Freak Show is the second studio album by Australian alternative rock band Silverchair. It was recorded between May and November 1996 and released on 4 February 1997 by record labels Murmur and Epic. It was nominated for the 1997 ARIA Music Award for Best Group, but lost to Savage Garden. Silverchair began recording their second studio album, Freak Show, in May 1996 while experiencing the success of their debut album, 1995's Frogstomp, in Australia and the US.
Transistor: Original Soundtrack by Darren Korb, released 20 May 2014 1. Old Friends 2. Stained Glass 3. Forecast 4. The Spine 5. Coasting 6. Vanishing Point 7. Traces 8. Water Wall 9. Cut Apart 10. In Circles 11. Gold Leaf 12. Heightmap 13. Dormant 14. Apex Beat 15. Gateless 16. Sandbox 17. We All Become 18. Interlace 19. Tangent 20. Signals 21. Impossible 22. Blank Canvas 23. Paper Boats 24. She Shines This is the Original Soundtrack for the game "Transistor" from Supergiant Games, with music by Darren Korb. released May 20, 2014.
Freak Me" is a song by American R&B group Silk. It was released in February 1993 as the second single from their debut album, Lose Control. It was co-written and co-produced by Keith Sweat, for whom Silk was a touring opening act. Tim Cameron, Jimmy Gates and Gary "Lil G" Jenkins sing lead on the song. The song was the group's highest charting hit, reaching number-one on both the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks, and the . Hot R&B Singles chart for eight weeks
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Jesus Freak is the fourth studio album by the band DC Talk and was released on November 21, 1995 on ForeFront Records. The album was released to both critical and commercial acclaim. It peaked at number 16 on the Billboard 200 and six of the album's seven singles reached number-one across various Christian radio formats. Compared to DC Talk's other albums, Jesus Freak was, stylistically, an experiment. The album was a fusion of various musical genres, including pop, rock, and grunge, all combined with hip ho. .The title track, "Jesus Freak," is also of historical importance
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