Money (Thats What I Want) - Mandré - Mandré (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Money is the sixth studio album by German industrial band KMFDM, released in February by Wax Trax! erpsytenesleli.irandiegaditinitemamvahillstor.infoinfo was originally intended to be titled Apart, with each of the two core members, Sascha Konietzko and En Esch, recording half an album and combining their erpsytenesleli.irandiegaditinitemamvahillstor.infoinfo album ended up using only Konietzko's half, along with additional songs. It received mixed reviews, but spawned a Genre: Industrial rock, electro-industrial.
  2. The closing track on The Beatles' second album was a major part of their early repertoire during their formative touring years in Hamburg, Germany—circa “Money (That’s What I Want.
  3. Money don't get everything it's true. What it don't get I can't use. Now gimme money (that's what I want) That's what I want (that's what I want) That's what I want, Oh yeah, That's what I want. Well now gimme money (that's what I want) A little money (that's what I want) Wow yeah money please (that's what I want) Oh, a lot of money (that's.
  4. Money (That's What I Want) by The Flying Lizards was written by Berry Gordy and Janie Bradford and was first released by Barrett Strong in The Flying Lizards released it on the album The Flying Lizards in It was covered by The Perch Creek Family Jugband, Jesuton, Andy Timmons - Pawn Kings, Ed Maciel and other artists.
  5. Dirk from Nashville, Tn Here's something funny about this record: If you are old enough to have (or lucky enough to find) a copy of the hi-fi version of Money on the Beatles's American "Second Album," it is really loud and raucus. If you compare it to the CD version that exists today, it almost sounds like a different recording.
  6. Barrett Strong (born February 5, in West Point, Mississippi) is an American singer and songwriter. Strong was among the first artists signed to Berry Gordy's Motown label, and is the performer on the label's first hit, "Money (That's What I Want)" (#2 US R&B in ).
  7. "Money (That's What I Want)" was one of three Motown Records songs which were covered by The Beatles for their second UK album "With The Beatles" () and their US album "The Beatles' Second Album.
  8. Money (That's What I Want) Lyrics: The best things in life are free / But you can keep them for the birds and bees / I need money / That's what I want / That's what I want / That's what I want.

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