Ameno is a song by new-age musical project Era that was released in 1997 and became a chart success in France and Sweden. It is taken from Eras self-titled 1996 debut album Era, Ameno was written by new-age artist Eric Lévi. The lyrics are written in Pseudo-Latin, i. e. sounding like Latin but are in fact devoid of any exact meaning. The vocals are performed by Guy Protheroe and Harriet Jay, Eric Lévi played keyboards and programmed it, whereas Philippe Manca played lead guitar and drums. The choir rendition is by the English Chamber Choir, a music video was shot for the song featuring actors Pierre Boisserie and Irene Bustamante. The song has been interpreted many times and is popular in covers. Famous versions include DJ Quicksilver, Roberto Molinaro techno mix version in Italy, a remix of Ameno was made by Turkish-German DJ and music producer DJ Quicksilver. It appeared in the Clubfiles - The Album by DJ Quicksilver and was a hit for him in a number of countries including singles charts in Austria, Germany and it was produced by Tommaso De Donatis and by Orhan Terzi.
Ameno Ameno Ameno Voyage Ameno Ameno Ameno Ameno Ameno Ameno French tenor Vincent Niclo recorded the song accompanied by the MVD Ensemble, the song appeared on his album Opéra rouge and was released as a single in France reaching #87 in SNEP, the official French Singles Chart. Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
Anything but Love (song)
Anything but Love is a song by German recording artist Daniel Schuhmacher, the winner of the sixth season of the television competition Deutschland sucht den Superstar. Written and produced by DSDS judge Dieter Bohlen, it was released as both his coronation song and debut single, upon its release, it debuted at number-one on the Austrian and Swiss Singles Charts and became one of the highest-selling singles of the year. The song was included on his debut album, The Album. In Germany, Anything but Love debuted at one on the German Singles Chart with the highest first week single sales in 2009. The song was certified gold by the Bundesverband Musikindustrie and ranked 19th on the German year-end chart. In total, the single sold 270.000 copies, official website Daniel Schuhmacher discography and marketplace at Discogs
All (I Ever Want)
All is a song by German recording artist Alexander Klaws. Written by Rob Bolland and produced by Thorsten Brötzmann, it features vocals from singer Sabrina Weckerlin, a German version of the duet, was released to promote the RTL television film Held der Gladiatoren. The English version of the song was included on his third album. Official website Alexander Klaws discography and marketplace at Discogs
Badge is a pop rock song performed by British rock music group Cream. It was written by Eric Clapton and George Harrison and it was included as a track on Creams final album, Goodbye. Badge was a hit in the United States, peaking at number 60 on Billboard magazines Hot 100 after its release as a single in April 1969. The single was more successful in the United Kingdom, where it reached position 18. Badge was originally an untitled track, during the production transfer for the album Goodbye, the original music sheet was used to produce the liner notes and track listing. The only discernible word on the page was bridge, due to Harrisons handwriting, Clapton misread it as badge — and the song was titled soon thereafter. Harrison remembered the story differently, I helped Eric write Badge you know, each of them had to come up with a song for that Goodbye Cream album and Eric didnt have his written. We were working across from each other and I was writing the lyrics down, Eric read it upside down and cracked up laughing-- Whats BADGE.
