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We released the punk album of the millennium with Ass Cobra, and didn't want to make an Ass Cobra part two plus we spent two years writing new stuff, so as to make sure that every song is a hit, so we ended up making the rock album of the next millennium.
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After she covered the 10cc song " The Things We Do For Love " for the Mr. Wrong soundtrack, Behind the Eyes was released in September 1997.
Satirising life in a British prison, meanwhile, the Bowie-penned " Over the Wall We Go " became a 1967 single for Oscar ; another Bowie composition, " Silly Boy Blue ", was released by Billy Fury the following year.
The character later appears in the sequel story released first as a book, 2010: Odyssey Two and then as a movie, 2010: The Year We Make Contact.
The album, Something for Everybody was eventually released in June 2010, preceded by a 12 " single of " Fresh "/" What We Do ".
On 10 October 2006 Sounds of the Season: The Enya Holiday Collection was released containing six songs: the previously released " Oíche Chiúin " ( a. k. a. " Silent Night ") and " Amid the Falling Snow ", new recordings of the standards " Adeste Fideles " ( a. k. a. " Oh Come All Ye Faithful ") and " We Wish You a Merry Christmas " as well as two original songs, " Christmas Secrets " and " The Magic of the Night ".
In addition he released two albums in July 1990: the instrumental jazz trio album Lofty's Roach Souffle and a big-band album of mostly original songs titled We Are in Love, which also went double platinum.
Gil Scott-Heron, a jazz poet / musician who wrote and released such seminal songs as " The Revolution Will Not Be Televised ", " H2OGate Blues Part 2: We Beg Your Pardon America ," and " Johannesberg ," has been cited as an influence on many rappers.
Murphy stayed on for two more albums, Lost in a Dream and This Time We Mean It, before Cronin returned to the fold in January 1976 and recorded R. E. O., which was released that same year.
The new album, entitled We Are the Night, was released on 2 July 2007 in the United Kingdom and 17 July 2007 in the United States.
The group also released a new song after the album's release called " We About Chix ", the video can be seen on YouTube.
In 1999, Wesleyan University Press published a collection of essays from the conference and DiFranco's record label, Righteous Babe, released a compilation of the Severance Hall concert, Til We Outnumber ' Em, in 2000.
Some of these songs, along with others performed but not included on the album, were included on Colin Newman's post-Wire solo albums ( 5 / 10, We Meet Under Tables ), while others were released by Gilbert and Lewis ' primary post-Wire outlet Dome ( And Then ..., Ritual View ).
By the time the band released its 6th album, See How We Are, Alvin had already left the band, although he plays on the record along with Gilkyson.
NASA footage including Grissom's Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo missions was released in high definition on the Discovery Channel in June 2008 in the television series When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions.
Williams features in his own karaoke video game, We Sing Robbie Williams which was released on 12 November 2010 by Nordic Games.
In 2007, We All Love Ella, was released, a tribute album recorded for the 90th anniversary of Fitzgerald's birth.
By the time the group's fourth album Strangeways, Here We Come was released in September, the band had split up.
) The second single, " Can't We Talk It Over in Bed ", did not chart, but was released in 1989 by Grayson Hugh, the song's arranger, as " Talk It Over " becoming a Top 20 Pop hit.
The band continued the acoustic and organic approach that was featured on Furthermore for their fifth studio album entitled Who We Are Instead, which released on November 4, 2003.
A tribute album We're All Normal And We Want Our Freedom: Tribute To Arthur Lee & Love was released in 1994.
In 2003, the group released the album WAT ( an acronym for We Are Time ), which, as well as new material, featured the song " Tanz mit Laibach " ( German for " Dance with Laibach "), inspired by the German band D. A. F.
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Siege's goal was maximum velocity: " We would listen to the fastest punk and hardcore bands we could find and say, ' Okay, we're gonna deliberately write something that is faster than them '", drummer Robert Williams recalled.
While the band's early releases were played in a style closer to traditional punk rock, In God We Trust, Inc. ( 1981 ) marked a shift into hardcore.
In 2008, Fahey appeared in the Chris Ward-written and directed short film What Shall We Do With The Drunken Sailor ( based on the life of artist / model Nina Hamnett, self-styled " Queen of Bohemia "), with Fahey playing the role of Hamnett opposite actor Clive Arrindel, Donny Tourette ( frontman with punk band Towers of London ) and Honey Bane ( former vocalist of the punk band Fatal Microbes ).
* The Swedish punk rock band Randy refers to Joe Hill and the organization Industrial Workers of the World in a song called " If We Unite " on their album The Human Atom Bombs from 2001.
Cox told the New Musical Express: " We wanted to make the film not just about Sid Vicious and punk rock, but as an anti-drugs statement, to show the degradation caused to various people is not at all glamorous.
Durango later remarked that " We came from a punk perspective — we did not want to get sucked into a corporate culture where basically you're signing a contract because you don't trust the other person to live up to their word.
Even though Miret claims that " We played more shows at CBGB than any band ever, and we played more benefit shows for CBGB than any band ever " when the club did close most nostalgia focused on 1970's punk bands.
In 1982, McKagan became the drummer for the hardcore punk band The Fartz, with whom he recorded several demos, five of which were included on their 1990 album You, We See You Crawling.
He also started We Got Power fanzine that year along with Jordan Schwartz spawning Markey ’ s cinematic Super-8 cult punk scene documents.
They sang song against war ( e. g. " We Don't Need the Army "), and they made a punk anthem with the song " Hey Punk ".
They released their first album, What Else Can We Do on Caroline Records in 1992, with a surf-inflected punk rock style, comparable to the Ramones and Pixies.
Pioneered and established by local hardcore group Stompin ' Ground which soon after the release of their album " We Set The Pace " exposed much of hardcore punk music both in Singapore & South East Asia and soon spawned more local and regional hardcore bands.
Stretch Arm Strong is a hardcore punk band from Chapin South Carolina, and the flagship band for We Put Out Records.
They identify as part of the " queercore " punk subculture: referring to their style of music, the band declared in Frontiers magazine, " We put the ' core ' back in ' Queercore '".
“ We were big fans of The Dils, they had this EP, 198 Seconds of The Dils and I was so in love with punk rock that I would just write album titles on my clothes.
Album includes Tracks like " Psycho Punko ", where Jiga returns to her punk roots, " Trance N Roll " paraphrasing on Smoke on the Water, and their dance floor hit " Future ", conveying a positive message: " We are the world, we are the future.
According to Meade, “ We were all listening to the same stuff — punk, new wave, and fringe bands like Bowie, early Who and T-Rex.
We rammed 50s guitar licks into 60s power pop colliding into 70s glam and punk and more glam and then pureed it in a blender and we had our sound.
Roger Miret of Agnostic Front asserts that " We started using the term ' hardcore ' because we wanted to separate ourselves from the druggy or artsy punk scene that was happening in New York at the time ... We were rougher kids living in the streets.