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Ready To Believe - Electric Boys - Freewheelin (CD)



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Posted 12.11.2019 by Kajilkis in category "DEFAULT

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  1. By JoJoll on
    Freewheelin' () And Them Boys Done Swang () Singlar från Freewheelin' "Are You Ready to Believe" "Groover" "Mountains and Sunsets" Freewheelin' är den svenska gruppen Electric Boys tredje studioalbum, släppt Låtförteckning "Ready to Believe" –
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  2. By Nikokus on
    This is the official YouTube channel for Electric Boys. Sweden's Electric Boys were one of the first and most celebrated purveyors of the short-lived funk me.
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  3. By Doll on
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Freewheelin' - Electric Boys on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Freewheelin' - Electric Boys on AllMusic - Ready to Believe. Electric Boys. Spotify Amazon: 2 9/
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  4. By Mezinos on
    Electric Boys is a Swedish rock group, active in the late s and early s, they reunited in They had their first hit with the song All Lips N 'Hips. Electric Boys also participated in the album Ride On with the hit song "För fet för ett fuck" along with Micke "Svullo" Dubois.
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  5. By Zugrel on
    Ready To Believe - Electric Boys Straight No Chaser - Electric Boys
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  6. By Kagakazahn on
    Freewheelin' showed another side of the boys, more heavy and less funk, but still recognisable as Electric boys. First single, 'Ready To Believe', was like a punch in the stomach, and other songs like, 'Mountains And Sunsets', 'Groover' and 'Not My Cross To Bear' showed a band that should be among the giants of hard rock. Sweden Rock. /5(4).
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  7. By Taujin on
    Find album release information for Freewheelin' - Electric Boys on AllMusic.
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  8. By Vugami on
    The Electric Boys are a band founded in Sweden in , by former Mogg drummer Thomas Broman and Martin Thomander (second guitar) and this line up released the band's third album, Freewheelin' on the Music For Nations label in Britain. The album attracted little interest and the band dissolved. "Ready to Believe" "Father Popcorn's Genres: Hard rock, funk rock, funk metal, glam metal.
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  9. By Megar on
    "Freewheelin'," their 3rd and final (to date) album beefs the guitars up just a bit more than their first 2 CDs, but it's still the tried-n-true ELECTRIC BOYS formula, which means big guitars, lots of grooves & hooks, some darn catchy choruses, and big backing vocals. Definitely the best out of .
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