe. Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels.
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