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Dont Hang Up - Various - Rock-O-Rama, Volume II (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  4. From , ROCK-O-RAMA Volume 2 (AB ) was a early ABKCO release. All of these CAMEO-PARKWAY sides are original mono recordings. Considering that most here are minutes or less, only five tracks per side is plain stingy. Includes release dates, plus peak Billboard Hot and R&B chart positions (where applicable). SIDE ONE4/5(1).
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  7. Introduction 2. Basic Hip 3. Vocabulary Building 4. The Loose Wig 5. The Riff 6. The Hang Up 7. Put On, Put Down, Come On, Come Down, Bring Down 8. Cool 9. Vinyl LP. Album Recordings. Folk Dance! Russian, Ukrainian, Moldavian, Latvian, Lithuanian, & Yugoslav Folk Dances Mariachi Mexico De Pepe Villa Vol. II. Jul 5, 07/
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