8 thoughts on “ Ra-Ti-Ray - Eddy Grant - The Complete Collection (CD) ”

  1. This compilation of Eddy Grant's greatest hits is awesome. If you want all his hits on one album this is the one to get. It even includes the Electric Avenue remix that personally I don't care for, but it was very popular and is a bonus for those who are Eddy Grant fans/5(81).
  2. Eddy Grant stands among an elite group of artists as one who has not just merely moved successfully across the musical spectrum but has actually been at the forefront of genres and even created.
  3. Eddy Grant - Gimme hope Joanna (Eurotops) Do you feel my love Do you feel my love '80 Livin on the frontline LIVING ON THE FRONTLINE ' 79 VIDEOCLIP I don't wanna dance TOPPOP: Eddy Grant - Do You Feel My Love War Party: Bananas, Germany (Complete - FOOTAGE) Romancing the Stone Nobody's Got Time TIME WARP.
  4. The Complete Collection ~ Release group by Eddy Grant. Overview; Aliases; Tags; Details; Edit; Album + Compilation. Release Format Tracks Country/Date Label Catalog# Barcode; Official; The Complete Collection: 2×CD: 14 + DK ; CMC Special: Release group information Artist: Eddy Grant Type: Album + Compilation.
  5. Mulitalented Eddy Grant Writes And Plays Virtually Every Instrument On This Diverse Cd That Combines Island, Soul, Rock, Reggae And Pop Songs. For Over Thirty Years Eddy Grant H.
  6. Eddy Grant has released 15 studio albums, 13 compilation albums and 19 singles. His album Killer on the Rampage peaked at number 10 on the Billboard chart in the US and was certified gold. His single "Electric Avenue" received Platinum accreditation in the US, and "I Don't Wanna Dance" topped the charts in five countries including Belgium, Ireland and his native UK.
  7. Early life. Grant was born in Plaisance, British Guiana, later moving to Linden. His father, Patrick, was a trumpeter who played in Nello and the Luckies. While at school, his parents lived and worked in the United Kingdom, sending back money for his education. In , he emigrated to join his parents in London. He lived in Kentish Town and went to school at the Acland Burghley Secondary.

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