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Your Mamma Won't Like Me - Suzi Quatro

Your Mamma Won't Like Me
The third studio album from the Queen of Glam finally get’s a CD release in it’s own right.

Features the singles "Your Mamma Won’t Like Me”, "I Bit Off More Than I Could Chew” and "I May Be Too Young”.

Three rare previously non LP B-sides have been added amongst the bonus tracks · Like all of 7T’s revamps of Suzi’s albums this comes with original LP artwork, detailed liner notes and loads of pictures of relevant picture sleeves.

Press:-

"Suzi Quatro is a pioneer female rocker, who wrote the rules as she went along. No mountain too high, no river too deep for this Detroit-born rock ‘n’ roller. She’s conquered them all, and has continued to rock hard for nearly 50 years.”
 
-Mark Kadzielawa (69facesofrock.com – March 2012)

Our Price: £9.95
Code: GLAMCD130
Weight: 200
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1. I BIT OFF MORE THAN
I COULD CHEW
2. STRIP ME
3. PARALYSED
4. PRISONER OF YOUR IMAGINATION
5. YOUR MAMMA WON’T LIKE ME
6. CAN’T TRUST LOVE
7. NEW DAY WOMAN
8. FEVER
9. YOU CAN MAKE ME WANT YOU
10. MICHAEL
11. PETER PETER
12. RED HOT ROSIE
13. I MAY BE TOO YOUNG
14. DON’T MESS AROUND

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