is the third album by , released in 1976 on . The album features energetic Disco songs with fierce vocal performances by . Includes the major hit singles, , and the title track, which peaked at #1 on the chart. A newly sung version of was #19 on the charts in December 1994.
is 's fourteenth studio album. It was her only album for Reprise Records, released in mid 1990. The lyrics of the songs are by . The album features the hits , and the title track (dance Number 6 in 1991).
or is the second album by , recorded in 1972 and released in 1973. The album includes the single, . This is her first album recorded with Motown Records under the Mowest label. Two versions of the album were issued, a ten track version in the US and a fourteen track version in the UK and Germany. The album was reissued on CD in an expanded edition by Soulmusic Records in 2012.
1980 and 1981 release by Thelma Houston on one CD. Breakwater Cat - Suspicious Mind, Down The Backstairs Of My Life, Understand Your Man, Lost And Found, Something We May Never Know, Breakwater Cat, Long Lasting Love, Before There Could Be Me, Gone, What Was That Song. Never Gonna Be Another One - Never Give You Up, Too Many Teardrops, Tears, There's No Runnin Away From Love, Never Gonna Be An Another One, If You Feel It, Don't Make Me Over, Hollywood.
This 7T's two-fer combines two albums Mud released at the tail-end of their career – 1978's Rock On and 1979's As You Like It, adding a couple of bonus tracks for good measure. Mud's prime didn't last long, and these two records definitely arrived outside of it, just as the glitter fad was winding down, much to the blissful ignorance of Mud, who tried to carry on as if nothing had changed. This is the most painful on Rock On, where the oldies covers – "Walk Right Back," "Cut Across Shorty" – are silly and anemic, where they're paired with oddities like the mock-reggae of "Slow Talking Boy," a spangly overhaul of "Drift Away," and the turgid ballad "Too Much of Nothing."