℗ 2016 Louie Louie
 

Friend of a Stranger

Louie Louie

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1
Hang It Up
Louie Louie
1:51
2
Come Over
Louie Louie
2:30
3
I Wanna Dance with You
Louie Louie
3:45
4
Do It (In Your Mind)
Louie Louie
2:17
5
Miles Around
Louie Louie
2:47
6
Will to Find
Louie Louie
3:42
7
You Still Want Me
Louie Louie
2:04
8
Untitled
Louie Louie
2:29
9
Interlude
Louie Louie
0:33
10
After Me
Louie Louie
2:24
11
Drums Not Guns
Louie Louie
4:09
12
What a Man Can Do
Louie Louie
3:14
13
Keep on Dancing
Louie Louie
3:06
Total Playing Time    34:51
On its debut album Friend of a Stranger, Philadelphia all-female rock ‘n’ roll band Louie Louie mixes '60s soul, vintage rock and post punk to create a sound at once youthful, mature, powerful and vulnerable. Though very obviously influenced by familiar names from the past, the group has forged an identity entirely unique and modern. Songs on Friend of a Stranger deal with current events, love, outer space and humanity and include the previously released singles Do It (In Your Mind), After Me and Miles Around.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Louie Louie Studio Masters

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