Gap Band, The - IV album
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Gap Band IV is the sixth album (contrary to the title) by The Gap Band, released in 1982 on Total Experience Records. The album reached on the Black Albums chart and on the Pop Albums chart, achieved platinum status, and is considered their most successful project.
Recorded and mixed at Total Experience Recording Studios, Hollywood, California Mastered at Allen Zentz . California All songs (C) 1982, published by Total Experience Music, Inc. (BMI). This version is the Presswell pressing plant variation and can be differentiated by the runout groove etchings and by the plant ID code printed on the labels. Matrix, Runout (A Side Runout Groove): TE-1-3001-AS PW (PR) MASTERED AT ALLEN ZENT .
You Dropped A Bomb On Me. The Gap Band. 05:15 320 Кб/с 65. 8. You Can Count On Me. 05:05 320 Кб/с 42. 9. I Don't Believe You Want To Get Up And Dance (Oops). 08:45 320 Кб/с 58. 10. Steppin' Out. 04:29 320 Кб/с 60. 11. Humpin'. KC & the Sunshine Band.
Many Gap Band fans think that 1979's The Gap Band was the Wilson Brothers' first album, but, in fact, it was their third. Before becoming well-known, they recorded 1974's Magician's Holiday for Shelter and 1977's The Gap Band (which shouldn't be confused with this album, although both are self-titled) for Tattoo. However, this release marked several firsts for the Gap Band - it was their first album for Mercury, their first collaboration with producer Lonnie Simmons, and the first Gap Band album that was commercially successful
Gap Band IV is the sixth album contrary to the title by The Gap Band, released in 1982 on Total Experience Records The album reached on the Black Albums. The album produced the singles "Early in the Morning" Black Singles, Club Play Singles, Pop Singles, "You Dropped a Bomb on Me" Black Singles, Club Play Singles, Pop Singles, and "Outstanding" Black Singles, Club Play Singles, Pop Singles It also achieved a rare feat in which every song on the album received radio airplay. This was the first album producer Lonnie Simmons released directly on his label, Total Experience Records The album was later reissued on CD in 1994 by Mercury Records.
Gap Band VI is the eighth album (contrary to the title) by The Gap Band, released in 1984 on Total Experience Records. It was originally intended to be lead singer Charlie Wilson's first solo album, and the first Gap Band album released under Total Experience's new distribution deal with RCA Records. The album reached on the Black Albums chart for 2 weeks in March 1985. In October 29, 2012 the remastered and expanded album including 5 bonus tracks was released by Big Break Records.