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8 thoughts on “ Call The Law (Non Album)

  1. Call the law and hold the applause Call the law and hold the applause (Big Boi) Oh baby its mo baby its workin on the 6 We was only in our teens I dreamed for simplistic Jumped the broom but it seems I tripped I must have slipped After exchanging of the rings these things you give me lip But not the kissing of the bride the dipping of the groom.
  2. Call the law and hold the applause Call the law and hold the applause Four babies more babies workin on the six We was only in our teens our dreams were simply stick Jump the broom but it seems I tripped, I musta slipped After exchanging of the rings these things you give me lip But not the kissing of the bride, the dippin of the groom.
  3. Against the Law is the fifth release, and fifth studio album, from the Christian metal band Stryper, released on August 21, Three singles and videos were released for this album including "Shining Star" (an Earth, Wind & Fire cover), "Two Time Woman" and "Lady" but received minimal santhtolagumrentmonvereworthpencipe.co album marked a change in the musical and visual direction of the band.
  4. supported by 8 fans who also own “Who Call The Law?” Nice pop balladry with a folk influence. My first thought upon hearing this was "female Paul McCartney" but it is probably aiming for Sandy Denny territory. Lavinia was in psychedelic folk band Trembling Bells. Art Fin. go to album.
  5. Vocalist Paul Rodgers had a strong track record with supergroups like Bad Company and the Firm, but he missed the mark with the Law. Rodgers and former Small Faces, Faces, and the Who drummer Kenney Jones formed a duo named the Law and released one album on Atlantic in In case any listener didn't recognize the stature of Rodgers and Jones, the liner notes trace their pedigrees.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Law on Discogs. Label: Friday Music - FRM • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • .
  7. The album features notable appearances by David Gilmour, Bryan Adams and Chris Rea. The song "Stone" was previously recorded by Rea for his album Shamrock Diaries, and Rea plays guitar on this version. The track "Miss You in a Heartbeat", written by Phil Collen, was later covered by Collen's band Def Leppard as a B-side for their Adrenalize album.

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