Colonel Abrams - Trapped 2001 (Part 1) Label: Deep Culture - UPUS011. 01 Format: Vinyl, 12" Country: Germany Released: 2001 Style: House, Disco. Trapped (Next Level) - Wackside Remix. Trapped (Next Level). WMG (от лица компании "WM Germany"); LatinAutor - UMPG, LatinAutor, UBEM, UMPG Publishing, ASCAP.
Trapped" is a single released by American musician Colonel Abrams in 1985. It has since become known as Abrams' signature song and still receives airplay on dance radio stations in the UK and the US. This song has arguably remained Abrams' biggest hit on both sides of the Atlantic, topping the US Hot Dance Club Play chart for one week in September 1985 and peaking at number 20 on the soul chart. Overseas, it went to number three on the UK Singles Chart.
Album Colonel Abrams. Should I listen what you say Or listen what your folks say? It's a tough decision to make I don't really wanna lose you But I don't want your folks to Turn me over to the hands of the law. I guess they think that I'm not good enough for you I can tell the way they act and their attitudes As the tears roll from my eyes I feel the hurt inside As I reach out to you saying I'm so confused
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A1. Trapped (Vocal Version). A2. Trapped (Dub Version). A3. Trapped (A Cappella Version). B1. B2. Trapped 2001 Part 3 (12"). Trapped '97 (12", Ltd). BMG France, Radikal Groov Records.
Colonel Abrams – Trapped – Official Music Video. The song was written by Colonel Abrams and Marston Freeman. It was released as the first single from Abrams’ debut self-titled album (1985). Trapped reached number 1 spot on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play in the United States, in the singles chart in the UK and in Germany. 2) Cheap Trick (3) Cher (5) Chicago (5) China Crisis (3) Chris de Burgh (4) Chris Isaak (3) Chris Norman (2) Chris Rea (6) Christians (3) Clannad (2) Cliff Richard (11) Climie Fisher (2) Cock Robin (4) Colonel Abrams (1) Commodores (4) Communards (8) Company B (1) Corey Hart (2) Crowded House (3) Culture Beat (1) Culture Club (10) Cure (13) Curiosity Killed.
Colonel Abrams, the soul hitmaker who did much to maximise the crossover appeal of house music in the 1980s, has died at the age of 67. He will be remembered for the major hit ‘Trapped,’ which became a top three UK hit in 1985, as well as other signature songs including ‘I’m Not Gonna Let’ and ‘How Soon We Forget. Born in Detroit and raised in New York, Abrams passed away on Thanksgiving (24 November)
|A||Trapped (Zombie Nation Remix)
Remix – Zombie Nation
|B1||Trapped (Goldkiss Remix)
Remix – Goldkiss
|B2||Trapped (Al-Faris & Andrew Wooden Massive Mix)
Remix – Al-Faris & Andrew Wooden
|MCA-23568||Colonel Abrams||Trapped (12")||MCA Records||MCA-23568||US||1985|
|UPUS 002||Colonel Abrams||Trapped '97 (12")||Upbeat Records||UPUS 002||Germany||1997|
|UPUS 011.03||Colonel Abrams||Trapped 2001 Part 3 (12")||Deep Culture||UPUS 011.03||Germany||2001|
|DGT 001||Colonel Abrams||Trapped '97 (12")||Dis Go Tec Records||DGT 001||Netherlands||1997|
|74321 46911 1, none||Colonel Abrams||Trapped '97 (12", Ltd)||BMG France, Radikal Groov Records||74321 46911 1, none||France||1997|