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Chapter9 - Come On Now / Feel Free album flac

  • Performer: Chapter9
  • Album: Come On Now / Feel Free
  • FLAC: 1294 mb | MP3: 1833 mb
  • Released: 1994
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Progressive House, House
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Chapter9 - Come On Now / Feel Free album flac

Tracklist

Other Side
Come On Now
This Side
Feel Free

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OU12S03 Chapter9* Come On Now / Feel Free ‎(12") Ouch! Records OU12S03 UK 1994
OUI2S03 Chapter 9 Come On Now / Feel Free ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl, Sta) Ouch! Records OUI2S03 UK Unknown


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Cum On Feel the Noize" is a song by the English rock band Slade, released in 1973 as a non-album single. It was written by lead vocalist Noddy Holder and bassist Jim Lea, and produced by Chas Chandler. It reached No. 1 in the UK, giving the band their fourth number one single, and remained in the charts for twelve weeks. The song would be included on the band's 1973 compilation album Sladest.

Come on Feel the Lemonheads is the sixth studio album by The Lemonheads. It was released on October 12, 1993. Although the album did not maintain the same popularity as the previous album, It's a Shame About Ray, Come on Feel the Lemonheads reached number 56 on the Billboard 200, making it the Lemonheads' highest ever chart position to date.

I feel free I feel free I feel free. I can walk down the street, there's no one there Though the pavements are one huge crowd I can drive down the road; my eyes don't see Though my mind wants to cry out loud. I, I, I, I feel free I feel free I feel free. I can walk down the street, there's no one there Though the pavements are one huge crowd I can drive down the road; my eyes don't see Though my mind wants to cry out loud Though my mind wants to cry out loud. I Feel Free was the first song on the American version of Cream’s first album, Fresh Cream, considered to be a pioneering influence on heavy metal, although the real blues power of the band didn’t come out completely until their next two albums. This song marks the debut of Eric Clapton’s famous Woman Tone – caused by Clapton turning his amp to maximum volume, boosting the treble and cutting the bass out entirely.

Chapter 9. After two years I remember the rest of that day, and that night and the next day, only as an endless drill of police and photographers and newspaper men in and out of Gatsby’s front door. A rope stretched across the main gate and a policeman by it kept out the curious, but little boys soon discovered that they could enter through my yard, and there were always a few of them clustered open-mouthed about the pool. But all this part of it seemed remote and unessential. I found myself on Gatsby’s side, and alone

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Come On Let's Go" as written by Patricia Ann Keenan, James Cargill, Richard Bancroft Stevens and Timothy Felton.