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Tie a Yellow Ribbon (released as Tuneweaving in the US) is the third album by American popular music group Dawn (Michael Anthony Orlando Cassavitas, Telma Hopkins & Joyce Vincent Wilson) released in 1973 by Bell Records. The title track reached in both the US and UK charts. In terms of sales, this single was the most successful in the group's career, starting a string of seven consecutive Hot 100 appearances.
Dawn is the fifth studio album by the German progressive rock band Eloy released in 1976. Much like their previous album, Power and the Passion, their fifth studio release follows a similar story format. The concept tells the tale of a man who after a sudden death comes back as a ghost. He tries to pass on his newly acquired knowledge to his loved one. The album ends with his dissolving into light, closing on the quote, "Nous sommes du soleil" ("We are of the sun").
At the Soundless Dawn. Post-Rock Red Sparowes. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 1. Alone and Unaware, the Landscape Was Transformed in Front of Our Eyes. 2. Buildings Began to Stretch Wide Across the Sky, and the Air Filled with a Reddish Glow. 3. The Soundless Dawn Came Alive As Cities Began to Mark the Horizon. 4. Mechanical Sounds Cascaded Though the City Walls and Everyone Reveled in Their Ignorance. 5. A Brief Moment of Clarity Broke Through the Deafening Hum, But It Was Too Late. 6. Our Happiest Days Slowly Began to Turn into Dust
I Saw You Dancing" is a song by Swedish group Yaki-Da. It was released in 1994, as the lead single from their first studio album, Pride. The song is written and produced by Jonas Berggren from Ace of Base. It was a top-10 hit in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Israel and Norway
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