The Questions modus operandi as it applies to "Work 'n' Play was downright plagiaristic, but as evidenced by some of the other selections available for streaming on their Myspace page, this track was the exception to an otherwise streamlined forte, that if anything else affirmed their blatant Top 40 ambitions. There were other Questions singles, but from the looks of it no full lengths. Such a ubiquitous moniker makes researching their discography a considerable challenge. As you might surmise, the flip "Work 'n' Play pt 2" is merely a remix. Enjoy (or not).
A. Work 'n' Play
B. Work 'n' Play pt 2
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