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  1. Mozuru

    Jul 14,  · Sticks & Stones Producer – Darryl Swann: Sun Goes Round The Moon Producer – Peter Mokran: Flashback Gina G: Get Up & Dance ‎ (CD, Album) G-Force Music (2) none: Canada: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit .
  2. Arat

    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hits: Party Karaoke - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  3. Golrajas

    Gina G Lyrics Album ; Get Up & Dance; 1 Flashback; 2 Heaven 3 Shock To The System 4 Where Would You Be Now 5 Tease 6 Into The Night 7 Stuck On You 8 Walking In The Rain 9 Girl In Trouble 10 Kinky 11 Get Up 12 Sticks & Stones 13 Sun Goes Round The Moon 14 Tonight's The Night; 15 Voodoo 16 Little Black Book 17 Ooh Ahh Just A Little Bit.
  4. Gokora

    Independently released on Gina G's label. Track 15b is a hidden track. The total length of track 15 is , as there is a gap between 15a and 15b.
  5. Dujinn

    Listen free to Gina G – Get Up & Dance (Heaven, Shock To The System and more). 16 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at scapvimasmejarimysraigegeargiman.coinfo
  6. Yohn

    Once again, she's also added a ballad 'Tenderly', which although does not instantly hit you like 'Close to you', is still well worth a listen. Definelty buy this album if you want something (decent!) to dance to. If you like this try 'Gina G, Corona, Vengaboys, Eiffel 65 or Livin Joy/5(13).
  7. Faugore

    Get Up & Dance, an Album by Gina G. Released in on G-Force (catalog no. n/a; CD). Genres: Dance-Pop.
  8. Mazura

    Browse by Song Title: G. ARTIST: TITLE: TIME: BPM: YEAR: GENRE: DISC-TRACK: DETAILS: T.I. Featuring Jeezy & Watchtheduck G' S**t [Clean]
  9. Arami

    Currently queued up for your Four Word Review enjoyment are “Voice of the Violin” by Joshua Bell, a collection of Motown covers produced by Pete Waterman, and the self-titled album by Kavana. Lined up for this month’s review was “Sticks + Stones” by Cher Lloyd, a slice of Simon Cowell pop.

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