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Strawberry Shortcake - Strawberry Shortcake Live album mp3

Strawberry Shortcake - Strawberry Shortcake Live album mp3
Strawberry Shortcake Live
Disco, Funk, Pop Rap
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1300 mb
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Complete your Strawberry Shortcake collection. I thought I knew what love and pain were, but when you listen to this album you understand true emotion. Reply Notify me Helpful.

Strawberry Shortcake is the eponymous protagonist of the Strawberry Shortcake franchise. She is said to be the "unofficial princess" of 'Strawberryland' and is often seen wearing a pink hat with strawberries printed on it. In the 1980s version of the franchise, she lives in a shortcake, while in the 2003 version, she lives in a strawberry.

An artist rendering of the characters' new look was later created in July 2017 by DHX Media.

Strawberry Shortcake is a cartoon character originally used in greeting cards, but who was later expanded to include dolls, posters, and other products. The Strawberry Shortcake properties also include a toy line of the character's friends and pets. In addition, the franchise has spawned television specials, animated television series, and films.

Strawberry Shortcake 06:19. Mary's shortcake is made with fresh berries from her local farmer's market. Remove shortcake from pan and place on a rack to cool slightly. Cut into 6 pieces and split each piece in half horizontally. Spoon some of the strawberries with their juice onto each shortcake bottom. Top with a generous dollop of whipped cream and then the shortcake top. Spoon more strawberries over the top and serve.


Strawberry Shortcake Live (Part One)
Strawberry Shortcake Live (Part Two)


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KSS-5950 Strawberry Shortcake Strawberry Shortcake Live ‎(LP, Album) Kid Stuff Records KSS-5950 Canada 1981
KSS-5950, KSS 5950 Strawberry Shortcake Strawberry Shortcake Live ‎(LP, Album) Kid Stuff Records, Kid Stuff Records KSS-5950, KSS 5950 US 1981

  • Samulkree
Wanna hear a story about Strawberry Shortcake going to the shady and dangerous streets of New York City and somehow not getting hurt, raped, or killed? Look no further than this 1981 Kid Stuff Records album, which relates the tale of a six year old being let into a disco all because of her face and ending up making it big with her Minnie Mouse like voice and confusion on what "rap" is. I'm pretty sure the track "Flying" is a drug metaphor (seriously, substitute coke for music and listen to what happens) and the moral is that music is everywhere? More like NYC is one messed-up place! I'm surprised she never ran into any gangs, whinos, wife-beaters, or what have you not. And who knows what Cyborg like city dwelling protector is here to save Ms. Shortcake from the corrupting influences surrounding her? Because I know the fucking cops are useless! Ah, Kids Stuff Records, cutesifying very real situations since 1975.
  • Togar
I thought I knew what love and pain were, but when you listen to this album you understand true emotion. 100/10
  • Steel_Blade
Grid should listen to this, then. Have a nice day.
  • Kardana
The best concept album ever released. Roger Waters ain't got shit on this.
  • Voodoozragore
This record helped me during a very difficult divorce. My wife kept the kids, but I kept the cake.
Have you ever wondered what it's like to decend into the nezperidan hivemind of chaos while tripping acid and developing erectile dysfunction? Well look no further! This LP has everything. It's got a live recording, it's got helium voices, it's got blueberries because we like it like that. Make sure to stock up on at least 17 bottles of Soylent [Green] because you're gonna need the nutrients!
  • Moswyn
Soylent Green is people! Soylent Green is people!! lmao haha
  • Malalanim
I give this record a 9/10.STORY:Strawberry Shortcake goes to New York because she is feeling blue in Strawberryland. She embarks on a hopeful journey by snail-drawn cart to New York, and when she arrives, performs a glitzy gig at the Big Apple Disco, where she sings the Strawberry Rap. Then, homesick for her berry patch, she decides to pack it all up and go home.Songs:*New York, New York - I hear the Sinatra version of this song ALL the time on the radio during bumpers (they say the station's from New York). Nice to hear a disco version covered by Strawberry Shortcake. 10/10.*Make a Wish - Cute song. Reminds me of "Got Me Now" by Amy, Sally, and Mina. 8/10.*Baby Face - Disco version of an oldie but goldie. My mom sings this to me from time to time. 9/10.*Big Apple Disco - She's there, and sings THIS fuckin' awesome song. CLASSIC! Right up there with New York, New York. 10/10.*Celebration - Old classic, new singer. 7/10.*Strawberry Rap - CLASSIC! I hear this on YouTube all the time! Kids' funky disco rap! 10/10.*I'm Flying - Weird and trippy! Sounds like she's crying! 8/10.*I Can Hear The Music - Nice ending to a great album. It actually made me shed some tears. 10/10.I suggest you to buy it!