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    U - Paula Abdul - Spellbound (Vinyl, LP, Album)


    1. Telar

      May 14,  · In celebration of the 29th anniversary of its release (May 14), this week we’re reliving the magic of Paula Abdul‘s sophomore album, ‘Spellbound.’ Join us inside.
    2. Zolorisar

      Spellbound is the second album by American pop singer Paula Abdul, and was released in May The album contained U (containing writing and musical input by Prince).
    3. Voodooramar

      Nov 09,  · Cantante: Paula Abdul Album: Spellbound Año: Copyright: Virgin Records, EMI Music Letra: You, I wanna talk about it This is not a fantasy This is fact I.
    4. Goltibei

      U ( is the sixth track on Paula Abdul's second album Spellbound (seventh track on the UK and Japanese editions), and was written, produced, and largely recorded by Prince (credited to Paisley Park).. The track was initially recorded (as You) between July at Mountain Ears Sound Studio in Boulder, Colorado, during sessions for The Rebels album, with Gayle Chapman singing.
    5. Mikami

      Critical reception. In , staff at Slant Magazine included Spellbound in its list of "50 Essential Pop Albums".. Commercial performance. The album debuted at number five on the Billboard in its first week and rose four spots to number one the following week. It stayed at the summit for two consecutive weeks, selling 88, and 89, units respectively.
    6. JoJok

      U Paula Abdul. Produced by Prince. Album Spellbound. U Lyrics [Spoken Intro] You - I wanna talk about it This is not a fantasy This is fact If I am the play I want you in every act.
    7. Vudozuru

      Album · · 11 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Album · · 11 Songs. Sign In For You Browse Radio Sign In Spellbound Paula Abdul Pop · Preview SONG TIME The Promise of a New Day. 1. PREVIEW Rock House. 2. .
    8. Kajitaxe

      Spellbound Lyrics: Why does it hurt so? / I'm wrapped in our love / And I don't wanna be undone / Why does love hurt so? / How do you just know / How to get to me, baby? / Words aren't only words.

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