Ghetto life (4:21)
Make love to me (4:48)
Mr. Policeman (4:17)
Super freak (3:24)
Fire and desire (7:17)
Call me up (3:53)
Below the funk (Pass the J) (2:35)
Give it to me baby (12 in mix) (5:42)
Super freak (12 in mix) (7:05).
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Street Songs is a Rick James concept album released in April 1981 via Gordy Records. "Give It to Me Baby", the lead song and single from the album, became James' second number one single on the R&B chart. It spent five weeks at the top spot. The fifth song on the album, "Super Freak", was also one of James' biggest hits. A Deluxe Edition was released in 2001 containing an additional 17 mixes and live versions of the album tracks. Although the song "Fire and Desire" (a duet he performed with singer Teena Marie) was not originally released as a single, the song itself received much airplay on R&B radio stations and has since become a classic hit. (James and Marie would reunite to perform the song at the 2004 BET Awards a few months before James' death.)
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