Formula (album)

Formula (released 1995) is an album by industrial/metal band OLD (Old Lady Drivers). It is their last full-length to date, and the group was condensed to a duo, with James Plotkin handling all instruments and Alan Dubin handling all vocals.

The album is a rather drastic departure from OLD's earlier works, abandoning much of their extreme metal roots to instead explore techno, IDM and electro, with Dubin's vocals processed through a Vocoder.

According to Terrorizer Magazine (article named "Lost Classics & Follies"), it is allegedly the lowest-selling album in the history of Earache Records. Though not well received at the time of its release, Allmusic reports that Formula can be viewed as a precursor of industrial techno

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All songs written and arranged by Dubin/Plotkin.

  1. Last Look – 10:58
  2. Break (You) – 5:57
  3. Devolve – 5:53
  4. Under Glass – 7:54
  5. Thug – 4:59
  6. Rid – 5:44
  7. Amoeba – 8:17
Personnel
  • Alan Dubin: All vocals
  • James Plotkin: Guitars, bass, keyboards, drum programming, tapes, sampler

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The Formula (album)

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The Formula (album)

The Formula is a collaborative album by Buckshot (of the Boot Camp Clik) and 9th Wonder (formerly of Little Brother), released on April 29, 2008 through Duck Down Records.[1] The album is the second full-length collaboration between the two, the first being 2005's Chemistry. The album's first single was "Go All Out". The tracks' music video features an appearance from comedian Charlie Murphy.[2] Videos were also shot for the tracks "Hold It Down" and "The Formula". The Formula debuted at #137 on the Billboard 200 album chart, opening with 5,874 units sold.[3] Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating HipHopDX link Rap4Fame.de link RapReviews.com link The Smoking Section link DJBooth.net link Track listing All songs written by Kenyatta Blake and Patrick Douthit, except as noted. "Intro - The Formula" (feat. The Formula Crew) "Ready (Brand New Day)" "Be Cool!" (feat. Swan) "Go All Out (No Doubt!!!)" (feat. Carlitta Durand) "No Future" "Hold It Down" (feat. Talib Kwe ...more...

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La Formula (album)

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La Formula (album)

La Formula is the first studio album by Pina Records' super-group La Formula featuring Zion & Lennox, Plan B, RKM & Ken-Y, Arcángel (Debut with Pina Records), Lobo & Jalil Lopez. It was released on August 21, 2012 competing with Ivy Queen's Musa released the same day. It debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart. It featured collaborations with Daddy Yankee, Yomo, Jory, Don Omar, De La Ghetto, and Randy. It received a nomination for the Billboard Latin Music Award for Latin Rhythm Album of the Year in 2013 and 2014.[1][2] Track listing Standard edition[3] No. Title Writer(s) Singer(s) Length 1. "Mi Fórmula" Rafael Pina Rafael Pina 1:21 2. "La Fórmula Sigue" Austin Santos, Felix Ortiz, Gabriel Pizarro, Orlando Javier Valle Vega, Edwin Vázquez Vega, José Nieves, Kenny Vázquez Zion, Arcangel, Lennox, R.K.M, Chencho, Maldy, Ken-Y 4:55 3. "Gastos Largos" Santos Arcángel 3:32 4. "Se Cree Mala" Valle Vega, Vázquez Vega Plan B 4:27 5. "More" (featuring Jory) Ortiz, Vázq ...more...

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Formula (album)

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Formula (album)

Formula (released 1995) is an album by industrial/metal band OLD (Old Lady Drivers). It is their last full-length to date, and the group was condensed to a duo, with James Plotkin handling all instruments and Alan Dubin handling all vocals. The album is a rather drastic departure from OLD's earlier works, abandoning much of their extreme metal roots to instead explore techno, IDM and electro, with Dubin's vocals processed through a Vocoder. According to Terrorizer Magazine (article named "Lost Classics & Follies"), it is allegedly the lowest-selling album in the history of Earache Records. Though not well received at the time of its release, Allmusic reports that Formula can be viewed as a precursor of industrial techno Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic link Track listing All songs written and arranged by Dubin/Plotkin. Last Look – 10:58 Break (You) – 5:57 Devolve – 5:53 Under Glass – 7:54 Thug – 4:59 Rid – 5:44 Amoeba – 8:17 Personnel Alan Dubin: All voca ...more...

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The Formula

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The Formula

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Formula (disambiguation)

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Formula (disambiguation)

Look up formula in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Wikisource has the text of the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica article Formula. A formula, in mathematics, is an entity constructed using the symbols and formation rules of a given logical language. Formula may also refer to: Formula (album), a 1995 album by OLD Formulæ (album), a 2016 album by Master's Hammer Chemical formula, an expression of the contents of a chemical compound Dave Formula (born 1946), British musician Infant formula, a food for infants Trinitarian formula, a Biblical phrase Well-formed formula, a word that is part of a formal language, in mathematical logic Formula (boats), a brand of pleasure boats Formula fiction, literature following a predictable form Formula language, a Lotus Notes programming language Formula racing, a type of motorsport Bill of materials A concept in the theory of oral-formulaic composition, related to oral poetry A type of ritual in Roman law A defunct video game label of Lost Boys ...more...



Formula, Vol. 2

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Formula, Vol. 2

Formula, Vol. 2 is the second studio album by American singer Romeo Santos, released on February 25, 2014 by Sony Music Latin. The album took effect by the success of its first two singles, "Propuesta Indecente," or "Indecent Proposal," with a zest of bachata-tango mix and "Odio," or "Hatred", featuring Drake, which spent seventeen combined, non-consecutive weeks atop the Hot Latin Songs charts and have remained in the top 5 of the chart for 98 of its 100 weeks.[1] Right after its release, the album hit number one in different countries as well as fifth place in the U.S. The album has well-known artists from the Latin and pop world such as Drake, Nicki Minaj, Marc Anthony, Tego Calderón and others.[2] Each of the songs in the album has its own world and meaning. Each of them with an experience to share, to give, or to appreciate. Not only was the album famous for making history in filling out the stadiums[3] and selling out tickets, but also for the music video for Yo También (a song on the album) being vie ...more...

