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  1. City Limit is the second studio album by the Trinidadian/British soul legend Billy Ocean and was his last release on the GTO label. Billy Ocean produced a string of Top 20 UK Chart hits but nearly four years passed before GTO released the soulful sophomore album, which the resulting output was a package much earthier and funkier than its 3/5(4).
  2. Digitally remastered two CD set containing the first two albums from the Caribbean vocalist: Billy Ocean () and City Limit (), both appearing here for the first time on CD/5(3).
  3. A1. Stay The Night A2. What You Doing To Me A3. Who’s Gonna Rock You A4. Maybe Tonight A5. City Limit B1. Are You Ready B2. Whatever Turns You On B3. Taking Chances B4. American Hearts Used / Second-Hand This album was visually graded. Grading: VGPressing: South African.
  4. Billy Ocean went from international superstar to falling completely off the charts in one of the most amazing rise and fall stories of the s and early '90s. This was an early, introductory self-produced session for Epic, with Ocean still feeling his way around in America after having enjoyed huge success on Britain's club circuit. There were some decent ballads and uptempo dance tunes, but.
  5. About Billy Ocean. Born in Trinidad and raised in England, Billy Ocean began his career singing around London, and released his first single in under the alias Scorched Earth. The following year he recorded his debut LP and scored a hit with the single "Love Really Hurts Without You.".
  6. The album was recorded at Battery Studios in Chicago and the Hit Factory in New York City. Time to Move On saw Ocean exploring new musical styles, with a mixture of Caribbean-spiced dance numbers, romantic pop/R&B ballads, new-jack swing, and reggae. Additionally Ocean's own appearance changed, as he began to sport a dreadlocks hairstyle.
  7. Billy Ocean - City Limit remastered* available in our shop. A fine disco funk classics of the Shop now.
  8. "Get Outta My Dreams, Get into My Car" is a single by Trinidadian-British singer Billy Ocean, based on a line in the Sherman Brothers' song (famously covered by Johnny Burnette as well as Ringo Starr) "You're Sixteen". Part of its popularity lay in its cutting-edge (for the time) video, which featured animation mixed with live-action.

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