Playlist Of Adam Ant's musical career

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    Adam Ant - Goody Two Shoes 1982

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    Good quality video recorded live from Top Of The Pops 1982. Adam Ant (born Stuart Leslie Goddard on 3 November 1954 in Marylebone, London) is an English musician who gained popularity as the lead singer of New Wave/post-punk group Adam and the Ants and later as a solo artist, scoring ten UK top ten hits between 1980 and 1983, including three No.1s. Ant was also a star in America where he not only scored a string of hit singles and albums, but was once voted iest man in America by the viewers of MTV. He is also an actor, having appeared in over two dozen films or television episodes between 1985 and 2003.

    After the split with The Ants,Ant went solo, taking his song writing partner Pirroni with him. His greatest American chart success was 1982's Friend or Foe album, which included the hit single Goody Two Shoes which made it to #1 in the UK and Australia, and #12 in the U.S. Other hits from that album included the title song (which made #9 on the UK chart) and Desperate But Not Serious. Goody Two Shoes first charted in the UK in Spring 1982, reaching no.1 that summer, but its US peak did not come until 1983 when it reached #12 on the Billboard Top 100.

    Around this time, Ant also received an endorsement contract from Honda to promote their new line of motor scooters, where he appeared with model and fellow alternative musician Grace Jones. In the commercial, Ant is being persuaded by Jones to try the new scooter. Ant, who had never driven anything in his life, finally submits. The commercial ends with Jones biting him on the ear, which was edited out for the American market, but left intact when it aired overseas. Ant did successfully obtain a driver's license a short time after the commercials began airing.

    In 1983, Ant worked with Phil Collins and Richard James Burgess on the Strip album which was recorded at Polar Studios in Stockholm. The single Puss 'N Boots reached #5 on the UK charts, but the BBC banned both the video and the song for the follow-up single Strip. Despite a vocal cameo performance from former ABBA member: Anni-Frid Lyngstad, Strip only managed to peak at #41. Although Strip had some highlights and hit singles, it marked the end of his reign as one of Britain's top pop stars for a while. That same year, Ant also memorably appeared as a guest performer on the NBC television network's Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever special that aired in May.

    In 1985, he worked with veteran producer Tony Visconti on his third solo album, Vive Le Rock. He secured a spot at the Live Aid concert, but was asked to cut his set to one song. He chose his new single, Vive le Rock.[11] Vive Le Rock was intended to be his ultimate hard rock album but the single underwent a pressing error and the album received mixed reviews. As a result, Adam decided to end his career in music and focus on his acting career.

    On 31 December 2010, Ant gave an interview for The Sun (featured in the Something For The Weekend segment) in which he discussed in considerable detail the various controversies surrounding his recent life and musical activities. He summed up his upcoming album thus: The Blueblack Hussar is me coming back to life. I'm like The Terminator - I was a dead man walking.[70] He also discussed individual songs on the album - as well as Gun In My Pocket (which, aside from the Troubador live performance, had also been given a club dancefloor play by Ant himself as guest DJ at the Family Affair clubnight in Shoreditch, London on 24 April 2010),[71] the 31 December 2010 Sun interview also made mention of Shrink, a song about Ant's experiences in the mental healthcare system. Ant had previously discussed both of these songs in his April 2010 interview with Simon Price for online fanzine The Quietus.[72] On his second visit to Iain Lee's show on Absolute Radio on 4 January 2011, two further new tracks were premiered - Hard Men Tough Blokes and Punkyoungirl.[73] In an interview for Bizarre magazine published that month, Ant named the song co-written with Andy Bell as Cool Zombie. Please visit my other Channel. Keep Rockin!.

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    Adam Ant - Goody Two Shoes

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    Goody Two Shoes is a popular song by Adam Ant. The song was released on the album Friend or Foe in 1982. The title phrase is a disparaging term for someone who is overly virtuous or conformist.

    Following the dissolution of Adam and the Ants in early 1982, Adam Ant pursued a solo career. His début as a solo artist, Goody Two Shoes was written by Adam Ant and Marco Pirroni and produced by Ant, Pirroni and Chris Hughes. The song details Ant's frustration with press intrusion, which was reinforced by the video and his clean cut image.

    The song was an instant hit, reaching #1 on the UK singles chart in June 1982 and later repeating the feat in Australia. Despite the success, this was his third and
    final #1 single. The song was his first and biggest hit on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US, peaking at #12.

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    Adam & The Ants - Killer In The Home (Live on TV 1981

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    Adam Ant was great with his Ants, not in his solo career. In this live appeareance they are in the top of their power, commercial and artistically speaking.

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    Alex dancing to Adam Ant

    1:13

    My little love

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    Adam Ant - Why Do Girls Love Horses 1982

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    B side of Desperate But Not Serious. What I liked about him was his B sides often sounded bugger all like the album he'd out at that specific time. Sort of like a parallel career.

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    Adam and The Ants - Kings Of The Wild Frontier1981

