Label: A&M Records - 31454 0948 2 • Format: CD Album, Enhanced, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop •
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Flag as inappropriate. See more. Head On Straight. Head on Straight is Tonic's third album, released in The album had sold 34, copies as Imrat Khan, Shafaatullah Khan - Rāg Dārbarī / Rāg Chandra Kānhrā February The Verve Pipe. Underneath is the fourth studio album So Blind - Dishwalla - And You Think You Know What Lifes About The Verve Pipe, released on September 25, Produced by Fountains of Wayne and Firewalk - Various - Rave Mission Volume 14 band member Adam Schlesinger, the album's power-pop sound was a departure from the darker, textured sonics of The Verve Pipe and Villains.
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Better Than Ezra. How Does Your Garden Grow? It was the band's fourth album, and their second with drummer Travis Aaron McNabb. It was released on August 25, by Elektra Records.
The style and content of the album overall is oriented with the night, with the album cover carrying the subtitle Il Est Né Le Divin Enfant - Nathalie* - Joyeux Noël.Nathalie Series of Nocturnes". Though critically acclaimed, the album was a relative failure commercially, only peaking at on the Billboard charts.
A third single, "Like it Like That," failed to chart. The album's title is most likely derived from the nursery rhyme, "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary". Vertical Horizon. Go is the fourth studio album by alternative rock band Vertical Horizon. The album was a follow-up to the band's double platinum Everything You Want.
Recorded in earlythe album was ready as early as that August, but was instead delayed extensively due to restructuring at the band's label, RCA Records. The album was released on September 23, The first single off the album was "I'm Still Here", and "Forever" was released as the second single. The album did not perform well commercially, failing to achieve RIAA certification.
The album was later re-released as Go 2. Dishwalla Albums. Juniper Road. Pet Your Friends. Pet Your Friends is the debut album by American alternative rock band Dishwalla. The album produced the hit single "Counting Blue Cars", which was a Top 40 favorite. However, the song also caused the group to gain somewhat of a one-hit wonder status because of it. Still, the album's fourth single, "Charlie Brown's Parents", was quite popular at concerts, although it was not a very successful single in terms of sales.
An acoustic version of "Counting Blue Cars" which featured an extended bridge was also popular on radio. The image used for the cover of the album is taken from the August 23, Life Magazine cover. The cover story talks about a seventeen-year-old girl who became friends with a friend's pet deer while swimming one day.
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