Soraia - Slave FLAC album
Style: Hard Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1900 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1225 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1759 mb
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Charlene Soraia Santaniello Jones, known as Charlene Soraia, is a British singer-songwriter. She first became known with a cover of The Calling's "Wherever You Will Go", which peaked at number 3 in the UK Singles Chart. She released her debut studio album, Moonchild, in November 2011, which features "Wherever You Will Go" as a bonus track. She released her second studio album, Love Is the Law, in September 2015, which features the singles "Ghost", "Broken", "Caged", and "I'll Be There".
Slave is the first album by the American funk band Slave, released in 1977. The album reached number six on the Billboard Top Soul Albums chart and was certified Gold. The single from the album, "Slide", reached number one on the Billboard soul chart and 32 on the Hot 100. Original members at this point included Steve Washington, Mark "Drac" Hicks, Mark Adams, Danny Webster, Floyd Miller, Carter Bradley, Orion Wilhoite, Tim Dozier and Tom Lockett.
Slave (Album Ve. is a song by Inoue Miyu. It is featured as the 3rd track on her 1st album Sparkle. It is the alternative version of the song Slave, avaible as the 2nd track on her 1st single Boogie Back. Lyrics: Inoue Miyu, Miwa Kodai. Composition: Miwa Kodai. すぎた腕の中を あの夜抜け出して どこへだって 飛んでいける 自由なはずだった. Who wanna break your and my place？ When did you let me fall in the love？ また惹かれてく 熱求めてる. Becoming slave そばにいさせて 凍えてる Give me love Becoming slave 思いのままに 支配して 言葉一つで Slaving slaving slaving for you.
Band Name Storm Of Sorrows. Album Name Slave To The Slaves. Data de lançamento Fevereiro 2008. Labels Self-Produced. Estilo de MúsicaMelodic Death. Membros têm este álbum0. 1. The Art of Perfect Back-Stabbing. 4. Slave to the Slaves. 6. The Interment (instr
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Slave is the debut album by Alternative metal/hardcore punk band Amen. It was written and recorded nearly entirely by Casey Chaos independently through his label, Drag-u-la Recordings and released in 1994. The initial run of the album was limited to 2,000 copies. In 2006, the album was re-released and remastered with bonus tracks through Casey Chaos's new label, Refuse Music. As a result of this album, Amen attracted the attention of producer Ross Robinson who had previously worked on Korn's debut album.
NotesReleased on Nailhead Records from Pennsylvania.
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- Barcode (Amazon.com Manufactured On demand CDR): 8 59702 24845 2