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    Good quality rare video I recorded from from Top Of The Pops in 1981. Live in the Studio. Adam and the Ants were a British rock band active during the late 1970s and early 1980s. They were one of the bands at the time that marked the transition from the 1970s punk rock era to the New Wave/post-punk era. Prior to the Ants, Adam Ant (born Stuart Leslie Goddard) played bass in pub rock group Bazooka Joe, now primarily known as the band that headlined when the Pistols played their first concert on 6 November 1975 at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. After witnessing this, Adam immediately quit the band with the intention of forming his own, inspired by the Pistols.
    Tentatively called the B-sides, they practised regularly over the following months, but, lacking a drummer, never managed to play a gig. Meanwhile, Adam Ant had befriended some influential figures in the burgeoning London punk scene, most notably Jordan, who worked in Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood's boutique shop. The Ants eventually formed in early 1977 consisting of Lester Square (guitar), Andy Warren (bass guitar) and Paul Flannagan (Drums). Lester Square left to finish Art school and to later form The Monochrome Set just days after the Ants played their first gig on 5 May 1977, at a bedroom in Muswell Hill. Mark Ryan replaced him on guitar and played the first formal gigs (starting with a performance at the ICA in London on 10 May 1977). In early June, Flanagan was replaced with Dave Barbe and the resulting line-up recorded Plastic Surgery (along with seven other unreleased demos later dubbed the Jubilee Demos by bootleggers) and featured in the film Jubilee as the band of Adam's character Kid, until Ryan was replaced by Johnny Bivouac in October 1977. In November 1981, Adam & the Ants released Prince Charming. The band had two United Kingdom No.1 singles. Stand and Deliver was the No.1 single in the UK for 5 weeks in May 1981, followed by Prince Charming, which topped the UK charts, for 4 weeks in September 1981. Ant Rap reached No.3 in January 1982.
    There would be a further round of cash-in reissues of early material in early 1982 when the two Jubilee soundtrack songs were reissued in February as a 7 inch single with Deutscher Girls as the A Side, reaching No.13 on the UK singles chart (giving the original Ants band a second posthumous Top 15 hit) while The Antmusic EP an EP of three unused tracks from the Dirk sessions, was released by Do It in March, reaching No.46. In 2000, Antbox a retrospective box set spanning Ant's career from the late 1970s through the 1990s, was released. The box set included 66 tracks on three CDs, and quickly sold the initial 10,000 units. In 2003 the Antbox set was re-released in a different form (with the same tracks) and sold once again with success.
    2004 saw the digitally remastered re-release of the albums Dirk Wears White Sox, Kings of the Wild Frontier, and Prince Charming, with bonus material in the form of previously unreleased demo songs. These were overseen by Marco Pirroni, and Kings of the Wild Frontier and Prince Charming were remastered by Chris Hughes (a.k.a Merrick in the band's line-up).
    On 10 September 2008, The Daily Mail give-away for Prince Charming was released with the newspaper.
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    Lady Antebellum - You Look Good

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    Billy Preston - Will It Go Round In Circles - 1972

    4:27

    Will It Go Round In Circles was written by Billy Preston and Bruce Fisher on the album Music Is My Life released October 8, 1972 on A&M Records (now part of Universal Music Group). When it was released as a single in 1973 it reached #1 for two weeks on the Billboard Hot 100. Billy was a very talented pianist and organist beginning at a very early age. You can read about him here: Since I added Little Richard in the video I'll note that Billy played organ in Little Richard's band when he was 16 years old in 1962. Billy worked with many well-known artists in his career—the Beatles, Rolling Stones, and on and on.

    The lyrics are a little ironic considering the trouble Billy got himself into in later years...I've got a story, ain't got no moral, let the bad guy win every once in a while... You can add Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, and others in the video for getting in trouble. Either way the music is singularly great.

    The video is comprised of just a few of a large pool of notable performers who moved, grooved, danced, and shook on stage. Special credit goes to the piano players since they had to work with that; Elton John was able to fly his platform shoes off the piano with his hands on the keys; Jerry Lee Lewis a.k.a The Killer seemed like he was on copious amounts of speed; Little Richard was just weird all around—he should have been called Little Big Ego Richard, but he sure could play the piano and I consider him to be the first true rock 'n roller in the early 1950s. The performers are in order:

    Elvis, James Brown, Adam Ant, Pete Townsend of The Who, Chuck Berry, Elton John, David Lee Roth of Van Halen, Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones, Tina Turner and her Ikettes, The Spinners, Madonna, Little Richard, Peter Wolf of the J. Geils Band, Michael Jackson, Salt-n-Pepa, Freddie Mercury of Queen, Jerry Lee Lewis, MC Hammer.


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    Daddy O & The Ant Man - Jam on bass

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    Produced by the Hot Productions team Davis/Stone/Klein aka D.S.K. aka the Fly Boys
    Time-X records 1988

    Here is the story of the Fly Boys

    Stone moved to Florida in late 1947 after giving up his job with the bahari brothers out West. He did some indie dist stuff, then joined King Records (as Deluxe Records), had a hand in James Brown's signing to the label, and even recording a couple rare Ray Charles sides before he signed with Atlantic.

    Stone discovered Steve Alaimo and the Redcoats. After Alaimo gave up his career, they together began Alston Records (ALaimo + STONe). Alston absorbed the tiny Deep City Records, which was Willie Clarke's. He had Clarence Reid, betty Wright, etc.

    Alston shifted to TK when their interns (KC + Rick Finch) started producing hits on off hours in 1973/1974. George McCrae's Rock Your Baby shot them to number 1 in 1974. KC + Finch along with the Ocean Liners became KC & THe Sunshine Band.

    A Canadian guy named Paul Klein started hanging around TK. Then TK went belly up in 1981. Stone edged out Alaimo. KC signed with Epic/CBS.

    Stone got bought out by the infamous Morris Levey (Adam's dad). Together they began Sunnyview.

    In 1986, Mo got caught for his shakedowns and left the country. Sunnyview ended.

    Stone brought in Paul Klein to form Hot Productions. They hired the trumpet player from Instant Funk, Larry Davis, to be their in house producer. Then the Hip-Hop and Bass thing exploded in Florida.

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    Adam Ants Definition of Punk

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    Alien Ant Farm - Smooth Criminal

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    Music video by Alien Ant Farm performing Smooth Criminal. (C) 2001 Geffen Records

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    Adam Ant - Jim Moray

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    'Secret' track from the album Low Culture

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    A few words from the author:

    The song is called Adam Ant alone in his padded cell. Its supposed to be along the lines of Cold Kisses by Richard Thompson - a song that sounds like its supposed to be funny from the opening line and then develops into something more sad and serious having hooked you in. Not a piss take then.

    I think the idea came from a Guardian article about songs referencing other bands, and in particular the title of the Smog song Prince alone in his studio (I've still not actually heard the song - I just liked the title). Joking around with an English equivalent I came up with my title and immediately started humming what I thought the song would sound like - it's obviously a waltz from the internal rhythm of the title, and the sequential/scalic melody made it sound like a nursery rhyme so that was in from the beginning. I did some research to get all the facts in the song right - looked up the newspaper reports and the interviews he did afterwards. I wanted to point out that whatever might happen, he was still the biggest pop star in the country for a period and you can't take that away. Using the ridicule is nothing to be scared of line was too good to be true. Then I expanded on what else could be going on - Marco and Merrick were worried when they heard the news; Gary and Terry Lee, they should have seen it coming too wrote itself. Finally, the title of the play Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell by Keith Waterhouse stuck in my head (again, I've never seen the play but I liked the title). At the time he had the breakdown Adam Ant was due to headline an 80s variety tour with Katrina and the Waves and Altered Images, so I liked the idea of the posters at each venue reading Adam Ant is unwell.