After that, Ringo walked in drunk and gave us that line about the living in the park. A common legend or misconception is that the name came about because its chord progression is B-A-D-G-E, or simply because an anagram of a guitars standard tuning can be arranged to spell Badge. In the USA, Atco Records initial releases of Goodbye and of Badge as a single gave the writing credit to Eric Clapton alone. Atco would correct this in 1969 with the release of Best of Cream, the UK single of Badge released by Polydor Records gave writing credit to both Clapton and Harrison, with publishing credit going to Dratleaf and Harrisongs Ltd. Since the early 1990s the writing credit has been listed as Clapton/Harrison with publishing credit going to E. C. Music, Ltd. despite his alleged contribution to the songs lyrics, Ringo Starr is not credited as a co-author of Badge
Around the World (Aqua song)
Around the World is a song by the Danish-Norwegian dance-pop group Aqua from their second studio album, Aquarius. It was released as the second single in May 2000. The song became their second and final single from the album in Denmark. Around the World was originally called Larger than Life, but was renamed after American boy band Backstreet Boys released a single with the title in 1999. The group has described the song as a song with a huge. Around the World was released in May 2000, with the UK release following in December, the UK release became their lowest chart single at the time, peaking at #26. The chart position showed that their popularity had fallen and resulted in the follow-up Bumble Bees, around the World managed to reach #1 in the groups native Denmark. In Norway, it made the top 20 at #16, and in Sweden, lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
Behind Blue Eyes
Behind Blue Eyes is a song by the English rock band The Who. It was released in October 1971 as the single from their fifth album Whos Next and was originally written by Pete Townshend for his Lifehouse project. The song is one of The Whos best-known recordings and has covered by many artists. Behind Blue Eyes originated after a Who concert in Denver on June 9th,1970. Following the performance, Townshend became tempted by a female groupie, upon reaching his room, he began writing a prayer, the first words being When my fist clenches, crack it open. These words appeared as lyrics in the climactic rocking section of Behind Blue Eyes, when Behind Blue Eyes was to be released as part of the aborted Lifehouse project, the song was sung from the point of view of the main villain, Jumbo. The first version was released as a track on the 1995 CD reissue of Whos Next. Behind Blue Eyes was initially considered for a UK single release, the song did eventually see a single release in America, as well as France and the Netherlands.
Backed with My Wife in the US and Going Mobile in Europe, Pete Townshend has recorded two solo versions of the song. The original demo of the song, was featured on the Scoop album, the demo along with a newer recording of the song featuring an orchestral backing was featured in The Lifehouse Chronicles. The song starts with a voice singing over an arpeggiated acoustic guitar in the key of E minor. Eventually, the song breaks out into a rock anthem, with a second theme being introduced near the end. Songs written in alternating sections were a feature of Townshends writing of the period, going back at least to Tommy and it was in the close of the season two finale of Cold Case. During season two of Californication, Sheryl Crows cover plays, rupert Giles is depicted performing this song in a coffee house in the Season 4 episode Where the Wild Things Are of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Anthony Stewart Head sang the lyrics himself for this scene, bill Hicks used a lyric derived from this in his segment on British hooligans.
This song was featured in episode 18 of Supernatural, from season 10 of the series, Limp Bizkits version of the song featured in the 2016 film The Angry Birds Movie and on the films soundtrack. This song is featured in the 2016 film War Dogs and on the films soundtrack Behind Blue Eyes was covered by American nu metal group Limp Bizkit and it was released in November 2003 as a single from their album Results May Vary. Limp Bizkits arrangement is notable for featuring a Speak & Spell during the bridge and this, together with a new verse and an extra chorus, replaces the rock theme of The Whos version
AM to PM
AM to PM is a single by American singer Christina Milian. Written by Milian, Christian Karlsson and Pontus Winnberg, and produced by Bloodshy & Avant, Milian was only 19 years old when she released her debut single. Pushed by Milians increasing prominence as a VJ on MTV, the single enjoyed success, reaching the top 10 in Belgium, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway. Stateside, it peaked at number 27 on the Billboard Hot 100 and its accompanying music video was directed by Dave Meyers. The song was featured in the comedy The Hot Chick, Milian performed the song on All That in 2002. The song was included on the album Madison Mix which was released to promote the My Scene dolls. The music video for AM to PM was directed by Dave Meyers and it starts with Milian waking up after going to bed that night. She gets ready to leave the house, and decides to out of the house. She turns off the alarm, hides from her mom, by hanging below the stairs and she stops the dog from barking by throwing him a bone and exits the house.
She grabs her backpack, which she had thrown out from the window in her room and she and her friends go to a club, and they are able to skip the line by showing the bouncer a beeper that reads AM to PM. She and her friends proceed into the club and start to dance and they all dance and Christina dances on a stage with many background dancers. After Christina and her friends leave, she attempts to back into her house. Her dad is reading the newspaper and the dog is barking again and she sees this and runs around to enter the house through the backdoor. She sprints to her room and dives into her bed and her dad checks on her, thinking that shes asleep, and she pretends to be. After he leaves, Christina says from AM to PM, kevin Federline is featured in the main nightclub dance sequence throughout the video. These are the formats and track listings of major single-releases of AM to PM, AM to PM music video on YouTube