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Tainy

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Tainy

Marco Masís, artistically known as Tainy, is a reggaeton producer. Born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico, he entered the world of reggaeton with his work on Mas Flow 2. Musical career After meeting with Nely "El Arma Secreta", he gave Luny his demo. Luny liked what he heard and signed Tainy to his team.[1] When Tainy was 15, Nely loaned him FL Studio XXL for producing. Tainy practiced with it for a whole year until he mastered it. The first assignment Tainy received from Luny, was to see if he really had what it took. Luny liked the first song he worked on so much that he ended up using it for Mas Flow 2. Tainy co-produced (with Luny Tunes) the Los Benjamins album,[2] producing 15 of the tracks. He has worked as a producer with Wisin & Yandel, Janet Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Paris Hilton, Wise & Many More.[3][4] He has received three Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) Awards, which are annually awarded to songwriters, composers and music publishers of the year's most-performed songs in the BMI catal ...more...

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Formula, Vol. 1

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Formula, Vol. 1

Formula, Vol. 1 is the debut studio album by American singer Romeo Santos, released on November 8, 2011 by Sony Music Latin. It is Santos's first album as a solo artist following the break-up of American bachata group Aventura, of which he was the lead singer. The record contains fifteen tracks, most of which were composed by Santos and co-produced with Ivan Chevere. The album experiments with the sound of bachata and other genres including R&B and flamenco. It features several Anglophone and Hispanophone guest artists including Usher, Tomatito, Mario Domm, and Lil Wayne. Recording for the album took place in 2011 at The Castle, Fight Klub, and EMG Studios in New York City. A deluxe edition of the album containing five extra tracks was released exclusively in Walmart retail stores in the United States. In the U.S., Formula, Vol. 1 peaked at number one on the Billboard Top Latin Albums and Billboard Tropical Albums charts and was the best-selling Latin album of 2012. It was certified three times platinum ...more...

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Chances (Five for Fighting song)

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Chances (Five for Fighting song)

"Chances" is a song written by Gregg Wattenberg and John Ondrasik, and recorded by Ondrasik under his stage name Five for Fighting. The song was released on July 21, 2009, as the first single from the band's 2009 album Slice. The song was the band's fourth single to chart on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. "Chances" is the second track of the official Superleague Formula soundtrack A Beautiful Race: The Superleague Formula album, which was re-released from Sony Music Entertainment Philippines on April 4, 2010. It was also featured in the end credits to The Blind Side, the end montage of scenes in The Vampire Diaries season one, episode 10, "The Turning Point" and in promos for professional wrestler Shawn Michaels' induction into the WWE Hall of Fame of 2011. Music video A music video was shot for the song, which was directed by Steven Drypolcher. The music video shows the story of two teenagers falling in love. The video was filmed at Singing Springs Movie ranch a week before the Station Fire burned 250 squar ...more...

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Romeo Santos

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Romeo Santos

Anthony Santos (born July 21, 1981),[1] known professionally as Romeo Santos, is an American[2] singer, songwriter, actor, record producer, and former lead vocalist of the American bachata band Aventura. In 2002, the song "Obsesión" reached number one in Italy for 16 consecutive weeks. After releasing several albums with Aventura, the group went its separate ways. Since then, Romeo has embarked on a solo career which in six years has spawned seven number one songs on the Hot Latin Songs chart and eleven number ones on the Tropical Songs chart. Early life Santos was born in 1981 in The Bronx, New York City, to a Dominican father and Puerto Rican mother.[3] He had a humble upbringing, with his father working in construction and his mother staying at home to take care of the family. In the early 1990s, Santos founded with his three cousins Henry, Max, and Lenny a group called "Los Tinellers" ("The Teenagers" written phonetically in a Dominican pronunciation). The group released an album called Trampa de Amor, ...more...

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Lotus

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Don't fuck with the formula

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Don't fuck with the formula

Mike Love photographed with the Beach Boys in 1966 "Don't fuck with the formula" is a quote and subject of controversy attributed to the Beach Boys' lyricist and co-lead vocalist Mike Love circa 1967. Love stated, "It's the most famous thing I've ever said, even though I never said it."[1] It originates from a 1971 Rolling Stone magazine article in which business associate David Anderle reported disagreements from within the Beach Boys' circle. In the ensuing decades, the line has been repeated in myriad books, articles, websites, and blogs. The remark is usually referenced to when bandleader and composer Brian Wilson began subverting the formula that brought the Beach Boys their initial success: songs with lyrics that embraced girls, cars, and surfing. This departure started with the band's 1965 album Today! and reached a tipping point with Pet Sounds (1966) and Smile (abandoned in 1967). At the time, Anderle was a portrait artist and talent manager who Wilson recently employed as the head of the Beach Bo ...more...

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The New Formula

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The New Formula

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] The New Formula is a studio album released in 1990 by American R&B group Today.[1][2] The album was the group's second album, and included the single, "Why You Get Funky on Me".[1] The album spent 27 weeks on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and peaked at #19 on November 24, 1990.[2] Track listing No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. "I Got the Feeling" Dr. Freeze 4:05 2. "Every Little Thing About You" Charles Farrar / Troy Taylor 5:19 3. "Self Centered" Charles Farrar / Troy Taylor 5:00 4. "Let Me Know" Bernard Belle / Larry Singeltary 5:07 5. "Why You Get Funky on Me (Remix)" Gene Griffin 7:24 6. "Trying to Get Over You" Barry Coffing 5:29 7. "I Wanna Come Back Home" Nat Adderley 5:43 8. "Home Is Where You Belong" Troy Taylor 4:33 9. "Tennis Anyone" Bernard Belle / Larry Singletary 5:56 10. "Gonna Make You Mine" Charles Farrar / Troy Taylor 4:38 CD bonus tracks No. Title Writer(s) Length 11. "N ...more...

