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Keep On Dancing - Chris Rea - The Road To Hell Part 2 (CD, Album)

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  1. Oh no, this is the road to hell And all the roads jam up with credit And there's nothing you can do It's all just bits of paper flying away from you Oh look out world, take a good look what comes down here You must learn this lesson fast and learn it well This ain't no upwardly mobile freeway Oh no, this is the road Said this is the road.
  2. Look, I like Chris Rea, he's released an abundance of good/great music over a long period. Rea's recent release Dancing down the stony road is a brilliant display of Rea's gift of the blues, a style in which Rea has apparently been yearning to record in for many a year now, but was blocked from doing so by his (you must record for the market) record contract.
  3. The Road to Hell, Part 2 ~ Release by Chris Rea (see all versions of this release, 3 available).
  4. The Road to Hell: Part 2 is the fifteenth studio album by Chris Rea, released in , ten years after The Road to Hell. It reached #54 position in UK album charts, and was certified Silver by BPI. Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-SA /5(2).
  5. Chris Rea Lyrics "Keep On Dancing" I got a friend who loves the music He got a red hot groove But he don't use it I get so afraid, he's gonna lose it If you gotta gift - man, don't abuse it Keep on dancing The experts say they really care They don't have a clue what's out there album: "The Road To Hell Part 2" () Can't Get Through. Good.
  6. Aug 16,  · Cheery Yorkshire bluesman’s hit albums set for 2CD deluxe reissues. Chris Rea’s eighties and early nineties gear has been expanded and remastered for release this October. The albums – Shamrock Diaries (), On the Beach (), Dancing With Strangers (), The Road to Hell () and Auberge () span Rea’s commercial peak and are to be reissued as deluxe double CD .
  7. Note to Chris Rea: when you make a sequel album (and anything called "Part 2" definitely counts), what you provide is either a) more of the same, or b) the same concepts covered in a novel way. Road to Hell was high quality, well executed rock album covering social themes. I have no idea what Part II is/5(33).

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