Ex Girlfriend was an American girl group whose line-up comprised Monica Boyd, Julia Robertson, Stacy Francis, and Tisha Hunter. Formed in 1989 in Brooklyn, New York by new jack swing group Full Force, the members adopted the surname "X" as part of their dynamic. They were signed to Reprise Records in 1990. Ex Girlfriend was launched into mainstream recognition following the 1991 release of their debut album, X Marks the Spot, which contained the singles "Why Can't You Come Home" and "You (You're the One for Me)"
Audio CD, July 23, 1991.
X Marks the Spot (game show), a BBC Radio 4 game show which aired from 1998 to 2006. X Marks the Spot (album), an album by Ex Girlfriend. X Marks the Spot, a song by Sonata Arctica on their 2014 album Pariah's Child. Planet X Marks The Spot", a song by Doctor Steel. com/X marks the spot. A Head Full of Dreams. A Head Full of Dreams is the seventh studio album by British rock band Coldplay.
Ex-Girlfriend is a song written by Tom Dumont, Tony Kanal and Gwen Stefani for No Doubt’s fourth studio album Return of Saturn (2000). The song was released as the album’s first official single in mid-2000 (see 2000 in music) and it was moderately successful, reaching the top 40 in most countries. Ex-Girlfriend was an all-female quartet formed by New Jack Swing Group Full Force signed on Reprise Records who began revival in 2008. In 1991 they released Why Can’t You Come Home, the first single from their debut album, X Marks The Spot. The single went on to become a Top 5 hit on the Billboard R&B chart and made on the Hot 100 Singles chart. The second single released from their debut album was titled You (You’re The One For Me), followed by the radio singles With All My Heart and What I Would Do To You.
Title: His Ex Marks the Spot (1940). When Buster's girlfriend falls for a trapeze artist, Buster tries to beat him at his own game. Director: Charles Lamont.
Please be a good treasure! . – Wilson. If I don't like the treasure I'll just set the chest on fire. Is mine! . – Wolfgang. ILLOGICAL STORAGE OF PRECIOUS OBJECTS . – WX-78. My curiosity is getting the better of me! . – Wickerbottom. Time to get digging! . – Woodie. Ah, what's this then? . – Maxwell. May luck smile ön me this day. – Wigfrid. Treasure, treasure, treasure!
Show: Dog House Number: Season 1, Episode 14 Airdate: Feb 17, 1991 at 20:00 Runtime: 30 minutes.
Nadine Shah's X Marks the Spot album. Nadine Shah - X Marks The Spot Album. Artist: Ghostpoet feat. Send "Ghostpoet Feat. Nadine Shah" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: X Marks The Spot. 0. 1. X Marks the Spot. 2. X Marks the Spot (feat.
X Marks the Spot, which is intended for a juvenile audience, is a novelization of The X-Files' pilot episode. The narrative varies significantly from the broadcast episode, likely because this novella was based off an earlier draft of the script. Several key characters from the episode were absent in the novel, including Cigarette-Smoking Man (CSM), Section Chief Blevins, and Dr. Heitz Werber.
|1||Exterlude - Intro: The Lesson||1:02|
|2||You (You're The One For Me)||5:01|
|3||Why Can't You Come Home||5:48|
|5||With All My Heart||5:13|
|7||Exterlude - Give Me A Man||0:21|
|8||Fellas In The Area||3:48|
|9||Exterlude - Boy Gone Cuckoo||0:12|
|10||Don't Knock On My Door||3:45|
|11||I Found That Guy||3:43|
|12||For All The Right Reasons||5:30|
|13||Exterlude - The Man (According To Ex-Girlfriend)||0:27|
|14||I Love My Man||5:20|
|15||What I Will Do To You||5:01|
|16||Searching To Find The One||4:31|
|9 26547-2||Ex-Girlfriend||X Marks The Spot (CD, Album)||Reprise Records||9 26547-2||US||1991|
|7599- 26547-1||Ex-Girlfriend||X Marks The Spot (LP, Album)||Reprise Records||7599- 26547-1||Europe||1991|
|7599- 26547-2||Ex-Girlfriend||X Marks The Spot (CD, Album)||Reprise Records||7599- 26547-2||Europe||1991|
|9 26547-4, 4-26547||Ex-Girlfriend||X Marks The Spot (Cass, Album, SR,)||Reprise Records, Forceful Records||9 26547-4, 4-26547||US||1991|