The Nazty ‎– I Got to Move (1976)

I Got to Move is a 1976 album by The Nazty, which evolved from Black Nasty and would ultimately morph into the ADC Band.

Tracklist:
A1. I Got to Move
A2. It’s Summertime
A3. I Need Love
A4. Look What You’ve Done
A5. Maybe Your Baby
B1. Bicentennial Rock & Roll
B2. Within
B3. No Desposit, No Return
B4. Unlucky Joe
B5. Space Boogie

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