Captain Kook - Push It album download
|1||Push It (Radio Edit)||3:16|
|2||Push It (Extended Ragamix)||4:06|
|3||Push It (Bonus Video Track)||3:16|
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Notes2005 Diemme Ed.Musicali
|MV 001||Captain Kook feat. Papa Winnie||Captain Kook feat. Papa Winnie - Push It (12", S/Sided)||Move Records||MV 001||Italy||2005|
Home Funky/Club House Move Italy Captain Kook feat Papa Winnie . Push It. CAPTAIN KOOK feat PAPA WINNIE. Cat: MV 001 Released: 6 June, 2005 Genre: Funky/Club House.
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Scarface (Push It to the Limit). Scarface (Push It to the Limit)" is a song written by record producers Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte and recorded by American musician Paul Engemann. It appeared on the soundtrack for the 1983 motion picture Scarface.
Push It - Extended Ragamix. Captain Kook, Captain Kook, Papa Winnie.
The song was perfect for club play, where lyrics like, "come here, gimme a kiss, better make it fast or else I'm gonna get pissed" can get lost in the groove. The big hook is the "Oooh, baby, baby" section, which complements the percussive production. Another memorable section is the vocal interlude, where Hurby implores us to get on the dance floor, but "only the sexy people. This version of "Push It" got it's own release late in 1987 and was added to subsequent copies of the group's first album Hot, Cool & Vicious, originally released in 1986. Salt-N-Pepa hated this song, as they thought it undermined their rap credibility and didn't have any lyrical direction they could support.