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Hi YouTube! I made a compilation of 25 famous songs that very many people know, but not everybody knows the name of. I hope you like it! ~shotgrunt.

Album · 1962 · 12 Songs.

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Johnny Cash Sings the Songs That Made Him Famous is the second studio album by American singer-songwriter Johnny Cash. It was originally released on 13 November 1958, but later re-issued in 2003, under the label Varèse Sarabande, with four different versions of tracks already present on the original LP as a bonus

We’ve listed 25 acclaimed songs that you probably didn’t know were covers, along with their original creators. 1. Girls Just Want to Have Fun. It’s hard to imagine anyone who loves rock ‘n’ roll more than Joan Jett, and considering how famous she made the track it’s hard to argue different, but The Arrows declared it first-seven years before Jett. Listen to the original. 11. Killing Me Softly With His Song. Interestingly enough, Wonder’s rework still emerged months before Beck’s due to album delays on the latter’s side.

Not only that, many songs written for films have stood on their own, with the popularity of some eclipsing the movies that inspired them. With the 86th Academy Awards approaching, here's a look back at the 50 biggest Hot 100 hits that arose from being featured on the silver screen. Kiss" was the top single off the Purple One's soundtrack album for the film, "Parade: Music from the Motion Picture Under the Cherry Moon," and earned him his fourth Grammy, this one for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal. 43. "St. Elmo's Fire (Man In Motion)" - John Parr Hot 100 Peak Position: 1 (two weeks), Peak Date: 9/7/1985. Eventually, Stigwood relented and made the brilliant decision to mix this song's title with his original film title and rename the film, "Saturday Night Fever.

Prince recorded songs that were more explicitly religious (including a jazz-funk Jehovah's Witness concept album called The Rainbow Children) but he never made faith sound this much fun again. Kanye West - Jesus Walks. Mumford and Sons - The Cave. Carrie Underwood - Jesus, Take The Wheel. Nina Simone - Sinnerman. Bob Dylan - Gotta Serve Somebody.

Non-album single, 1996 One of hip-hop’s most powerful mourning anthems put Midwest hip-hop on the map. At the time, Bone Thugs had lost several loved ones, including Eazy E, who signed them in 1993. To this day, when we perform it, said Krayzie Bone, there will be, like, 20 people in the crowd crying. Producer Bangladesh confirmed Wayne’s boast that he never wrote down hit rhymes: He went in on it immediately, just freestyle.

A selection of songs that never found an album to call home. A couple of tracks from the Black Eyed Peas' frontman have never made it past single stage. His 2012 Top 3 hit . The Hardest Ever), may have featured showbiz royalty like Mick Jagger and Jennifer Lopez, but it missed out on an album. His most recent Number 1, It's My Birthday feat. Cody Wise, has also yet to make an appearance anywhere else. am's full Official Chart history. Remember Live It Up, J-Lo's fourth collaboration with Mr Worldwide himself, Pitbull?

Sneaker Pimps followed the debut success of Becoming X with the different, yet strangely familiar, Splinter. Kelli Dayton, whose haunting vocals made songs like "Spin Spin Sugar" and "6 Underground" so evocative, is no longer with the group. Splinter is a superb disc, full of trancey, edgy psychedelia, interspersed with moments of blistering rock


1 I Am Song
2 The Ballad Of Cornbread Horton
3 Rocket Science
4 Guiltrip
5 Some's Tryin' To Kill Me
6 Sumpin
7 Save Your Receipt
8 Would It Have Killed You To Leave A Suicide Note?
9 Runnin' Thangs
10 The Many Dilemmas Of A Startled Socialite Who Has Just Witness Something Unusual In A Northwoods Lake
11 The Last Days Of Summer
12 King And I
13 Muthafuggaz
14 Machine Shop
15 Star Wars And Pancakes
16 Japanese Game Show
17 Devil Went Down To Georgia



The Pimps - Songs That Never Made Us Famous FLAC album

Performer: The Pimps

Title: Songs That Never Made Us Famous

Genre: Rock

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Size FLAC: 1725 mb

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