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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

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Track listing

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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Formula (album)

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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 vocals James Plotkin: Gui ...more...



La Formula (album)

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La Formula is the first studio album by Pina Records ' super-group La Formula featuring Zion & Lennox , Plan B , RKM & Ken-Y , Arcángel , 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. Track listing Standard edition 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, Vázquez, Fernando Sierra Zion & Ken-Y 4 ...more...



The Formula (album)

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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 . 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 . 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. 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 Kweli & Tyler Woods ) (Kenyatta Blake, Patrick Douthit, Talib K. Greene, Tyler Woods) "Whassup With U?" (feat. Keisha Shontelle) (Kenyatta Blake, Patrick Douthit, Keisha Hinnant) "O ...more...



Romeo Santos

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Anthony Santos (born July 21, 1981), known professionally as Romeo Santos , is an American 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 ten 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 a Puerto Rican mother. 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, and b ...more...



Lotus

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The Formula

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Formula, Vol. 2

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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. 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. 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 and selling out tickets, but also for the music video for Yo También (a song on the album) being vie ...more...



Reflection

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Reflection or reflexion may refer to: Mathematics Point reflection , a reflection across a point Reflection (mathematics) , a transformation of a space Reflection formula , a relation in a function Computers Reflection (computer graphics) , simulation of reflective surfaces Reflection (computer programming) , a program that modifies its own code Science Mirror image , a reflection in a mirror or in water Reflection (physics) , a common wave phenomenon Specular reflection , reflection from a smooth surface Signal reflection , in signal transmission Elastic scattering , a process in nuclear and particle physics Reflection nebula , a nebula that is extended and has no boundaries Reflection seismology ( seismic reflection ) Philosophy Human self-reflection Art Reflection or "Parasight", a piece of installation art by Shane Cooper (artist) Music Reflection (band) , a German thrash-metal band Albums Reflection (Demis Roussos album) Reflection (Fifth Harmony album) or the title of the song Reflection (Pentangle albu ...more...



Formula (disambiguation)

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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 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 Games , a defunct Dutch game developer See also The Formula (dis ...more...



H2O (disambiguation)

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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 Other H2O (software) , an open source machine learning platform for big data analysis, developed by H2O.ai H2O Wireless , a retailer of cellul ...more...



A Fórmula do Amor

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"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 . "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 1 ...more...



Atomic

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Dave Formula

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Dave Formula (born David Tomlinson 11 August 1946, Whalley Range, Manchester , England ), 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. He worked under the name of David Tomlinson and achieved some success back in the mid-sixties with the R and B blues/soul band St. Louis Union , including appearances on 'Top of the Pops' and in the film 'The Ghost goes gear' (featuring also the Spencer Davis Band); at the time he formed the group, worked as an apprentice television engineer. 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 until the band's breakup in 1981. Hi ...more...



Spell

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Ass

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Mercedes

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Sevdaliza

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Sevda Alizadeh (born 1 September 1987), known professionally as Sevdaliza , is an Iranian - Dutch singer, songwriter and producer. In 2015, she released two extended plays, The Suspended Kid and Children of Silk. While her music is typically in English, she released her first Persian-language song "Bebin" in early 2017 in protest of Executive Order 13769 . Her debut album, ISON , was released on 26 April 2017. Life and career Early life Sevdaliza was born Sevda Alizadeh on 1 September 1987 in Tehran , Iran . She moved with her family to the Netherlands at the age of five. At 16, she left home as a result of a basketball scholarship, eventually playing on the Dutch national basketball team. She went to university, graduating with a master's degree in communications . Sevdaliza is fluent in Persian , Dutch , English , French , and Portuguese . 2013–present: The Suspended Kid, Children of Silk and ISON In March 2014, Sevdaliza released her debut single "Clear Air" along with a music video. It was later fo ...more...



