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We - Party flac mp3
Performer:
We
Album:
Party
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1479 mb
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The Party Album (stylized as The Party Album!) is the second studio album by Dutch dance group Vengaboys. It was first released internationally under the name The Party Album! in 1999 and was later re-released under the title Greatest Hits Part 1 with alternate versions of some songs and other songs being replaced entirely. Two singles were released from The Party Album: "Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!!" and "We're Going to Ibiza"

English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português (Brasil) Русский. Heat - Party Album ‎(2xCD, Album, Comp). Universal Music TV. 068 170-2.

Compre vinil e CDs e complete sua coleção. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português (Brasil) Русский. We are working hard on improving the Master Release page and we'd like your feedback. Various ‎– Heat - Party Album.

The Party Album! is the second studio album released by Vengaboys on July 4, 1999. The album featured memorable singles such as To Brazil!, Parada De Tetta, Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!!, and We Like To Party! (The Vengabus). The Party Album! Q&A. Producers Aircheck, Danski, DJ Delmundo & 3 more. Writers Aircheck, Ary Barroso, Benny Andersson & 6 more.

The Platinum Album by Vengaboys. View all albums . The Party Album! By: Vengaboys (1998, Electronic). 1. We Like To Party!. 2. Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!!. 5. We’re Going To Ibiza.

We Like to Party" starts off the album quite nicely; predictably it offers several similar sounding tracks like "Up and Down" (virtually a note-for-note rewrite of the lead track) and "Boom Boom Boom Boom. The campy approach can be overbearing, but the upbeat, tuneful material on this release is difficult to dislike. The music gets a little more daring as the album progresses. The Party Album is consistently pleasant, fun, and wildly entertaining. While it obviously lacks the artistic and historical significance of Sgt. Pepper and fails to make any important political or social statements, it definitely serves its purpose and serves it well.

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We - Primary Artist