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From the 1982 debut album "FB3". Авторы текста и музыки. Terry Hall, Lynval Golding, Neville Staple.
The Fun Boy Three Staring Terry Hall Neville Staples Lynval Golding Gasp Wonder And Thrill To The Sound Of The 80s IN FUNBOYSCOPE.
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The Fun Boy Three is the debut album by The Fun Boy Three, a band consisting of three ex-members of the UK ska band The Specials: Terry Hall, Neville Staple and Lynval Golding. It was released in 1982 by Chrysalis Records and was re-released in 1999 by EMI as Fame. Several songs on the album feature backing vocals by the female pop trio Bananarama.
FB3 were well known faces in the 2-Tone Movement as they all were prominent members of The Specials. When "Ghost Town" reached UK on July 11, 1981, The Specials had split - Singers Terry Hall, Neville Staples and Lynval Golding had left as the Fun Boy Three with their first single already recorded with Dave Jordan. Membros: Lynval Golding, Neville Staple, Terry Hall. Variações: Visualizando tudo Fun Boy Three.
Скачать песню Fun Boy Three в хорошем качестве (320Kbps), а также слушать их онлайн. The more I see the less I believe. The Farmyard Connection. We're Having All the Fun. 3:30. The Telephone Always Rings. It Ain't What You Do (It's the Way That You Do It). 6:30. Summertime (Extended 12'' Mix). Really Sayin' Something (with Fun Boy Three).
Album · 1982 · 17 Songs. More By Fun Boy Three. See All. The Very Best of the Specials and Fun Boy Three (Re-Recorded Versions).
Covering Fun Boy Three's brief but productive career, this Dutch collection takes in tracks from the band's two early-'80s albums. Formed by ex-Specials members Terry Hall, Neville Campbell, and Lynval Golding, FB3 took off from the Specials' blend of ska and rocksteady to forge a mix of that also included pop, soul, jazz, and cabaret-style numbers featuring haunting vocal harmonies and primitive-sounding tribal percussion. Beyond that, the CD is a highly subjective mix of album sides, which unfortunately doesn't include such highlights as "Our Lips are Sealed," "It Ain't What You Do," and "The Telephone Rings. Topped off with the Bananarama-feature "Really Saying Something" and the grand tango ballad "Things We Do," this best-of collection doesn't quite qualify as an ultimate collection, but it will certainly please fans looking for a FB3 roundup with many of the band's EP and singles-only sides.
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