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'Too Much Monkey Business' 2-LP Limited Edition from FTD on June 28


By: Elvis Australia
Source: FTD
June 13, 2017 - 3:11:29 PM
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Follow That Dream (FTD) will release 'Too Much Monkey Business' 2-LP Limited Edition on June 28. Based on the original 1981 'Guitar Man' album, FTD Vinyl's new release contains all the tracks featured on the FTD CD release from 2000. The 2-LP features full overdub session data insert. Pressed on 180 Gram heavyweight vinyl, it's availability is strictly limited as all previous releases.

FTD 316 (506020-975112), BAR CODE: 506020 975112 2

Buy 'Too Much Monkey Business' 2-LP Limited Edition

Side 1

01) If You Talk In Your Sleep 2:32
02) Just Call Me Lonesome 2:04
03) I'll Be There 3:04
04) Too Much Monkey Business 2:50
05) After Loving You 3:20
06) You Asked Me To 2:58

Side 2

01) Faded Love 2:52
02) Clean Up Your Own Backyard 3:08
03) Lovin' Arms 2:53
04) Guitar Man 2:50
05) Kentucky Rain 3:19
08) In The Ghetto 2:48

Side 3

01) Burning Love 2:57
02) I'll Hold You In My Heart 3:39
03) Only The Strong Survive 3:12
04) She Thinks I Still Care 3:36
05) Long Black Limousine 3:45

Side 4

01) I'm Movin On 2:47
02) Hey Jude 4:06
03) Blue Suede Shoes 3:07

Bonus Songs

04) Paralyzed* 2:24
05) The Elvis Medley+ 3:59
Jailhouse Rock - (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear)
Hound Dog - Don't Be Cruel
Burning Love - Suspicious Minds
06) Wear My Ring Around Your Neck* 2:16

*Taken from the album 'I Was The One' (1983).
+ Taken from the album 'The Elvis Medley' (1982).

'Too Much Monkey Business' 2-LP Limited Edition from FTD.
'Too Much Monkey Business' 2-LP Limited Edition from FTD.

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