Eddy Grant - Born Tuff album flac
Genre: Electronic / Reggae
Title: Born Tuff
Style: Reggae, Electro
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Written-By, Arranged By – Eddy Grant. Other Versions (5 of 17) View All. Cat.Born Tuff (Cass, Album). ICE Records Lt. Portrait. PRT 57085, 01-057085-20.
Edmond Montague Grant (born 5 March 1948) is a Guyanese-British vocalist and musician. He was a founding member of The Equals, one of the United Kingdom's first racially integrated pop groups. He is also known for a successful solo career that includes the platinum single "Electric Avenue". He also pioneered the genre ringbang. Grant was born in Plaisance, British Guiana, later moving to Linden. His father, Patrick, was a trumpeter who played in Nello and the Luckies.
2 Next Time 'Round Eddy Grant 가사 재생. 3 Come Along to My Pl. .Eddy Grant 가사 재생. 4 Melody of the Night Eddy Grant 가사 재생. 5 Born Tuff Eddy Grant 가사 재생. 6 Baby Come Back Eddy Grant 가사 재생. 7 Blood Money Eddy Grant 가사 재생. 8 Village Life Eddy Grant 가사 재생. 9 Funny Little Groove Eddy Grant 가사 재생. 10 In L. A. 11 She's Standing at the. 12 Water Eddy Grant 가사 재생. 앨범소개.
After the worldwide success of Killer on the Rampage, Eddy Grant took a three-year sabbatical to build his own studio. By the time he returned in 1987, the rest of the world had caught up, and wandered off down the road into the sterility of disco/synth-pop. Still, that doesn't explain why Grant felt obligated to follow suit.
Eddy Grant (born 5 March 1948) is a Guyanese British musician. He has released 15 studio albums, 13 compilation albums and 19 singles. His album "Killer on the Rampage" peaked at number 10 on the Billboard 200 chart in the US and was certified gold.
Lyrics to "Born Tuff" song by Eddy Grant: I never thought I'd live to see The way you treated me You showing me all your convictions And still. Cause I was-a born tuff You said I wasn't good enough 'Cause I was-a born tuff You said I wasn't good enough. You've woken up and changed the rules You call philanthropy, yeah Human rights is just a word To you but not for me You're hoping now that we're afraid Of your technology But I know, we all got to go So why should that now frighten me, oh. 'Cause I was-a born tuff You said I wasn't good enough 'Cause I was-a born tuff You said I wasn't good enough
This 1986-released album is much more diverse than Eddy Grant's previous efforts. The self-explanatory party anthem "Dance Party" was the album's lead single but it barely charted and the album (not surprisingly) sold poorly. The numbers "Next Time Around", "Come Along To My Place", "Melody Of The Night" and "In . show that Eddy Grant was (is) a true musical genius and visionary who was not afraid to expand his horizons and that he was unwilling to be tied down to any one genre.