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Nutbush City Limits - Various - Floor Fillers - Party Classics (CD)

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  1. Jan 02,  · Osmonds ‘Having A Party’ David Bowie ‘Suffragette City’ Elvis Presley ‘Burning Love’ The Knack ‘My Sharona’ Slade ‘Get Down And Get With It’ Ike & Tina Turner ‘Nutbush City Limits’ Elton John ‘Saturday’s Alright For Fighting’ Status Quo ‘Caroline’ Status Quo ‘Down The.
  2. 6. Steve Earle – Copperhead Road (Album Version) () 7. Violent Femmes – Blister In The Sun (Album Version) () 8. Racey – Some Girls () 9. The Sweet – Ballroom Blitz () Ike & Tina Turner – Nutbush City Limits () Daddy Cool – Eagle Rock () Billy Idol & Generation X – Dancing With Myself (
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  4. Nutbush City Limits Lyrics: A church house gin house / A school house outhouse / On Highway Number Nineteen / The people keep the city clean / They call it Nutbush / Oh Nutbush / Call it Nutbush.
  5. Raven's two-fer Nutbush City Limits/Feel Good combines two of Ike & Tina Turner's last albums together and adds five bonus tracks, three of which were taken from other Ike & Tina albums from the early '70s, one taken from a Tina solo record, and one disco mix of "Nutbush City Limits." The album that arrives first on this two-fer was actually the last of these two to be released: Nutbush 9/
  6. Nov 12,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Floorfillers on Discogs.
  7. Party Classics The Ultimate Collection features 5CDs of hand-picked floor fillers guaranteed to get any party started. So whether you re young or old, looking for pop, soul or dance, recent hits or all time classics it's all here on the only party album you'll ever need. So crank it up, raise a glass and let's get this party started!/5(28).
  8. Jan 18,  · Funny, I was thinking of Ike and Tina, too, Sean. Whether I DJ at a rock club or a gay bar, "Nutbush City Limits" always gets them going. And Swamp Dogg's "Total Destruction to Your Mind" keeps them there. As for the more obvious choices, well, .

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