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Sweet Pea Atkinson


Nice Pea Atkinson was among the vocalists for the Detroit R&B ensemble Was (Not Was). The group released four LPs from 1981-1990, although there is almost a five-year space between their second launch and their third in 1988. Atkinson later on departed for any solo career.

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Full Name Sweet Pea Atkinson
Music Groups Was (Not Was)
Music Songs Walk the Dinosaur, Shake Your Head, Let's Straighten It Out, I Feel Better Than James Brown, Tell Me That I’m Dreaming, Dad I'm In Jail, Spy in the House of Love, Out Come the Freaks, Hello Dad... I'm in Jail, Papa Was a Rollin' Stone, Where Did Your Heart Go?, Elvis' Rolls Royce, Don't Walk Away, Earth to Doris, Wheel Me Out, Shadow and Jimmy, Anything Can Happen, Knocked Down, Made Small, Baby Mine, Zaz Turned Blue, Wedding Vows in Vegas, Listen Like Thieves, Boy's Gone Crazy, I Blew Up The United States, 11 MPH, Cold Sweat, Robot Girl, Dance or Die, The Party Broke Up, Maria Novarro, Carry Me Back to Old Morocco, What Up, Dog?
Albums What Up, Dog?, Born to Laugh at Tornadoes, Boo!, Was, Don't Walk Away

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1 One of the three main singers of Was (Not Was).



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