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Should’ve Known Better - Richard Marx - Richard Marx (CD, Album)


  1. Richard Marx is the debut studio album by singer/songwriter and record producer/arranger, Richard Marx, released in June Richard became the first male solo artist in recording history to reach the top three of the Billboard Hot with four singles from a debut album, including his first number one Pop single "Hold On to the Nights" in mid/5(93).
  2. Marx was determined to become a solo artist, stating that "I didn't want to give my best songs away. "Should've Known Better", for instance, was written three years ago, and whenever I'd play it for an artist I'd get a real good response. It was the song I could've placed the easiest, but I knew that I should be the one to do it.
  3. Low prices on Richard Marx discography of music albums at CD Universe, with top rated service, Richard Marx songs, discography, biography, cover art pictures, sound samples, albums, etc. Should've Known Better; Don't Mean Nothing; Angelita, and more Of the 16 tracks on this long-awaited greatest-hits album, nine of them hit the Top
  4. Richard Marx: Should've Known Better ‎ (CD, Maxi) EMI-Manhattan Records, EMI-Manhattan Records: 20 2, CDMT UK: Sell This Version: 20 6, 1C K 20 6, 20 /5(2).
  5. Should've Known Better This song is by Richard Marx and appears on the album Richard Marx ().
  6. Throughout and into Richard toured his music across the globe once more, including playing at the Royal Albert Hall in the UK and the Berlin Wall in Germany. Rush Street became Marx’s third platinum album after its release in and featured one of his best known songs, Hazard, which went to number one across the globe.
  7. Richard Noel Marx (born September 16, in Chicago, Illinois) is a singer-songwriter best known for his adult contemporary music. He had a string of successful hit singles in the late 80s and early 90s such as “Right Here Waiting,” “Hazard,” and “Hold on to the Nights.”.
  8. Singer-songwriter Richard Marx is listing his stunning Chicago mansion for $18 million. A Chicago native, Marx — whose songs such as “Should’ve Known Better,” “Endless Summer Nights” and “Satisfied” were late-’80s pop hits — has called the historic mansion home since , along with his former wife, Cynthia Rhodes.

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