This are two songs from an independent artist out of Houston, originally from the Midwest (I think Chicago). The 1st song is "Worldwide (Put Your Hands Up)",followed by "How We Do Thangz". Worldwide (Put Yo Handz Up). Исполнитель.
ZVCHO & TRON) - Single. Into the Vortex - Single.
Here We Come,here We Go (3r Anthem). Wat U Think, I Don't Know.
Tom Ameen - Love's Arrival. album: Reflections of Love. Crack in Time - Vintage Ride. album: Jam Disc 1 - Arrival. album: Portrait of Evil. Luntara - Entrenched (Am I). album: Chapter I: The Arrival. Self Taught - Strangers Inn. album: Arrival. K-Dubb - Drunken Freestyle. Sharon Ruchman - String Quartet In F Sharp Minor, Op 1. album: Arrival of Spring. Harold & The Barrels - The Colony of Slippermen (Arrival, a Visit to the Doktor, Raven). album: Omenaje a Genesis.
Worldwide (Put Yo Handz Up). Got My Mind. Related Stations & Specials. Artists Related to .
Breakin' Away is an album by Al Jarreau, released on June 30, 1981, through the Warner Bros. pop and R&B sound. The album was certified Platinum by the RIAA. Breakin' Away remains Al Jarreau's most popular album. It spent two years on the Billboard 200 and peaked at The album also hit on both the Jazz and R&B charts.
Arrival is the eleventh studio album by the American rock band Journey, released in the United States in 2001. A version with one substituted song was released in Japan in 2000. The album was the band's first full-length studio album with new lead vocalist Steve Augeri, who replaced popular frontman Steve Perry, and with Deen Castronovo, who replaced Steve Smith as the band's drummer.
Album All My Demons Greeting Me As A Friend. I was listening to the ocean I saw a face in the sand But when I picked it up Then it vanished away from my hands, down I had a dream I was seven Climbing my way in a tree I saw a piece of heaven Waiting, impatient, for me. And I was running far away Would I run off the world someday? Nobody knows, nobody knows And I was dancing in the rain I felt alive and I can't complain. But now take me home Take me home where I belong I can't take it anymore.