9 thoughts on “ Overweight Pooch feat. Ce Ce Peniston - I Like It (Vinyl) ”

  1. She asked me if I'd do the dog's nails for her. I guess she figured I'm older and have less to live for. Anyway, we got a big pile of treats ready. My niece kept tossing them into the dog's mouth, distracting her, while I went to work on the nails. This is the same trick my manicurist uses with me and it worked equally well with the dog.
  2. Career. In , she released her only album to date Female Preacher on A&M Records, and scored a moderate commercial success with the single "I Like It", which charted at number #16 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, and at #58 in the UK Singles Chart. The composition featured vocals by CeCe Peniston, who contributed on another two songs on Davis' album ("Kickin' Da Blues.
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  5. Overweight Pooch Featuring Ce Ce Peniston: Overweight Pooch Featuring Ce Ce Peniston - I Like It (Def Party Radio Mix Edit) ‎ (CD, Single, Promo) A&M PM, A&M Records: AMCD , UK & Europe: Sell This Version/5(22).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Terre Haute Pressing, Gatefold Vinyl release of The Very Best Of Poco on Discogs.
  7. pooch1 / poōch/ • n. inf. a dog. pooch2 • v. Source for information on pooch: The Oxford Pocket Dictionary of Current English dictionary.
  8. If you like early Poco music then this album is probable there best with the early line up including Jim Messina. This is there second album and is a bit Jazzer then the first. Not all the tracks are that good but the ones that are good I would rate as great. One of my favorite is You Better Think Twice/5(74).

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