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The album's title track was originally recorded and released as a single by Swedish singer Robin Carlsson.
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The album's title song received some pop radio airplay and crossed over to No. 96 on the Billboard Hot 100, and " 1974 ( We Were Young )" and " Saved By Love " also charted as Adult Contemporary songs.
The Jacksons ( previously The Jackson 5 ) did many disco songs from 1975 to 1980, including " Shake Your Body ( Down to the Ground )" ( 1978 ), " Blame it on the Boogie " ( 1978 ), and " Can You Feel It " ( 1980 )— all sung by Michael Jackson, whose 1979 solo album, Off the Wall, included several disco hits, including the album's title song, " Rock with You ", " Workin ' Day and Night ", and his second chart-topping solo hit in the disco genre, " Don't Stop ' til You Get Enough ".
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.
Metal Rhythms sales were arguably confounded by the lack of strong promotion and IRS's inappropriate choices of singles ( the record label also changed the album's title to New Anger, changed the album colour shade from black to blue, and remixed several of its tracks for its American release against Numan's wishes ).
The album's first single, " Deadly Handsome Man " was a song featured on the Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back movie soundtrack a few years earlier under its original title, " The Devil's Song ".
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 release was delayed when the band ran into conflict with their label over the content of songs such as " We Can Be Together " and " Uncle Sam Blues " and the planned title of the album, Volunteers of Amerika.
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.
The album's working title, A Doll's House, was changed when the English progressive rock band Family released the similarly titled Music in a Doll's House earlier that year.
Despite the album's official title, which emphasised group identity, studio efforts on The Beatles captured the work of four increasingly individualised artists who frequently found themselves at odds.
Additionally, he is one-third of the infrequent, live-only musical extravaganza the Three Terrors ensemble, whose other principal members include 69 Love Songs album's Dudley Klute and LD Beghtol ; past themes of these performances have included: French pop, movie themes ( including the title song from Deep Throat ), intoxication, and New York.
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.
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.
Two weeks after the album's release, Martin was featured on the cover of Time with the title " Latin Music Goes Pop!
Finally in 1980, the album's title track, which still remains one of their most popular songs to date reached No. 17.
This new version of the band released a pair of albums for Word Records: 1992's The Seventy Sevens ( known by the band and fans as Pray Naked, the album's original title which was dropped by the record label without consulting the band due to Christian vendor pressures not to sell an album titled " Pray Naked ") and 1994's critically acclaimed Drowning with Land in Sight.
Her side project's name ( Monade ) and its first album's title ( Socialisme ou Barbarie ) are also references to the work of Castoriadis.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
" 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.
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.
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.
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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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.