Are You Ready for Freddy" is a song by American hip hop trio The Fat Boys from their 1988 album Coming Back Hard Again. Portions of the song were rapped by Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger. The song was originally released in 1988 as the theme for A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master. Prince Markie Dee's "Uncle Frederick" has died, and his lawyer meets the group outside the Nightmare on Elm Street house
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Are You Ready For Freddy? (1975) by Freddy Fender. This album has an average beat per minute of 104 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 85/146 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Are You Ready for Freddy? I Can't Put My Arms Around a Memory. Cielito Lindo Is My Lady. Begging to You. How Much Is That Dog in the Window.
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The esteemed Freddie Fender, he of perfect voice and total confidence, shows he can take on elements as disparate as Doris Day and Ray Charles and make a listener forget either of these icons even exist. Fender has an edge on just about any other recording artist, in certain ways. For example, let's see Charles modulate up a key and start singing in Spanish. With some of the material on this record, it is almost as if somebody had hired an incredibly, hip, funky Tex-Mex band to play at a wedding
Album by Freddy Fender. I Can't Put My Arms Around A Memory. What'd I Say? How Much Is That Dog In The Window? Teardrops In My Heart. You Came In The Winter Of My Life. I'm Not Through Loving You Yet. Goodbye Clothes.
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For the song by The Fat Boys, see Are You Ready for Freddy. Of the 12 songs on the record, two were written by Fender, "Cielito Lindo Is My Lady" and "You Came In The Winter Of My Life". Of the rest, "Lovin' Cajun Style" is a song written by the album's producer. As well, Fender covers the novelty song "(How Much Is) That Doggie In The Window?", which was originally a Billboard chart-topper for singer Patti Page in 1953. The disc also features a remake of the Ray Charles classic "What'd I Say" and the song "I'm Not Through Loving You Yet", which was co-written by legendary.