- Performer Hi-Fi Twins
- Title A Go-Go
- Date of release 1966
- Style Beat, Soul
- Other formats DMF MOD AHX ADX AIFF DXD FLAC
- Genre Rock / Soul & Funk / Pop
- Size MP3 1787 mb
- Size FLAC 1641 mb
- Rating: 4.8
- Votes: 587
American Hi-Fi is the debut studio album by American rock band American Hi-Fi. It was released on February 27, 2001, by Island Records. It features the successful single "Flavor of the Weak. The album peaked at on the US Billboard 200 and stayed on the charts for 25 weeks. The album went on to sell over 750,000 copies that year and the band toured with artists like Elvis Costello, Matchbox Twenty, Sum 41, and Bon Jovi and was followed by a worldwide tour.
Going to a Go-Go" is a 1965 single recorded by The Miracles for Motown's Tamla label. Issued in December 1965, "Going to a Go-Go" peaked at number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States the following spring. In addition, the single peaked at number-two on the Billboard Hot R&B Singles chart and was The Miracles' fifth million-selling record. Smokey Robinson sings lead on "Going to a Go-Go", which he co-wrote with fellow Miracles Pete Moore, Bobby Rogers, and Marv Tarplin.
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A Go Go is an album of mostly breezy, sometimes tense, jam-based grooves. The album's charm is in its "city meets the tropics" feel. The four players create such a warm, vibrant sound that resisting the urge to tap one's feet along with the beat becomes a near impossibility. The opening song is a treat of plucked guitars and tightly packed new jazz. Other standouts are "Kubrick," a swooning, gentle change of pace packed with background tension, and "Hottentot," a tour de force of dynamic interplay. There's nary a moment of filler to be found across.
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Everywhere I go, I’m higher than United, fly with me Everybody knows, there’s no sleep ‘till Brooklyn, no sleep We get high, we get by, yet we roll with it We’ve been up, we’ve been down, we got over it Everywhere we go, we’re the kings and queens, and we run this city. I got prior offensives You know this life it can be hectic Now it might seem like a death wish Being so young and fucking reckless . This one’s for the accidental lovers This one’s for the ones who are not in love To my ex, to my mom, to my dad, and the teachers My boss, and the cops, oh my God all the preachers All the give, and the take, and the take, and the give Now we’ve taken enough, it’s enough so just.
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