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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.
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The album's opening track, " Ol ' ' 55 ", was recorded by the Eagles in 1974 for their On the Border album.
Waits beatboxes on the opening track, " Top of the Hill ", and most of the album's songs begin with Waits's " vocal percussion " improvisations.
According to Norman, the record company dropped several Christian songs, including " Butterfly ," " If God Is My Father ," " Kulderachna ", and " I Hope I'll See You In Heaven ", in favor of more lightweight love songs like " Fly, Fly, Fly ," the album's opening track ", and " Christmastime ', both previously released as singles.
White Pony was subsequently re-released with " Back to School ( Mini Maggit )" as the album's opening track.
Throughout the 1980s, the band would use the album's opening track, " Rockin ' the Paradise " ( charted at No. 8 on Top Rock Tracks Chart ) to open their shows.
On their 1977 album Ra, American progressive rock group Utopia also adapted " Mountaintop / Sunrise ," in a rock arrangement, as the introduction to the album's opening song, " Communion With The Sun.
His ' rubato ' classical opening sequence to the album's opener, " Knocking at Your Back Door " ( complete with F-Minor to G polychordal harmony sequence ), gave Lord the chance to do his most powerful work for years, including the song " Perfect Strangers ".
In Scandinavia, Edel-Mega released the album's opening track, " Unspeakable ", as the second single.
The band openly acknowledged their stylistic change with the album's opening track, ironically titled " I Like Your Old Stuff Better Than Your New Stuff ".
They also released as the album's 5th single " Goodnight Goodnight ", which appeared in the opening of " CSI: NY " episode " Page Turner.
She has expressed her opinion of the comparison in the lyrics to " God Given Name ": " I'm not her and never will be " — which was purposely set as the album's opening track to show their differences.
The album's opening song, " Rikki Don't Lose That Number ", became the band's biggest hit, reaching # 4 on the charts soon after the release of the album.
The album's opening track, " A Speculative Fiction ", won the 2006 ECHO songwriting award by online vote.
The album's success allowed them to tour with well-known acts such as The Bloodhound Gang, Goldfinger, and Reel Big Fish, and later to headline shows with up-and-comers such as New Found Glory and Freakdaddy frequently opening for them.
However, the opening sequence that matches the one on the CD was used, complete with the same sax solo and couch gag, on the episodes " Monty Can't Buy Me Love ", " Simpson Safari " and " The Bart Wants What It Wants ", which aired well after the album's release.
The album's opening track, " Reach for the Sky ", was released in late 2004 and became one of Social Distortion's biggest hits.
One listen to the album's opening track, the breathtaking curtain-raiser " Tool Of The Devil ," and the chorus ' gargantuan hook will capture you as it did Thunderstone's fellow Finns, who sent the song straight to No. 3 on the Finnish Singles Chart.
The opening bars of the album's title track " Satan is Real " can be heard at the beginning of Hank Williams III's " Medley: Straight to Hell / Satan is Real ", on his Straight to Hell album of 2006.
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Five of the album's tracks were Neil's solo compositions and two were by Hester, the exuberant " Italian Plastic ", which became a crowd favourite at concerts and the hidden track " I'm Still Here ".
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.
Prior to the album's release, the track " This Is It " was available for download on the iTunes Store, as well as for Rock Band.
Skylarking spawned the controversial track " Dear God ", which was originally issued as the B-side of the album's first single, " Grass ".
Although signs of the failing of Partridge's first marriage were evident as far back as English Settlement ( notably on the album's closing track, " Snowman "), it was some time before the still-married Partridge felt comfortable with Wexler's advances and his mixed feelings about the situation were chronicled in the song " Another Satellite ".
The creation of the album's title track was something of an accident ; the band was experimenting in the studio with a recently acquired Moog synthesizer, and the tape happened to be rolling at the time.
Dressed on the cover all in leather, the album's singles " A Little More Love " ( No. 3 Pop, No. 94 Country, No. 4 AC ), " Deeper than the Night " ( No. 11 Pop, No. 87 Country, No. 4 AC ), and the title track ( No. 52 Pop ) all demonstrated a more aggressive and uptempo sound for Newton-John.
In an unconventional move, the group shot a video for the album's title track as a promotional tool for the band as a whole and not any specific song from the record.
The title track " Diamonds and Pearls " became the album's third single, reaching No. 3 on the Hot 100 and the top spot on the R & B charts.
The album's five ' acid stamps ' and first track " Ah Feel like Ahcid " may underline this, while ' Smokin ' Stones ' is probably a ' pro comment ' on the contrasting rhythm and blues style of the Rolling Stones.
The form, texture and imagery of this album's first track Debra Kadabra, sung by Vliet, has ' angular similarities ' to the work he would later produce in his next three albums.
In later years, Lennon stated that the album's title track was a sincere cry for help ; he regretted changing it from a downbeat, piano-driven ballad to an uptempo pop song, which was done only as a result of commercial pressures.
This LP reached # 7 on the national charts on the strength of songs like the ballad " In My Room ", later released as a single ; " Catch a Wave "; and " Little Deuce Coupe ", which was released as a double-sided single with the album's title track, both top-15 hits.
" 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.
Wilson played and sang on much of the 1971 Surf's Up album and wrote or co-wrote four of the album's ten songs, including the title track, which was a Carl Wilson-produced rerecording of the legendary 1966 SMiLE track.
Finally in 1980, the album's title track, which still remains one of their most popular songs to date reached No. 17.
The attention generated concerning the album's cover art precipitated some criticism of the group's lyrical content as well, particularly the Party Music track " 5 Million Ways to Kill a CEO.