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List of 2018 albums

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List of 2018 albums

The following is a list of albums released or scheduled for release in 2018. First quarter January Release date Artist Album Genre Label Producer Ref. January1 Jeff Rosenstock POST- Punk rock, indie rock, power pop Quote Unquote Records, Polyvinyl Jack Shirley [1] January5 Cupcakke Ephorize Hip hop Def Starz, Turreekk [2] January12 Avatar Avatar Country Groove metal, melodic death metal, heavy metal, avant-garde metal eOne, Century Media Jay Ruston [3] Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Wrong Creatures Vagrant [4] Black Veil Brides Vale Glam metal, hard rock, nu metal Lava, Republic John Feldmann [5] Børns Blue Madonna Pop Interscope Tommy English [6] Camila Cabello Camila Pop Epic, Syco Music, Sony Music Frank Dukes, Jarami, The Futuristics, Jesse Shatkin [7] Corrosion of Conformity No Cross No Crown Nuclear Blast John Custer [8] Francesca Michielin 2640 Sony Music Italy Michele Canova [9] Joe S ...more...

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Exo (band)

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Exo (band)

Exo (Korean: 엑소; stylized as EXO) is a South Korean-Chinese boy band based in Seoul with nine members: Suho, Baekhyun, Chanyeol, D.O., Kai, Sehun, Xiumin, Lay and Chen.[1] The band was formed by SM Entertainment in 2011 and debuted in 2012. Their music utilizes genres including pop, hip hop and R&B, alongside electronic dance music genres including house, trap and synth-pop.[1][2] Exo releases and performs music in Korean, Mandarin and Japanese.[1] The band ranked as one of the top-five most influential celebrities on the Forbes Korea Power Celebrity list from 2014 to 2018 and have been named "the biggest boyband in the world" and the "Kings of K-pop" by the media.[1][3] The band initially debuted with twelve members separated into two subgroups; Exo-K (Suho, Baekhyun, Chanyeol, D.O., Kai, and Sehun) and Exo-M (Xiumin, Lay, Chen and former members Kris, Luhan and Tao[fn 1]), performing music in Korean and Mandarin respectively, which continued until 2014.[4] Exo has been active as a single group since t ...more...

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Ass

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Ass

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Scorpion (Drake album)

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Scorpion (Drake album)

Scorpion is the fifth studio album by Canadian rapper Drake. It was released on June 29, 2018 by Young Money Entertainment, Cash Money Records and Republic Records.[4][5][6][7] Scorpion is a double album consisting of 25 tracks. Its "A side" is primarily a hip hop album, whilst its "B side" has been described as R&B and pop.[8][9] The album features guest appearances from Jay-Z and Ty Dolla Sign as well as posthumous appearances from Michael Jackson and Static Major, and additional vocals by a variety of artists, including James Fauntleroy, PartyNextDoor, Nicki Minaj, Future and Nai Palm. The album is executively produced by frequent collaborator Noah "40" Shebib and manager Oliver El-Khatib, and features production from 40, alongside a variety of producers, including No I.D., Boi-1da, DJ Premier, DJ Paul, T-Minus, Murda Beatz, Cardo and Noel Cadastre, among others. It was supported by the singles "God's Plan", "Nice for What", "I'm Upset", "Don't Matter to Me" and "In My Feelings". The former two sing ...more...

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American Psycho (album)

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American Psycho (album)

American Psycho is an album by the Misfits. Released May 13, 1997, it was the first to be recorded and released without the band's founder and former leader Glenn Danzig.[1] Bassist Jerry Only, after years of litigation, reached a settlement with Danzig and was granted the rights to use the band's name and image to record and perform. The album also marked the addition of singer Michale Graves and Dr. Chud on drums .[1] Originally, the album was going to be titled Dead Kings Rise, a play on the band's resurrection, but was changed when the title track didn't make the album. The album was produced by Daniel Rey, who has produced for artists such as the Ramones and White Zombie. Reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [2] Entertainment Weekly B[3] Rolling Stone [4] PopMatters Positive[1] Entertainment Weekly said "Their goofy formula of lyrics inspired by bad horror movies, poppy vocals, and blasting hardcore is still excellent mosh-pit fodder."[3] Track list ...more...

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Basic (Brown Eyed Girls album)

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Basic (Brown Eyed Girls album)

Basic is the sixth studio album by South Korean girl group Brown Eyed Girls, their first under their new label APOP Entertainment. It was released on November 5, 2015. Reception Basic was well-received critically, being praised by Billboard as "perfecting their [Brown Eyed Girls'] provocative formula".[1] Track listing No. Title Lyrics Music Length 1. "Time of Ice Cream" (아이스크림의 시간 (aiseukeurimui shigan)) Kim Eana Miryo Primary Shin Soo-ran 3:57 2. "Warm Hole" Kim Eana Park Geun-tae Lee Sang-ho Seo Yong-bae Sigurd Rosnes Lola Delon 3:12 3. "Wave" Kim Eana Miryo Jeong Seok-won 3:28 4. "Brave New World" (신세계 (shinsegye)) Kim Eana Miryo Lee Min-soo 4:01 5. "Obsession" Echo Bridge Miryo Echo Bridge 3:39 6. "Higgs" (신의 입자 (sinui ibja)) D'Day Miryo KZ Lucky.D 3:15 7. "Light" TEXU Miryo JeA TEXU 3:17 8. "Atomic" G. Gorilla Miryo G. Gorilla 4:01 9. "Dice Play" (주사위 놀이 (jusawi nori)) D'Day Miryo Junjaman KZ 3:4 ...more...

