Absolute - Can't You See album flac
Title: Can't You See
MP3 album: 1887 mb
FLAC album: 1820 mb
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Absolute First Album is the debut studio album by South Korean girl group T-ara. It was released on November 27, 2009, through Core Contents Media. T-ara sought to showcase "two different charms" through Absolute First Album, one embracing a "trendy" image and the other leaning towards a "classic" aesthetic. The result is a modern dance record with traces of retro influences.
You Can't See Me is the debut studio album by WWE's wrestler John Cena and his cousin, Tha Trademarc, billed together as John Cena & Tha Trademarc. It was released on May 10, 2005, by WWE Music Group and Columbia Records. The album features sole guest appearances from Esoteric and Bumpy Knuckles, who are featured on several songs throughout the album. The album production was handled by James McEwan and Todd Spadafore, with the duo serving as the executive producers on the album
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Can’t You See and Sweet is Cuthead to the core. Warm samples are combined with hard-hitting drum work and bass lines to remember. The results are House inspired dance floor stompers which you won’t be able to resist. While Kimono and Too Dark To See Tomorrow shows off his Hip-Hop roots in typical head-nodding fashion, Tranquility Base is another kind of thing. Still based deeply in Hip-Hop, the track establishes a much gloomier feel with its meandering synths. Those of you that long for life-affirming House music will be very pleased with Mount Platti. And on Schlagzeug fällt die.
The absolute best ’80s songs. The absolute best ’80s songs. Grab your Walkman, turn up the treble and get ready to celebrate pop’s golden era with these best ’80s songs. The Boss pinched the title of an old crooners’ standard to write his own classic, the finest single from his massive Born in the USA album in 1984. Bursting with ambition, frustration and sex, Dancing in the Dark is also Springsteen’s dance-floor peak, with a typically stunning sax solo by the late Clarence Clemons to top it all off.
I can't remember anything Can't tell if this is true or dream Deep down inside I feel the scream This terrible silence stops me. Now that the war is through with me I'm waking up, I cannot see That there's not much left of me Nothing is real but pain now. Hold my breath as I wish for death Oh please, God, wake me. Back in the womb it's much too real In pumps life that I must feel But can't look forward to reveal Look to the time when I'll live
I can't remember anything Can't tell if this is true or a dream Deep down inside I feel to scream This terrible silence stops with me Now that the war is through with me I'm waking up, I cannot see That there's not much left of me Nothing is real but pain now. Hold my breath as I wish for death Oh please God, wake me. Back in the womb it's much too real In pumps life that I must feel But can't look forward to reveal Look to the time when I'll live Fed through the tube that sticks in me Just like a wartime novelty Tied to machines.
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Reset Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Reset Records Ltd.
- Pressed By – CBS, Haarlem – 08-11220
- Produced At – Blackwing Studios
- Engineered At – Blackwing Studios
- Engineer, Producer – John Fryer
NotesStudio: Blackwing London
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