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Mouseketeer album for sale by Eek-A-Mouse was released Jul 01, 1991 on the Shanachie label. Ripton Hilton may have initially crept into the dancehalls like a mouse, but it didn't take long before he had the masses by the throat, for this little rodent was indeed "Wild Like a Tiger." That feline-titled single, a nostalgic look back at Eek-A-Mouse's early days in the sound systems, had mashed up Jamaica back in 1982, one of a clutch of singles that were bundled onto 1984's Mouseketeer album. Mouseketeer CD music contains a single disc with 10 songs. ...See Full Description
Mouseketeer album for sale Product Description
Eek-A-Mouse - Mouseketeer Album Track Listing
|2||Star, Daily News or Gleaner|
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|6||Anarexol See All 4||9:45|| $0.99||(Available)|
|8||Wild Like a Tiger See All 4|
|9||Don't Run and Cry|
|10||How I Got My Name|
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Mouseketeer buy CD music Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1016625|
|Release Date||Jul 01, 1991|
|Producer||Heenry 'Junjo' Lawes|
|Recording Time||33 minutes|
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