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Next (Journey album)

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Next (Journey album)

Next is the third studio album by Journey, released in 1977. The band continued the formula from 1976's Look into the Future but this album also retains some of their jazzy progressive rock style from the first album. It is the last album to exclusively feature Gregg Rolie on lead vocals. "Spaceman" and "Nickel and Dime" were the two singles released from Next. The instrumental "Cookie Duster" was listed in very early pressings of the album, though not actually included on the album. It was later released on Journey's Time³ compilation. Next reached #85 on the Billboard 200 Albums charts.[2] Although he did not contribute to Next, lead vocalist Robert Fleischman joined Journey shortly after the album's release as a songwriter and the group's first dedicated frontman, sharing lead vocal duties with Rolie during subsequent live shows. All of the songs on the album vanished from the band's live setlist after 1979 and two ("Spaceman" and "Here We Are") have never been performed live. Reception Professional ...more...

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Rupert Hine

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Rupert Hine

Rupert Neville Hine (born 21 September 1947, Wimbledon) is an English musician, songwriter and record producer, having produced albums for artists including Kevin Ayers,[1] Tina Turner,[2] Howard Jones,[2] Saga, The Fixx, Bob Geldof, Thompson Twins, Stevie Nicks,[2] Chris de Burgh, Suzanne Vega, Rush, Underworld, Duncan Sheik, Formula and Eleanor McEvoy.[3] In addition, Hine has recorded eleven albums, including ones billed under his own name, the pseudo-band name Thinkman, and as a member of the band Quantum Jump. Biography As a recording artist In the early sixties, Hine formed half of the folk duo Rupert & David. The duo performed in pubs and clubs and occasionally shared the stage with a then-unknown Paul Simon. The duo's one released single (on the Decca label in 1965) was a cover of Simon's "The Sounds of Silence". The single was not a success, but was notable for featuring a young Jimmy Page on guitar and Herbie Flowers on bass.[4] Hine released two albums under his own name in the early 70s: ...more...

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Magic, Murder and the Weather

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Magic, Murder and the Weather

Magic, Murder and the Weather is the fourth studio album by English post-punk band Magazine, and their final album until the band's reformation in 2009. It was released in June 1981 by record label Virgin. One single, "About the Weather", was released from the album. Writing Unlike on the group's former album The Correct Use of Soap, the writing credits for Magic, Murder and the Weather were not shared equally. The majority of the songs were written by keyboardist Dave Formula; only the opening three songs of side two of the LP were credited to all five members. Consistent with all Magazine's albums, the lyrics were written by Howard Devoto. Recording Magic, Murder and the Weather was recorded at Trident Studios, London in early 1981, with John Brand recording and engineering and The Correct Use of Soap producer Martin Hannett credited for mixing. A producer is not credited. Hannett mixed the album at Strawberry Studios in Stockport, with Chris Nagel assisting. The classic lineup of the band had ended wh ...more...

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Tribulation (band)

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Tribulation (band)

Tribulation are a Swedish heavy metal band from Arvika that formed in 2005. In early 2009, the band released its debut studio album The Horror.[2][3] Their second full-length studio album The Formulas of Death was released in 2013.[4] In 2015, they released their third full-length studio album Children of the Night which showed a departure from the death metal sound of their first two albums, drawing significantly on traditional heavy metal, psychedelic rock, gothic rock, as well as the occult and supernatural mythology.[5][6] Discography Albums The Horror (2009) The Formulas of Death (2013) The Children of the Night (2015) Down Below (2018) EPs Melancholia (2016) Lady Death (2017) Members Current members Adam Zaars – guitars (2005–present) Jonathan Hultén – guitars (2005–present) Johannes Andersson – vocals, bass (2005–present) Oscar Leander – drums (2017–present) Past members Olof Wikstrand – vocals, bass (2005) Jimmie Frödin – drums (2005) Jakob Johansson – drums (2005–20 ...more...

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Mané de la Parra

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Mané de la Parra

Mane de la Parra, also known as Mane, (born Manelick de la Parra Borja, 23 December 1982 in Mexico City, Mexico) is a Mexican singer and actor. Biography Mane is the grandson of Mexican writer Yolanda Vargas Dulché. At the age of 15, Mane began to take guitar and singing lessons, and then chose to pursue his career in music, commencing studies at Berklee College of Music in Boston in 2001, and graduating in 2005. To specialize his studies, he took classes in flamenco guitar in Barcelona with Manuel Granados. Music career Thanks to experience he has gained, Mane is now collaborating with a number of people who are now supporting what will be his first solo album. With Latin pop vibes, he began recording his first album. Part of the recording was made in Buenos Aires, at "El Pie" studio which is owned by Alejandro Lerner. Others involved in this album were : Zurdo Alegibe, the drummer, who previously collaborated on Diego Torres' albums, and Freddy Valeriani, the bass player. Songs Estar Sin Ti {eng. Bei ...more...

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Issa Album

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Issa Album

Issa Album is the debut studio album by American rapper 21 Savage. The album was released on July 7, 2017, by Slaughter Gang and Epic Records.[1] It features production from frequent collaborator Metro Boomin, alongside Southside, Pi'erre Bourne, Zaytoven, Wheezy, DJ Mustard and 21 Savage himself. It succeeds 21 Savage's collaborative EP with Metro Boomin, Savage Mode (2016). The album was supported by the lead single, "Bank Account". Issa Album charted at number two on the US Billboard 200, and received generally positive reviews from critics. Background On February 9, 2017, 21 Savage announced the title of the album.[2] On June 29, 21 Savage revealed the album's cover art, along with the release date.[1] On July 2, 2017, 21 Savage confirmed the album's producers.[3] Singles The album's lead single, "Bank Account", was released to rhythmic contemporary radio on August 8, 2017.[4] The song peaked at number 12 on the US Billboard Hot 100.[5] Critical reception Professional ratings Aggregate scores Sou ...more...