Shaun Cassidy

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Shaun Paul Cassidy (born September 27, 1958) is an American television producer/creator, screenwriter , and former singer and actor. He is the eldest son of Shirley Jones and Jack Cassidy . His older half-brother was David Cassidy . He is known for starring in the television series The Hardy Boys Mysteries (1977–1979) and Breaking Away (1980–1981), as well as having several hit records in the 1970s. In the 1980s, he had a three-month stint on the daytime soap General Hospital and acted on Broadway and in the West End of London . Since the mid-1990s, Cassidy has worked exclusively as a writer/producer in television, creating a number of television series, including American Gothic , Roar and Invasion . Career While still in high school, Cassidy signed a contract with Mike Curb 's division of Warner Bros. Records and began recording music. His debut studio album Shaun Cassidy was initially released in Europe and Australia in 1976, and he scored a couple of hit singles in several countries, leading to an America ...more...



The Chain

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" The Chain " is a song by the British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac , released on their best-selling album Rumours . It is the only song from the album credited to all five members ( Stevie Nicks , Lindsey Buckingham , Christine McVie , John McVie , and Mick Fleetwood ). "The Chain" was created from combinations of several previously rejected materials, including solo work by Buckingham, Nicks and Christine McVie. It was assembled, often manually by splicing tapes with a razor blade, at the Record Plant in Sausalito, California , with hired engineers Ken Caillat and Richard Dashut. Following the critical and commercial success of Rumours, "The Chain" has been featured on The Dance , a 1997 live concert CD/DVD package, as well as several greatest hits compilations . It has attained particular fame in the United Kingdom , where the instrumental section is used as the theme tune for the BBC and Channel 4 's television coverage of Formula One . Background According to interviews on the writing of Rumours, the ...more...



Water (disambiguation)

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Lead single

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A lead single is usually the first single to be released from a studio album , by a musician or a band , before the album itself is released. Early singles During the era of the gramophone record , all music arrived in the marketplace as what is now termed a single, one potential hit song backed by an additional song of generally less commercial appeal on a single ten-inch 78 rpm shellac record. After the launch of the long-playing microgroove record in 1948 and the arrival of the 45 rpm single the following year, singles continued to appear separately from albums into the 1960s. For instance, the early rock and roll market of the 1950s and early 1960s was very much focused on singles rather than albums. Songs such as " Heartbreak Hotel ", " Johnny B. Goode ", and " Tutti Frutti " only appeared later on album compilations of singles. Even through the 1960s, leading rock artists such as The Beatles , The Beach Boys , Bob Dylan , and The Rolling Stones issued songs such as " Strawberry Fields Forever ", " Penny ...more...



Visage (band)

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Visage were a British synthpop band, formed in London in 1978. The band became closely linked to the burgeoning New Romantic fashion movement of the early 1980s, and are best known for their hit " Fade to Grey " which was released in late 1980. In the UK, the band achieved two Top 20 albums ( Visage and The Anvil ) and five Top 30 singles before the commercial failure of their third album ( Beat Boy ) led to their break-up in 1985. The band has seen various line-up changes over the years, all fronted by vocalist Steve Strange , who resurrected the band name in the 2000s. In 2013, the most recent line-up of the band released Hearts and Knives , the first new Visage album in 29 years. The band's fifth and final album, Demons to Diamonds , was released in 2015, nine months after Strange had died following a heart attack. History 1978–1985 Founding members Steve Strange and Rusty Egan were hosting David Bowie and Roxy Music club nights at Billy's nightclub in London's Soho district at the time and were eager to f ...more...



Force (disambiguation)

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Missing Link

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Magazine (band)

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Magazine were an English post-punk band active from 1977 to 1981, then again from 2009 to 2011. The band was formed by Howard Devoto after leaving punk band Buzzcocks in early 1977. Devoto had decided to create a more progressive and less "traditional" rock band. Magazine reunited in 2009 for a UK tour, with almost all the remaining members of the "classic" lineup, with the exception of guitarist John McGeoch , who died in 2004. He was replaced by Noko , who had played with Devoto in Luxuria . Magazine released an album of new material, No Thyself , in October 2011, followed by a short UK tour. History Devoto formed Magazine in Manchester , shortly after he left Buzzcocks in early 1977. In April 1977, he met guitarist McGeoch, then an art student, and they began writing songs, some of which would appear on the first Magazine album. They then recruited Barry Adamson on bass, Bob Dickinson on keyboards and Martin Jackson (previously of The Freshies ) on drums, forming the first lineup of the band. After signi ...more...



