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UB40 - Labour Of Love II album mp3

Performer: UB40
Title: Labour Of Love II
Released: 1989
Style: Reggae-Pop
Rating: 4.5
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Labour of Love II is the ninth album and second covers album by UB40, released in 1989. The album contained two Top Ten Billboard Hot 100 hits – "Here I Am (Come and Take Me)" peaked at No. 7, "The Way You Do the Things You Do" peaked at No. 6 – and "Kingston Town" reached No. 4 on the UK singles chart. Here I Am (Come and Take Me)" (original by Al Green; modelled after the reggae arrangement by Irving "Al" Brown) – 4:00. Tears from My Eyes" (Teddy Davis) – 3:50. Groovin'" (Byron Lee) – 3:50.

Matrix, Runout (Variant 1): DEPCD-14 42 C5 MASTERED BY DADC AUSTRIA. Matrix, Runout (Variant 2): DEPCD-14 42 C1 MASTERED BY DADC AUSTRIA. Other (Distribution code - Germany): D:222. Other (Distribution code - France): F: PM 527. Other Versions (5 of 68) View All. Cat.CADEP 14, 410 258-630. Labour Of Love II ‎(Cass, Album). DEP International, Virgin.

All lyrics from Labour Of Love II album, popular UB40 songs with tracklist and information about album. Labels Virgin, DEP International. Astro, Robin Campbell, Ali Campbell. Robin Campbell, Ali Campbell.

Tracklist: 1. Here I Am (Come And Take Me), 2. Tears From My Eyes, 3. Groovin’, 4. The Way You Do The Things You Do, 5. Wear You To The Ball, 6. Singer Man, 7. Kingston Town, 8. Baby, 9. Wedding Day, 10. Sweet Cherrie, 11. Stick By Me, 12. Just Another Girl, 13. Homely Girl, 14. Impossible Love. 1. Here I Am (Come And Take Me). 2. Tears From My Eyes. 4. The Way You Do The Things You Do. 5. Wear You To The Ball.

Labour of Love II downplays the band's driving horn section in favor of sterile keyboards and electronic percussion replaces acoustic. Covers of R&B chestnuts "Here I Am (Come and Take Me)" and "The Way You Do the Things You Do" are enjoyable enough, but the band has a harder time adding much to the reggae-sourced numbers. Only the Heptones' wonderful "Baby" gets a decent workout, with the rest only serving as reminders of how well the originals were written.

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