I remember this song from the early 2000’s i never actually thought she was irish.
How good were these guys back in 80’s and 90’s;
All i need is a miracle:
Looking back over my shoulder:
The Living years:
Battlefield 1 came out last November and its a great game, i havnt had time to play it till this weekend.
I was playing the “War Stories” and there was a piece of music that really stuck in my head, its an incredible piece of music. The hairs on my neck were standing and this tune is incredible.
I need to do more research to see if DICE or its a folk song, either way its amazing.
This song deserves a really great video tbh.
Growing up in the 80’s im not sure if i ever heard this song but after finding it on YouTube after looking at a bunch of other 80’s songs its once of my new 80’s favorites. I never expected to find group from Australia.
Black/Colin Vearncombe wrote this great song that ive never forgotten since i first heard it on the radio. I thought this was an 90’s song but it came out in 1987, im sure i heard on the radio in the early 90’s.
In a year of so many celebrity deaths, he died in early 2016, 10th january, RIP.
To be fair the only reason i love this now is all because of “The Real Trance Family” video. Still its dam good.
It gets better lol;
NEW YORK (AP) — Madonna, Rihanna, Beyonce and Jay Z are among the A-List musicians who are co-owners of Tidal, a streaming service being billed as the first artist-owned platform for music and video.
The membership-based service — similar to subscription service Spotify — will provide music and video content that users can stream on computers, tablets and smartphones or listen to offline. It is being offered at two price points: $10 for standard sound quality and $20 for “lossless high fidelity sound quality.”
Few other details were released about the streaming service.
Kanye West, Daft Punk, Alicia Keys, Jack White and Nicki Minaj also were among the artists who announced at a New York City event Monday that they are co-owners of the service that quietly launched in October. Keys said the artists hope Tidal will “forever change the course of music history” and ensure the viability of the industry.
The celebrities — who also included Jason Aldean, Usher, members of Arcade Fire and deadmau5 — stood in a line onstage as Keys spoke to the audience at Skylight at Moynihan Station in Manhattan. Most of them wore black as a sign of solidarity. Keys called the event “a graduation.”
It is being offered at two price points: $10 for standard sound quality and $20 for “lossless high fidelity sound quality.”
Daft Punk guess they sold out?