Fifth Harmony ‎– Fifth Harmony - 2017 R + B - Ltd Ed Blue Vinyl - Sealed LP

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Fifth Harmony ‎– Fifth Harmony

Syco Music ‎– 88985457191, Epic ‎– 88985457191
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Blue Swirl Vinyl
22 Sep 2017
Funk / Soul, Pop
Rhythm & Blues


A1 Down 2:45
Featuring – Gucci Mane
A2 He Like That 3:37
A3 Sauced Up 3:18
A4 Make You Mad 2:55
A5 Deliver 3:27

B1 Lonely Night 3:25
B2 Don't Say You Love Me 3:13
B3 Angel 3:09
Producer – Ian Kirkpatrick, Poo Bear, Skrillex
B4 Messy 3:14
B5 Bridges 4:03

Companies, etc.

Phonographic Copyright (p) – Simco Limited
Copyright (c) – Simco Limited
Licensed To – Epic Records
Record Company – Sony Music Entertainment
Distributed By – Epic Records
Exclusive Retailer – Urban Outfitters

Barcode and Other Identifiers

Barcode: 889854571924
Matrix / Runout: A03 DIDX-1086876 1
Mastering SID Code: IFPI L329
Mould SID Code: IFPI 50BQ
Other ((Catalog Number - Sticker):): 88985457192 S1


"Both Girls Aloud and Fifth Harmony were born from reality TV competitions (the former on “Popstars: The Rivals” in 2002 and the latter on “The X Factor” in 2012), and during that decade, what the public looks for from a pop group has changed dramatically.
At the turn of the 21st-century, access to pop stars was limited to things like fan clubs and TV appearances, with the traditional music industry serving as a stringent gatekeeper to that content. Now, there really isn’t a way to reach tweens—forever the pop star's bread and butter—without social media and massive online appeal. It’s in this realm that Fifth Harmony have flourished internationally in a way that old-school, second-tier groups like Girls Aloud never could. Between the four of them, the members of Fifth Harmony have almost 15 million Instagram followers, and even their two most famous songs, 2015’s “Worth It” and last year’s absolutely ubiquitous “Work From Home” have taken on a life of their own online, in the form of ridiculous, brilliant memes.
Even with “Down,” they even fail to reach their own standards for what makes a pop hit. That song is as good as it gets on Fifth Harmony, with the exception of little moments here and there that hint at something as immediately likable as their past successes. “He Like That” uses a sleepy, slowed-down surf guitar to sweep the group into a sensual groove" ( pitchfork) 
More Information
Condition New
Format LP
Label Epic
Color Blue