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Frankie Knuckles Featuring Adeva - Too Many Fish album

Frankie Knuckles Featuring Adeva - Too Many Fish album Performer: Frankie Knuckles
Title: Too Many Fish
Style: Garage House
Date of release: 1995
Size MP3: 1447 mb
Size FLAC: 1300 mb
Rating: 4.3

The discography of American DJ Frankie Knuckles consists of two studio albums, a compilation album and twenty-two singles. His debut studio album Beyond the Mix was released on August 6, 1991, via Virgin Records America. It peaked in the United Kingdom at 59th. His second studio album Welcome to the Real World was released four years later on May 23, 1995, also via Virgin Records. The album is a collaborative project with Adeva.

Adeva collaborated with house-music pioneer Frankie Knuckles in 1995, with whom she released two UK Top 40 singles, and an album, Welcome to the Real World. In 1997, Adeva released another album, New Direction, on Distinct'ive Records, but this was unsuccessful. It was her last album to date, though she was featured on various singles in 2003–04 with other artists including Radical Noiz and Eric Prydz who both sampled Adeva's 1988 single "In and Out of My Life" (the track had also been sampled by OnePhatDeeva in 1999)  . Too Many Fish" (Frankie Knuckles featuring Adeva). 34. 1. 110. Welcome To The Real World (Frankie Knuckles featuring Adeva). Whadda U Want (From Me)" (Frankie Knuckles featuring Adeva). 36. 3. - "Walkin'" (Frankie Knuckles featuring Adeva).

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