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Use It Up And Wear It Out - Odyssey (2) - Hang Together (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Odyssey A: Don't Tell Me, Tell Her B: Use It Up And Wear It Out: RCA USA: PB May 7" 4: Odyssey A: Hang Together [Mono] B: Hang Together {Stereo] RCA USA: JH Jul Promo Only 7" 0: Odyssey A: Hang Together B: Never Had It At All: RCA USA: PB Jul 7" 0: Odyssey A: Going Back To My Roots [Mono] B: Going.
  2. Artist: Odyssey Title: The Essential Odyssey Released: Style: Soul, Funk, Disco RAR Size: Mb Tracklist: Native New Yorker Going Back to My Roots (Single Version) Use It Up and Wear It Out (7" Single Edit) Inside Out (Single Mix) Hang Together (7" Single Version) Easy Come Easy Go If You're Lookin' for a Way.
  3. Get all the lyrics to songs on Hang Together and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  4. VINYL LP The Aggregation - Mind Odyssey / promo LHI records / psych () Favourite Auctions.
  5. Nov 15,  · Odyssey - Use It Up And Wear It Out. Max De La Soul. Charles Venn and Karen Clifton Salsa to 'Use It Up And Wear It Out' by Odyssey - BBC Strictly BBC Strictly Come Dancing. soul funk disco 2. RAIRAN. Funk Disco Soul – .
  6. Disco album includes the hits 'Use It Up, Wear It Out' & 'Don't Tell Me, Tell Her. Home – ODYSSEY hang Together vinyl LP. Out of stock. ODYSSEY hang Together vinyl LP. £ Condition: VG / EX Label: RCA Catalogue No: AFL Disco album includes the hits 'Use It Up, Wear It Out' & 'Don't Tell Me, Tell Her. Original U.S.
  7. Odyssey’s third album, “Hang Together”, released in on RCA, was a comeback of sorts for the R&B group. The group’s sophomore set, ’s “Hollywood Party Tonight”, generated no hits and went to the LP cut out bins months after its release. It took Odyssey two years to record “Hang Together”, and the delay was worth the wait.5/5(6).
  8. "Going Back to My Roots" is a song by Lamont Dozier. Cover versions by Odyssey, FPI Project, and Linda Clifford have entered the UK Singles Chart, with the FPI Project's version charting in other European markets as well.. Originally an album track discussing genealogy, the song was written for the African-American market and touches on the matters of self-identity, .

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