Fifth Harmony ‎– 7/27 - 2016 R + B - Deluxe - Sealed 150 Grm LP

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Fifth Harmony ‎– 7/27

Label:
Syco Entertainment ‎– 88985317641, Epic ‎– 88985317641
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Deluxe Edition, 150 gram
Country:
US
Released:
08 Jul 2016
Genre:
Funk / Soul, Pop
Style:
Rhythm & Blues

Tracklist

A1 That's My Girl
A2 Work From Home
Featuring – Ty$

A3 The Life
A4 Write On Me
A5 I Lied
A6 All In My Head (Flex)
Featuring – Fetty Wap

 

B1 Squeeze
B2 Gonna Get Better
B3 Scared Of Happy
B4 Not That Kinda Girl
Featuring – Missy Elliott

B5 Dope
B6 No Way


Companies, etc.

Phonographic Copyright (p) – Simco Limited
Copyright (c) – Simco Limited
Licensed To – Epic Records
Distributed By – Epic Records


Notes

B5 & B6 are bonus tracks.
Digital download code included: Code expires June 25th, 2017 and the digital copy of the album can not be accessed outside of the United States. Download card has catalog number 88985317641-11 printed on it.


Barcode and Other Identifiers

Barcode (Scanned): 889853176410
Barcode (Printed): 8 89853 17641 0

"Fifth Harmony’s early singles sounded less like the work of a coherent group than a diva scrimmage, each singer trying to outperform the rest"

"It’s been several years and hits since then, though, and Fifth Harmony’s had some time to grow into themselves. The first track on *7/27—*the day the group originally formed—is as good a State of the Cowell-Administered Union as any. It begins like a retread of past hit “Worth It,” down to the deliberately squawky sax beat, but soon becomes a pep talk for fans complete with cheerleader whoops, a call to (immaculately toned) arms, and a showcase for each vocalist, now with discernibly individual personae: Ally on lead and Dinah on backup, Normani with the near-rap, Lauren’s cool alto balancing Camila’s Ring Pop of a voice. (Rumors of the latter being groomed for a solo career, at least as of this album, are exaggerated; 7/27 is as vocally egalitarian as any girl-group album of the past decade or so, and better for it.) It’s easily the best potential single the group’s ever released" ( pitchfork) 

More Information
Condition New
Format LP
Label Epic
Color Black