The Mosquito" is a song by American rock band the Doors from their 1972 album Full Circle. In the same year it was released as a single. It was translated into French (under the title "Le Moustique") by Pierre Delanoë. The French version was recorded by Joe Dassin. It was included on his 1972 album Joe and in 1973 released as a single. 7" Single CBS 1339 (1973, France). Le moustique" (2:18). C'est ma tournée" (3:10). 7" Single CBS 1339 (1973, Yugoslavia).
The Hit Parade is a 2002 album by PUFFY. Tracks in this album are covers of hits from the 1970s and 1980s. The album peaked at No. 10 on the Japanese Albums Chart. Image Down" (1982) (Original artist: Boowy). Hurricane" (1981) (Original artist: Rats & Star). Ai ga Tomaranai - Turn It into Love (1988) -" (Original artist: Kylie Minogue). Cherry" (1996) (Original artist: Spitz). High-Teen Boogie" (1982) (Original artist: Masahiko Kondo). Aishuu Deito" (1979) (Original artist: Leif Garrett.
Mayday Parade is the third studio album by American rock band Mayday Parade. It was released by Fearless on October 4, 2011. The album debuted at number 12 on the . Billboard 200, selling near to 27,000 copies in its first week, becoming the band's second highest charted album to date. In March 2009 it was announced Mayday Parade had signed to Atlantic. While working on their major label debut, Anywhere but Here (2009), Atlantic expected the band to make a pop album
Band Name Puffy AmiYumi. Album Name The Hit Parade. Data de aparición 20 Febrero 2002. Labels Sony Music Epic Records. 8. Hito Ni Yasashiku (the Blue Hearts Cover). 9. Choushou (Beat Takeshi Cover). 10. Kakkoman Boogie (Downtown Boogie Woogie Band Cover).
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The Hit Parade (album). Studio album by Puffy AmiYumi. The Hit Parade is a 2002 album by PUFFY. Tracks in this album are covers of hits from the 1970s and 1980s Track listing. Image Down" (Original artist: Boowy). Kakkoman Boogie" (Original artist: Downtown Boogie Woogie Band).
The band tracked the whole song, but Gerard felt that song's lyrics weren't saying anything to him, and neither was the chorus. So they changed a few things. At first, they basically just changed one note in the chorus and it let Gerard find another approach to the song, and that's where the hook of the song came from. I just have very fond memories of that song because it started out in a completely different form. On the 10th anniversary of the album "The Black Parade," Rock Sound presented the tribute album, performed by various artists. Crown the Empire performed their cover of "Welcome to the Black Parade" on this album. In the interview with Seymour Duncan, Ray Toro admitted, that the band used for the recording the same guitars they played live. However, in the official video, they are seen using completely different guitars.
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