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Marianne Faithfull - Broken English mp3 download


Tracklist

A Broken English (Long Version) 5:59
B Why D'Ya Do It ? 6:35

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Keel Mfg. Corp.

Credits

  • Producer – Mark Miller Mundy

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
12WIP 6542 Marianne Faithfull Broken English ‎(12") Island Records 12WIP 6542 UK 1980
AN1-801-A Marianne Faithfull Broken English ‎(12", Promo) Antilles AN1-801-A US 1979
K 7812 Marianne Faithfull Broken English ‎(7", Single) Island Records K 7812 New Zealand 1980
WIP 6542 Marianne Faithfull Broken English ‎(7", Single) Island Records WIP 6542 UK 1980
IS 49121 Marianne Faithfull Broken English ‎(7", Single) Island Records IS 49121 Canada 1979


Marianne Faithfull - Broken English mp3 download
Performer: Marianne Faithfull
Genre: Rock / Reggae / Soulful music
Title: Broken English
Country: UK
Released: 1980
Style: Punk, Disco
MP3 version ZIP size: 1145 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1570 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 666
Other Formats: MIDI VQF VOX MP4 MP2 MP3 ASF

Opimath
Why D'Ya Do It ? was a big underground disco / funk / sleaze hit in a variety of top discos / clubs like the Loft, Paradise Garage and The Saint, and East Village clubs / dives like The Pyramid.
in waiting
1) If it says 12" Single, then it is NOT an LP. 2) If it does not look exactly like the red label 12" pictured, then it is NOT the test pressing, which means you have another edition of this track, NOT the one listed that you are commenting on. 3) You need to scroll through the other listings on Discogs for this 12" to find the one that looks like yours if you want to list your copy for sale.
Felolak
My LP says,1979 Island Records, Ltd. AN-801A/AN-801-B. It says Special 12" Single, Antilles Records, it also has a sticker with FIRST on it. 33 1/3 RPM. Can someone please let me know when I can put my record back on the market. If you don't believe me, I can take a pic. It does not say TP.