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stoperithorio

02 Apr
Published in Song of 2day
Claudine Clark (born April 26, 1941) is an American R&B musician, best known as the singer and composer of the 1962 hit, "Party Lights",which reached #5 on the Billboard Hot 100.Clark was born in Macon, Georgia, but grew up in Philadelphia, began recording in 1958 for the Herald record label, then moved to New York. She had a hit with her second single for Chancellor Records, the self-penned "Party Lights," but her follow-up, "Walkin' Through a Cemetery", was a commercial failure. She continued to record and compose, including under the alias Joy Dawn for the Swan Records label.
31 Mar
Published in Propaganda
Στον βούρκο που λέγεται retro rock πολλές φορές ανακαλύπτεις ένα διαμάντι.
31 Mar
Published in Song of 2day
The Frantic Five is a garage rock 'n' roll band, formed in Thessaloniki in 1994. The band is now more active than ever, releasing exquisite vinyl and throwing blasting gigs all around!
30 Mar
Published in Song of 2day
The album was a critical success, and the band toured with Metallica shortly, playing in front of huge audiences. Even so, it wasn't until the song "Epic" was released as a single in January of 1990 that Faith No More's popularity took off in the U.S., thanks in large part to heavy rotation of the video (which even received some negative attention for a brief scene of a fish flopping around out of water) on MTV. Another successful video for "Falling To Pieces" followed. Members of mega-rockers Metallica and Guns N Roses named Faith No More among their favorite rock groups. The band received a Grammy nomination for Best Heavy Metal/Hard Rock performance. By the end of the year, "The Real Thing" had gone platinum in the U.S.
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