Club Nouveau

Club Nouveau is an American R&B group formed by record producer/performer Jay King in 1986 in Sacramento, California following the breakup of the Timex Social Club. The group's name was changed from its original incarnation, "Jet Set", to capitalize on the breakup. The group was signed by Warner Bros. Records, on which Club Nouveau released its first three albums. Club Nouveau's version of Bill Withers' song "Lean on Me" won a Grammy award for Best R&B Song in 1987.

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Why You Treat Me So Bad (Re-Recorded / Remastered)Soft Hits Of The '80s5:13
2
Promises PromisesLife, Love & Pain5:27
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Love, Peace, Jah & HarmonyConsciousness3:50
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Envious (Rerecorded)Club Nouveau's Greatest Hits (Rerecorded)4:31
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Lean On Me (Mozart & Friends House Instrumental Remix)The Best Of (Re-Recorded / Remastered Versions)4:50
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I'm So SorryEverything Is Black5:27
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Why You Treat Me so Bad (Re-Recorded)80's DJ Hits5:13
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Momentary LoverUnder a Nouveau Groove5:46
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Francis (Rerecorded)Club Nouveau's Greatest Hits (Rerecorded)3:35
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Why You Treat Me So BadFuture Dubstep4:54
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