Virgin (disambiguation)

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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 (Gabaldon novella) , a 2013 Outlande ...more...



American Psycho (album)

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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 . 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 . 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 Entertainment Weekly said "Their goofy formula of lyrics inspired by bad horror movies, poppy vocals, and blasting hardcore is still excellent mosh-pit fodder." Track listing All tracks written by the Misfits (Michale Graves, Jerry Only, Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein, and Dr. Chud) except where noted. No. Title Length 1. "Ab ...more...



Mase

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Mason Durell Betha (born August 27, 1975 ), better known by stage name Mase (formerly Murda Ma$e and stylized as Ma$e or MA$E ), is an American rapper, songwriter and pastor. He is best known for being signed to Sean "Diddy" Combs 's label Bad Boy Records . Early life Mase was born Mason Durell Betha in Jacksonville, Florida , on August 27, 1975, as a fraternal twin born almost two months premature. His twin sister's name was Stason; the twins had four older siblings. Growing up, Mase did not know his father. Fleeing her abusive husband, Mason’s mother moved her children to Harlem, New York , when Mason was three or four years old. He spent his early teen years gambling, cutting class, chasing after girls, and running the streets of 139th and Lenox; however, he returned to Florida when he was 13 due to concerns that he and his friends were misbehaving. He moved back to New York at age 15. He played basketball for Manhattan Center along with his close friend Cam’ron . As teens, the two dabbled in rap as a ho ...more...



Billboard charts

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The Billboard charts tabulate the relative weekly popularity of singles or albums in the United States and elsewhere. The results are published in Billboard magazine. Billboard biz, the online extension of the Billboard charts, provides additional weekly charts. There are also Year End charts. The charts may be dedicated to specific genre such as R&B, country or rock, or they may cover all genres. The charts can be ranked according to sales, streams or airplay, and for main song charts such as the Hot 100 song chart, all three pools of data are used to compiled the charts. For the Billboard 200 album chart, streams and track sales are included in addition to album sales . The weekly sales and streams charts are monitored on a Friday to Thursday cycle since July 2015, previously it was on a Monday to Sunday cycle. Radio airplay song charts however follows the Monday to Sunday cycle (previously Wednesday to Tuesday). The charts are updated the following Tuesday, but dated the Saturday a further week (i ...more...



Fe

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Look up Fe , fe , fé , or FE in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Fe or FE may refer to: Arts and entertainment Fe (Reyli album) Fe (singer) , a British singer-songwriter "Fe" (song) , a song by Jorge González Fe (Souled American album) Fe (video game) , an upcoming video game by Zoink Games and published by Electronic Arts Fallen Earth , a computer game Fire Emblem , a Nintendo Tactical JRPG Education FE exam or Fundamentals of Engineering exam Further education , post-16, non-university education in the UK Science and technology Physics and chemistry Iron , chemical element with symbol Fe Field emission , an emission of electrons induced by external electromagnetic fields Faraday efficiency , the efficiency of a catalyst in electrochemistry An initialism for Flat Earth Technology Ford FE engine , a Ford V8 motor hydrocarbon engine FE, part of Mazda's F engine family Nikon FE , a 35 mm SLR camera Flight engineer , aircraft crew member that monitor and operate the aircraft systems Front end , the user interact ...more...



Chris Rea

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Christopher Anton Rea ( REE -ə ; born 4 March 1951) is an English singer-songwriter and guitarist, recognisable for his distinctive, husky voice and slide guitar playing. The British Hit Singles & Albums stated that Rea was "one of the most popular UK singer-songwriters of the late 1980s. He was already a major European star by the time he finally cracked the UK Top 10 with his 18th chart entry; " The Road to Hell (Part 2) ". As of 2009, he has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide. In America he is best known for the 1978 hit song " Fool (If You Think It's Over) " that reached No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent three weeks at No. 1 on the Adult Contemporary chart . This success earned him a Grammy nomination as Best New Artist in 1979. His other hit songs include, "I Can Hear Your Heartbeat", " Stainsby Girls ", "On the Beach" (Adult Contemporary No. 9), " Let's Dance ", " Josephine ", " Driving Home for Christmas ", "I Just Wanna Be with You", "Looking for a Rainbow", "Tell Me There's a ...more...



