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I Knew You - UB40 - Homegrown (CD, Album)

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  1. UB40 make a welcome return with the release of 'Homegrown'. The album sees a return to the classic sound of this pioneering reggae group, who have had an overwhelming influence on a wide range of musical genres & inspired the career of numerous artists in their groundbreaking year career.
  2. Album Description. After a series of disappointingly bland albums, Homegrown marks a slight return to form for UB While not as edgy and organic as longtime fans may have hoped, Homegrown has some great songs while avoiding the band's limp adult contemporary tendencies.
  3. Nov 27,  · Suggested by UMG UB40 - Red Red Wine (Official Video) Song Drop On By; Artist UB40; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Virgin Records Ltd); UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor - UMPG, UNIAO.
  4. Oct 30,  · Category Music; Suggested by UMG UB40 - Red Red Wine (Official Video) Song I Knew You; Artist UB40; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Virgin Records Ltd); LatinAutor, ASCAP, UMPG Publishing.
  5. I knew you before you knew Who you wanted to be Now I see the new you She's a perfect stranger to me Loves unkind, for I find If only saw, the best of you But my mind, not so blind Showed my heart the rest of you Scheming lies and alibis That butter wouldn't melt.
  6. Label: DEP International - DEP CD 22,Virgin - 5 26 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Reggae • UB40 - Homegrown (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(12).
  7. Named after a British unemployment benefit form, pop-reggae band UB40 were formed in a welfare line in , and their multiracial lineup reflected the working-class community their members came from. The band consolidated its street credibility with political topics appealing to dissatisfied youth, and got a boost from fans of the waning 2-Tone ska revival movement.
  8. Named after a British unemployment benefit form, pop-reggae band UB40 were formed in a welfare line in , and their multiracial lineup reflected the working-class community their members came from. The band consolidated its street credibility with political topics appealing to dissatisfied youth, and got a boost from fans of the waning 2-Tone ska revival movement. Brothers Robin (lead.

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