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8 thoughts on “ Its Over - Level 42 - Level Best (CD)

  1. Feb 12,  · 'It's Over' is the 4th single of British band Level 42 of their 7th studio album 'Running in the Family'. It became a hit in England (#10), in the Netherlands (#7) and Belgium (#12).
  2. Level 42 is the debut album released in by the British group Level It is best known for the track "Love Games", which became a successful jazz–funk and dancefloor hit for the band (reaching number 38 on the UK pop charts). It has figured in both L42's and bassist Mark King's solo live appearances to .
  3. Level 42 are an English jazz-funk band formed on the Isle of Wight in They had a number of UK and worldwide hits during the s and s. Their highest-charting single in the UK was "Lessons in Love", which reached number three on the UK Singles Chart, and number 12 on the US Billboard Hot chart, upon its release in An earlier single, "Something About You", was their most.
  4. LEVEL 42 It's Over Level 42 Rare CDs, CD Singles, Rare Records, Vinyl Records, Music, Imports & Promos. (also known as Esprit) has been the world's biggest and best seller of premium quality and top condition rare and vintage vinyl records, rare CD's and music memorabilia since - that's 35 years! And we are proud of it.
  5. rows · Listen free to Level 42 – The Very Best of Level 42 (Love Games - Level Best Remix, .
  6. Level Best is a compilation album featuring the most successful singles by the English band Level It was released at the end of , marking a decade since the band's beginnings. It was released at the end of , marking a decade since the band's beginnings.
  7. It's Over 5. To Be With You Again 6. Two Solitudes 7. Fashion Fever 8. The Sleepwalkers 9. Freedom Someday Level Best - Level Tracklisting: 1. Running in the Family 2. The Sun Goes Down (Living It Up) 3. Something About You CD-Titel eingeben ( CDs im Archiv) Interpret eingeben.
  8. "All Over You" is a song written by Mark King, Mike Lindup and Phil Gould and released in by British musical group Level 42, from their last studio album of the decade, Forever Now. It was the second to last single released by the band before its original breakup.

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