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Muse

Grace Jones

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1
Sinning
Grace Jones
5:07
2
Suffer
Grace Jones
4:15
3
Repentance (Forgive Me)
Grace Jones
3:51
4
Saved
Grace Jones
7:09
5
Atlantic City Gambler
Grace Jones
5:48
6
I'll Find My Way To You
Grace Jones
5:16
7
Don't Mess With The Messer
Grace Jones
4:52
8
On Your Knees
Grace Jones
6:30
Total Playing Time    42:48
"... on Don’t Mess With The Messer Jones emulates Marlene Dietrich in the spoken word intro. You can almost see the dry ice, sparkling jewels and bikini-clad male dancers envelop her on these cuts ... the disco tunes are campy artifacts of a bygone era, fun to listen to ..."
- PopMatters.com

The last of three late '70s disco albums from Grace Jones, Muse was produced by one of the most influential mixers and producers from the early days of the disco boom, Tom Moulton. Continuing the formula of her first two albums, Muse features a side-long medley as well as a rerecorded version of her earlier song I'll Find My Way To You and the top 30 dance hit On Your Knees.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – The Island Def Jam Music Group Studio Masters

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