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Paulina Goto

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Paulina Goto

Paulina Gómez Torres (born 29 July 1991)[1] known professionally as Paulina Goto is a Mexican actress, singer, and television hostess, who first gained popularity for her debut role in the Mexican telenovela Niña de mi Corazón in 2010. She was a member of the popular Mexican-Argentine pop group, Eme 15, formed by Televisa producer Pedro Damián, from 2011 to 2014.[2] Early life Paulina Goto was born in Monterrey, Mexico. She has one younger brother named Eduardo. Her mother is a psychologist. Her father is a singer and musician who often co-writes songs with her.[3] When she was 5 years old, Goto and her family moved from Monterrey to Tampico, Tamaulipas where she spent the remainder of her childhood and adolescence. As a young child, she participated in dance classes and began taking ballet lessons when she was four years old.[4] She trained as a rhythmic gymnast from age five until she was fourteen, attending Rítmica Escuela de Gimnasia in Tampico. Goto earned recognition as a state and national champion a ...more...

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Visage (Visage album)

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Visage (Visage album)

Visage is the eponymous debut studio album by the British new wave band Visage. It was recorded at Genetic Sound Studios in Reading, Berkshire and released on 10 November 1980 by Polydor Records. Release Visage was released on 10 November 1980. It reached No. 13 in the UK and was certified Silver by the British Phonographic Industry in March 1981.[1][2] "Fade to Grey" was released as a single and became a hit, reaching No. 8 on the UK Singles Chart and Top 10 positions in Europe, including No. 1 in Germany and Switzerland. Further singles, "Mind of a Toy" and the title track "Visage" were also UK Top 30 hits. Reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [3] Robert Christgau B–[4] Aaron Krehbie of Digital Audio commented that "Moon over Moscow" and "Blocks on Blocks" are "perfect examples of Visage at its best". However, Krehbie also opined that the album was not "the group's best effort", preferring the group's next album, The Anvil.[5] In his retrospective review, Dan ...more...

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A Fórmula do Amor

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A Fórmula do Amor

"A Fórmula do Amor" (English: The formula of love) is a Brazilian pop song written by Leoni and Léo Jaime. The song became a successful hit after it was initially recorded by Kid Abelha, Leoni's band at the time, in their second studio album Educação Sentimental (1985). Shortly after the release of the album, in 1986, Leoni left the band. Performances by other artists Léo Jaime has also performed the song in the album Rock Estrela: Edição Comentada (2004) and in a 2005 Multishow special honoring artists from the 1980s. It was also performed by Jammil e uma Noites in the live album Ao Vivo Na Balada (2004). External links "A Fórmula do Amor" lyrics at Terra. "A Fórmula do Amor" at Allmusic. ...more...

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Liberation (Christina Aguilera album)

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Liberation (Christina Aguilera album)

Liberation is the eighth studio album by American singer-songwriter Christina Aguilera. It was released on June 15, 2018, through RCA Records.[3][4] It is Aguilera's first album in six years, following Lotus (2012). The singer started recording the album in late 2014, and throughout 2015 and 2017, Aguilera collaborated with a handful of producers and songwriters to reach her desired sound; Pharrell Williams and Linda Perry were in the studio in early stages and ended up not being on the album, while new collaborators such as Anderson Paak, Kanye West, Che Pope, Mike Dean and Tayla Parx were confirmed to be on the album. It features collaborations with Demi Lovato, Keida, Shenseea, GoldLink, Ty Dolla Sign, 2 Chainz, and XNDA. Background and development Following the release of her seventh album Lotus (2012), Aguilera took a career hiatus to focus on music and her family.[5] Later in April 2014, Aguilera confirmed she was working on new music, whilst pregnant.[1] In 2015, Aguilera also participated on a few e ...more...

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Church of Scars

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Church of Scars

Church of Scars is the debut studio album by Sarah Grace McLaughlin under her name Bishop Briggs. The album was released on 20 April 2018 through Island Records. Track listing All lyrics written by Sarah Grace McLaughlin; all music composed by Sarah Grace McLaughlin. No. Title Length 1. "Tempt My Trouble" 3:13 2. "River" 3:36 3. "Lyin'" 3:06 4. "White Flag" 3:50 5. "Dream" 3:14 6. "Wild Horses" 3:09 7. "Hallowed Ground" 2:54 8. "Water" 3:21 9. "The Fire" 3:03 10. "Hi-Lo (Hollow)" 4:11 Total length: 33:37 Critical reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Exclaim! 9/10[1] Slant [2] Church of Scars received mixed to positive reviews. In a rave review, Jenna Mohammed, writing for Exclaim! called McLaughlin's voice "immensely powerful." Mohammed described the album as "high-energy from start to finish", and that her "style and essence is very reminiscent of Florence + the Machine and Banks, but she sets herself apart through intense beat drops and her go ...more...

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Satisfaction

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Satisfaction

Look up satisfaction in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Satisfaction may refer to: Contentment Computer user satisfaction Customer satisfaction Job satisfaction Satisfaction theory of atonement, a Christian view of salvation The regaining of honour in a duel The process or outcome of assigning values to the free variables of a satisfiable formula Law Satisfaction of legacies, a doctrine of fulfilling a legacy during the testator's lifetime. Accord and satisfaction, a contract law concept about the purchase of the release from a debt obligation Entertainment and music Satisfaction (Australian TV series), a drama series which aired on Showcase Australia in 2007–2010 Satisfaction (2013 TV series), a sitcom which aired on CTV Satisfaction (2014 TV series), a drama series on USA Network Satisfaction (film), a 1988 drama Satisfaction!, a 1965 album by jazz organist Don Patterson "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction", a 1965 rock song by the Rolling Stones "Satisfaction" (Laura Brani ...more...



