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Wake Up Call" is a song by American pop rock band Maroon 5. It was released on July 17, 2007, as the second single from their second studio album It Won't Be Soon Before Long (2007). The band performed the song on 45th at Night, which originally included a special guest Eve for the remix version, but never officially recorded. However, the band later requested artist Mary J. Blige with musician Mark Ronson to appear on the song's official remix version
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Album Name Wake Up Call. Erscheinungsdatum 2003. Labels kein bekanntes Label. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. Sorry (This Is All We've Got).
Wake-Up Call (album). Wake-Up Call is the fourteenth studio album of the Christian rock band, Petra. It was released on November 9, 1993. The album was one of the most successful for the band garnering them both a Grammy Award and a Dove Award. The album marks a dramatic shift in tone for the band. The sound is more raw, there are fewer driving rock songs, and it concludes with three consecutive ballads.
Wake Up Call also features some slightly more serious lyrics than Connolly has been prone to write before - "Rx" being a prime example. The song deals with prescription drug addiction, and Connolly is confident it's an eerily appropriate song for the times. I really wanted to discuss how messed up America is with this prescription drug thing," he explains.