    ~Lyrics~

    Adam Ant alone in his padded cell
    All alone after a dizzy spell
    As the mist rolls down into the night
    And the desk sergeant turns out the light

    He went to Kentish town in to a public house
    And he raised his voice waving his gun about
    When the police man came to take him away
    And charged adam ant with affray

    They can't take away the wisdom he gave us
    That ridicule is nothing to be afraid of

    Adam Ant alone in his padded cell
    Casts his mind the stories that he could tell
    The things he'd seen in all his career
    As the king of the wild frontier

    And Marco and Merrick were worried when they heard the news
    Gary and Terry Lee they should've seen it coming too
    But there was nothing that they could do

    Adam Ant alone in his padded cell
    In a darkened room primrose hill
    So Adam wont be appearing today
    'Cos Adam Ant is unwell

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    Adam Ant - Apollo 9 Audio

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    Adam Ant - Apollo 9 (Francois Kervorkian Splashdown 12' Mix) (Audio)
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    Lyrics
    Ten - dress it up
    Nine - dress it up
    Eight - dress it up
    Seven - dress it up, dress it up
    Six
    Fa fa fa fa fa five (ooh!)

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she ran away
    Warned me one time, warned me twice
    Found me out and it weren't too nice.

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she ran away
    Can the chatter, bye-bye dear
    Carved me a crimson career.

    Well whoopsin-a whoopsin (dress it up)
    Jan jan jammering (dress it up, dress it up)
    Yabba-yabba-ding-ding (dress it up)
    Delta hey max nine

    We will be fine (we will be fine)
    Apollo 9 (Apollo 9)
    Even though NASA say
    Way out of line (out of line)
    We will be fine (we will be fine)
    Apollo 9 (Apollo 9)
    Even though NASA say
    Way out of line (out of line)

    Well whoopsin-a whoopsin (dress it up)
    Jan jan jammering (dress it up, dress it up)
    Yabba-yabba-ding-ding (dress it up)
    Delta hey max nine

    [break]

    Ten - dress it up
    Nine - dress it up
    Eight - dress it up
    Seven - dress it up, dress it up
    Six
    Fa fa fa fa fa five

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she flew away
    Climbed onto the nearest star
    Miss her lots, but there you are.

    Hey hey what do you say?
    had me a woman she flew away
    I don't worry, things are fine
    Way up there in Apollo 9

    Well whoopsin-a whoopsin (dress it up)
    Jan jan jammering (dress it up, dress it up)
    Yabba-yabba-ding-ding (dress it up)
    Delta hey max nine

    We will be fine (we will be fine)
    Apollo 9 (Apollo 9)
    Even though NASA say
    Way out of line (out of line)
    We will be fine (we will be fine)
    Apollo 9 (Apollo 9)
    Even though NASA say
    Way out of line (out of line)

    Well whoopsin-a whoopsin (dress it up)
    Jan jan jammering (dress it up, dress it up)
    Yabba-yabba-ding-ding (dress it up)
    Delta hey max nine

    We will be fine (we will be fine)
    Apollo 9 (Apollo 9)
    Even though NASA say
    Way out of line (out of line)
    We will be fine (we will be fine)
    Apollo 9 (Apollo 9)
    Even though NASA say
    Way out of line (out of line)

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she flew away
    Climbed onto the nearest star
    Miss her lots, but there you are.

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Choochalabendollaley
    You can run, you won't get far
    A-leyben in your capella.

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she flew away
    Climbed onto the nearest star
    Miss her lots, but there you are.

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Blast off time, I'm please to say
    Write a letter, be home soon
    Busy lassooing the moon.

    Ten
    Nine
    Eight
    Seven
    Six
    Fa fa fa fa fa five

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    Kyle Hughes on drums - sizzle 2017

    2:57

    This Young Newcastle Drummer has already made an impact in the world of music performing on the same stage as Jools Holland, Simple Minds, Scouting for Girls, Texas, Adam Ant, Ron Bumblefoot Thal (Guns N Roses) and the Jacksons. Kyle still continues to Tour all around Europe with various bands, one being the band “Aurora Dawn & The Screaming Skulls”.

    Kyle started playing drums at the ripe old age of 6 years old and performed his first gig at the age of 9 and at only age 13 he was invited to join his Dad's band We3Colonels. 3 years of playing in his Dad's band had increased Kyle's versatility incredibly and prepared for any opportunities in the future.

    Kyle is currently drumming for “Aurora Dawn & The Screaming Skulls”. Kyle is currently working on the new album with the band and their first single will be released early next year along with their new album.

    Kyle features on the tracks “Feeding Frenzy”, ‘Burn it to the ground”, “Play the fool” and “Famous Last Words (Part 1)” on the album “This Isn’t Wonderland” by the band Twister. Kyle also does session work and has already performed on other albums for various artists all over the world.

    Twister have supported the likes of Jools Holland, The Jacksons, Texas, Simple Minds, Scouting for Girls and recently have just supported and performed with the incredible and well respected Ron Bumblefoot Thal from Guns N roses. Kyle when supporting Jools Holland at 16 had met the Drummer Gilson Lavis beforehand and still till this day remains a huge highlight of his career. Kyle now 17 has managed to impress the likes of Ron Thal, Aurora Dawn from the band Alabama 3 due to him recently performing with him recently live at the 02 Academy in Newcastle without any rehearsals!

    Check out his website at kylehughesdrummer.co.uk

    (Features some footage from his YouTube channel.)

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    Adam Ant - Apollo 9

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    Lyrics
    Lyrics
    Ten - dress it up
    Nine - dress it up
    Eight - dress it up
    Seven - dress it up, dress it up
    Six
    Fa fa fa fa fa five

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she ran away
    Warned me one time, warned me twice
    Found me out and it werent too nice.

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she ran away
    Can the chatter, bye-bye dear
    Carved me a crimson career.

    Well whoopsin-a whoopsin (dress it up)
    Jan jan jammering (dress it up, dress it up)
    Yabba-yabba-ding-ding (dress it up)
    Delta hey max nine

    We will be fine apollo 9
    Even though nasa say
    Way out of line
    Out of line

    10 - dress it up
    9 - dress it up etc....

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she flew away
    Climbed onto the nearest star
    Miss her lots, but there you are.

