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The album's lead single, " She's Every Woman " peaked at number-one on the Billboard Country Chart, however its follow-up single, " The Fever " ( a cover of an Aerosmith song ) only peaked at number 23, becoming Brooks's first released Country single to not chart on the Top 10.
The album's lead single was a cover of Bad Company's " Feel Like Makin ' Love ".
The album's lead single " Dancing on My Own " was released a few weeks prior to the album's release ; it became a hit single worldwide and brought her a Grammy Award nomination for the category of Best Dance Recording in 2011.
The Remain in Light album's lead single, " Once in a Lifetime ", became a Top 20 hit in the UK but initially failed to make an impression upon its release in the band's own country.
This was in part due to the Triple A chart success of the album's lead single, " Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out With Me " which was used in the television show Californication.
The band complied and Albarn wrote " For Tomorrow ", which became the album's lead single.
" The release of the album's lead single " Country House " played a part in Blur's public rivalry with Manchester band Oasis termed " The Battle of Britpop ".
The album's lead single, the gospel-based " Tender ", opened at the second spot on the charts.
It's Saturday the album's lead single, managed to hit No. 23 on the Modern Rock Charts, and followed by a second single, Bye Bye.
The album's lead single is " Adolescents " and it was posted on the band's website on April 4, 2011.
The album's lead single, " She's in Parties ", reached number 26 on the charts and earned Bauhaus their third and final Top of the Pops appearance.
The label's preferred lead single choice " 7 " would be the album's lone top ten hit, reaching # 7.
" The album's singles — the Bruce Johnston-produced original " Bluebirds Over the Mountains " ( Billboard # 64 ) and the Carl Wilson-produced cover of The Ronettes ' " I Can Hear Music "— won lukewarm attention, with the latter reaching # 24 on the Billboard single chart in April 1969 ; the lead track, the Wilson / Love-authored " Do It Again ", an unabashed throwback to the band's earlier surf hits, had been an international hit in the summer of 1968, reaching # 20 in the US charts and # 1 the UK while also scoring well in other countries.
The band complied and Albarn wrote " For Tomorrow ", which became the album's lead single.
" The release of the album's lead single " Country House " played a part in Blur's public rivalry with Manchester band Oasis termed " The Battle of Britpop ".
Young, Stills and Furay would all record demos for the album, but Greene and Stone, who had installed themselves as the album's producers, deemed Young's voice " too weird " and assigned lead vocals on the majority of Young's songs to Furay.
The song " Cue the Rain " was released as the album's lead single.
In 1984, he released his fourth solo album Secret Agent ( reached # 97 in the US, # 31 in Germany and # 20 in Switzerland ) The album's lead single " Boys Do Fall in Love " did reach the Billboard Magazine top 40 list of hits, the song reached # 70 in the UK, # 7 in South Africa and # 10 in Italy.
For Surfer Rosa ( 1988 ), Deal sang lead vocals on the album's only single " Gigantic " (), which she co-wrote with Black Francis.
On June 5, 2012, " En El Amor Hay que Perdonar " was confirmed as the album's lead single.
Lisher's distinctive psychedelic lead guitar playing is arguably the album's most distinctive instrumental feature, although the band's use of violin also has a great influence on the sound of the record.
The album was mostly a solo effort by Danzig, although Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains played lead guitar on three of the album's tracks.
The album's lead single, " Heroin Girl ," performed well on college radio but did not gain significant mainstream airplay.

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The album's first single, " Mean to Me ", reached the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart top 30 in June.
" Locked Out " was the album's first US single and received airplay on MTV and VH1.
As Sherrod and Hart had not participated in the initial sessions, four new tracks were recorded with producer Steve Lillywhite including the album's first single " Don't Stop Now ".
Though it topped the country albums charts, it stalled at No. 71 on the pop albums chart ; the album's single, " Light of a Clear Blue Morning " only reached No. 87 on the Hot 100.
In February 2011, she announced that she would embark on the Better Day World Tour on July 17, 2011, with shows in northern Europe and the U. S. The album's lead-off single, " Together You and I ," was released on May 23, 2011, and Better Day was released on June 28, 2011.
The album's first single, " More Than a Memory ", was released to radio on August 27, 2007.
In spite of the changes, the fifth album's first single, " Little L ", reached # 1 in many charts worldwide becoming their best dance hit.
After a slow start, his country-flavored hit " Picture " with Sheryl Crow resurrected the album and it went gold as a single and pushed the album's sales over 5 million.
The album's third single " All Summer Long ", became a global hit.
The album's final single was " Blue Jeans and a Rosary " which was a minor country hit at No. 50.
The album's opening track, " Immigrant Song ", was released in November 1970 as a single in the US against the band's wishes, reaching the top twenty on the Billboard chart.
The album's only single, " Zip It!
In January 2000, the album's second single, " All the Small Things ", hit the sixth spot on the Billboard Hot 100.
" Ain't Never Gonna Give You Up " was the album's third and final single.
The album's first single, " Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?
Blue Lines was seen widely as the first major manifestation of a uniquely British hip hop movement, but the album's hit single " Unfinished Sympathy " and several other tracks, while their rhythms were largely sample-based, were not seen as hip hop songs in any conventional sense.

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The album's subject matter was largely centered on Love's tumultuous life between 2003 and 2007, and featured a polished folk-rock sound with much more acoustic work than previous Hole albums.
The extent to which drug addiction was now affecting Bowie was made public when Russell Harty interviewed the singer for his London Weekend Television talk show in anticipation of the album's supporting tour.
According to Gerald Casale, the album's sound was inspired by reviewers calling them " fascist clowns " in articles.
The album's release was followed by news that there would be no tour to promote the LP, that drummer Bevan was now playing drums for Black Sabbath and that bassist Kelly Groucutt had left the band.
The album's cover, which " shows lying on his back in bed with his ravishing wife's ample posterior in full view and one of her legs coyly draped over his private parts ," was considered to be too suggestive for most retailers, many of which were reluctant to stock the album.
While this album's diversity was seen then as perversity, now it seems like a rich smorgasbord.
The album's track " Jim's Blues ", with Plant on harmonica, was the first studio track to feature all four members of the future Led Zeppelin.
After the album's completion, the band were forced to change their name after Dreja issued a cease and desist letter, stating that Page was only allowed to use the New Yardbirds moniker for the Scandinavian dates.
Although the children are not shown from the front, the cover was controversial at the time of the album's release.
While the album had been recorded in early 1983, the album's release was delayed for a year by SST.
The group toured in the wake of the album's success, but the Raising Hell Tour was marred by violence, particularly fights between rival street gangs in places like Los Angeles.

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