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Hey There Rocky - E.G. Daily - Wild Child (Cassette, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Hey There Rocky - E.G. Daily - Wild Child (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Wild Child on Discogs/5(10).
  2. Hey There Rocky Lyrics: Hey, come over here / I wanna ask you something / What´s his name? / Rocky? Album Wild Child. Hey There Rocky Lyrics. Hey, come over here Wild Child E.G. Daily.
  3. Wild Child is the debut studio album from American actress and musician E. G. Daily, released by A&M in Although the album was not a commercial success, the lead single "Say It, Say It" reached No. 1 on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Songs Chart and No. 70 on the Billboard Hot in The second single, "Love in the Shadows", reached No. 6 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Genre: Pop, synthpop, rock, dance.
  4. ‎Album · · 10 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Wild Child E.G. Daily Rock ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. Little Toy 3 Love In the Shadows 4 Just for You 5 Hey There Rocky 6 Say It Say It 7 Wild Child 8 Don't Let Them Take the Child.
  5. Jan 01,  · Make no mistake, despite the fact she was a looker, E.G. Daily’s WILD CHILD album is no piece of kittenish fluff like her contemporaries Stacey Q or Regina. This material has much more depth and more in common with Patty Smyth/Scandal and Laura Branigan’s up-tempo tunes than with the disposable Madonna-Wannabe’s of the mids/5(8).
  6. But anyone who heard Daily's debut album, Wild Child, learned that most of the songs are neither urban contemporary nor dance-pop; overall, Wild Child is a pop/rock album. The LP's most dance-oriented tracks are "Say It, Say It" and an inspired cover of Donna Summer's classic "Sunset People," which has a strong Euro-dance flavor.
  7. Jan 01,  · The album was released in North America first, and then through Europe and Asia. The American releases feature a guitar-driven version of the album track "On a Wing and a Prayer", whereas the European and Asian releases feature a mix more similar to 5/5(2).
  8. hey there rocky, pretty boy Rocky, (wanna) be my love tonight? It'll feel alright, hey there rocky, pretty boy Rocky, (wanna) be my love tonight? It'll feel alright Often a dream in a magazine I picture him, my fantasy, I´m flying, all mixed up, without surprise, rocky's standing there with a smile in his eyes, no denying And I tried, I tried.
  9. E.G Daily in her '85 pop debut; the result is a mixed back of some earworm hits (Say It, Say It, Waiting), interesting novelties (the tenor sax on the dramatic Little Toy, the cliche Chinese synth motif and Tommy Pickles squeals on Hey There Rocky) and otherwise a straightforward collection of 80's pop tunes that range from solid (Is Anybody Home?, Wildchild) to lukewarm filler.

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