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she flew away
    I dont worry, things are fine
    Way up there in apollo 9

    Well whoopsin-a whoopsin (dress it up)...etc.

    We will be fine apollo 9 etc....

    Well whoopsin-a whoopsin (dress it up)...etc.

    We will be fine apollo 9 etc....

    Repeat verse 3
    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she flew away
    Climbed onto the nearest star
    Miss her lots, but there you are.

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Choochalaben dollaley
    You can run, you wont get far
    A-leyber in your capella.

    Repeat verse 3
    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she flew away
    Climbed onto the nearest star
    Miss her lots, but there you are.

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Blast off time, Im please to say
    Write a letter, be home soon
    Busy lassooing the moon.

    10 - 9 - etc.

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    Adam Ant - Kings of the Wild Frontier - Glasgow!

    4:40

    Another classic song from Sunday night at the ABC.

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    CANT STOP THE FEELING! First Listen

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    Big Sean - Moves

    2:27

    I DECIDED. Available Now

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    Video Producers: Austin Barbera & Taylor Vandegrift
    DP: Frank Mobilio
    Editor: JR Strickland
    VFX: Skulley FX
    Production Company: Cineaste Films

    Song Produced by: Fuse of 808 Mafia

    Music video by Big Sean performing Moves. (C) 2017 Getting Out Our Dreams, Inc./Def Jam Recordings, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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    Little Mix - Touch

    3:38

    Little Mix's official music video for Touch.

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    legend 6

    4:00

    adam ant the king of new wave
    was in the group adam and the ants and then started a successful solo career

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    Adam Ant - Goody Two Shoes, Silverstone 2015

    1:15

    Description

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    Adam Ant - Apollo 9 Accapella Reprise

    1:32


    Lyrics
    Ten - dress it up
    Nine - dress it up
    Eight - dress it up
    Seven - dress it up, dress it up
    Six
    Fa fa fa fa fa five

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she ran away
    Warned me one time, warned me twice
    Found me out and it werent too nice.

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she ran away
    Can the chatter, bye-bye dear
    Carved me a crimson career.

    Well whoopsin-a whoopsin (dress it up)
    Jan jan jammering (dress it up, dress it up)
    Yabba-yabba-ding-ding (dress it up)
    Delta hey max nine

    We will be fine apollo 9
    Even though nasa say
    Way out of line
    Out of line

    10 - dress it up
    9 - dress it up etc....

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she flew away
    Climbed onto the nearest star
    Miss her lots, but there you are.

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she flew away
    I dont worry, things are fine
    Way up there in apollo 9

    Well whoopsin-a whoopsin (dress it up)...etc.

    We will be fine apollo 9 etc....

    Well whoopsin-a whoopsin (dress it up)...etc.

    We will be fine apollo 9 etc....

    Repeat verse 3
    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she flew away
    Climbed onto the nearest star
    Miss her lots, but there you are.

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Choochalaben dollaley
    You can run, you wont get far
    A-leyber in your capella.

    Repeat verse 3
    Hey hey what do you say?
    Had me a woman she flew away
    Climbed onto the nearest star
    Miss her lots, but there you are.

    Hey hey what do you say?
    Blast off time, Im please to say
    Write a letter, be home soon
    Busy lassooing the moon.

    10 - 9 - etc.

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    ADAM ANT COOL ZOMBIE EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW COMEBACK SINGLE

    1:31

    This is Adam Ants first single release in 17 yrs, look out for his forth coming album. Both available on itunes. Tune into Scotty Silver on Powerfmradio and Ukawayfm for more news or go to Mojitos Productions or Scotty Silver on Facebook

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    Adam Ant Bullshit Exclusive new track 2013 from Adams latest album

    3:24

    This is a track taken from Adams new album and with it´s classic 80´s sound which almost sounds like Stand and Deliver in places, this could be a hit single. Buy the album, Go to the Concerts and see for yourself why Adam Ant has been welcomed back with open arms, Tune into Scotty Silver on Power fm Radio for news and reviews. Please like if you do, all comments welcome

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    Adam & The Ants ~ Ant Invasion 1981

    3:05

    Adam & The Ants ~ Ant Invasion
    Old Grey Whistle Test 1981

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    A$AP Mob - Yamborghini High ft. Juicy J

    5:13

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    Nine Inch Nails - Broken ALBUM REVIEW

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    Nine Inch Nails frontman and brainchild, Trent Reznor, was very focused on the angst and the anger early on in his career, but not without communicating it to a very catchy extent on his first few releases. While his magnum opus entitled The Downward spiral was released just a short while after this Broken EP was released, the EP's contribution is clear in his discography. While quite the jump in genres, there's certainly a stylistic consistency within this early body of work that Trent had going for him.

    1. Pinion
    2. Wish
    3. Last
    4. Help Me I Am in Hell
    5. Happiness in Slavery
    6. Gave Up
    7. Physical (You're So) [Adam Ant cover]
    8. Suck [Pigface cover]

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    ADAM ANT - Physical - 2010 Monster Raving Loony Party Conference

    5:00

    Physical (You're So) from Adam Ant at the Official Monster Raving Loony Party Conference 2010 at The Links Hotel, Fleet, Hampshire, September 25th 2010.

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    M.C. for the event: Alan Howling Laud Hope.

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    The Weeknd - Party Monster

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    Party Monster (Official Video)
    Taken from the album Starboy


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    Directed by BRTHR
    Produced by Sara Greco & Jamee Ranta
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    Music video by The Weeknd performing Party Monster. © 2017 The Weeknd XO, Inc., Manufactured and Marketed by Republic Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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    EVERYTIME YOU GO AWAY - PAUL YOUNG -

    5:35

    PAUL YOUNG (Luton, 17 de janeiro de 1956) é um cantor inglês.

