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Three Degrees - Three D album download

Performer:

Three Degrees

Title:

Three D

Genre:

Electronic

MP3 album size:

1203 mb

Other music formats:

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Rating:

4.3 ✱

Style:

Disco

Country:

US

Date of release:

1980

Three Degrees - Three D album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Jump The Gun
Written-By – H. Faltermeyer*, K. Forsey*
6:05
A2 Red Light
Written-By – C. Bennett*, G. Moroder*
5:42
A3 Set Me Free
Written-By – C. Bennett*, G. Moroder*
7:20
B1 Starlight
Written-By – H. Faltermeyer*, K. Forsey*
4:28
B2 My Simple Heart
Written-By – Bugatti / Musker*
4:30
B3 Without You
Written-By – H. Faltermeyer*, K. Forsey*
4:04
B4 Bodycheck
Written-By – G. Moroder*, H. Faltermeyer*, K. Forsey*
3:35

Companies, etc.

  • Marketed By – Phonogram
  • Distributed By – Trutone Music

Credits

  • Producer – Giorgio Moroder, Harold Faltermeyer

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OL 1501 Three Degrees* Three D ‎(LP, Album) Ariola Records America OL 1501 US 1980
PL 31477 3 Degrees* 3D ‎(LP, Album) RCA PL 31477 Italy 1979
200 987 3 Degrees* 3D ‎(LP, Album) Ariola 200 987 Netherlands 1979
CDBBR 0037 The Three Degrees 3D ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Big Break Records CDBBR 0037 UK 2011
25AP 1756 Three Degrees* Three D ‎(LP, Album) CBS/Sony 25AP 1756 Japan 1979

3D is a studio album by vocal trio The Three Degrees released in late 1979. The album which was produced by Giorgio Moroder yielded two successful single releases, "Jump The Gun" and "My Simple Heart". "Without You" and "Starlight" were also released as singles, but failed to make any impact on the singles chart. In the US "Set Me Free" was released and was a hit in the clubs and US Disco Charts. The album peaked at in the UK album charts.

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Complete your The Three Degrees collection. So its going to be pretty hard to find I keep hearing it on my xm radio disco channel. Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful.

3D is a studio album by vocal trio The Three Degrees released in late 1979. In the US "Set Me Free" was released and was a hit in the clubs and US Disco Charts The rights to the Ariola Records back catalogue are now held by Sony BMG Music Entertainment . .

The Three Degrees is an American female vocal group, which was originally formed in circa 1965 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Although a total of 15 women have been a member over the years, the group has always been a trio. The current line-up consists of Valerie Holiday, Helen Scott and Freddie Pool. Holiday has been a member since she first joined in 1967, while Scott has been a permanent member since 1976, having previously been in the group from 1965 to 1966.

The next three tracks are all ballads if you're into that, and then the album finished off with the campy hi-nrg disco number Bodycheck. And the reason being is that I remember THIS album, so well, after I first bought this record in June 1983. And plus, I wanted to hear what SONG "Hot Summer Night" would sound like

The Three Degrees is a 1973 studio album released by girl group The Three Degrees. Since their formation in 1963 until 1969, The Three Degrees had released several hit singles on various labels, including Swan Records, Warner Bros. Records, Metromedia, and Neptune. Their first studio album, entitled "Maybe" was released on Roulette Records in 1970 as were several other singles on the same label. Released in 1973, the album includes three hit singles, "Dirty Ol' Man", a hit single in the Netherlands, "Year Of Decision" and the UK "When Will I See You Again" The album was re-issued on CD in 2010, for the first time in the UK, by Big Break Records. This re-issue includes three bonus tracks including a 1977 remix of "Dirty Ol' Man" by Tom Moulton.

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