Rubin Steiner - Weird Hits, Two Covers & A Love Song FLAC album
Track list 1. Headline News 2. Bedrock Anthem 3. You Don't Love Me Anymore 4. Smells Like Nirvana 5. Achy Breaky Song 6. UHF 7. Money for Nothing, Beverly.
The song 'Come Back To Me' by Rubin Steiner has a tempo of 130 beats per minute (BPM) on 'We Are the Future'. This song is played at 130 Beats Per Minute (Allegro), or 33 Measures/Bars Per Minute. Time Signature: 4/4. Use the Metronome below to practice at this tempo. Video Come Back to Me. We Are the Future. Weird Hits, Two Covers & A Love Song. Lo-Fi Nu Jazz, Volume 2. The Popunderstanding. Discipline in Anarchy.
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Artist: Rubin Steiner. Album: More weird hits, 2008. Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS. Love Me Or Leave Me · Rubin Steiner. Released on: 2008-11-10.
Though 1989's Greatest Hits only covers the first half of "Weird Al" Yankovic's career, it nevertheless features nearly all of his best work, with classics such as "Eat It," "Fat," and "I Lost on Jeopardy" chief among its highlights. The collection takes a fairly even amount from each of Yankovic's early albums - Weird Al Yankovic, In 3-D, Dare to Be Stupid, Polka Party!, and Even Worse - thus gathering "Like a Surgeon," "Living With a Hernia," and "Ricky" in one place.
Rick Rubin is a producer who holds eight Grammy Awards, including Album of the year which he won with the Dixie Chicks and Adele in 2007 and 2012, respectively. He also won numerous producer of the year awards. This is a list compiling his production discography. 1981: The Pricks – The Pricks. 1984: T La Rock & Jazzy Jay – "It's Yours". 1984: LL Cool J – "I Need a Beat". 1985: Beastie Boys – Rock Hard. 1985: Run-DMC – King of Rock (mixing).
Love Song" - Sara Bareilles Hot 100 Peak: No. 4 (2008). The singer from Eureka, Calif. made her chart debut with this song. Although it didn't reach No. 1 on the Hot 100, it topped the Adult Contemporary and Adult Pop Songs charts and was the No. 1 song of the year on the annual recaps of those two lists. When this song reached the top of the Hot 100, the Supremes became the first Motown act to have two No. 1s. Just a few months earlier, they were known around Berry Gordy's company as "the no-hit Supremes," but that changed when their previous single, "Where Did Our Love Go," achieved pole position. Her first album was being mastered when Carey played a demo of this song for label president Don Ienner aboard a plane. Carey was told the song was a "career-maker" and despite her protests, the presses were stopped and the song was added to her debut release.
From Courtney Love’s loud, snarling lips, backed with grunge guitars and mostly female musicians, the song transformed into the subversive indictment of male violence it was meant to be. You realize, watching them, that Hole could have written the song. They certainly own it in that moment. Found on the band’s 1970 album Loaded, the Velvet Underground original is a stately ballad, influenced by Lou Reed’s adoration of ‘50s doo-wop and dreamy Phil Spector productions, complete with a spoken word lament/plea to a lover. Chan Marshall’s version, by contrast, is of a piece with most of the material she recorded for her 2000 Covers Record. Non-hip hop covers of hip-hop songs generally are cringeworthy, but Lissie goes for broke here, emoting hard and imploring us to tell us what we know about night terrors (nothin’). This rendition never feels gimmicky and fits right in with the rest of Lissie’s own work.
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- Artwork By – Mme Douze
- Backing Vocals – Mme Douze (tracks: 2)
- Bass – Lionel* (tracks: 2, 6, 10), Rubin Steiner, Sylvestre* (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 9 to 11)
- Drum Programming – Rubin Steiner
- Drums – Chacha* (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 6, 9, 10)
- Guitar – Lionel* (tracks: 10), Olive* (tracks: 1, 4, 5, 9), Rubin Steiner, Sylvestre* (tracks: 5)
- Mastered By – Stéphane Teynié
- Mixed By – Stéphane Teynié
- Organ – Charlie O* (tracks: 10, 11)
- Producer – Rubin Steiner
- Recorded By – Rubin Steiner, Stéphane Teynié
- Scratches – Robert Le Magnifique (tracks: 6)
- Synthesizer – Lionel* (tracks: 10), Rubin Steiner
- Voice – Mme Douze (tracks: 6), Rubin Steiner
|PL55||Rubin Steiner||Weird Hits, Two Covers & A Love Song (CD, Album, Promo, Car)||Platinum||PL55||France||2008|
|PL55LP||Rubin Steiner||Weird Hits, Two Covers & A Love Song (LP, Album)||Platinum||PL55LP||France||2008|