Are We There Yet?

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Are We There Yet? may refer to: Film and television Are We There Yet? (film) , a 2005 American/Canadian family comedy film Are We There Yet? (TV series) , an American sitcom based on the film Are We There Yet?: World Adventure , a 2007–2009 Canadian children's travel television series "Are We There Yet" (Barney & Friends) , an episode of Barney and Friends "Are We There Yet?" (Yes, Dear) , an episode of Yes, Dear Other media Are We There Yet? (Carla Bley album) , 1999 Are We There Yet? (John Reuben album) , 2000 Are We There Yet? (video game) , a 1991 MS-DOS game Are We There Yet? A Journey Around Australia, a picture book by Alison Lester See also Dwight Barkley , mathematician who developed a formula for estimating how long it will take for a child in a car to ask this question Are We There Yet? may refer to: Film and television Are We There Yet? (film) , a 2005 American/Canadian family comedy film Are We There Yet? (TV series) , an American sitcom based on the film Are We There Yet?: World Adventure , ...more...



Joytime

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Joytime is the debut studio album by electronic producer and DJ Marshmello , which was released on 8 January 2016. Singles The first single "Keep It Mello", featuring vocals from rapper Omar LinX , was released on 24 October 2015. A remix by Marshmello and Slushii of "Want U 2", a song in this album was released as a single, but not off this album. Reception Ryan James Blair of Festival Forecast gave Joytime a 7.5/10 rating stating Joytime starts strong with a screeching synth, mallet melodies, and a smooth bass as he taunts listeners with the vocal hook (Everybody Knows Me…. Marshmello). The rest of Joytime does not vary much from the opening track as each song sticks to the strong formula that includes a smooth bass line, sharp synths, simple risers and percussion buildups, trap hats and strong kicks. Summer is perhaps the biggest change of pace with a nice downtempo beat, but at times the sub bass can almost be overwhelming for the slower tempo and context." Track listing No. Title Length 1. "Know Me" 3:2 ...more...



Phoenix

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Look up Phoenix , Phœnix , phoenix , phoenixes , or phœnix in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Phoenix most often refers to: Phoenix (mythology) , a mythical bird from Greek and Roman legends, tales and stories Phoenix, Arizona , United States, the capital of Arizona Phoenix may also refer to: Mythology Greek mythological characters Phoenix (son of Amyntor) , a Trojan War hero in Greek mythology Phoenix (son of Agenor) , a Greek mythological figure Phoenix, a chieftain who came as Guardian of the young Hymenaeus when they joined Dionysus in his campaign against India Mythical birds called "phoenixes" Hindu Garuda and Gandaberunda Firebird (Slavic folklore) , in Russian Zharptitsa, Polish Żar-ptak, Slovak Vták Ohnivák, also Hungarian Tűzmadár Persian Simurgh , in Arabian Anka and Turkish Zümrüdü Anka, Georgian Paskunji Chinese Fenghuang , in Japanese Hō-ō, Tibetan Me Byi Karmo East Asian Vermilion Bird in Chinese Zhu Que, Japanese Suzaku, Korean Jujak, Vietnamese Chu Tước Chol (bible) , Avarshina, Urshinah or ...more...



