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Real fine lady, who's that lady? Hear me callin' out to you Cause it's all that I can do Your eyes tell me to pursue But you say look yeah but don't touch, baby Nah, nah, nah don't touch. i (Album Version) by Kendrick Lamar. A Medley This Is by Richard Cheese.
Artist: The Men. Album: Tomorrow’s Hits. Another freaking great album from The Men! Their genius knows no bounds! Posted on February 17th, 2014 at 7:08 pm. curiousjoe Said, Is this a different, better version than the one that was listed a week a or so ago? Thanks. Sorry for asking the same question on multiple entries. Ladytron – Ladytron (2019).
Though it's titled Tomorrow's Hits, the album is a well-written love letter to yesterday's rock & roll. Though this means the album's sound isn't nearly as revelatory as the sonic assaults of their earlier work, the Men continue to prove that, above all, they're a band that know what they're doing, even if they don't know what they're doing next.
That Lady" is a 1973 R&B and soul song by The Isley Brothers, released on their T-Neck imprint. The song was originally performed by the group nearly a decade before in 1964 (released as "Who's That Lady?") inspired by The Impressions. After signing with Epic Records in 1973, the eldest members of the group (O'Kelly Isley, J. Rudolph Isley and Ronald Isley) had included younger members, guitarist Ernie Isley, bassist Marvin Isley and keyboardist/pianist Chris Jasper, as official members
It’s like the thought is sinking in in real time. Perro sounds elated, which makes sense; when he was recording Dark Waltz, he probably had the hunch that it would be just the start of his band’s best record to date. Suffice it to say that Dark Waltz isn’t the only song on Tomorrow’s Hits with an easily named precedent in The Men’s work: Going Down has the Open Your Heart trasher Turn It Around, while the countrified Sleepless has last year’s Open the Door. But those who don’t sleep don’t rust, either, which helps explain why Tomorrow’s Hits is unsurprisingly excellent. Accordingly, Tomorrow’s Hits reflects decades of reverent listening and plays like it’ll have some say in whatever becomes of the now 11-year-olds this record will transform like Tommy transformed William Miller.
Bang we want it Bang we want it Bang bang bang bang bang You came to see the mobscene I know it isn't your scene It's better than a sex scene and it's So fucking obscene, obscene, yeah. Everything has been said before There's nothing left to say anymore When it's all the same You can ask for it by name, Are you motherfuckers ready For the new shit? Stand up and admit, Tomorrow's never coming. This is the new shit.
From New York Times bestselling author duo Erin Watt comes the addictive contemporary tale of a teen rock star in need of an image makeover and the teen girl hired to be his fake girlfriend.
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