Mumps - How I Saved The World FLAC album
Title: How I Saved The World
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How I Saved the World.
I Saved the World Today" is a song recorded by the British pop music duo Eurythmics from their album Peace in 1999. It was written and co-produced by band-members Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart. The song was released as the first single from the album and returned Eurythmics to the UK singles chart for the first time in nearly a decade, peaking at number eleven. I Saved the World Today" was not released as a single in the United States.
Album: How I Saved the World. How I Saved the World: Best 2 songs. Mumps - We Ended Up 03:19. Mumps - Just Look, Don't Touch 02:08. Album: How I Saved the World. Mumps: best 2 tracks. Mumps - We Ended Up How I Saved the World, 1997 03:19. Mumps - Rock & Roll This, Rock & Roll That Fatal Charm, 1995 02:31.
How I Saved The World. Caution! All audio materials of Mumps (3) are presented solely for information. All styles of audio music.
album: CD Sampler Volume 1. Dennis Holway Driscoll - Crummy Mumps. album: Never Released Greatest Hits. Tetchi - Oldham Mumps. album: Tribal Sky Mumps. Why? - Jonathan's Hope. album: Mumps, etc. Why? - White English. Before the Accident.
Dance Tunes For the Underdogs 03:58. All songs from How I Saved the World. Mumps - Fatal Charm, 1995. I LIke To Be Clean 02:47. Before the Accident 02:59.
Saved is the 20th studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on June 23, 1980, by Columbia Records. Saved was the second album of Dylan's "Christian trilogy", following his conversion to Evangelical Christianity. It expanded on themes explored on its predecessor Slow Train Coming, with gospel arrangements and lyrics extolling the importance of a strong personal faith.
Other members of the band included Kristian Hoffman, Rob Duprey, Jay Dee Daugherty and Aaron Kiley. Kiley and Daugherty were replaced with Kevin Kiely and Paul Rutner. Their first 45 RPM single was "I Like To Be Clean". Their second was "Rock & Roll This & That" with a double side B of "Muscleboys" and "That Fatal Charm" .
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|CD-1||I Like To Be Clean|
|CD-3||Rock & Roll This, Rock & Roll That|
Written-By – Loud*
|CD-7||Scream & Scream Again|
|CD-8||Just Look, Don't Touch|
|CD-9||Did You Get The Girl?|
|CD-10||Anyone But You|
|CD-13||Before The Accident|
Written-By – Loud*
|CD-17||That's All Right With Me|
|CD-18||We Ended Up
Written-By – Loud*
|CD-21||Dance Tunes For The Underdogs|
|CD-25||Crocodile Tears (The Mankey Version)|
|DVD-1||We Ended Up|
|DVD-5||Could This Be Art?|
|DVD-6||Rock & Roll This, Rock & Roll That|
|DVD-7||Anyone But You|
|DVD-9||Just Look, Don't Touch|
|DVD-10||That Fatal Charm|
|DVD-11||I Like To Be Clean|
|DVD-12||Special Reconstructed Footage Video: Live At CBGBs Brain Massagre|
|DVD-13||Slide Show: Featuring Over 60 Vintage Mumps Flyers|
|DVD Audio Only Bonus Live Tracks|
|DVD-15||Stake My Heart|
|DVD-15||We Will Bury You|
|DVD-17||More Human Than Not|
- Recorded At – Brother Studio, Santa Monica
- Copyright (c) – Gothic Novelty Music
- Copyright (c) – Wixen Music
- Art Direction – Kristian Hoffman, Steve Stanley
- Design, Layout – Steve Stanley
- Film Director, Film Editor – Dave Markey
- Liner Notes, Written-By – Kristian Hoffman
- Performer [Band Line Up] – Aaron Kiely (tracks: CD-13 to CD-17 and CD-21 to CD-23 ), David Collert (tracks: CD-18), Delilah Loud (tracks: CD-18), Jay Dee Daugherty (tracks: CD-13 to CD-17 and CD-21 to CD-23 ), Jay Dee Daugherty (tracks: CD-18), Joe Katz (tracks: CD-6 to CD-9 and CD-24), Kevin Kieley (tracks: CD-1 to CD-5, CD10 to CD-12 and CD-19 to CD-20), Kevin Loud (tracks: CD-18), Kim Cheeseman (tracks: CD-18), Kristian Hoffman (tracks: CD-1 to CD-5, CD10 to CD-12 and CD-19 to CD-20), Kristian Hoffman (tracks: CD-13 to CD-17 and CD-21 to CD-23 ), Kristian Hoffman (tracks: CD-18), Kristian Hoffman (tracks: CD-6 to CD-9 and CD-24), Lance Loud (tracks: CD-1 to CD-5, CD10 to CD-12 and CD-19 to CD-20), Lance Loud (tracks: CD-13 to CD-17 and CD-21 to CD-23 ), Lance Loud (tracks: CD-18), Lance Loud (tracks: CD-6 to CD-9 and CD-24), Michele Loud (tracks: CD-18), Paul Rutner (tracks: CD-1 to CD-5, CD10 to CD-12 and CD-19 to CD-20), Paul Rutner (tracks: CD-6 to CD-9 and CD-24), Rob Duprey (tracks: CD-1 to CD-5, CD10 to CD-12 and CD-19 to CD-20), Rob DuPrey* (tracks: CD-13 to CD-17 and CD-21 to CD-23 ), Rob DuPrey* (tracks: CD-6 to CD-9 and CD-24)
- Producer – Earle Mankey (tracks: CD-1 to CD-24)
Notes"This compilation contains everything on their critically acclaimed 1995 retrospective CD Fatal Charm (about which MOJO simply stated "I love it!") plus 10 unreleased songs, extensive new notes in a 24 page all color booklet, PLUS a live DVD of vintage never-seen-before footage, directed and edited by Dave Markey. All tracks digitally remastered in 2005."
Live video with optional audio commentary.
Tracks 6, 7, 8, 9 recorded in nameless mogul's basement, produced by studio hack.
Tracks 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 23 recorded in Jay Dee Daugherty's fifth floor walk walk up on Thompson Street in his bedroom, and in the community water closed in the hall, on his "borrowed" Teac 4 Track.
All other tracks recorded wherever we could around NYC.
Previously unreleased songs:
Track 17: That's All Right with Me - 1975 (BONUS TRACK)
Track 22: - 1975 (BONUS TRACK)
Track 2: Bad Boys
Track 5: Could This Be Art?
Audio Only Bonus Live Tracks:
1. You're Ideal - 1976 (Live At CBGBs)
2. Stake In My Heart - 1977 (Live at Max's)
3. We're American - 1979 (Live At Irving Plaza)
4. We Will Bury You - 1979 (Live At Irving Plaza)
5. More Humans Than Not - 1979 (Live At Irving Plaza)
6. Strange Seed - 1978 (Live at Max's)
© 2005 Gothic Novelty Music (ASCAP)
Administerd by Wixen Music except:
Musleboys, We Ended Up, and Teach Me, By Lance Loud
© 2005 Wixen Music (ASCAP)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 90276 07542 9