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Sharpe & Numan - Automatic


Tracklist


1Rip It Up4:06
2Voices3:47
3I'm On Automatic4:06
4Change Your Mind4:04
5Breathe In Emotion3:21
6Turn Off The World3:55
7No More Lies3:58
8Some New Game3:53
9Welcome To Love3:25
10Nightlife3:40

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
839 520-1Sharpe & Numan Automatic ‎(LP, Album)Polydor839 520-1UK1989
839 520-4Sharpe + Numan Automatic ‎(Cass, Album)Polydor839 520-4UK1989
CRPOP67, CRPOP 67Sharpe + Numan Automatic ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Cherry Pop, Cherry PopCRPOP67, CRPOP 67UK2010
839 520-1Sharpe & Numan Automatic ‎(LP, Album)Polydor839 520-1South Africa1989
839 520-2Sharpe + Numan Automatic ‎(CD, Album)Polydor839 520-2UK & Europe1989

Notes


Info on inlay spine:
Printed horizontally "Sharpe & Numan" with a Polydor logo to the right.

CHOP EM OUT CHOP EM OUT
Trinity Mews, Cambridge Gardens, London W10 6JA.
Telephone 01-960 8128.
Chrome-Non Dolby.

Companies


  • Record Company – Polydor

Video


Info


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Sharpe & Numan - Automatic
Performer: Sharpe & Numan
Genre: Electro
Title: Automatic
Country: UK
Released: 13 Apr 1989
Style: Synth-pop
MP3 album: 1285 mb
FLAC album: 1787 mb
Source: Cassette, Album, Promo
Label: Polydor