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Saturday, 3 October 2009

Rick Astley - Whenever You Need Somebody - Album

In 1985, Astley was playing the club circuit as a drummer with a soul band called FBI when he was noticed by the record producer Pete Waterman. Waterman persuaded Asltely to work at the PWL recording studio in London and was taughtabout the recording process and groomed for his future pop careeer.

'Whenever You Need Somebody' is Rick Astley's first album released in 1987 on RCA Records.

The album became Astley's best selling album and, according to his own official website, sold 15.2 million copies worldwide.

01 - Never Gonna Give You Up
02 - Whenever You Need Somebody
03 - Together Forever
04 - It Would Take a Strong Strong Man
05 - The Love Has Gone
06 - Don't Say Goodbye
07 - Slipping Away
08 - No More Looking for Love
09 - You Move Me
10 - When I Fall in Love
Click the link below to download the following:

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