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  2. The Three Degrees discography and songs: Music profile for The Three Degrees, formed Genres: Philly Soul, Disco, Soul. Albums include When Will I See You Again / Year of Decision, TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia) / Something for Nothing, and The Three Degrees.
  3. Japan release ECPOPH. Gatefold Insert with photos and Japanese bio, Japanese discography, and lyrics in English and Japanese. Multicolor Gatefold poster of Three Degrees, with The Sound of Philadelphia Japanese discography and photos on reverse of poster/5(5).
  4. The trio's second studio album for the Philadelphia label, The Three Degrees International, was marketed internationally under different titles and in various languages. In Continental Europe, it was called With Love, and it spawned the hit single "Take Good Care Of Yourself", which reached the UK Top
  5. International is a studio album released by the female girl group The Three Degrees. The album includes the hit single, "TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia)". In the United Kingdom, the album was released under the title Take Good Care of Yourself, where it charted at in Europe the album was issued with the alternative title of With Love.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of International on Discogs. Label: Philadelphia International Records - KZ • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul, Disco/5(21).
  7. The Three Degrees is a studio album released by girl group The Three Degrees. Since their formation in until , The Three Degrees had released several hit singles on various labels, including Swan Records, Warner Bros. Records, Metromedia, and Neptune.
  8. Jun 01,  · This was the second of the Three Degrees' Philadelphia International albums from the mid-seventies and, unfortunately, by mid, the Philly Soul was beginning to run out of steam a bit. This is still a classic soul album of its era, however, and there is still some good material on here.5/5(17).

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