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The album also contained the hit "Sometimes". The remix of "Sometimes" included the rap vocals of Q-Tip from Tribe. A new album, Get Used to It was released on June 27 via Starbucks and more traditional music retail outlets. The single was notable for being one of very few late releases to feature the trademarked "A Tom Moulton Mix", as the legendary disco pioneer had been asked to contribute mixes.
Later that year, their song "Jump 'N' Move" was featured on the soundtrack for the computer animated feature film, Happy Feet, and the in-game soundtrack for 's Album) Live The band toured at the end of Read more on Last.
Back To Album). Back to Love Graeme Park remix. Brother Sister [Full Album]. Close TO You. Crying Water. Dream Come True. Dream Come True original vers Dream On Dreamer. Feels like right. Got To Give. As The Brand New Heavies they gained a cult following in the London club scene and soon signed to Cooltempo as acid jazz replaced rare groove in clubs.
The band signed to a division of Chrysalis Records in the UK, and American distribution was picked up by influential label Delicious Vinyl, and N'Dea Davenport who had signed an artist development deal with Delicious Vinyl joined the group. A revamped version of the first album with vocals by N'Dea Davenport was then released, and the singles "Dream Come True", "Never Stop" and "Stay This Way", all with Davenport on lead vocals, became hits on both sides of the Atlantic, with the latter becoming a music video directed by Douglas Gayeton that saw heavy rotation on MTV.
Their next album was the critically acclaimed Heavy Rhyme Experience, Vol. The album spawned more singles, though one of them, a cover of Maria Muldaur's "Midnight At The Oasis", was popular only in the UK because it was not included in the US version of the album. Siedah Garrett joined the group for their next album, Shelter
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