No Parking on the Dance Floor
|No Parking on the Dance Floor|
|Studio album by Midnight Star|
|Released||June 6, 1983|
|Studio||QCA Recording Studios
Fifth Floor Studio
|Genre||R&B, Funk, Electro, Soul, Pop|
|Midnight Star chronology|
|Singles from No Parking on the Dance Floor|
No Parking on the Dance Floor is a 1983 album by American vocal band Midnight Star. This is the fourth and most successful album by the band. Released on June 6, 1983, the album contains the hit singles "Freak-A-Zoid," "Wet My Whistle," "Electricity," and "No Parking (On the Dance Floor)," as well as the seminal quiet storm anthem, "Slow Jam."
- Electricity - (Calloway, Simmons) 6:58
- Night Rider - (Cooper, Gentry, Lipscomb, Simmons, Watson) 4:40
- Feels So Good - (Gant, Lipscomb) 4:23
- Wet My Whistle - (Calloway) 5:06
- No Parking (On the Dance Floor) - (Calloway, Lovelace, Simmons) 4:27
- Freak-A-Zoid - (Calloway, Calloway, Simmons) 8:06
- Slow Jam - (Edmonds, Johnson, Lipscomb, Watson) 4:17
- Playmates - (Lipscomb, Simmons, Watson) 4:10
|Billboard Pop Albums||27|
|Billboard Top Soul Albums||2|
|"Wet My Whistle"||61||8||15|
|1984||"No Parking (On the Dance Floor)"||81||43||44|
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- "Midnight Star US albums chart history". allmusic.com. Retrieved 2011-10-06.
- "Midnight Star US singles chart history". allmusic.com. Retrieved 2011-10-06.