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Two Man Sound - Going Back To Mexico / So Goodbye FLAC album


Performer: Two Man Sound
Genre: Pop music
Title: Going Back To Mexico / So Goodbye
Released: 1972
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Goodbye" is the sixth single from the American heavy metal band Slipknot off their fifth studio album. Goodbye" was initially going to be the introductory song for. 5 The Gray Chapter but ended up becoming a full track. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Corey Taylor, the lead singer of Slipknot, explained that "Goodbye" was a song he had written about the death of Paul Gray, one of Slipknot's members.

Two Man Sound was a Belgian pop trio of the 1970s. Their style combined the disco music typical of the era with samba and bossa nova. Their signature hits were "Charlie Brown" and a Latin track called "Disco Samba". Charlie Brown" was a success in Belgium and Italy but never broke the United Kingdom. In 1979, the samba song "Que Tal America" became an "underground disco anthem" in North America

So goodbye yellow brick road Where the dogs of society howl You can't plant me in your penthouse I'm going back to my plough Back to the howling, old owl in the woods Hunting the horny-back toad Oh, I've finally decided my future lies Beyond the yellow brick road. About Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. The fourth track on Elton John’s 1973 double album of the same name, and the second single from the album. Written by Elton and his co-songwriter Bernie Taupin, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is about wanting to give up a life of opulence for a simpler life away.

So Long Goodbye (оригинал Sum 41). До свидания, прощай! (перевод Ирина Звягина из Гуково). Time passes by, direction unknown. Просто посмотри на звезды. And believe who you are.

Покупайте и продавайте винил и компакт-диски, формируйте собственную коллекцию. Huey Lewis & The News appear here with what became one of their greatest hits in career (as well as "Back In Time"). For some commercial reasons, the song "Mister Sandman" performed by The Four Aces was not included on this album. That's unfortunate, since it became so much associated with the movie after. Etta James sings "The Wallflower (Dance With Me Henry)", used in the restaurant scene before the infamous chase led by Biff Tannen to catch Marty McFly.

Tracklist

A Going Back To Mexico 3:13
B So Goodbye 2:35

Notes

An RKM Production
From LP Rubro Negro

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