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Expanded 40th anniversary edition of 500 copies on translucent red coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. This One Is For The Party is the final studio album by The Trammps, originally released in 1984. The Trammps, hailing from Philadelphia, were a prominent fixture in the disco scene of the 1970s. Consisting of Earl Young, Harold Wade, Jimmy Ellis, Robert Upchurch, and Stanley Wade, they were known for their infectious grooves and energetic live performances. The Trammps earned their place in music history with hits like "Disco Inferno" and "Hold Back the Night", but also "Shout" and "Move" became disco classics.
Expanded 40th anniversary edition of 500 copies on translucent red coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. This One Is For The Party is the final studio album by The Trammps, originally released in 1984. The Trammps, hailing from Philadelphia, were a prominent fixture in the disco scene of the 1970s. Consisting of Earl Young, Harold Wade, Jimmy Ellis, Robert Upchurch, and Stanley Wade, they were known for their infectious grooves and energetic live performances. The Trammps earned their place in music history with hits like "Disco Inferno" and "Hold Back the Night", but also "Shout" and "Move" became disco classics.
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This One Is For The Party: Extended Edition [Colored Vinyl]
Artist: Trammps
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $39.99
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DISC: 1

1. Are You Ready
2. I Will Be Here For You
3. Twenty-Five Miles
4. Truly Wonderful
5. Shout
6. Move
7. Shine A Light
8. I Don't Know (One For The Party)
9. Fantacity
10. Move (Extended version) * bonus track

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Expanded 40th anniversary edition of 500 copies on translucent red coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. This One Is For The Party is the final studio album by The Trammps, originally released in 1984. The Trammps, hailing from Philadelphia, were a prominent fixture in the disco scene of the 1970s. Consisting of Earl Young, Harold Wade, Jimmy Ellis, Robert Upchurch, and Stanley Wade, they were known for their infectious grooves and energetic live performances. The Trammps earned their place in music history with hits like "Disco Inferno" and "Hold Back the Night", but also "Shout" and "Move" became disco classics.
        
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