    Biography

    Paul Young was born in Luton, Bedfordshire, England. He has an older brother, Mark Young, and a younger sister, Joanne Young.[1] As a youth, after school, he played football for the Vauxhall Motors factory and in his spare time played in several bands as a bass guitarist. The first group for which he became lead singer was Kat Kool & The Kool Kats. In the late 1970s he joined Streetband, who had one Top 20 hit in the UK, with the humorous, novelty track Toast. The single peaked at No. 18 in November 1978. In December 1979 the Streetband broke up and Young formed the Q-Tips, who established their name by playing live but had no hits in the UK, although their single Letter Song did enjoy minor success in mainland Europe. The Q-Tips disbanded in 1982, and Young was signed by CBS Records as a solo performer. By way of tying up some loose contractual ends, Paul Young embarked on the 'Last Chance To See The Best Live Band In The World Tour' throughout March and April of '82. Though initially billed as Q-Tips, only keyboardist Ian Kewley accompanied Young, and without the surging brass section of Q-Tips, the band had an entirely different dynamic. The Rewind label issued a live set of Q-Tips during this period, 'Live At Last', and a decade later the band's much vaunted BBC sessions were officially released. The famed Q-Tips brass section toured with Adam Ant during his 'Friend Or Foe' tour, but aside from a brief 1993 reunion with Paul Young, the Q-Tips brand (of the band variety) came to an end. Paul Young's new backing band 'The Royal Family' included keyboardist Kewley, fretless bass player extraordinaire Pino Palladino, guitarist Steve Bolton, drummer Mike Pinder, and backing singers Maz Roberts and Kim Leslie AKA 'The Fabulous Wealthy Tarts'. Helped by the driving sound of Pino Palladino's fretless bass in his backing band, his first two singles, Iron Out the Rough Spots and a cover of Love of the Common People had no success, but the third, a cover of the Marvin Gaye classic Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home) reached No. 1 in the UK singles chart for three weeks in the summer of 1983, the first of fourteen British Top 40 singles he had (the song was included on the soundtrack of the 1992 British comedy film Peter's Friends). Young's style at the time was a warm, approachable white soul, though he sometimes received playful criticism for his fashion decisions. However, his choice of an Antony Price leather suit for the cover of No Parlez proved to be impractical for the concert stage, where his energetic shows dictated more robust clothing. The year 1984 was a difficult one for Young, as his first heavy promotional and live concert tour of America strained his vocal cords severely, to the extent that he was completely unable to sing at all for most of the year.[citation needed] He recovered sufficiently to provide a famous lead performance on the opening and closing lines to the Band Aid single Do They Know It's Christmas? He returned to the U.K. Top Ten with a version of Ann Peebles' I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down. The latter appeared on his second album ' The Secret of Associationreleased in 1985, which secured his future success in the United States, Japan and Australia. The album was a No. 1 success in the UK. However, he continued to have occasional voice and throat difficulties. That year, Young scored the biggest worldwide hit of his career with Everytime You Go Away a version of Daryl Hall's song from a Hall & Oates album track from 1980. Every Time You Go Away topped the pop charts in both the U.K. and U.S., ending up as far and away his biggest success in the U.S. The song reached #1 on the U.S. pop charts, and he performed it during the London segment of the Live Aid concert.

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    Mac Miller - Dang!

    4:43

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    Headhunterz & KSHMR - Dharma

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    Headhunterz & KSHMR - Dharma is OUT NOW! Listen / download at your favorite service:

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    Get ready for a colorful melody, exotic instruments interlaced with sharp synth stabs and alluring chants. Headhunterz & KSHMR’s new gem Dharma will make sure to heat up the place. Get ready for a journey of a lifetime.

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    Director & Creator: Anton van der Linden
    Production: Akkofilm
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    One More Try - Alessandro Cipriano

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    Release Date: October 12th 2015
    Label: Dischromedia Ltd. UK


    ©Copyright 2015 by Goldbridge Entertainment, Toby Chapman, Grant Black-registered @ ppluk.com (UK)


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    One More Try - written especially for Alessandro Cipriano

    Idea: Alessandro Cipriano

    Lyrics: Grant Black

    Music: Toby Chapman

    Style: Big orchestral sound, movie theme, romantic ballad.

    Photo shooting: by Oliver Rust (Visione) oliverrust.fr

    Art work/Cover & Brochures: shegrafic.ch



    Lyrics by Grant Black | London-United Kingdom

    Grant was born into song. He is the son of legendary Oscar winning lyricist Don Black O.B.E and started his career as a manager representing acts including Adam Ant, Strictly Rhythm Records, Trevor Horn, Amanda Ghost and many more.

    Grant is an international multi platinum award winning song writer and has had inhabited the charts continually somewhere in the world for the last 3 years!

    His songs have been recorded by diverse artists including Run DMC, Sarah Brightman, Craig David, JLS, Olly Murs, Katie Melua, Liberty X, Holly Vallance, Corrine Bailey Rae, Heather Small, Alicia Keys and is currently writing for the hit TV show The Voice of America.

    Grant has written and composed a new musical called Rehab which will go into production in London 2013.




    Music by Toby Chapman | London-United Kingdom

    The music will be Produced, arranged, mixed and recorded by the well know London producer Toby Chapman. Toby just joined the tour of the legendary singer Tom Jones.

    Toby Chapman is a Producer, Writer, Keyboard player, Guitarist, Programmer and Singer. Toby has extensive experience in the music industry as a session player, producer and writer. He has worked for major labels on new and established artists as well as working one-on-one for independent up and coming artists.

    He has been working recently with such names as Tom Jones on his Autumn 2009 Europe / UK tour and 2010 world tour, Westlife, on their 2008 world tour, Il Divo as assistant musical director on their last two world tours as well as Girls Aloud, Blue, Emma Bunton and Kelly Clarkson. Previous to this he has worked with established names such as, Kylie Minogue, Rod Stewart, Paul Carrack, Mick Jagger, Cher, Tina Turner, Spandau Ballet and Paul Weller on various projects. He has just completed a World Tour
    working with Spandau Ballet (keyboards and singing)

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    One More Try - Official Promotion Video - Alessandro Cipriano

    3:10

    Release Date: October 12th 2015
    Label: Dischromedia Ltd. UK

    ©Copyright 2015 by Goldbridge Entertainment, Toby Chapman, Grant Black-registered @ ppluk.com (UK)


    Official Promotion Video, 3 Minute!:

    Buy at:

    One More Try - written especially for Alessandro Cipriano

    Idea: Alessandro Cipriano

    Lyrics: Grant Black

    Music: Toby Chapman

    Style: Big orchestral sound, movie theme, romantic ballad.

    Photo shooting: by Oliver Rust (Visione) oliverrust.fr

    Art work/Cover & Brochures: shegrafic.ch



    Lyrics by Grant Black | London-United Kingdom

    Grant was born into song. He is the son of legendary Oscar winning lyricist Don Black O.B.E and started his career as a manager representing acts including Adam Ant, Strictly Rhythm Records, Trevor Horn, Amanda Ghost and many more.

