The Fray - How To Save A Life

The Fray - How To Save A Life

Incredible sound and lyrics

  • This was such a craze. I remember kids walking down the hall in their wide leg jeans singing Paranoid Android and Karma Police. We were so cool.

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  • Moby's play was imperative to the development of my music appreciation. Sure, he had other greats before this one. However, and maybe only for timing, but this one was the one i appreciate most. I mean, "Honey?" Awesome song.

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  • Some may call what I'm about to say blasphemy, but I don't care. I really don't like U2 that much and I think they're tragically overrated (and often annoying). However, the 1987 release, Joshua Tree is nothing short of spectacula... Some may call what I'm about to say blasphemy, but I don't care. I really don't like U2 that much and I think they're tragically overrated (and often annoying). However, the 1987 release, Joshua Tree is nothing short of spectacular. No collection is complete without it.

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  • 1. Run Rudolph Run - Marks, Johnny 2. Blue Christmas - Hayes, Bill 3. The Little Drummer Boy - Davis, Katherine 4. Christmas Lights - Lewis, Donna 5. The First Noel - Sandys, William 6. Make It Home - Hatfield, Juliana 7. Me... 1. Run Rudolph Run - Marks, Johnny 2. Blue Christmas - Hayes, Bill 3. The Little Drummer Boy - Davis, Katherine 4. Christmas Lights - Lewis, Donna 5. The First Noel - Sandys, William 6. Make It Home - Hatfield, Juliana 7. Merry Christmas from the Family - Keen, Robert Earl J 8. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer - Marks, Johnny 9. Christmas - Humphreys, Greg 10. White Christmas - Berlin, Irving 11. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - Blane, Ralph 12. 25th December - Watt, Ben

  • from amazon.com: "Review: "Big holiday classics and a few new tunes get this welcomed electronic treatment. Jolly good time, indeed." --BPM Magazine Product Description A collection of both classics and new holiday songs rew... from amazon.com: "Review: "Big holiday classics and a few new tunes get this welcomed electronic treatment. Jolly good time, indeed." --BPM Magazine Product Description A collection of both classics and new holiday songs reworked by some of the best in the New Style Lounge scene. Infused with elements of nu jazz, deephouse, discohouse and drum & bass, these songs take on a new life to provide a sexy, soulful excursion that will definitely take the chill out of the winter season. Pop this CD in the player, pour a holiday cocktail and get your groove on! ...Courtesy of the fine DJ's at the Mistletoe Lounge." ** You can get this Overnighted for $3.99 or Two-Day Shipped (free) with Amazon Prime**

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  • The fourth and newest album by The Shins is equally as beautiful as the one that made the famous, "Oh, Inverted World." That's not really that surprising though because they still have James Mercer as the lead singer and we all kn... The fourth and newest album by The Shins is equally as beautiful as the one that made the famous, "Oh, Inverted World." That's not really that surprising though because they still have James Mercer as the lead singer and we all know that voice is the lifeblood of The Shins.

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  • For a long time I really loathed the mere mention of R.E.M. Then I realized when this album came out in '92 I was 14 and too young to appreciate it. As I got older, the R.E.M. that was blaring in my ears were songs like Losing My ... For a long time I really loathed the mere mention of R.E.M. Then I realized when this album came out in '92 I was 14 and too young to appreciate it. As I got older, the R.E.M. that was blaring in my ears were songs like Losing My Religion (which I still don't like). Now that I'm older I can revisit this album and truly appreciate it for songs like: Sweetness Follows Star Me Kitten Try Not to Breathe I do like Everybody Hurts but unfortunately its beaten over our heads, ears, and eyes. Thank MTV. Great album all around.

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  • When I first heard that this album included yodeling, I was puzzled but intrigued. And then when I listened to "Wind It Up", it all came together: the yodeling, the rapping, the killer beat. I didn't think it was possible, but ... When I first heard that this album included yodeling, I was puzzled but intrigued. And then when I listened to "Wind It Up", it all came together: the yodeling, the rapping, the killer beat. I didn't think it was possible, but I love this album even more than "Love Angel Music Baby". Although it will be a few years before I'll let my son listen to it.

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  • For the Killers second album they did an about face from their New Wave inspired debut. Suddenly, the band that had always looked to England became obsessed with their American roots. Still has some really catchy songs that wend... For the Killers second album they did an about face from their New Wave inspired debut. Suddenly, the band that had always looked to England became obsessed with their American roots. Still has some really catchy songs that wend their way into your subconsciousness. Even if you're a bit disappointed that there's no "Mr. Brightside", you'll find something to love here.

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  • Amazing and makes you cry.

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