Dave Formula

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Dave Formula

Dave Formula (born David Tomlinson[1] 11 August 1946, Whalley Range, Manchester, England[2]), is an English keyboardist and film-soundtrack composer from Manchester, who played with the post-punk band Magazine and New Romantic ensemble Visage during the end of the 1970s and the beginning of the 1980s and in the "world music" band The Angel Brothers. Biography Early Years and St. Louis Union He lived his early youth in Whalley Range, Manchester.[3] He worked under the name of David Tomlinson and achieved some success back in the mid-sixties with the R&B blues/soul band St. Louis Union, including appearances on Top of the Pops and in the film The Ghost Goes Gear (also featuring the Spencer Davis Group); at the time he formed the group, he was working as an apprentice television engineer.[2] Later he was a cabaret musician and before joining Magazine, he shared a flat with record producer Martin Hannett. Magazine Formula joined Magazine in 1978 after the departure of Bob Dickinson and the release of th ...more...

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Real Life (Magazine album)

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Real Life (Magazine album)

Real Life is the debut studio album by English rock band Magazine. It was released in June 1978 by record label Virgin. The album includes the band's debut single "Shot by Both Sides", and was also preceded by the non-album single "Touch and Go", a song from the album's recording sessions. Real Life has received critical acclaim and is considered a pioneering post-punk record. It has also been described as new wave[1] and art rock.[2] Background and recording The album was written over the preceding year by the band, with Howard Devoto providing all of the lyrics. The two earliest songs, "Shot by Both Sides" and "The Light Pours Out of Me", were co-written with Devoto's former Buzzcocks bandmate Pete Shelley. The majority of the material on the album was written by Devoto in collaboration with guitarist and founding member John McGeoch. "Motorcade" was co-written with the group's keyboardist, Bob Dickinson, who played with the group in mid-1977 before being dismissed. The music for the album's final track, ...more...

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Rites of Spring (album)

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Rites of Spring (album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Sputnikmusic 4.5/5 link Rites of Spring is the only studio album by American post-hardcore band Rites of Spring. It was recorded at Inner Ear Studios in February 1985 and released on vinyl in June 1985 as Dischord Records #16. The album was produced by Ian MacKaye and contains twelve songs. The album was re-released on CD and cassette in 1987, with an additional track from the same session, "Other Way Around", as well as the four songs from the Rites' follow-up EP, All Through a Life (track 14–17), recorded January 1986 and released in 1987 (Dischord #22). End on End features the same cover as the debut album. The CD and cassette originally retained the number "16", while the 1991 repress, as well as the 2001 remastered version of the same seventeen songs, were numbered "16CD" and given the new title "End On End". The album was listed at number 30 on Kurt Cobain's top 50 favorite albums.[2][3] Pitchfork online magazine ranked it nu ...more...

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Disappear Here (Hybrid album)

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Disappear Here (Hybrid album)

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating BBC positive[1] Resident Advisor [2] Maxumi Magazine [3] PopMatters 8/10[4] Release Magazine 8/10[5] Disappear Here is the fourth studio album by British electronica group Hybrid, released on 28 March 2010 by Distinct'ive Records. A "Widescreen Edition" was released on 22 November, which included alternative and exclusive tracks. It was nominated for "best album" at the Breakspoll 2011 awards.[6] The title of the album is a reference to Bret Easton Ellis's first novel, Less Than Zero. History In 2008, the first mention was made of Hybrid's then forthcoming fourth album, and was described as being recorded as a band, then electronically "destroyed". That same year, Hybrid released a compilation Soundsystem_01, which featured remixes of "The Formula of Fear" and "$50 Pistol". After the release of "The Formula of Fear", Charlotte James became a permanent member. While the album was technically finished in 2008, the band were unsastified with ...more...

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Love Yourself: Tear

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Love Yourself: Tear

Love Yourself 轉 'Tear' (stylized as LOVE YOURSELF 轉 'Tear') is the third Korean studio album (sixth overall) by South Korean boy band BTS. The album was released on May 18, 2018 by Big Hit Entertainment. It is available in four versions and contains eleven tracks, with "Fake Love" as its lead single. The concept album explores themes relating to the pains and sorrows of separation.[5] It debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, becoming BTS' highest-charting album in a Western market, as well as the first K-pop album to top the US albums chart and the highest-charting album by an Asian act.[6] Background and release Love Yourself: Tear was first announced on April 16, 2018, following the release of a nine-minute short film entitled "Euphoria: Theme of Love Yourself 起 Wonder" on April 5.[7] The video included a new single, also named "Euphoria", recorded as a solo by member Jungkook. The song was produced by DJ Swivel, Candace Nicole Sosa, Melanie Fontana, Bang Si-hyuk, Supreme Boi, Adora, and BTS' lea ...more...

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The Correct Use of Soap

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The Correct Use of Soap

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] Smash Hits 5/10[2] Stylus Magazine A[3] Uncut [4] The Correct Use of Soap is the third studio album by British post-punk band Magazine, released by Virgin Records in 1980. It contains some of Magazine's best-known and most popular songs, including the singles "A Song from Under the Floorboards" and "Sweetheart Contract" and their cover of Sly and the Family Stone's "Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)". A different version of this album was released in Canada in 1980, by then distributor Polygram Records. This version was titled An Alternative Use of Soap. Content Some of the songs marked a return of sorts to the punkier riffs and faster rhythms of Real Life, after their second album, Secondhand Daylight. This was their last album with original guitarist John McGeoch, who left the band after the release of the album and joined Siouxsie and the Banshees. McGeoch also played with Visage, formed by his Magazine bandmates Dave ...more...

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Suspended Animation (John Petrucci album)

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Suspended Animation (John Petrucci album)

Suspended Animation is a studio album by Dream Theater guitarist John Petrucci, released independently in 2005 through Sound Mind Music. The songs "Jaws of Life", "Glasgow Kiss" and "Damage Control" have been played during the G3 tour, and the latter two are featured as openers to the 2005 DVD and live album G3: Live in Tokyo. Some releases of the album have "Curve" split into two separate tracks, with the majority of the song on track six and the latter portion on track seven. On these editions, "Lost Without You" and "Animate-Inanimate" form tracks eight and nine respectively. The correct track listing, without the aforementioned anomalies, is shown below. Critical reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating All About Jazz Neutral[2] Mark Sabbatini at All About Jazz gave Suspended Animation a mixed review, initially criticizing some songs as sounding like "what feels like a market-driven formula for success." He nonetheless noted "Animate-Inanimate" as a highlight, while praising Pet ...more...