Rush

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Look up rush in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Rush or rushes may refer to: Common meanings Rushes, grass-like plants in the Juncaceae family Sweet rush, Acorus calamus , an aromatic grass-like plant unrelated to the Juncaceae Rush (psychology) , an acute transcendent state of euphoria Places United States Rush, Colorado Rush, Kentucky Rush, New York Rush City, Minnesota Rush County, Indiana Rush County, Kansas Rush Township (disambiguation) , various places Rush Historic District , a zinc mining region in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas Rush Valley , Utah Rush Lake (disambiguation) , various lakes Rush Creek (Marin County, California) Rush Creek (Mono County, California) Rush Creek (Kishwaukee River) , Illinois Rush Street (Chicago) , Illinois Ireland Rush, Dublin Film and television Rushes or dailies , the first print made of a day's filming Rush (1983 film) , a science fiction film directed by Anthony Richmond Rush (1991 film) , a crime film directed by Lili Fini Zanuck Rush (2012 film) , a Bollywood thr ...more...



Music recording sales certification

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Music recording sales certification is a system of certifying that a music recording has shipped or sold a certain number of copies. The threshold quantity varies by type (such as album, single , music video ) and by nation or territory (see List of music recording certifications ). Almost all countries follow variations of the RIAA certification categories, which are named after precious materials ( gold , platinum and diamond ). The number of sales or shipments required for these awards depends upon the population of the territory in which the recording is released. Typically, they are awarded only to international releases and are awarded individually for each country in which the album is sold. Different sales levels, some perhaps 10 times lower than others, may exist for different music media (for example: videos versus albums , singles, or downloads). History The original gold and silver record awards were presented to artists by their own record companies to publicize their sales achievements. The firs ...more...



Stampede (disambiguation)

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Look up stampede in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. A stampede is uncontrolled concerted running by a large herd of animals, including humans. Stampede may also refer to: Idaho Stampede , an NBA Development League team Stampede (video game) Stampede (band) Stampede (The Doobie Brothers album) Stampede (Krokus album) Stampede (Hellyeah album) Stampede (Chris LeDoux album) Stampede (Critters Buggin album) Stampede (Concussion Ensemble album) , 1993 Calgary Stampede , a yearly fair and exhibition held in Calgary, Alberta Cattle Stampede a 1943 Billy the Kid Western Stampede (film) , a 1949 Western directed by Lesley Selander KAM Stampede, a fictional race team in Future GPX Cyber Formula Stampede J-1001, a fictional race car in Future GPX Cyber Formula Stampede ECS, a 2010 Nerf Blaster released under the N-Strike series Stampede, a supercomputer at the Texas Advanced Computing Center "Stampede", a big room house song by Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike , DVBBS and Borgeous Vash the Stampede , the protagonist of t ...more...



Don Henley

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Donald Hugh Henley (born July 22, 1947) is an American singer-songwriter , producer , and drummer , best known as a founding member of the Eagles before launching a successful solo career. Henley was the drummer and co-lead singer for the Eagles from 1971 to 1980, when the band broke up, and from 1994 to 2016, when they reunited. Following a year-long break due to Eagles founder Glenn Frey 's death, Henley reformed the band in summer 2017 for the Classic West and Classic East rock festivals, hiring Vince Gill and Deacon Frey to replace Glenn. Henley sang the lead vocals on Eagles hits such as " Witchy Woman ", " Desperado ", " Best of My Love ", " One of These Nights ", " Hotel California ", " Life in the Fast Lane ", " The Long Run " and " Get Over It ". After the Eagles broke up in 1980, Henley pursued a solo career and released his debut album I Can't Stand Still , in 1982. He has released five studio albums, two compilation albums, and one live DVD. His solo hits include " Dirty Laundry ", " The Boys of S ...more...



Abracadabra (disambiguation)

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Look up abracadabra in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Abracadabra is an incantation used by stage magicians, and formerly in Gnosticism and ancient Roman medicine. Abracadabra may also refer to: Music Abracadabra (Steve Miller Band album) "Abracadabra" (Steve Miller Band song) Abracadabra (ABC album) Abracadabra (Claire Hamill album) Abracadabra (Florent Pagny album) "Abracadabra" (Brown Eyed Girls song) "Abra-ca-dabra", a 1973 single by The DeFranco Family ”Abracadabra” (music producer) Games Abracadabra (game) , a 2004 card game from Mayfair Games Abracadabra (video game) , 1988 game Other uses Abracadabra (1952 film) , a 1952 Italian film Abracadabra (2017 film) , a 2017 Spanish film Goodliffe's Abracadabra , a weekly magic magazine that closed in 2009 Theora mesopotamica , a species of bivalve mollusc, previously named Abra cadabra See also Abra Cadabra (1983 film) , a 1983 Australian animated feature Abra Kadabra (comics) , a DC comic book supervillain Abra, Kadabra, and Alakazam , characters in the "P ...more...



