8 thoughts on “ Super Freak - Rick James - Street Songs (CD, Album) ”

  1. Street Songs: 3 1 — Platinum Throwin' Down: 13 2 93 Gold Cold Blooded: 16 1 — Gold Glow: 50 The Best of Rick James, Vol. 2 — — The Definitive Collection — — The Complete Motown Albums — — "—" denotes the album failed to chart: Albums credited to The Stone City Band. Year Album.
  2. In , James released "Street Songs", which goes down in Motown history as quite possibly the greatest funk album ever released. This album stayed on top of the R&B charts for over 5 months, and was fueled by the the #1 mega hits "Give It To Me", and "Superfreak", which dominated the pop charts all summer long in /5().
  3. Mar 04,  · "Street Songs" was released April and was the defining album of his career Rick was inspired by a visit to the ghetto streets of his youth, bringing a fresh energy infused by his rock roots.
  4. I just love the boots that Rick James is wearing on the front cover of this album. My mam, she has a pair like them, but she never ever wears them. She also does not know that I know she has them, so please, do not tell her. Because I found them one day, hidden at the bottom of her wardrobe, along with a bullwhip and two pairs of handcuffs.
  5. Dec 12,  · Super Freak (12" Version) · Rick James Street Songs ℗ A Motown Records Release; ℗ UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on: Producer, Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Rick.
  6. Disappointed because Garden of Love wasn't as well received as it should have been, Rick James made a triumphant return to defiant, in-your-face funk with the triple-platinum Street parmalmchysitarisoquatthochcudaro.xyzinfo was not only his best-selling album ever, it was also his best period, and certainly the most exciting album .
  7. Super Freak” is the fifth track on American singer Rick James’ fifth studio album “Street Songs”, which was released in “Super Freak” was written and produced by James, with song-writing credits also mentioning Alonzo Miller. The track is considered to be James’ signature song. Rolling Stone magazine has ranked the song at #

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