Can't Get Enough (Eddy Grant album)

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Can't Get Enough
Studio album by
StudioThe Coach House Recording Studios, Stamford Hill, London
Genre Reggae, funk, synth-pop, new wave [1]
Label Ice
Producer Eddy Grant
Eddy Grant chronology
Love in Exile
Can't Get Enough
Killer on the Rampage
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Can't Get Enough is an album by English reggae musician Eddy Grant. [3] It was released in 1981 on Grant's own label Ice Records. It was his UK chart debut, peaking at #39 on the album charts. [4] It features the UK hits "Do You Feel My Love", "Can't Get Enough Of You" and "I Love You, Yes I Love You". The photography was by David Bailey.


Track listing

All tracks composed by Eddy Grant

  1. "Do You Feel My Love" – 3:01
  2. "Time to Let Go" – 4:47
  3. "That Is Why" – 4:28
  4. "I Love to Truck" – 6:07
  5. "Can't Get Enough of You" – 4:21
  6. "Give Yourself to Me" – 3:37
  7. "I Love You, Yes I Love You" – 3:52
  8. "Kill 'Em with Kindness" – 4:29
  9. "California Style" – 4:04



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