Nippon (disambiguation)

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Look up Nippon in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Nippon (Hiragana: にっぽん) is a reading of kanji 日本 that refers to Japan . Nippon is more formal and rarer than Nihon (にほん), an alternative reading. For more information see Names of Japan . Nippon can also refer to: Company names All of the following companies are based in Japan. Air Nippon All Nippon Airways NEC , called the Nippon Electric Company before 1983 Nikon (formerly Nippon Kōgaku Kōgyō Kabushikigaisha) Nippon Animation Nippon Broadcasting System Nippon Chemi-Con Nippon Denso Nippon Express Nippon Ichi Software Nippon Kodo Nippon Paint Nippon Sharyo Nippon Steel Corporation Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Nippon Television Nippon Toki Kaisha, Ltd. , porcelain (fine china) maker Nishi-Nippon Railroad Nissan Motors (formerly Nippon Sangyo) Radio Nippon West Nippon Expressway Company Miscellaneous All Night Nippon , a program on NBS Formula Nippon , a type of formula racing "Nippon" (boardgame) , published by What's Your Game? in 2016. Nippon Budokan , an ...more...



John Pemberton

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John Stith Pemberton (July 8, 1831 – August 16, 1888) was an American pharmacist who is best known for being the founder of Coca-Cola . In May 1886, he developed an early version of a beverage that would later become world-famous as Coca-Cola, but sold his rights to the drink shortly before his death. Background Pemberton was born July 8, 1831, in Knoxville, Georgia , and spent most of his childhood in Rome, Georgia . His parents were James C. Pemberton and Martha L. Gant. He entered the Reform Medical College of Georgia in Macon , and in 1850, at the age of nineteen, he was licensed to practice pharmacy however his main talent was chemistry Shortly thereafter, he met Ann Eliza Clifford Lewis of Columbus, Georgia , known to her friends as "Cliff", who had been a student at the Wesleyan College in Macon. They were married in Columbus in 1853. Their only child, Charles Ney Pemberton, was born in 1854. They lived in the Pemberton House in Columbus. During the American Civil War , Pemberton served in the Third C ...more...



Danielle Bradbery

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Danielle Simone Bradbery (born July 23, 1996) is an American country singer from Cypress, Texas . She won season four of NBC 's The Voice in 2013, becoming the youngest artist to come in first place until Sawyer Fredericks of season eight . Her debut studio album, Danielle Bradbery , was released on November 25, 2013, featuring the single " The Heart of Dixie ". On June 2, 2017, Bradbery released her new single " Sway " (not the same song that Dean Martin recorded back in 1954), which is the lead single off her sophomore album, I Don't Believe We've Met , which is set to release on December 1, 2017. Early life Bradbery was born on July 23, 1996 in Houston, Texas to parents Danny Bradbery and Gloria Redden Martinez but moved to Cypress . She attended Cypress Ranch High School . Career The Voice At the blind auditions on March 25, 2013, Bradbery performed Taylor Swift 's "Mean", prompting Adam Levine , Blake Shelton , and Usher to turn their chairs. Bradbery then chose Shelton and remained on his team. At th ...more...



