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  1. A1 What Do You Want From Me ; A2 Your Place Or Mine ; A3 Good Girl Gone Bad ; A4 Beneath The Wheels ; Soft Side; B1 Changes ; B2 I Hate To Tell You ; B3 Everybody Knows ; B4 Stay Until The Morning ; B5 Come My Way
  2. Nov 04,  · To celebrate Private Eye's 50th anniversary, the Guardian presents a rare collection of audio recordings made by Private Eye legends including Peter .
  3. Jan 23,  · Check out Private Eye by Private Eye on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on unofalmysotperptatetavithymisp.coinfo
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Private Eye on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - ST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • /5(3).
  5. Feb 09,  · This is my all time favourite Hall & Oates album. Everything simply clicked, for lack of a better term. I still have the LP I got in when I was in middle school and finally got it on CD. I enjoy every song and the album has a great continuity to it. I think if you were to own one album by them, this would be the one/5(61).
  6. Private Eyes they're watching you Private Eyes they're watching you watching you watching you watching you You play with words you play with love you can twist it around baby that ain't enough cause girl I'm gonna know if you're letting me in or letting me go don't lie when you're hurting inside 'cause you can't escape my Private Eyes they're.
  7. Continuing their comeback from a late 70's slump/rut, the duo follows up the success of Voices with this smash LP, their highest charting album to date (#5 on the Hot ). Private Eyes yields two #1's (the title track and "I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)"), plus the top ten "Did It In A Minute"/5(11).
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Private Eye on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - ST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • /5(3).
  9. Private Eye, the British fortnightly satirical magazine, has produced various comedic audio recordings since its founding in The most famous of the recordings from the s and s were pressed on thin floppy 7" vinyl (sometimes known as "flexi-discs" or "flimsies") and they were distributed as "cover-mounts" attached to the front cover of the magazine, which for those issues doubled.

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