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Oh my god, Itunes, you guys are really trying to win my affection (and it's working).

If you don't have this album in your itunes, you are truly missing out. Do not hesitate, buy on site. "Hot Stuff", "What You Waitin' For", "Rock On", "More Than One Way To Love A Woman" are enough to keep you groovin' for a lifetime. Ray and the fellas, sure did not disappoint on this sophmore outing. It's so worth the money. Itunes, i thank you from the bottom of my heart, for getting a hold of this recording, and adding it to your long list of great buys.

Rock On is HOT!!!

This is one of the reasons why the 1970's were the best decade for music. Every group, band or singer had their own individual style and no one dare copy someone else or else you just did'nt make it in the music business. Raydio is one of the many bands who had their own musical style which to me was a combo of R&B, Soul, Pop and a little bit of Rock. My favorites on this album are "Hot Stuff", "You Can't Change That" and the awesome "More Than One Way To Love A Woman"!


itunes got this album. I'm waiting for this album, for a long time. I had the vinyl back in the day. So when I check the itunes (1st time in a while, several months) and I saw it, I immediately bought and downloaded.......quickly!!!! This album is the BOMB!!! Keep it up itunes, you got me hooked....again.


Genre: Pop

Ray Parker, Jr. created Raydio in 1977, with vocalists Arnell Carmichael and Jerry Knight. Knight was the lead singer on the group's first big hit, "Jack and Jill," in 1978. Other group members were Larry Tolbert, Darren Carmichael, and Charles Fearing. He maintained the band until 1981, although they became Ray Parker, Jr. & Raydio in 1980. The group had another Top Ten R&B and pop hit with "You Can't Change That" in 1979, and then "Two Places at the Same Time" reached number six R&B in 1980. They...
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