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On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Who's The Man. More albums of . Genre is Electronic. This album was released on the label Ultraphonic (catalog number PM 1228). This album was released in 1994 year. All track songs from this album .
The Who's the Man? Soundtrack is the official soundtrack to the 1993 film Who's the Man?. The album was released in 1993 on Uptown/MCA Records. The soundtrack peaked at thirty-two on the Billboard 200 chart in 1993. The album reached number thirty-two on the . Billboard 200 and reached the eighth spot on the R&B albums chart.
Who's the Man? Lyrics. I used to kick it with the thugs, pushin' drugs in the park Vic'n every mark that was out after dark Stick 'em for their loot, cut em up then I'd dash And when I had to shoot, I'd nutted up for the cash Ran down the block with my 45 Glock Capped off a round, everybody.
House Of Pain Who's The Man 4:03. D. re & Ed Lover Who's The man 4:37. BODY Who& the man 3:25. Ibei Who's the Man? 3:14. Baller Who's The Man 6:38. molella who's the man 11:41. Molella Who's The Man 3:33. Molella Who's The Man? 3:24. The Donut Man My Body Is a Temple of the Holy Spirit 2:23. The Boogie Man Keep on Movin' (Instrumental) 4:08. The Boogie Man & John Morales Shake Your Body (John Morales Dub) 6:32. The Boogie Man & John Morales Shake Your Body (John Morales Rework) 7:28. The Boogie Man Shake Your Body (Instrumental) 4:26.
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Large Man with Dead Body: Who's that then? The Dead Collector: I dunno, must be a king.
The Who started playing American jazz-blues singer Mose Allison's "Young Man Blues" in 1964, when they were still the Detours. According to Townshend, the song also inspired his first "My Generation" demo. The Who recorded it during early Tommy sessions, but Townshend decided to include their take on Allison's version of Sonny Boy Williamson's "Eyesight to the Blind" instead. By the time the Who recorded what would become Live at Leeds' raging opener (actually the show's fifth song), "Young Man Blues" had evolved into a powerful.
|Who's The Man (Single Version)||3:22|
|Who's The Man (Maxi Version)||7:30|
|Who's The Man (Square Root Mix)||5:34|
|Who's The Man (B-Mix)||6:20|
|4509-95733-2, 4509-95377-2||B.O.D.Y.||Who's The Man (CD, Maxi)||EastWest, Ultraphonic, EastWest, Ultraphonic||4509-95733-2, 4509-95377-2||Germany||1994|
|4509-95734-0||B.O.D.Y.||Who's The Man (12")||Ultraphonic||4509-95734-0||Germany||1994|
|PM 1228||B.O.D.Y.||Who's The Man (12", Promo)||Ultraphonic||PM 1228||Germany||1994|