    Grant is an international multi platinum award winning song writer and has had inhabited the charts continually somewhere in the world for the last 3 years!

    His songs have been recorded by diverse artists including Run DMC, Sarah Brightman, Craig David, JLS, Olly Murs, Katie Melua, Liberty X, Holly Vallance, Corrine Bailey Rae, Heather Small, Alicia Keys and is currently writing for the hit TV show The Voice of America.

    Grant has written and composed a new musical called Rehab which will go into production in London 2013.




    Music by Toby Chapman | London-United Kingdom

    The music will be Produced, arranged, mixed and recorded by the well know London producer Toby Chapman. Toby just joined the tour of the legendary singer Tom Jones.

    Toby Chapman is a Producer, Writer, Keyboard player, Guitarist, Programmer and Singer. Toby has extensive experience in the music industry as a session player, producer and writer. He has worked for major labels on new and established artists as well as working one-on-one for independent up and coming artists.

    He has been working recently with such names as Tom Jones on his Autumn 2009 Europe / UK tour and 2010 world tour, Westlife, on their 2008 world tour, Il Divo as assistant musical director on their last two world tours as well as Girls Aloud, Blue, Emma Bunton and Kelly Clarkson. Previous to this he has worked with established names such as, Kylie Minogue, Rod Stewart, Paul Carrack, Mick Jagger, Cher, Tina Turner, Spandau Ballet and Paul Weller on various projects. He has just completed a World Tour
    working with Spandau Ballet (keyboards and singing)

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    Liberty Lies - Are You Listening? Official Lyric Video

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    - Liberty Lies - Are You Listening? - Like this video? Come see thousands more at the Net's largest, uncensored, completely d.i.y. music video site, KrankTV.com! We've got News, Games, Contests and the stuff that we can't show on YouTube!

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    Artist city, country: The Black Country, England, UK

    Artist Biography: Liberty Lies are a five piece formed in 2008 from a small town called Wednesbury in the Black Country, West Midlands.

    Aged 16, the band found themselves purchasing a PA system and performing covers in pubs in order to fund their original material, which they slowly introduced to their sets.

    By 2009, Liberty Lies had notched up a number of support slots with the likes of GUN, Skin, Towers of London before landing a UK tour with rock veterans Magnum.

    2010 bought their debut EP release, New Addiction. The EP showcased the bands early influences, from the likes of Black Stone Cherry, Alter Bridge and Shinedown.

    Not long after this, LL had a change in line up, which brought about a much more alternative, modern sound which later became their debut album Reflections, produced by Romesh Dodangoda.

    2012 was a landmark year for the band as they embarked on their first European tour, supporting Shinedown and Halestorm in Germany, Holland and the UK.

    Liberty Lies found themselves being able to headline small shows around the country for the first time in their career. Nationwide UK runs with other unsigned bands helped the band create their follow up EP, Fracture. They were also voted as finalists of Red Bull’s unsigned band competition which almost see them win a place at Download Festival.

    Once again, the band returned to Cardiff to record the EP with Romesh.

    In recent years, the band have signed with TKO Booking Agency and toured with the likes of Max Raptor, Heaven’s Basement, Santa Cruz, Empire, Press to Meco and had one off shows with Alien Ant Farm and Skillet amongst nationwide festivals.

    2016 will see Liberty Lies release their latest single Are You Listening? and do their most extensive UK tour with SOiL, Saliva and Sons of Texas amongst summer festival appearances.

    Director Name: Adam Stevens

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    Song Lyrics: Life it let me down
    My choices were never chosen
    And my answers never found
    But…

    Maybe small talk doesn’t stand a chance
    Looking back becomes your normal stance

    When you become
    A voice without a reason
    A mind that’s still believing
    Are You Listening?
    Do You Listen?
    Are You Listening?

    Questions
    Keep me going
    Trying to find acceptance
    In the fear of never knowing
    But…

    Maybe small talk doesn’t stand a chance
    Looking back becomes your normal stance

    When you become
    A voice without a reason
    A mind that’s still believing
    Are You Listening?
    Do You Listen?
    Are You Listening?

    Are You Listening?
    Are You Listening?
    Are You Listening?
    Are You Listening?

    When you become
    A voice without a reason
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    Deborah Harry Blondie at Irving Plaza, N.Y. 1994 Part 22

    2:33

    Deborah Harry Blondie at Irving Plaza, N.Y. 1994 Part 22
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    Deborah Harry was born in 1945 in Miami, Florida. She was adopted at three months of age and raised by the Harry family in Hawthorne, New Jersey. In the 1960s she worked as a Playboy Bunny and hung out at Max's Kansas City, a famous Warhol-inhabited nightspot. Her professional singing career started in 1968 with a folk band called Wind In The Willows. She sang backup on their first (and only) album. In 1973 she met Chris Stein, who became her long-time boyfriend. They created Blondie in 1974 after they both were in the Stilletoes, a theatrical girl group band. Blondie struggled for a few years, then went on to be one of the most successful bands of the late 1970s and early 1980s, but the group broke up in 1983. Harry has released five solo albums, acted in several movies and television shows and a few commercials (Gloria Vanderbilt Jeans, Sara Lee, Revlon). She's done many benefit shows in support of AIDS charities, a Broadway show (Teaneck Tanzi), poetry readings, and been one of the most notorious characters in the New York downtown scene. As of 1995 she was doing shows in the US and Europe with the Jazz Passengers and Elvis Costello, filming two new movies (Heavy (1995) with Liv Tyler and Evan Dando and Drop Dead Rock (1996) with Adam Ant) and topping the dance charts with two newly remixed Blondie singles (Rapture and Atomic). Several Blondie tribute albums have been released and a Blondie remix album titled Remixed, Remade, Remodeled came out in 1995

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    Deborah Harry Blondie at Irving Plaza, N.Y. 1994 Part 20