Billboard Hot 100

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The Billboard logo The Billboard Hot 100 is the music industry standard record chart in the United States for singles , published weekly by Billboard magazine. Chart rankings are based on sales (physical and digital ), radio play , and online streaming . The weekly sales period was originally Monday to Sunday, when Nielsen started tracking sales in 1991, but was changed to Friday to Thursday in July 2015. Radio airplay, which, unlike sales figures and streaming data, is readily available on a real-time basis, and is tracked on a Monday to Sunday cycle (previously Wednesday to Tuesday). A new chart is compiled and officially released to the public by Billboard on Tuesdays. The first number one song of the Hot 100 was " Poor Little Fool " by Ricky Nelson , on August 4, 1958. As of the issue for the week ending on December 16, 2017, the Hot 100 has had 1,068 different number one hits. The current number one song is " Rockstar " by Post Malone featuring 21 Savage . History Prior to 1955, Billboard did not have a ...more...



Numbers (Woe, Is Me album)

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Number[s] is the debut album by American metalcore band, Woe, Is Me , released on August 30, 2010 through Rise Records and its imprint division, Velocity . A re-release of the record was released on July 16, 2012 with Andrew Paiano and Hance Alligood due to the departure of Tim Sherrill and Tyler Carter. It was the only album to feature the original line-up after conflicts within the band. Number[s] was produced by Cameron Mizell in his Orlando, Florida hometown. Release and deluxe reissue Upon the release of Number[s], it charted at number 16 on Billboard ' s Top Heatseekers chart, selling 1,700 copies in its first week. Two songs were released before the album itself: "[&] Delinquents" on July 29, 2010, and "Mannequin Religion" on August 20, 2010. The demo versions of three songs, "Hell, or High Water", "If Not, for Ourselves", and "I." had also been previously released. It is the last album to feature lead guitarist Tim Sherrill, given his departure from the band during the following year, as w ...more...



Magic, Murder and the Weather

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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 ...more...



The New Formula

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The New Formula is a studio album released in 1990 by the American R&B group Today . The album was the group's second album, and included the charting singles "Why You Get Funky on Me". Track listing The New Formula – original release No. Title 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 Length 11. "No Need to Worry" (Bernard Belle / Lee Drakeford) 5:21 12. "My Happiness" (Bernard Belle) 5:31 Personnel Frederick Lee "Bubba" Drakeford – vocals Larry "Chief" Singeltary – voca ...more...



The D.O.C.

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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 , who is one of the founding members of N.W.A and produced two of his solo albums. 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 release of No One Can Do It Better, The D.O.C. almost died when a car accident resulted in the crushing of his la ...more...



Three Days Grace

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Three Days Grace is a Canadian rock band formed in Norwood, Ontario in 1997. Based in Toronto , the band's original line-up consisted of guitarist and lead vocalist Adam Gontier , drummer and backing vocalist Neil Sanderson , and bassist Brad Walst. In 2003, Barry Stock was recruited as the band's lead guitarist. In 2013, Gontier left the band and was replaced by My Darkest Days ' vocalist Matt Walst, who is also bassist Brad Walst's brother. Signed with Jive Records , Three Days Grace has released five studio albums, each at three-year intervals: Three Days Grace in 2003, One-X in 2006, Life Starts Now in 2009, Transit of Venus in 2012, and Human in 2015. The first three albums have been RIAA certified platinum, 3× platinum, and gold, respectively, in the United States, whereas in Canada they have been certified by Music Canada as platinum, double platinum, and platinum, respectively. The band has a string of number one songs on the Billboard Alternative Songs and Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks charts. History B ...more...



Missy Elliott

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Melissa Arnette Elliott (born July 1, 1971), better known as Missy " Misdemeanor " Elliott , is an American rapper, dancer, and record producer. Elliott embarked on her music career with all-female R&B group Sista in the early 1990s and later became a member of the Swing Mob collective along with childhood friend and longtime collaborator Timbaland , with whom she worked on projects for Aaliyah , 702 , Total , and SWV . Following several collaborations and guest appearances, she launched her solo career in 1997 with her debut album Supa Dupa Fly , which spawned the hit singles " The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly) " and " Sock It 2 Me ". The album debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 , the highest-charting debut for a female rapper at the time. Elliott's following album Da Real World (1999), produced the singles " She's a Bitch ", " All n My Grill ", and top five hit " Hot Boyz " The remix broke the record for most weeks at number-one on the US R&B chart on the issue dated January 15, 2000; as well as ...more...




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