Strings - Tongue Song FLAC album
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP
Title: Tongue Song
FLAC version ZIP size: 1495 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1940 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1540 mb
Other Formats: AA WMA TTA ASF ADX AHX MPC
Strings' third album, Duur was a hit in India (where their reputation preceded them). In the nearly eight years since Strings were famous, their reputation had faded. Bilal Maqsood continued his work as creative director at an advertising firm, involving Kapadia in the creative process as well; the latter worked in the marketing department of a production unit in the same company. Strings appeared on Channel V's television show Jammin, performing "Pal" from their upcoming fourth album with Sagarika. The song was written and recorded in audio and video over a three-day period. The band then recorded the single "Bolo Bolo", later re-recording the track with Hariharan. Both collaborations were eagerly awaited and critically acclaimed. Strings played an unplugged set at the Hard Rock Cafe in Dubai, which added to their fame beyond the subcontinent.
Tongue" is a song by . released as the fifth and final single from their ninth studio album Monster. It was only released in the UK and Ireland. In the song, lead singer Michael Stipe performs in falsetto; he has stated on several occasions that the narrator of the song is female. Stipe has also said the track is "all about cunnilingus. On March 1, 1995, Bill Berry had to leave the stage during a performance of this song complaining of a serious headache.
Tongue Song" is a song by American rapper Strings. The single performed moderately on the east coast radio stations, peaking at twenty-four on Billboard's Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and thirteen on the Hot Rap Songs as well. Commercial performance. The song "Tongue Song" by Strings has been listed for 14 weeks on the Billboard's Hot Rap Songs chart, a week on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chat and 8 weeks on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales chart. Track listings and formats. Tongue Song" (LP Version) - 3:30. Tongue Song" (Clean Version) - 3:29. Tongue Song" (Instrumental) - 3:32.
Paroles de Tongue Song par Strings. You here the Strings nigga On this flip side of this thong shit This is what bitches talk.
Tongue (song), Tongue is a song by REM, released as the fifth and final single from their ninth studio album Monster It was only released in the UK In the so. of the album version It was included as a bonus video on the DVD release of In View - The Best of REM 1988-2003. The three live songs that make up the CD single's B-sides were performed on Saturday Night Live in 1994.
|1||Tongue Song (Clean)||3:28|
- Producer – Steve 'Stone' Huff
NotesContains an interpolation of Sisqo's "Thong Song".
Track #2 is indeed the explicit version of the song. The US release never contained it even though it was listed. This is the only CD release I'm aware of that has the explicit version, as her album was shelved and only a clean version was pressed for promo purposes.
|49K 79433||Strings||Tongue Song (CD, Maxi)||Epic||49K 79433||US||2000|
|49 79433, XSS 79433||Strings||Tongue Song / Raise It Up (12")||Epic, Epic||49 79433, XSS 79433||US||2000|
|STRINGS||Strings||Tongue Song (12", Promo)||Not On Label||STRINGS||US||Unknown|
|XPR 3406||Strings||Tongue Song (12", Promo)||Epic||XPR 3406||UK||2000|