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Beat Boy

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Beat Boy

Beat Boy is the third studio album by the British new wave band Visage. It was recorded at Trident Studios between 1982 and 1983 and released on Polydor Records in October 1984 (delayed by contractual problems the band were having at that time). Reaching No. 79 on the UK album chart, the album was poorly received by critics and would be the band's last studio album for almost thirty years. Background The album was recorded and released after lead singer Steve Strange decided to make Visage a live band instead of being solely a studio-based project, a decision that left him working only with drummer Rusty Egan and a trio of newer musicians. Billy Currie (the Ultravox keyboardist who had been part of Visage for their first two albums) left the band soon after recording commenced, though co-wrote and played on the track "Only The Good Die Young". Keyboardist Dave Formula, who co-wrote two tracks, also departed the band during this time. Beat Boy was released on 22 October 1984 on vinyl and cassette by Polydor ...more...

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The D.O.C.

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The D.O.C.

Tracy Lynn Curry (born June 10, 1968), better known by his stage name The D.O.C., is an American rapper from Dallas. In addition to a solo career, he was a member of the hip hop group Fila Fresh Crew and later collaborated with gangsta rap group N.W.A, where he co-wrote many of their releases, as well as Eazy-E's solo debut album Eazy-Duz-It. He has also worked with Dr. Dre, co-writing his solo debut album, while Dre produced Curry's solo debut album, the later released under Ruthless Records.He was one of the founders of Death Row Records along with Dr. Dre and Suge Knight. After Fila Fresh Crew split up in 1987, The D.O.C. went on to pursue a successful solo career. In 1989, he released his debut album, No One Can Do It Better, which reached number-one on the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart for two weeks and spawned two number one hits on the Hot Rap Songs chart: "It's Funky Enough" and "The D.O.C. & The Doctor". The album went platinum five years after its release. In late 1989, months after the ...more...

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Deafheaven

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Deafheaven

Deafheaven are an American heavy metal band formed in 2010. Originally based in San Francisco, the group began as a two-piece with singer George Clarke and guitarist Kerry McCoy, who recorded and self-released a demo album together. Following its release, Deafheaven recruited three new members and began to tour. Before the end of 2010, the band signed to Deathwish Inc. and later released their debut album Roads to Judah, in April 2011. A follow-up album, Sunbather, was released in 2013 to wide critical acclaim, becoming one of the most praised albums of the year in the United States.[7] In 2015 the band released their third album, New Bermuda.[8] In 2018 the band released their fourth album, Ordinary Corrupt Human Love. Deafheaven's musical style has been described by Rolling Stone as a "boundary-pushing blend of black metal, shoegaze and post-rock".[9] McCoy has cited various other influences on the band's sound, including alternative rock and early thrash metal, and said they do not consider themselves a b ...more...

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Virgin (disambiguation)

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Virgin (disambiguation)

Look up virginity, maiden, maidenhood, or virgin in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. A virgin is a person who has not engaged in sexual intercourse. Virgin may also refer to: Places Virgin, Utah, a town in the United States Virgin Islands (disambiguation) Virgin Mountains, a range northeast of Lake Mead in the United States Virgin River, a tributary of the Colorado River in the U.S. states of Utah, Nevada, and Arizona Virgin forest, ancient woodland (UK) or old-growth forest (US) People Craig Virgin (born 1955), an American long-distance runner Eric Virgin (officer) (1876–1950), a Swedish Air Force general Eric Virgin (diplomat) (1920–2004), a Swedish diplomat Nerene Virgin, a Canadian journalist, actress and television host Roy Virgin (born 1939), an English cricketer Film and literature Virgin (film), a 2003 American film Virginity (film), a 1937 Czech film Virgins (novel), a 1984 novel by Caryl Rivers The Virgins (novel), a 2013 novel by Pamela Erens Virgins (Gabaldo ...more...



H2O (disambiguation)

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H2O (disambiguation)

Look up HOH, hydrogen oxide, hydrohydroxic acid, hydroxic acid, or H₂O in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. HO is the chemical formula for water, ice or steam which consists of two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen. HO or H2O may also refer to: Entertainment Music HO (American band), a punk band HO (HO album), their self-titled debut album HO (Scottish band), a new wave band H2O (Puerto Rican band), a Puerto Rican boy band H "Two" O, a Leicester-based garage duo HO (Hall & Oates album), a 1982 album by Hall & Oates Film and television H2O (1929 film), a film by Ralph Steiner HO (2002 film), a bilingual Indian Kannada-Tamil film released in 2002 HO (miniseries), a Canadian television miniseries aired in 2004 HO: Just Add Water, an Australian teen's television series H2O: Footprints in the Sand, a visual novel, manga and 2008 anime series H2O: Mermaid Adventures Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, a 1998 American slasher film Other H2O (software), an open source ...more...



The True Meaning

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The True Meaning

Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating AllMusic [1] NME 7/10[2] RapReviews.com 8.5/10[3] The Source Stylus Magazine A[4] Vibe [5] The True Meaning is the second studio album by Queensbridge rapper Cormega. It was critically acclaimed and won the prestigious "Independent Album of the Year" at the Source Awards 2003. He also received "Impact Artist of the Year" honors at the Underground Music Awards. It was praised for its "back to basics" formula, tight beats and fierce rhymes. Standout tracks include "Live Ya Life", "Love In Love Out" which documents Cormega's beef with fellow Queensbridge rapper Nas, and "Verbal Graffiti". Track listing # Title Songwriters Producer(s) Performer(s) 1 "Introspective" C. McKay Emile Cormega 2 "Verbal Graffiti" C. McKay Hangmen 3 Cormega 3 "Live Ya Life" C. McKay J. Waxx Garfield Cormega 4 "Ain't Gone Change" C. McKay Cormega 5 "The True Meaning" C. McKay D/R Period Cormega 6 "A Thin Line" C. McKay Buckwild Cormega 7 "The Le ...more...

