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Pop - Released March 1, 2011 | Ligia

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Pop - Released April 11, 2014 | Sony Music Entertainment

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Pop - Released April 1, 2014 | Capitol Records, LLC

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Pop - Released March 28, 2014 | Sony Music Entertainment

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Pop - Released March 14, 2014 | Sony Music Entertainment

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Pop - Released March 7, 2014 | Sony Music Entertainment

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Pop - Released March 7, 2014 | Sony Music Entertainment

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Pop - Released January 1, 2006 | Prestige

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Pop - Released February 28, 2014 | DNA Songs - Sony Music Entertainment

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Pop - Released January 1, 2014 | Verve Records

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Pop - Released January 1, 2014 | Lost Highway Records

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Pop - Released January 1, 2006 | Prestige

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Pop - Released February 17, 2014 | Sony Music Entertainment

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Pop - Released January 1, 2014 | Virgin Catalog (V81)

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Pop - Released February 11, 2014 | Columbia

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Pop - Released January 29, 2014 | Harmity Entertainment Limited

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Pop - Released January 24, 2014 | Sony Music Entertainment

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Pop - Released January 21, 2014 | RCA - Sony Latin Iberia

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Pop - Released January 21, 2014 | Columbia - Legacy

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If Bobby & The Midnites' debut album represented a half-hearted attempt to go pop on the part of Grateful Dead guitarist/singer Bob Weir, Where The Beat Meets The Street, The Midnites' second and final album, saw the group going for mid-'80s radio acceptance with a vengeance. As he had in his '70s group, Kingfish, Weir began to take a backseat in his own band, leaving most of the singing up to Bobby Cochran and bringing in a host of outside songwriters. Jeff Baxter provided a sharp production sound keyed to Billy Cobham's driving drums, and what you got was, as one song put it, "Rock In The '80s," a set of frisky toe-tappers that concerned themselves mostly with the magical world of rock & roll. What can Deadheads have made of this, especially at a time when the mother group seemed to have given up making its own records? Actually, probably only a few of them (or anyone else, for that matter) got to hear this album, which sank without a trace after four weeks at the bottom of the charts, followed by the demise of the group itself. ~ William Ruhlmann

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