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Stupid Me - MAGIC! - Dont Kill The Magic

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about MAGIC! - Don't Kill The Magic at Discogs. Complete your MAGIC! collection/5(26).
  2. Don't Kill the Magic is the debut studio album by Canadian reggae fusion band Magic!. It was first released on 30 June by Latium Entertainment and RCA Records. The album was preceded by lead single "Rude" on 11 October , which peaked at number six on the Canadian Hot and became a chart-topper in the United States and the United Kingdom and top ten hit in Australia, New Zealand Genre: Pop, reggae fusion.
  3. Jun 30,  · ‎Album · · 11 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free.
  4. Jun 30,  · Stupid Me Lyrics: Oh oh oh, oh oh, oh oh / Oh oh oh, oh oh, oh oh / Oh oh oh, oh oh, oh oh / Stupid me, I don't know how to slow down / Felt your touch and now I want it all now (oh) / Waiting by.
  5. This CD is really good all the way through each track. I bought it originally for the song Rude, but I also like Don't kill the Magic, and all of the songs on the CD have hooks that make you want to sing along. It is very up lifting as well. Makes me happy when listening to it at home or in the car. This band does make me think about early Police/5().
  6. Jun 30,  · The heavyweight summer jam "Rude" is swaying reggae in the style of No Doubt's "Spiderwebs," and much of the record takes cues from that Orange County band's stylistic range.
  7. Aug 09,  · This CD is really good all the way through each track. I bought it originally for the song Rude, but I also like Don't kill the Magic, and all of the songs on the CD have hooks that make you want to sing along. It is very up lifting as well. Makes me happy when listening to it at home or in the car. This band does make me think about early Police/5().
  8. The band fares best on uptempo fare like "No Evil," "Stupid Me," and the soaring title track, all of which sound just as chart-friendly as Magic!'s big hit without rehashing it too much. With only a handful of songs that truly work, Don't Kill the Magic is an inconsistent debut, 5/

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