Def Leppard - Songs from the Sparkle Lounge (2008).
Break Out The Crazy) Я ЛЮБЛЮ ТЕБЯ МАРИНА Never Let You Go (Eurodance - v. om/id20720766) Coming Out The Cage Coming out of the Illusion Beach Drive The Thought Of Loving You Alive (Brew Ramson Remix).
Light of Love is a US-only album released by British rock band T. Rex in 1974.
Set as current obsession. The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2016.
After almost two months of hyping fans up about his third album, Ed Sheeran delivered Divide (styled ÷) on March 3 to the delight of Sheerios around the world. The 16-song LP (deluxe version, including four bonus tracks) may be the most diverse of Sheeran's discography, with the British singer-songwriter trying out new sounds and getting vulnerable in his lyrics. Most personal lyrics: "Save Myself". Divide is full of Sheeran's personal stories, indicated from the first lyric of "Castle on the Hill" ("When I was 6 years old I broke my leg"). While the specific subject of "Save Myself" isn't entirely obvious, it's a song that anyone who has ever felt down on themselves can relate to.
both records are nicely pressed. white light 100% quiet, love of life 90% quiet (some surface noise in between tracks). sound is really good, although I found no significant difference from the cd reissue cover is not glossy like the original but the picture is good quality "why are we alive" is longer and with different ending than the original version.
Drummers Anton Fier ( White Light ) and Vincent Signorelli and Ted Parson ( Love of Life ) lay into their snares with military gusto, driving the music forward in surging tattoos, and their nonstop rattle contributes to a sensation of overwhelming excess. Close your eyes, and you can practically see the sounds exploding like fireworks against the darkness of your lids. Both are from the World of Skin's 1990 album Ten Songs for Another World. That the bonus disc leaves off "God Damn the Sun", The Burning World 's heartbroken highlight, seems like a missed opportunity. In fact, at this point, a full Burning World reissue (along, perhaps, with both the band's 1988 "Love Will Tear Us Apart" covers) is long overdue, no matter how much Gira professes to regret making that album.