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Thread started 06/18/22 11:30am

JabarR74

All I Do Is Think Of You: Which Version Is Better?

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Reply #1 posted 06/18/22 2:48pm

CynicKill

TROOP of course.

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Reply #2 posted 06/19/22 5:07am

RJOrion

Jackson 5
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Reply #3 posted 06/19/22 11:50am

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Troop
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Reply #4 posted 06/19/22 3:08pm

RODSERLING

Terrible amd caricatural remdition, of an average J5 song.

Didn't know there was so much fuss about it.

Originally the b-side of Forever Came Today in june 1975, it had enough airplay to chart on its own at #60 rnb.
It was re-released as an A-side in October 1975, charting at #50 rnb. What a success.
It was the final single of the J5, before their departure at CBS.
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Reply #5 posted 06/24/22 7:34am

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Reply #6 posted 06/24/22 5:57pm

thesexofit

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Chuckii Booker did wonders with that song for Troop

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Reply #7 posted 06/30/22 11:02pm

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RODSERLING said:

Terrible amd caricatural remdition, of an average J5 song. Didn't know there was so much fuss about it. Originally the b-side of Forever Came Today in june 1975, it had enough airplay to chart on its own at #60 rnb. It was re-released as an A-side in October 1975, charting at #50 rnb. What a success. It was the final single of the J5, before their departure at CBS.

I don't care how it charted. It was a good song. I like J5's version and Troop's

version as well. Chuckii Booker did excellent production on Troop's version and it

was a smash for them. Obviously Motown did some sloppy promotion for J5's impending

departure. Trust me I've heard some average J5 songs on Motown but this isn't one of them.

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