Come Dance with Me! is an album by American vocalist Frank Sinatra, released in 1959. Come Dance with Me! was Sinatra's most successful album, spending two and a half years on the Billboard charts.
Dance Gavin Dance (also known as "Death Star" due to the album cover art) is the self-titled second studio album by American rock band Dance Gavin Dance, released on August 19, 2008, on Rise Records. The album is a follow-up to the band's full-length debut studio album, Downtown Battle Mountain (2007), and is their first studio release to feature clean vocalist Kurt Travis and rhythm guitarist Zachary Garren.
Despite this, the Unplugged-styled setting wasn't ideal for a reunion, since the group decided to devote nearly a quarter of The Dance to new material, inevitably resulting in unfair comparisons to their warhorses. Since there's so much new material, The Dance can't be a truly nostalgic experience either, because the new songs interrupt the flow. Not that they're bad - both Buckingham's gentle "Bleed to Love Her" and nervy "My Little Demon" are first-rate - but they aren't given the full-fledged production they deserve
THE SHAPE by DANCE WITH THE DEAD, released 04 February 2016 1. There's a storm coming 2. Eyes of Madness 3. Her Ghost 4. Screams and Whispers 5. Adrift 6. Riot 7. Horizon 8. Diabolic 9. Watching You 10. Quietly into the night. plus The Shape contains my favourite track ever from DWTD: Horizon. Fhqwhgod Morloch This one is just perfect. Feels the most like an album out of all their records.
The Dance finds Fleetwood Mac rekindling their late ‘70s magic on stage with mostly successful results. Old friends and sparring partners Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie harmonize and take turns in the spotlight, backed as before by the sturdy rhythm section of John McVie and Mick Fleetwood. Performing in a stripped-down format, the group reconsiders its past with a sense of perspective - Nicks in particular adds something new to signature songs like Rhiannon and Landslide. If there’s a centerpiece to this set, it’s Nicks’ Silver Springs, a devastating break-up ballad denied a spot on the Mac’s landmark Rumours album. The inevitable (but still welcome) Don’t Stop brings the set to a rousing conclusion.