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Liberty* - Thinking It Over (Wideboys Remix) (Acetate)

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  1. Informationen zum Song Just A Little von Liberty X. Notierung in den Charts, Chartwochen, Musikvideos, Releases und mehr.
  2. Thinking It Over (The Wideboys Remix) () is a remix of Thinking It Over by Liberty X () Just a Little (Bump & Flex Electro Shock Mix) ().
  3. Thinking It Over (Pete Devereux & The Wideboys club vocal remix) 2. Doin' It (The Wideboys club mix) 3. Doin' It (Blacksmith rub) Liberty X - Thinking It Over - CD Customer reviews. out of 5 stars. out of 5. 26 customer ratings. 5 star 67% 4 star 17% 3 star 8% /5(26).
  4. Liberty* Feat Miss Shorte'E* & Phat Jak: Liberty* Feat Miss Shorte'E* & Phat Jak - Thinking It Over (Wideboys Remix) ‎ (12", S/Sided, Ltd, Promo) Public Demand, /5(5).
  5. Asia exclusive release for British pop act (formerly known as Liberty) made up of former Popstars contestants. Includes exclusive bonus track 'Never Meant To Say Goodbye' plus a bonus disc with 5 more tracks 'Just A Little', Just A Little' (Bump & Flex Electro Shock Mix & Almighty Mix), 'Thinking It Over' (The Wideboys Remix) & 'Breathe'.
  6. November 2, cos this remix was quite a big dance floor tune. It should also not be mistaken for a cheesy pop act such as Backstreet Boys. It is also on public demand which is /5(11).
  7. Liberty X are the most talented band around. This album is one of the best ever. It's an excellent debut, and one of my fave albums! Rundown: 1. Thinking It Over Liberty X's debut single. It has a cool guitar beginning, and great vocals. A great choice for a single. 5/5 2. Just A Little This song is what made me a Liberty /5(25).
  8. "Thinking It Over (The Wideboys Remix)" by Wideboys is a remix of Liberty X's "Thinking It Over". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database .
  9. Thinking It Over is the debut studio album by British-Irish pop group Liberty sitterffivepupkanalxoemysaddecow.coinfo album was released on the back of their success on television talent show, Popstars, and was recorded in the year following the series' finale, where the band became runners-up to Hear'Say. Originally titled—and released in Japan as—To Those Who Wait, it was released in the United Kingdom on 27 May

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