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God Is a Woman

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God Is a Woman

"God Is a Woman" (stylized in sentence case) is a song by American singer Ariana Grande. It was written by Grande, Max Martin, Savan Kotecha, Rickard Göransson and its producer Ilya. The song was released on July 13, 2018, as the second single from Grande's upcoming fourth studio album Sweetener (2018). Background and release "God Is a Woman" was first teased in a scene in the music video for lead single "No Tears Left to Cry", which displayed what appears to be a working track listing for the upcoming album.[2] Grande confirmed the title on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on May 1, 2018.[3] On June 27, Grande revealed that the song will become the official second single from her upcoming album.[4] She initially announced on Twitter that the song would be released on July 20. However, she later confirmed the release date as July 13.[5] Composition and lyrics "God Is a Woman" is a midtempo song that runs for three minutes and seventeen seconds.[6] It features influences of hip hop and reggae, with a ...more...

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O3

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O3

O3 may refer to: O, the molecular formula for ozone O, the 1993 debut album by the techno band Sunscreem O3: A Trilogy, a concept album trilogy by progressive metal band Dominici o3 Magazine, a monthly, free-content e-zine about free software and open source O3 star, in stellar classification, a subclass of type O stars O-3, the pay grade for the following officer ranks in the U.S. uniformed services: Captain in the Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps Lieutenant in the Navy, Coast Guard, Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, and NOAA Commissioned Officer Corps O3 Entertainment, a video game publisher Haplogroup O3 (Y-DNA), a Y-DNA Haplogroup Oldershaw O-3, glider USS O-3 (SS-64), a United States O class submarine Otoyol 3, a Turkish motorway from Edirne to Istanbul Oskarshamn 3, unit 3 at Oskarshamn Nuclear Power Plant in Sweden See also 03 (disambiguation) Ö3, Austrian radio station ...more...



Secondhand Daylight

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Secondhand Daylight

Secondhand Daylight is the second studio album by English post-punk band Magazine. It was released on 30 March 1979 by record label Virgin. One single, "Rhythm of Cruelty", was released from the album. Writing Unlike the group's former album Real Life, Howard Devoto did not contribute to writing the music for all tracks. Instead, the writing credits were split between band members: Devoto, John McGeoch and Dave Formula each wrote songs alone and in collaboration with Barry Adamson and Devoto/McGeoch wrote one song together. Devoto again provided lyrics for all compositions with the exception of the instrumental "The Thin Air", reputedly because the group ran out of studio time. Recording The new lineup was stable until mid-1980 and consisted of Devoto (vocals), McGeoch (guitar and saxophone), Adamson (bass), Formula (keyboards) and newly recruited drummer John Doyle. The first release with Doyle had been the "Give Me Everything" single from November 1978. The album was recorded in January 1979 at Good Ea ...more...

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Picture Perfect (12 Stones album)

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Picture Perfect (12 Stones album)

Picture Perfect is the fifth studio album by the American hard rock band 12 Stones, The album was released on July 14, 2017 through independent label Cleopatra Records. This marks the first studio album since 2012's Beneath the Scars. Overview The title track, "Picture Perfect", was chosen as the first single for the album. The music video was premiered on Loudwire on June 14, 2017. Critical reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Jesus Freak Hideout Cryptic Rock KNAC The album received positive reviews. Michael Weaver of Jesus Freak Hideout stated that "while the band doesn't change up their formula any, they do however, execute it to perfection" and that "there are some spiritual overtones interspersed, but Paul McCoy focuses much more on maintaining an overall positive message in his lyrics." Daniel Höhr of KNAC.com reviewed the album and he stated "There are definitely fillers amongst the fourteen tracks on Picture Perfect, so less would certainly be more in this case." Trac ...more...

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Formula 1 (video game)

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Formula 1 (video game)

Formula 1 is a 1996 racing video game, and the first installment in Sony's Formula One series. Unlike later games in the series, this game's cover has no specific driver on it (except for the North American version which features an image of Michael Schumacher driving for the Benetton team during the latter portion of the 1991 Formula One season). Published by Psygnosis, Formula 1 is based on the 1995 Formula One season. The game was released in North America, Europe and Japan (for PlayStation only) in 1996. It is distinct from its sequels because it was made after the end of the season, meaning that it features driver substitutes. The game also allows two-players to compete against each other either head-to-head or with other computer cars via the PlayStation Link Cable. Both players may then compete over a 17-race Championship season, or in a single race of the players choice. Gameplay Formula 1 follows the 1995 Formula One season, with 17 tracks, 13 teams and 26 drivers.[1] If a player is to complete a s ...more...

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X (INXS album)

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X (INXS album)

X is Australian rock band INXS's seventh studio album, released in 1990. The follow-up to the massive seller Kick, X scored hits with "Suicide Blonde" and "Disappear" (both Top 10 in the US).[1] Two other singles from X were "Bitter Tears" and "By My Side" but they had less chart success.[2] A fifth single, "The Stairs" was only issued in the Netherlands to coincide with the release of the Live Baby Live album. It was the third consecutive INXS album produced by Chris Thomas. The title, the Roman numeral for "10", represents the band's tenth year since their debut album was released in 1980. X features a sample of blues-harp player Charlie Musselwhite on "Suicide Blonde", and Musselwhite himself playing on "Who Pays the Price" and "On My Way". In 2002, a remastered version of the album was released which included five previously unreleased tracks. The singles "Suicide Blonde" and "Disappear" were used in the 1991 teen movie Mystery Date. Background INXS gained great success with the release of their previ ...more...

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