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9 thoughts on “ Now That Youre Gone - TPau - China In Your Hand (CD)

  1. T'Pau - T’Pau: China in Your Hand [Audio CD 1 With A Little Luck Baby 2 Now That You're Gone 3 Do The Right Dance 4 Wing And A Prayer 5 Giving Up The Ghost 6 Make Love To Me 7 Say You Will 8 Love Song 9 Let It All Fall 10 Sweet Dreams 11 Heart And Soul '97 12 China In Your Hand
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of China In Your Hand on Discogs. Label: ACD - CD • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock, Pop • T'Pau - China In Your Hand (, CD) | Discogs.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of China In Your Hand on Discogs/5(12).
  4. Jun 03,  · However, if China In Your Hand does actually contain vocals that she re-recorded, that changes things completely. Dance Street Records & ZYX are both pretty big companies, and I'd like to think they'd usually be very careful about releasing any music for which they don't own the rights to/5(10).
  5. Jun 03,  · referencing China In Your Hand , CD, Maxi, DST I've been reading up on the controversy regarding this release, and it's quite interesting! You'll find a lot more info on the T'pau official Yahoo Group (mailing list) but overall I think the issues all boils down to which vocals do the remixes contain?4/5().
  6. Jul 03,  · Music video by T'Pau performing China In Your Hand. (C) Virgin Records Ltd Subscribe here: barelirislima.sterlighclinindeipeacancematisiged.co #Tpau #ChinaInYourHand #Vevo.
  7. It was a theme she had On a scheme he had Told in a foreign land To take life on earth To the second birth And the man was in command It was a flight on the.
  8. Jan 14,  · The aptly entitled "giving up the ghost" was Carol Decker's last single as t'pau before going solo. The extra track from this single is "now that your gone" also from the Red album.
  9. However, if China In Your Hand DOES actually contain NEW vocals that Carol re-recorded on her own (or live/mic vocals), that changes things completely. Dance Street Records & ZYX are both pretty big companies, and I'd like to think they'd usually be very careful about releasing any music for which they don't own the rights to/5(3).

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