Fifth Harmony – Discography [FLAC]

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Fifth Harmony

*** FIFTH HARMONY FLAC 16-BITS (LOSSLESS) DISCOGRAPHY DOWNLOAD ***

DISCOGRAPHY:Fifth Harmony
FORMAT:FLAC 16-bits
GENERE:Pop
YEAR:2015 – 2017
COUNTRY:USA
DOWNLOAD:MEGA
DISC:03 CDs
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SIMILAR BANDS:Little Mix

Fifth Harmony Discography Download, 03 CDs by MEGA years 2015 – 2017 In Original High Quality Audio FLAC 16-bits (Lossless). Download Studio Albums, Live Albums, Compilations, Singles, and EPs.


 

DISCOGRAPHY (STUDIO ALBUMS)

2015 - Reflection (Deluxe Edition)


01 – Top Down
02 – BO$$
03 – Sledgehammer
04 – Worth It
05 – This is How We Roll
06 – Everlasting Love
07 – Like Mariah
08 – Them Girls Be Like
09 – Reflection
10 – Suga Mama
11 – We Know
12 – Going Nowhere
13 – Body Rock
14 – Brave Honest Beautiful

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2016 - 7-27 (Deluxe Edition)


01 – That’s My Girl
02 – Work from Home
03 – The Life
04 – Write On Me
05 – I Lied
06 – All In My Head (Flex)
07 – Squeeze
08 – Gonna Get Better
09 – Scared of Happy
10 – Not That Kinda Girl
11 – Dope
12 – No Way

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2017 - Fifth Harmony


01 – Down
02 – He Like That
03 – Sauced Up
04 – Make You Mad
05 – Deliver
06 – Lonely Night
07 – Don’t Say You Love Me
08 – Angel
09 – Messy
10 – Bridges

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About Fifth Harmony

It’s easy to see the similarities between 2010s teen-pop powerhouses Fifth Harmony and One Direction. Both groups initially had five members, were formed on the reality show The X Factor, and finished third in their respective seasons. [read more]

However, while One Direction gleefully embraced the classic boy-band handbook, the members of Fifth Harmony—Ally Brooke, Camila Cabello, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, and Lauren Jauregui—put a decidedly modern spin on traditional girl-group tropes. Their 2013 debut single, “Miss Movin’ On,” possesses echoes of 2000s emo-rock, although the group became known for wielding a sleek style indebted to neon-hued ’80s electro and ’90s hip-hop.

On their first two albums, 2015’s Reflection and 2016’s 7/27, they embraced the mid-2010s pop empowerment boom, espousing the power of a healthy self-image (“Worth It”) and sexual assertiveness (“Work from Home”). And as their name implies, the group favored flawless five-part harmonies, which had undeniable roots in both ’70s soul groups and ’90s R&B acts. Even after Cabello left in 2016, Fifth Harmony didn’t miss a step, releasing a self-titled album as a quartet the following year and using their shared history as a springboard for successful solo careers after the group went on hiatus in 2018.[/read]