    3:44

    Deborah Harry Blondie at Irving Plaza, N.Y. 1994 Part 20
    --------------------------------------------------
    Deborah Harry was born in 1945 in Miami, Florida. She was adopted at three months of age and raised by the Harry family in Hawthorne, New Jersey. In the 1960s she worked as a Playboy Bunny and hung out at Max's Kansas City, a famous Warhol-inhabited nightspot. Her professional singing career started in 1968 with a folk band called Wind In The Willows. She sang backup on their first (and only) album. In 1973 she met Chris Stein, who became her long-time boyfriend. They created Blondie in 1974 after they both were in the Stilletoes, a theatrical girl group band. Blondie struggled for a few years, then went on to be one of the most successful bands of the late 1970s and early 1980s, but the group broke up in 1983. Harry has released five solo albums, acted in several movies and television shows and a few commercials (Gloria Vanderbilt Jeans, Sara Lee, Revlon). She's done many benefit shows in support of AIDS charities, a Broadway show (Teaneck Tanzi), poetry readings, and been one of the most notorious characters in the New York downtown scene. As of 1995 she was doing shows in the US and Europe with the Jazz Passengers and Elvis Costello, filming two new movies (Heavy (1995) with Liv Tyler and Evan Dando and Drop Dead Rock (1996) with Adam Ant) and topping the dance charts with two newly remixed Blondie singles (Rapture and Atomic). Several Blondie tribute albums have been released and a Blondie remix album titled Remixed, Remade, Remodeled came out in 1995

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    Deborah Harry Blondie at Irving Plaza, N.Y. 1994 Part 21

    3:06

    Deborah Harry Blondie at Irving Plaza, N.Y. 1994 Part 21
    --------------------------------------------------
    Deborah Harry was born in 1945 in Miami, Florida. She was adopted at three months of age and raised by the Harry family in Hawthorne, New Jersey. In the 1960s she worked as a Playboy Bunny and hung out at Max's Kansas City, a famous Warhol-inhabited nightspot. Her professional singing career started in 1968 with a folk band called Wind In The Willows. She sang backup on their first (and only) album. In 1973 she met Chris Stein, who became her long-time boyfriend. They created Blondie in 1974 after they both were in the Stilletoes, a theatrical girl group band. Blondie struggled for a few years, then went on to be one of the most successful bands of the late 1970s and early 1980s, but the group broke up in 1983. Harry has released five solo albums, acted in several movies and television shows and a few commercials (Gloria Vanderbilt Jeans, Sara Lee, Revlon). She's done many benefit shows in support of AIDS charities, a Broadway show (Teaneck Tanzi), poetry readings, and been one of the most notorious characters in the New York downtown scene. As of 1995 she was doing shows in the US and Europe with the Jazz Passengers and Elvis Costello, filming two new movies (Heavy (1995) with Liv Tyler and Evan Dando and Drop Dead Rock (1996) with Adam Ant) and topping the dance charts with two newly remixed Blondie singles (Rapture and Atomic). Several Blondie tribute albums have been released and a Blondie remix album titled Remixed, Remade, Remodeled came out in 1995

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    Deborah Harry Blondie at Irving Plaza, N.Y. 1994 Part 14

    3:58

    Deborah Harry Blondie at Irving Plaza, N.Y. 1994 Part 14
    --------------------------------------------------
    Deborah Harry was born in 1945 in Miami, Florida. She was adopted at three months of age and raised by the Harry family in Hawthorne, New Jersey. In the 1960s she worked as a Playboy Bunny and hung out at Max's Kansas City, a famous Warhol-inhabited nightspot. Her professional singing career started in 1968 with a folk band called Wind In The Willows. She sang backup on their first (and only) album. In 1973 she met Chris Stein, who became her long-time boyfriend. They created Blondie in 1974 after they both were in the Stilletoes, a theatrical girl group band. Blondie struggled for a few years, then went on to be one of the most successful bands of the late 1970s and early 1980s, but the group broke up in 1983. Harry has released five solo albums, acted in several movies and television shows and a few commercials (Gloria Vanderbilt Jeans, Sara Lee, Revlon). She's done many benefit shows in support of AIDS charities, a Broadway show (Teaneck Tanzi), poetry readings, and been one of the most notorious characters in the New York downtown scene. As of 1995 she was doing shows in the US and Europe with the Jazz Passengers and Elvis Costello, filming two new movies (Heavy (1995) with Liv Tyler and Evan Dando and Drop Dead Rock (1996) with Adam Ant) and topping the dance charts with two newly remixed Blondie singles (Rapture and Atomic). Several Blondie tribute albums have been released and a Blondie remix album titled Remixed, Remade, Remodeled came out in 1995

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    Deborah Harry Blondie at Irving Plaza, N.Y. 1994 Part 17

    4:05

    Deborah Harry Blondie at Irving Plaza, N.Y. 1994 Part 17
    --------------------------------------------------
    Deborah Harry was born in 1945 in Miami, Florida. She was adopted at three months of age and raised by the Harry family in Hawthorne, New Jersey. In the 1960s she worked as a Playboy Bunny and hung out at Max's Kansas City, a famous Warhol-inhabited nightspot. Her professional singing career started in 1968 with a folk band called Wind In The Willows. She sang backup on their first (and only) album. In 1973 she met Chris Stein, who became her long-time boyfriend. They created Blondie in 1974 after they both were in the Stilletoes, a theatrical girl group band. Blondie struggled for a few years, then went on to be one of the most successful bands of the late 1970s and early 1980s, but the group broke up in 1983. Harry has released five solo albums, acted in several movies and television shows and a few commercials (Gloria Vanderbilt Jeans, Sara Lee, Revlon). She's done many benefit shows in support of AIDS charities, a Broadway show (Teaneck Tanzi), poetry readings, and been one of the most notorious characters in the New York downtown scene. As of 1995 she was doing shows in the US and Europe with the Jazz Passengers and Elvis Costello, filming two new movies (Heavy (1995) with Liv Tyler and Evan Dando and Drop Dead Rock (1996) with Adam Ant) and topping the dance charts with two newly remixed Blondie singles (Rapture and Atomic). Several Blondie tribute albums have been released and a Blondie remix album titled Remixed, Remade, Remodeled came out in 1995

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    Deborah Harry Blondie at Irving Plaza, N.Y. 1994 Part 18

