- Performer Soul II Soul
- Title Volume IV The Classic Singles 88-93
- Other formats MP3 AAC APE XM AU WAV MP2
- Genre Other
- Size MP3 1819 mb
- Size FLAC 1967 mb
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British musical group Soul II Soul has released five studio albums, two compilation albums, two live albums, and twenty-three singles. Soul II Soul released their debut album Club Classics Vol. One in April 1989 and it peaked at number 1 on the UK Albums Chart. It peaked at number 14 on the US Top 200 Album chart and earned a 2x platinum certification in the United States by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)
Includes a voucher to download MP3 version of the album. 180 gram heavyweight vinyl.
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1993 greatest hits album by Soul II Soul. Volume IV The Classic Singles 88–93. Greatest hits album by. Soul II Soul. In November 1993, a greatest hits compilation titled Volume IV The Classic Singles 88–93 was released. After a three-year hiatus working on solo projects, the group reunited to record their fourth studio album, Volume V Believe, released in July 1995; the album reached number thirteen in the UK. Two singles were released from the album: "Love Enuff" and "I Care"; the first two singles charted in top twenty in UK. A final studio album, Time for Change, was released in September 1997 following their split; as of 2016, they have sold over ten million records worldwide
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Soul II Soul brought an organic feeling to their music, which shines through on this stellar compilation. The music was sleek, the vocals were clear, and the beats were irresistible. This collection assembles the hits and singles from the ever-evolving act's first three albums
Their greatest hits album, Volume IV: The Singles 88–93, was released in late 1993 and peaked at number 10. Soul II Soul reached Volume V of their series of albums for Virgin in 1995, which peaked at number 13. They then moved to Island Records and released two more albums in 1997, Volume VI Time for Change and the remix album X. jp, but these failed to chart. The group then virtually disbanded for some years, but reformed for various live dates in the 2000s. In 2002, Doreen Waddell, a former singer with Soul II Soul living in Hove, died after being hit by three cars while fleeing from.
Next Album: Volume V Believe (1995). Volume IV The Classic Singles 88–93 is the first compilation album by British group Soul II Soul, released in 1993. Along with the band's biggest hit singles released up to 1993, the album also includes one new song, "Wish". Back to Life (However Do You Want Me)".
Volume IV - The Classic Singles 88-93 : Soul II Soul 1989. Back to Life (However Do You Want Me). The Club Mix Hits 1989. Wheeler left the group before the recording of the group's second album, Vol. II: 1990 - A New Decade. The album debuted at number one in the . yet it caught the group in a holding pattern. Hooper soon left the collective, leaving Jazzie B. to soldier on alone. Hooper went on to work with several of the most influential and popular acts of the early '90s, including Massive Attack (Blue Lines), Björk (Debut and Post), Madonna (Bedtime Stories), and U2 ("Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me")