Category: Alternative


    1. Gagal

      One word- 'amazing'! This CD absolutely rocks! I heard of Tuuli a short while back and wanted to hear their album. My friend got their debut 'Here We Go' and I borrowed it for a weekend. After around 20 listens (yeah, it's that good) I went to Amazon UK and bought it (and the EP).
    2. Akigrel

      Feb 19,  · Tuuli - Heartbreaker Sade Greatest Hits Full Album \ Sade Love Songs Ever - Duration: Brian Mcknight Recommended for you. No One Can Beat a Shaolin Master and Here .
    3. Kajishicage

      Here we go (i'm into club music only so my ratings may not always suit you): 1. Album Version - a decent mix - rating 3/5 2. D-Bop 3am @ Crash Mix - a decent mix - sounds breakbeat, electro - sounds good but not too fast BPM, vocals seem too quiet in this mix - anyway 3/5. /5(10).
    4. Faukinos

      Ten years can be a long time in an artists' career. Many of the superstars of the 80's fell out of the bus in the next decade. Lionel Richie, Michael Jackson, Prince all had fewer and smaller hits while Janet, Whitney and Madonna consolidated their power and became even more popular in the 90's. New female superstars rose to the occasion like Celine, Shania and Toni Braxton,but one would.
    5. Tauzragore

      Eat My Heart Out is the debut album by pop punk band The Dollyrots. It was released on 28 September on Lookout Records. A song from the album, "Feed Me, Pet Me" was used in a Hewlett-Packard ad campaign in which the band also appeared.5/5(1).
    6. Mikazahn

      Melissa Manchester is one of the premier female vocalists of the last three decades! She has had loads of charting albums over that time. Surprisingly very few of them have ever been issued on CD. Bright Eyes, her second album, reached # on the Billboard charts in
    7. Virn

      It's Over Lyrics: You never told me from the first time / I had to beg you not to leave / You never seemed to care the first time / Now is the last time you are walking out on me / You've done.
    8. Maugami

      Heartbreaker is the sixth and final studio album by English rock group Free, that provided them with one of their most successful singles, "Wishing Well".It was recorded in late after bassist Andy Fraser had left the band and while guitarist Paul Kossoff was ailing from an addiction to Mandrax (Quaaludes), and features a different line up from previous albums.

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