|A1||Fuck U All (Bass Nation Club Version)
Remix – Bass Nation
|A2||Fuck U All (7" Version)||3:20|
|B1||Fuck U All (A. Eurobic Version)||5:14|
|B2||Fuck U All (Alternative Club Mix)
Remix – Bass Nation
|576 041-2||Flexx||Shake U All (CD, Maxi)||Stockholm Records||576 041-2||Sweden||1996|
|576 040-2||Flexx||Shake U All (CD, Single)||Stockholm Records||576 040-2||Sweden||1996|
|WSTOT617||Flexx||Fuck U All (12", EP, W/Lbl)||Stockholm Records||WSTOT617||Sweden||1996|
Flexx – Fuck U All. Label: Stockholm Records – WSTOT617. A2. Fuck U All (A-Eurobic Mix). B1. Fuck U All (Energy Mix). Remix – Mad Trigger, Statikk. B2. Fuck U All (Alternative Clubmix).
Yeah, yeah Diamonds VVS Yeah Drippin', soakin’ wet Yeah, uh. Tried to reach out to but you left me on read I was starvin' like they left your boy for dead Now, ooo, all them things you said You didn't ride for me the way you fuckin’ said Now I, I want a two-tone Rolex I, I want my diamond VVS I ain't playin' bitch, I. didn't go to recess And I can't wait to get that check so I could flex.
Flex is the second studio album by American singer-songwriter Lene Lovich, released in 1979 by Stiff Records. The album is produced by Lovich and Les Chappell with additional production by Roger Bechirian and Alan Winstanley. It was recorded at the Wisseloord Studios in Hilversum, Netherlands. She worked with Chappell and Judge Smith on writing the songs. The cover sleeve depicts Lovich wearing a wedding dress and playing with hockey pucks on a string.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. This album was released on the label Stockholm Records (catalog number 576 041-2). This album was released in 1996 year.
J-Flexx is a former rapper of Death Row Records. J-Flexx spent several years ghostwriting lyrics for Dr. Dre during his tenure at Death Row Records. The first song he co-wrote in that collaboration, "Natural Born Killaz", became a Top 40 hit for Dre and Ice Cube in 1994 (Murder was the case Soundtrack). J-Flexx's success continued when he wrote lyrics for Dre's part in "California Love," a duet with Tupac Shakur.