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Oh Well - Joe Jackson - Laughter & Lust (CD, Album)

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  1. Kigal says:
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  2. Magis says:
    Laughter & Lust is a album by Joe Jackson. He left A&M Records in , which soon released Steppin' Out: The Very Best of Joe Jackson, which became a Top Ten hit in the UK. Jackson subsequently signed a recording contract with Virgin Records.5/5(3).
  3. Shakadal says:
    Watch the video for Oh Well from Joe Jackson's Laughter & Lust for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  4. Vudojinn says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Laughter & Lust on Discogs.
  5. Faera says:
    studio album by Joe Jackson Laughter & Lust Studio album by Joe Jackson Released30 April GenreNew wave, pop rock Length LabelVirgin ProducerJoe Jackson, Ed Roynesdal Joe Jackson chronology Stepping Out: The Very Best of Joe Jackson Laughter & Lust Night Music Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic Rolling Stone Laughter & Lust is a album by Joe Jackson.
  6. Temi says:
    Laughter & Lust. () X. Produced by Joe Jackson and Ed Roynesdal. Engineered by Larry Alexander. Recorded October/November at Dreamland Studio, near Woodstock, NY, using the Dolby SR System. Assisted by Dave Cock and John Yates. Mixed November/December at Electric Ladyland, New York City.
  7. Galar says:
    Laughter & Lust is more the memory of the past new wave glory than glorification of today’s music values. But both musically and lyrically the album is very good and the hand of the master is felt in every chord. “See the guy in the corner the one who's drinking another glass there's a look in his eye that I've seen so many times in the past.
  8. Maulmaran says:
    Jackson Joe Laughter & Lust The Other Me (words and music by Joe Jackson) I guess we can still be friends Guess we can talk at least But if we were seventeen Imagine the things we'd do I know that those days are over I'm glad that those games are won And the.

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