There's Nothing Wrong with Love is the second full-length album released by indie rock band Built to Spill. The line-up for the album was guitarist and vocalist Doug Martsch, bassist Brett Nelson, and drummer Andy Capps. There's Nothing Wrong with Love was recorded in May and June 1994, and released September 13, 1994, on the Up Records label. It was produced by Phil Ek. The songs "Car" and "Distopian Dream Girl" were released as singles.
Intro Verse 1 There is power in His name For the stone has rolled away Mountains bow down before Jesus Christ, our risen Lord Jesus Christ, our risen Lord Chorus Mighty Saviour, lifted high King forever, Jesus Christ Crowned in glory, raised to life The same power lives in us Verse 2 We will rise. riter(s): Ben Cantelon, Nick Herbert. He Is The Light – Jesus Culture. the earth are shaking There is no power that can match His grace Lift up your head Lift up your eyes to see Verse 2 All of creation is waiting and longing For sons and daughters to declare this truth Lift up your head Lift up your voice and sing Chorus He is the light Shining in the darkness He is.
Naturally, There’s Really A Wolf is written, produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by Russ himself. He’s also the only voice you hear on this album because in case you haven’t noticed, he doesn’t really do features. Russ has successfully managed to break the industry without really being a part of the industry. But what’s really hiding under that wolf’s clothing? Three Standout Songs: I’m Here. When you’ve been in the shadows for so long, there’s only one way to kickstart your debut album: by stunting on everyone who’s ever doubted you.
Stream Russ's debut album "There's Really A Wolf. Atlanta’s own Russ has gone from aspiring artist to Soundcloud sensation over the pas year or two, amassing over 400K followers & earning himself a record deal in the process. Now after numerous singles & months of anticipation, Russ’ highly anticipated debut album has finally arrived today called There’s Really A Wolf.
Mangum sings as if possessed, painfully conveying fractured and moving tales with the imagistic skill of a brilliant novelist. There's no arguing with any of that, just as there's little reason to talk about this album which so many people love. When it comes to Loveless, we understand each other so well that we nod and grunt like we're standing in front of Hank Hill's house.
In turn, Apple indicated that its operations chief Jeff Williams will spend more of his time working with its design team in their studio. Williams has long been considered a frontrunner to succeed Tim Cook as CEO of Apple, and with his expanded design-related oversight at Apple, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman believes he is "unambiguously the second-most important person at Apple" and first in line to succeed Cook when the time comes. One doesn't necessarily need a visionary as CEO of Apple as long as there's a visionary in the company that the CEO can work with," says Michael Gartenberg, a former Apple marketing executive. Tim Cook had Jony Ive.
But there’s still pageantry involved, which Saddam Hussein took seriously. To win the hearts and minds of Iraqis in 2002, Hussein boldly chose as his campaign anthem an Arabic cover of Whitney Houston’s version of I Will Always Love You (written by Dolly Parton). In fact, the name of the song came from his apartment wall, where a friend had spray-painted Kurt Smells Like Teen Spirit. But the song’s impact on the antiperspirant was undeniable. The attendant album sold more than 7 million copies and swept the Grammys.