Pat Benatar - Fire And Ice album flac
Genre: Rock / Pop
Title: Fire And Ice
Style: Pop Rock, Vocal
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Precious Time is the third studio album by American singer Pat Benatar, released on July 6, 1981, through the Chrysalis label. The album peaked at number one on the Billboard 200 and produced the top 20 hit "Fire and Ice"; the song that would later win the Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance in 1982 and reached number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number two on the Mainstream Rock chart
The album's lead single, "Fire and Ice", (co-written by band member Scott Sheets) was another big hit (US AUS and won Benatar her second Grammy Award, this time for "Best Female Rock Vocal Performance" of 1981 and her third consecutive RIAA certified platinum album. In Canada it was certified double platinum and peaked at number 2 on the albums chart. Promises in the Dark" (US was also released. It was also Benatar's first ever UK top 40 hit, where it peaked at A second single release, "Ooh Ooh Song", reached US It is also said by Benatar and Giraldo that this album is the first where they moved away from Benatar's famed "hard rock" sound and start experimenting with new, sometimes "gentler", styles and sounds. Despite not quite making the US Top 10, it immediately earned her a sixth consecutive RIAA and CRIA platinum-certified album.
Fire And Ice" lyrics. You're givin' me the fever tonight I don't wanna give in, I'll be playin' with fire You forget, I've seen you work before Take 'em straight to the top, leave 'em cryin' for more I've seen you burn 'em before. Fire and ice, you come on like a flame Then you turn cold shoulder Fire and ice, I wanna give you my love You'll just take a little piece of my heart Please tear it apart
Ab Bb Cm and I won't be taken in by fire and ice. Guitar solo in C blues scale. Chorus (2x) but keep going back to the Cm. Regards, Tom Penfield.
Fire and Ice" was the lead single off Pat Benatar's third album, Precious Time. Released July 6, 1981, the track was written by Pat Benatar, Tom Kelly, and Scott Sheets. It peaked at on the . Billboard Hot 100 and peaked at on the . Mainstream billboard. The song also won Benatar her second Grammy award for Best Female Rock Rock Performance in 1982. In an anecdote he recounted in 1960 in a "Science and the Arts" presentation, prominent astronomer Harlow Shapley claims to have inspired "Fire and Ice". Shapley describes an encounter he had with Robert Frost a year before the poem was published in which Frost, noting that Shapley was the astronomer of his day, asks him how the world will end. Shapley responded that either the sun will explode and incinerate the Earth, or the Earth will somehow escape this fate only to end up slowly freezing in deep space.
Audio y subtítulos de Fire and ice "Fuego y hielo" de Pat Benatar. Pat Benatar - All Fired UpPatBenatarVEVO. pat benatar - fire&iceomegatsume.
|A||Fire And Ice|
|B||Hard To Believe|
NotesIssued in limited edition picture sleeve.
|103 471, 103 471-100||Pat Benatar||Fire And Ice (7")||Chrysalis, Chrysalis||103 471, 103 471-100||Netherlands||1981|
|PB 8766||Pat Benatar||Fire And Ice / Just Like Me (7", Single)||Chrysalis||PB 8766||France||1981|
|CHS 2529||Pat Benatar||Fire And Ice (7")||Chrysalis||CHS 2529||US||1981|
|CHS 313||Pat Benatar||Fire And Ice / Promises In The Dark (7")||Chrysalis||CHS 313||Italy||1981|
|CHS 2529||Pat Benatar||Fire And Ice (7", Cle)||Chrysalis||CHS 2529||UK||1981|