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Walking On Sunshine - Katrina And The Waves - Anthology (CD)

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  • Guk
    says:
    Walking on Sunshine is the debut album by new wave band Katrina and the Waves, released in The album was only released in Canada, but now appears worldwide on the compilation Original Recordings
  • Zulujin
    says:
    See kids, Katrina and the Waves came out with two albums in Canada on the Attic label: Walking on Sunshine and the imaginatively titled Katrina and the Waves 2. Brilliant, brilliant stuff; each album has 10 songs and they're banged out in about 1/2 an hour on each record (yep, they're not available on CD)/5(10).
  • Mazukazahn
    says:
    Katrina and the Waves were a 'substantial' and commercial success during the s, and the group had a worldwide hit with the song "Walking on Sunshine. This solo album from Katrina Leskanich captures the unique and beautiful sound of Katrina's voice in 4/5(6).
  • Voodoogar
    says:
    After the success of "Walking On Sunshine," and a pretty decent second album ("Waves"), however, Katrina & The Waves pretty much faded away and The Bangles stepped in and stole their thunder. A must for the collection of any power pop fan/5(6).
  • Shakalkis
    says:
    Anthology Katrina & The Waves Pop ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Walking On Sunshine 2 Do You Want Crying 3 Going Down to Liverpool 4 Mexico The Best of Katrina and the Waves Katrina & the Waves Katrina and the Waves Katrina and the Waves 2.
  • Takasa
    says:
    Jan 01,  · Walking on Sunshine is the debut album by new wave band Katrina and the Waves, released in The album was only released in Canada, but now appears worldwide on the compilation Original /5(7).
  • Daidal
    says:
    "Walking On Sunshine" is a punchline now, the canonical dopey '80s pop song the same way that the Starland Vocal Band's "Afternoon Delight" is the canonical dopey '70s pop song. Like its similarly unappreciated cousin, though, "Walking On Sunshine" got to that place in pop culture history because of its huge, unfettered, unapologetic hooks.
  • Zuluzuru
    says:
    Walking On Sunshine: 2: Do You Want Crying Lead Guitar – Katrina Leskanich: 3: Going Down To Liverpool Rhythm Guitar – Vince De La Cruz: 4: Mexico Organ – Kimberley Rew: 5: Red Wine And Whiskey Rhythm Guitar – Vince De La Cruz: 6: Game Of Love Rhythm Guitar – Vince De La Cruz: 7: Machine Gun Smith.
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