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Indeep - Pajama Party Time

Album

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Tracks

Girl's Got Soul Buy
The Night the Boy Learned How to Dance Buy
10 Reasons Why I Can't Be Free Buy
If You Want It Buy
You Got to Rock It Buy
I Got My Rights Buy
The Record Keeps Spinning Buy
Pajama Party Time Buy
The Rapper (Bonus Track) Buy
The Rapper (Instrumental) (Bonus Track) Buy
The Night the Boy Learned How to Dance (12" Version) (Bonus Track) Buy
The Night the Boy Learned How to Dance (Instrumental) [12" Version] (Bonus Track) Buy
The Night the Boy Learned How to Dance (A Cappella) [12" Version] (Bonus Track) Buy
You Got to Rock It (Instrumental) (Bonus Track) Buy
You Got to Rock It (A Cappella) (Bonus Track) Buy
The Record Keeps Spinning (A Cappella) (Bonus Track) Buy
The Record Keeps Spinning (Dub Version) (Bonus Track) Buy
The Record Keeps Spinning (Bonus Beat) (Bonus Track) Buy
The Record Keeps Spinning (Radio Version) (Bonus Track) Buy
Hailing from New York, the dance-disco outfit Indeep scored a massive hit in 1983 with "Last Night a DJ Saved My Life." Led by songwriter Michael Cleveland, the band issued a full-length album under the same title shortly thereafter, but with the disco movement almost extinct by this time (and with the emergence of such styles as rap), Indeep subsequently had a tough time following up their smash and were delegated to "one-hit wonder" status. The act continued recording into the mid-'80s, and issued a few quickly forgotten albums: When Boys Talk, Buffalo Bill, and The Record Keeps Spinning. But the group's lone hit has become a dancefloor classic over the years, and 1991 saw the release of the 23-track best-of set, The Collection.