Glam Lovers - Get Some album flac
Title: Get Some
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Get Some is the debut studio album by American nu metal band Snot. Released on May 27, 1997, it is the only album that features its original vocalist, Lynn Strait, who was killed in a car accident on December 11, 1998 when a truck struck his car, killing him and his dog, Dobbs, who appears on the album cover. A remixed version of "The Box" was released as a single.
GLAM Nightlife, Chislehurst, United Kingdom. Bringing the West End vibes to Kent . GLAM Nightlife added 130 new photos to the album GLAM Opening Party Saturday 17/05/14.
Real Name: Nik Denton. Aliases: Nik Denton, NSD, Pippa Cha Cha, Pulse Fiction.
It also includes some impressive rarities that attract the genre's hardcore fans: "Seven Deadly Finns" is a non-album Brian Eno single that finds that arty iconoclast in an unusually pop-minded mood, and Chris Spedding's "Motor Bikin'" is a delightful glam rock tune built on roaring, motorcycle-style guitar riffs. However, The Best Glam Rock Album in the World Ever suffers from the kind of basic selection problems that hinder many compilations. The first problem is the occasional questionable choice of artist: Golden Earring's "Radar Love" may.
When you call, when you call, when you call and I'm horny I've been waiting, I've been waiting, I've been waiting on your body Don't you know I've been dancing alone at the party? All my friends gettin' laid and I ain't found nobody. We can go back to your place I swear I'll be gone in the morning Just touch me like that Oh, baby. I just wanna get some. Don't pretend, don't pretend, don't pretend like we're lovers Like it's more than two strangers underneath the covers When I'm here on my own, there's a part that I'm missing I'll go blind if I don't get to see what you're giving.
Glam rock was an inevitable reaction to one of the most austere periods in rock history. In 1971, drab denim-clad singer-songwriters proliferated, their dreary, introspective whimsy symptomatic of a post-60s comedown that gripped a generation. Altamont, Manson, Vietnam and The Beatles’ acrimonious demise hung over proceedings like a dark cloud. Glam was an ephemeral slice of quintessentially English innocence – it provided excitement and delicious vacuous fun, and kept fledgling punks amused while waiting for their manifest destiny. It was more about singles than albums – hence the odd collection that follows – and way more about throwaway pop than heavyweight rock (so no wolves in sheep’s clothing like Alice Cooper, Queen and Kiss here).
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|A||Get Some (Original Mix)|
|B||Get Some (Nick T Remix)
Featuring – Leila Remix – Nick T