Sugar Ray 5 - Lazy Hours album flac
Genre: Funk / Pop
Title: Lazy Hours
FLAC version ZIP size: 1704 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1470 mb
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Sugar Ray is the self-titled fourth studio album by the band Sugar Ray. The album was released on June 12, 2001, and debuted at number 6 on the Billboard 200 chart, and went gold. The album's first single, "When It's Over", performed well on pop and rock charts as well. The track "Words to Me" was featured on the Scooby-Doo film soundtrack in 2002
Sugar Ray will release its first full album of new material in more than six years when "Music For Cougars" comes out July 21 on sal. Sugar Ray, the band formed in Newport Beach, California and fronted by singer Mark McGrath that was responsible for a string of breezy, reggae-tinged mid-1990s radio hits including the ubiquitous "Fly," will release its first full album of new material in more than six years when "Music For Cougars" comes out July 21 on sal.
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The first-ever hits collection from Sugar Ray spans the band's career with 15 tracks, including two brand-new recordings and the Howard Stern-penned rarity 'Psychedelic Bee'. Fronted by the charismatic Mark McGrath, . based Sugar Ray debuted in 1995 with the funk-metal-flavored album Lemonade & Brownies. It was 1997's pop-rock-skewed Floored, however, that established the band's signature sound and delivered the breakthrough single 'Fly'
Sugar Ray became widely known through their infectious (and often times overplayed) pop single "Fly", and a consequent lighter musical direction displayed by songs like "Every Morning", "Someday", and "When It's Over". Proceeding their commercial success, Sugar Ray became a pop band, taking their musical formula and using it to its full effect. Lemonade And Brownies showcases Sugar Ray in their most youthful and idealistic phase. The album is predominantly made up of songs that land in the rock/metal/punk region, with some turntable and sample work thrown in for good measure. These songs are interspersed with amusing distractions that run the gamut from silly funk ditties ("Hold Your Eyes") to skits and assorted tomfoolery ("Danzig Needs A Hug", a wacky drive-thru encounter).
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