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TEMPLE OF VINYL - C'MON MISS THANG album

TEMPLE OF VINYL - C'MON MISS THANG album Performer: TEMPLE OF VINYL
Title: C'MON MISS THANG
Style: House
Date of release: 1993
Size MP3: 1879 mb
Size FLAC: 1464 mb
Rating: 4.5
Format: MP4 MP1 AUD AU DMF WMA AHX

C'Mon Miss Thang (Temple Of Miss Thang). Recorded At – Direct Hit Studios. Mixed At – Direct Hit Studios.

Miss Thang is stubborn and fails to see situations from any points of view besides her own. She thinks she's the shit. Often associated in reference to black women, where the term probably originated, but is very commonly used for women (and even men sometimes) of any race. Poor Miss Thang" has grand dreams of getting rich by winning the lottery, or catching herself a wealthy man via overt sex acts. She is sometimes known by other names such as: "trailer trash", "puta", "ho" or "loud-mouthed skank. Since the ideas of initiative and diligent work are anathema to her, Poor Miss Thang often develops hatred for those people better off than she.

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Miss Thang is the debut studio album by American R&B recording artist Monica. It was released by Rowdy Records and distributed through the Arista label on July 18, 1995 in the United States. Recorded throughout her early teenage years, the album was conceived under the guidance of Rowdy head Dallas Austin who would emerge as a tutor and father figure to Monica and serve as Miss Thang's sole executive producer.

Watch the video for Miss Thang from Monica's Miss Thang for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

Veröffentlicht am 1995. Before You Walk Out My Life. Like This and Like That.

C'Mon People" is a single from Paul McCartney's 1993 album, Off the Ground. The song reached number 41 on the UK singles chart. McCartney recorded the song for the UK music programme Top Of The Pops. The video for the single was directed by ex-10cc member Kevin Godley and shows McCartney at the piano singing the song while workmen speedily deconstruct it and re-build it around him. The song was a staple of McCartney's 1993 World Tour. This song was released as a 7" single and a CD single.