Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Metal Progressif Feel So Bad. Liste des groupes Metal Progressif Feel So Bad Across a Rainbow. ajouter les paroles de l'album. Ajouter un fichier audio. Nom du groupe Feel So Bad. Nom de l'album Across a Rainbow. Date de parution 25 Mars 2000. Style MusicalMetal Progressif. Membres possèdant cet album0. 8. ? 9. Across a Rainbow. Feel So Bad. En savoir plus. Autres productions de Feel So Bad. Perfectness.
It's so bright, so vivid G D Double rainbow, double rainbow, it's so intense (tense) G f m What does this mean? It's startin to even look like a triple rainbow G D That's a whole rainbow, man, ahhhh! G F Double rainbow all the way 'cross the sky bm G Yeah, Yeeeeaaaaah, so intense D A F Double rainbow all the way 'cross the sky bm G Wow, wow, oh my God, look at that rainbow D A.
com/Feel (Feel album). Feel (Kumi Koda song). Feel" (stylized as feel) is a smooth R&B song by Japanese singer and songwriter Kumi Koda. For the song, she worked closely with composer Hitoshi Shimono, who had composed the instrumental. The single is Kumi's sixth single in her 12 Singles Collection and charted at on Oricon with 39,110 copies sold within the first week.
Rising (also known as Rainbow Rising) is the second studio album by the British rock band Rainbow, released in 1976. In issue 4 of Kerrang! magazine (cover-dated October 1981), Rising was voted the greatest heavy metal album of all time. In 2017, it was ranked 48th at Rolling Stone's "100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time".
A" is a song by South Korean girl group Rainbow. The song was released on August 12, 2010, and was later included on their second mini album So Girls. A teaser photo with the concept of the song was released in August 4. A teaser of the music video was released in August 10 and the full music video in August 12, along with the release of the single.
Her first studio album since 2013, Rainbow is a collection of songs whose seeds were planted back in 2014 when Kesha was in rehab. Working hard to get back on track, the 14-tracks new album hit airwaves on August 11, 2017 via Kemosabe Records/RCA Records creating a huge buzz. In fact, many wondered if she would be able to regain her glory after so much time has passed. Leading with the example, Kesha’s message comes across tranquilly while the strumming guitar holds the listener spellbound. This opening cut reveals a softer side of Kesha, her heart out and guard down. Disco is the feel and theme, taking it back, laced with high-pitched squeals and screams, Kesha most certainly enjoyed the making of this one. Then her voice grabs attention at the beginning of Woman, an empowering piece for women worldwide.
Album of the Week: Kesha's 'Rainbow'. 8/9/2017 by Andrew Unterberger. Indeed, the structure of the album seems designed to drive this point home. If it felt hard to get a read on Rainbow's overall content from its advance tracks, that's because the set quickly demonstrates there's no overall read to get: The first five tracks are all completely different. Opener "Bastards" slow-builds from acoustic introspection to tambourine-led na na chanting like a compact "Hey Jude," giving way to the searing Ric ments riffing of the Eagles of Death Metal-assisted rave-up "Let 'Em Talk.
Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?" is a song by American electronica musician Moby. It was released on October 11, 1999 as the fourth single from his fifth studio album Play. Just mediocre, generic techno
Just mediocre, generic techno. At some point I rediscovered the song and I tried doing it considerably slower, tried to make it mournful and romantic. My manager Barry talked me into including Porcelain and my other manager Eric talked me into including Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? It became a big hit in Germany. Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? for some reason struck a nerve in Germany and became a big hit single over there. I thought that was as far as any success for Play was gonna go. "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?"