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Dead Or Alive - Nightingale - I (CD, Album)

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  1. (Nouga - Swano/ Schect) I'm all alone Waiting for no one I see the daylight fade away I'm so afraid I know you're around me I hear you crying in the wind If I could bring you back If I had the power, I'd give you my world And my life, you'd have it all But life is.
  2. 1 day ago · Details about Lionville - Magic is Alive CD Fourth Studio Album Melodic Rock. Be the first to write a review. 4 viewed per hour. Lionville - Magic is Alive CD Fourth Studio Album Melodic Rock Dead or Alive Album Music CDs, Magic Album Pop Music CDs, Album CDs Alive Records, Album Rock CDs Tonight Alive.
  3. The album was underrated by the critics. It is a must for synthpop lovers. Released in catches all the good vibrations of the 80's blended with rhythm and youth. The album is more than the hit single "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)"/5().
  4. This is a beautifully packaged, well thought out and nearly complete collection of every Dead or Alive album, single and remix. I know that the initial batch released back in had errors, but working in the publishing industry, I know how even massive errors can /5().
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of I on Discogs. Label: Black Mark Production - CRCL • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock Nightingale - I (, CD) | Discogs3/5(1).
  6. With the resurgence of '80s nostalgia reaching a feverish pitch in the late '90s (ex-Culture Club reunion, package tours of '80s artists, etc.), it should come as no surprise that '80s cross-dressers Dead Or Alive have returned with Nukleopatra, their first release in over a imfrogatharbehyfingirejacassu.coinfo if the band couldn't resist including two remixes of their huge '80s smash "You Spin Me Round (Like .
  7. Dead or Alive at this point in their career where slowly evolving into a different direction. They were also moving away from the Stockin/Atkins/Waterman sound that made them a world wide sensation in the early eighties. The album still contains some elements of the old sound. The album was very successful in Japan, not so much in US/5(25).

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