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  1. Mozilkree Reply
    1. Interlude 2. When You Get Lonely 3. Love's Slippin Away 4. Are You Ready 5. Drivin Bubu Crazy 6. Best Friend 7. Would You Be Wit.
  2. Mezilkis Reply
    Between Men of Vizion's first album and this release, 3 of their members left the group and were replaced by three members of fellow R&B group Riff. These new members were Anthony Fuller, Dwayne Jones, and Mike Best.4/5(4).
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    ‎Album · · 12 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. More By Men of Vizion See All. MOV You May Also Like See All. Take a Dip A Few Good Men Men At Large Men At Large Greatest Hits Portrait Sexsational Tony Thompson For Real Tho' Levert 24/7 Kevon Edmonds.
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Men Of Vizion on Discogs. Label: MJJ Music - O2 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop, Funk / Soul • Style: RnB/Swing4/5(1).
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    If This Is Love Again The Rain I Need Love Right Thing at the Wrong Time Miracles Yes. Although not new to the scene, Men of Vision have gone through some changes. Take the best vocalist from the original group and add 3 new members for the new Men of Vizion: Spanky, G-Fly, Stylz, Nitti Green and terrechalcuffsalciponhandpeconopea.co Rating: % positive.
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    Newly energized and eager to make their mark, Men Of Vizion are back with an album that clearly demonstrates the group's combined and individual talents (each member of the revitalized group sings lead - REALLY); the 1st single, "Do You Feel Me? (Freak You)," says it all. [Note: This product is an authorized CD-R and is manufactured on demand].
  8. Karan Reply
    Peggy Lee’s recording of the Hammerstein-Kern song (written in ) was included on her album The Man I Love, conducted by Frank Sinatra. I’m no fan of sentiment in songs or musicals, and this should be a sentimental song – it’s a variation of the “love lasts forever” theme, with the singer looking ahead to imagine a perfect future with a perfect partner, in a perfect home.5/5(5).