King Of Sorrow - Sade - Lovers Rock (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Jun 20,  · Release Date of “King of Sorrow”. It came out in November It was actually the 2nd single the band released from their fifth album titled Lovers Rock. This track was also included as part of the list of songs on Sade’s compilation album of , dubbed, The Ultimate Collection.
  2. Cassette, Album. Country: US. Released: Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Reggae, Funk / Soul. Style: Soft Rock, Downtempo, Lovers Rock/5(3).
  3. Nov 13,  · Listen to your favorite songs from Lovers Rock by Sade Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. King of Sorrow: 4. Somebody Already Broke My Heart: 5. All About Our Love: 6. Slave Song: 7. album. Lovers Rock Sade. 11 songs (44 minutes) Released on November 13, My.
  4. The song was written by Sade Adu and Stuart Matthewman, and produced by Robin Millar. It was released in the United Kingdom on 25 February as the album's lead single, and in the United States on 22 June as the album's third US single.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Lovers Rock on Discogs. Label: Epic - • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Ukraine • Genre: Electronic, Reggae, Funk / Soul • Style: Soft Rock, Downtempo, Lovers Rock.
  6. Nov 14,  · Editors' Notes Sade set themselves apart in the early ’80s with a smooth-as-butter sound melding classic R&B, rock flourishes, and slick soul production. And here, after an eight-year hiatus, the group hadn’t lost any of their class or genre-hopping skills. “By Your Side” employs a bouncing country rhythm, while “The Sweetest Gift” is all syrupy pop sweetness.
  7. Jan 15,  · Release: Nov. 13, Singles: “King of Sorrow,” “Lovers Rock”. The Billboard No. 3. Sales: Over 3 million copies sold. Grammy recognition: Pop Vocal Album .
  8. Lovers Rock is the fifth studio album by English band Sade. It was released on 13 November by Epic Records. The album was titled after a style of reggae music known as lovers rock, noted for its romantic sound and content, which frontwoman Sade Adu listened to in her youth.

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