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What Happened To Ya Part 2 - Ian Brown - Unfinished Monkey Business (CD, Album)

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  1. Das CD-Album "Unfinished Monkey Business" von Ian Brown () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.
  2. Listen free to Ian Brown – Unfinished Monkey Business (Intro Under The Paving Stones: The Beach, My Star and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at proveninalulimmorselirocktoore.coinfo
  3. Jul 25,  · Lyrics for What Happened to Ya, Part 2 by Ian Brown. They got to ya They got to ya They got to ya Ok ok ok cocaine cocaine What happened to ya.
  4. After The Stone Roses disbanded in , frontman Ian Brown started recording music under his own name. In he released his debut solo album Unfinished Monkey Business. Roses members Mani, Nigel Ipinson, Aziz Ibrahim and Robbie Maddix helped written and perform the instruments on many of the album’s tracks.
  5. By Ian Brown Ian Brown. 2 What Happened To Ya Part 1 Unfinished Monkey Business By Ian Brown Ian Brown. Editor's Notes: Read More Genres.
  6. Unfinished Monkey Business, an Album by Ian Brown. Released 2 February on Polydor (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Neo-Psychedelia, Downtempo. Featured peformers: Ian Brown (vocals, producer, writer, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text, design), Aziz Ibrahim (aka_text {additional producer} role_id aka_text), Nick Terry (recording engineer), Dave Hyatt (aka_text mixing .
  7. Sep 13,  · referencing Unfinished Monkey Business, CD, Album, Owned the CD version since ' Was never able to find a vinyl copy in the U.S. MOV has made my ears happy/5().
  8. Unfinished Monkey Business is the debut solo album by Ian Brown released in February via Polydor Records. The album was self-financed and produced by Brown, and was his first album release since the break-up of The Stone Roses in October What Happened To Ya Part 1: The World is Yours is the fifth solo album by Ian Brown 5/5(7).
  9. Perhaps Unfinished Monkey Business is too well titled. But unlike Second Coming and the Seahorses, at least this feels good to listen to, as compelling background sound. What Brown lacks in backing and material, he does his best to make up for with singing attitude, groove, and, most of all, production vibe and atmosphere. Several nice songs.

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