    2:56

    Deborah Harry Blondie at Irving Plaza, N.Y. 1994 Part 18
    --------------------------------------------------
    Deborah Harry was born in 1945 in Miami, Florida. She was adopted at three months of age and raised by the Harry family in Hawthorne, New Jersey. In the 1960s she worked as a Playboy Bunny and hung out at Max's Kansas City, a famous Warhol-inhabited nightspot. Her professional singing career started in 1968 with a folk band called Wind In The Willows. She sang backup on their first (and only) album. In 1973 she met Chris Stein, who became her long-time boyfriend. They created Blondie in 1974 after they both were in the Stilletoes, a theatrical girl group band. Blondie struggled for a few years, then went on to be one of the most successful bands of the late 1970s and early 1980s, but the group broke up in 1983. Harry has released five solo albums, acted in several movies and television shows and a few commercials (Gloria Vanderbilt Jeans, Sara Lee, Revlon). She's done many benefit shows in support of AIDS charities, a Broadway show (Teaneck Tanzi), poetry readings, and been one of the most notorious characters in the New York downtown scene. As of 1995 she was doing shows in the US and Europe with the Jazz Passengers and Elvis Costello, filming two new movies (Heavy (1995) with Liv Tyler and Evan Dando and Drop Dead Rock (1996) with Adam Ant) and topping the dance charts with two newly remixed Blondie singles (Rapture and Atomic). Several Blondie tribute albums have been released and a Blondie remix album titled Remixed, Remade, Remodeled came out in 1995

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    Kristeen Young duet with David Bowie - Saviour

    5:24





    Work of art, force of nature, mystical misfit, songstress extraordinaire.

    Biography
    A St. Louis native of German and Apache decent, Kristeen Young was delivered into the care of adoptive parents shortly after her birth, and raised within the invigorating humidity that saturates the southern St. Louis community of Affton. The climate must have agreed with the bright young fräulein, for by the time she had attained young adulthood she was pulsating with an ominous creative energy. Once in college, Ms. Young began her study of the piano, as well as training her voice for opera; the stultifying confines of musical academia were not to be her fate, however, and in the early 1990s she directed her skills towards the local independent music community, founding the band Nov. 9th with a bassist, two guitarists and a drummer. During this time Ms. Young was still in the process of discovering her musical identity, but her powerful voice and ironic bent already loomed large over the band, as is documented on their sole release Waiting Like Witch Doctors (1992).

    By 1994 Ms. Young had moved on from Nov. 9th and put together WaterWorks, scaling down her accompaniment to just one guitarist and a drummer (although with some embellishment from guest performers). The music of this second ensemble harkened more towards the sound that was ultimately perfected in her later work, and their eponymous 1994 release showed the young singer moving along a trajectory farther away from conventional rock music and towards her own idiosyncratic style. The promise of this direction was finally realized later in the decade when Ms. Young launched her solo career in collaboration with drummer Jeff White -- a development announced to the world (and for once not just the parts of it around St. Louis) through the album Meet Miss Young And Her All Boy Band (1997). The record became a strong favorite on college radio playlists, its collection of songs frequently lurking in regions of unresolved personal trauma and emotinal unease, although sometimes expressed within a deceptively upbeat musical context; inevitably, comparisons were drawn between Ms. Young and various other female vocalist/pianists, but all of these comparisons failed to account for this sinister intensity bristling at the heart of her music.

    After her self-released second album Enemy in 1999, Ms. Young and drummer White relocated to Lancaster, Pennsylvania, where, joined by bassist Brian Ion, they continued their rigorous East Coast performance schedule. By 2001 she had made a move to the state of New York, somehow managing to take up residence in Manhattan the following year. Using homemade costumes and props to deliver a wry commentary on American consumer culture (an approach displayed on her first album, the cover of which depicts her wearing a dress constructed out of plastic Wonder Bread bags) in combination with an intense delivery of her songs, Ms. Young slowly built a strong regional following, but the location of her music outside of corporate music trends and the incestuous nature of mainstream rock radio continued to hinder a wider-spread exposure. This began to change when her fan base grew to include Tony Visconti, a producer whose resumé extended back to the 1970s and included work with artists such as David Bowie, T-Rex, The Moody Blues and Adam Ant. With Visconti at the helm, Ms. Young began recording a new collection of songs that emerged in 2003 as Breasticles; yet, despite the strength of the material (and the added benefits of a stunning package realized by NYC designer Howard Forbes, a duet with Bowie on the track Saviour, and a previous appearance on Bowie's 2002 effort Heathen), the obscure Portugual-based release of the record and a lack of proper distribution prevented a national breakthrough.

    Over the next two years, Ms. Young's touring grounds extended to include the UK and Europe (although unfortunately still lacking most of the western half of the States). She continued her collaboration with Visconti (and resumed her collaboration with drummer Jeff White) in 2004, releasing her fourth solo album X, a collection of songs exploring the positive aspects of contravening each of the ten commandments. In addition to the input of Visconti (who both produced and added bass and guitar performances) and White, the album's first track also featured the vocals of Placebo vocalist Molko.

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    RedOne - Dont You Need Somebody Friends of RedOnes Version

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    Don't You Need Somebody by RedOne. Song Features Enrique Iglesias, R. City, Serayah & Shaggy

    Download this song here:

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    Akon
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    Jean-Claude Van Damme
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    Momo
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    R City
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    Monopoly 2015 UNDERCURRENT 10th Anniversary

    3:26

    On 18th November 2005, indie-rock trio Undercurrent played its first gig - a lunchtime Children In Need fundraiser in the main hall at Poole Grammar School.

    Ant Henson, Adam Scholey and Paul Pietrangelo - later joined by drummer James Mosley and bassist Mark Ford - went on to enjoy a two-year career, playing several live shows along the south coast, and recording, self-producing and releasing two full-length EPs as well as a live album recorded in front of a sell-out London crowd in Leicester Square!

    To celebrate the band's 10th Anniversary, their inaugural anthem Monopoly (written and recorded to introduce their class assembly on the subject of capitalism!) has been re-imagined by former UC front-man Adam and guitarist brother Dale ('Voice Of Reason', '...And The Magical 8-Ball Band', '-Aspire-') under the moniker 'Sounds Like Adam'.

    ** Download the Anniversary track now for FREE **


    Includes the 2 original versions of Monopoly recorded and released by the band at the time, as well as an unreleased reworking with alternative lyrics!

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    Vocals, bass, drums, recording, production, mixing and mastering by Adam Scholey.

    Guitars by Dale Scholey.

    Undercurrent were:
    Ant Henson - vocals / lead guitar
    Adam Scholey - vocals / rhythm guitar
    James Mosley - drums
    Paul Pietrangelo / Mark Ford - bass

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