Promised you a miracle Belief is a beauty thing Promises promises As golden days break wondering Chance as love takes a train Summer breeze and brilliant light Only love she sees He controls on love Love sails to a new life Promised you a miracle Belief is a beauty thing Promises promises As golden days break wondering Only love she sees He controls on love Life throws a curve Everything is.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of De Beste Feest Hits Ooit! on Discogs. Label: EMI - 3 • Format: 3x, CD Compilation • Country: Belgium • Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop, Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, House, Vocal, Disco, New Wave, Europop, Garage House, Synth-pop, Ballad, Classic Rock.
The CD relies heavily on cuts from their best-selling City of Angels album: "Waldo Roderick DeHammersmith," "My Name Is Michael," the dreamy "Smog," the controversial "Ain't Nobody Straight in L. A.," and their number one smash "Love Machine." Other gimmes are "Do It Baby," "What Is a Heart Good For," and the super-classy "Don't Let It End (Til.
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Andy Beckett's Promised You a Miracle took us back to the first three years of [the 80s], showing how the new individualist zeitgeist extended deep even into those parts of society most opposed to Thatcherism (Financial Times, 'Books of the Year') An anthology of an age A book that offers so much pleasure and insight (Ian Jack Guardian)Reviews:
Medalist's compilation Miracle Hits has a great concept, and it's executed pretty well. It intends to gather 26 great one-hit-wonders over the course of two discs, ranging from '70s near-legends like the Stories and Pilot to contemporary hit-makers like Sixpence None the galbergrencalatasasumjuawellupe.co course, some of these artists classified as one-shot spectaculars really had more to their catalog than that song.