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Shara Nelson - Friendly Fire album

Shara Nelson - Friendly Fire album Performer: Shara Nelson
Title: Friendly Fire
Style: Europop, Soul
Date of release: 1995
Size MP3: 1987 mb
Size FLAC: 1942 mb
Rating: 4.3
Format: AHX MP1 VOC WMA MP1 VOX ASF

Friendly Fire is the second solo album by the British singer/songwriter Shara Nelson, released in 1995 on Cooltempo Records. The album contains Nelson's UK Top 30 hit, "Rough with the Smooth".

Friendly Fire is the second solo album by the British singer/songwriter Shara Nelson, released in 1995 on Cooltempo Records Friendly Fire. Studio album by. Shara Nelson.

1995 studio album by Shara Nelson. Friendly Fire is the second solo album by the British singer/songwriter Shara Nelson, released in 1995 on Cooltempo Records Contents.

Shara Nelson is a British singer and songwriter. She worked with Massive Attack in the early 1990s, and as a solo artist garnered five UK Top 40 hit singles. Her 1993 debut album, What Silence Knows, was shortlisted for the Mercury Music Prize. She then released her debut solo single, "Can't Get Over You", in 1986 under the name "Shara"

Shara Nelson ‎– Friendly Fire. Label: Cooltempo ‎– CTCD 48, Cooltempo ‎– 7243 8 35568 2 3. Format: CD, Album. Country: UK & Europe. Photography By – Phil Knott. Producer, Mixed By – Mike Peden. Programmed By – Martin Virgo. Set Designer – John Jones (18). Strings – The London Session Orchestra (tracks: 1, 4 to 6, 10a, 10b). Written-By – . elson.

Friendly Fire Lyrics. To own you is not what I want To possess you is not what I need But my mind's made up, I'm not losin' now And I nobody knows. They say your heart is free But you are still with me Friendly fire They say your heart is free But that don't bother me Friendly fire Friendly fire. To know you is to want you By shand or sea You won't But my mind's made up, I'm not gonna lose you now But my mind's made up, I'm not gonna lose you no. .

Friendly Fire is the second solo album by the British singer/songwriter Shara Nelson, released in 1995 on Cooltempo Records Contents. They went back to being Massive Attack for their next single, after Shara Nelson left, the band brought in Everything but the Girls Tracey Thorn as a vocalist and released Protection on 26 September 1994. With McVey out of the picture, Massive Attack enlisted the talents of former Wild Bunch Nellee Hooper to co-produce some songs on it.