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What a Feelin' is the second album by American singer-songwriter Irene Cara and her most successful album to date. Released in November 2, 1983, this album is dominated by dance-pop and Euro disco songs produced by the legendary producer Giorgio Moroder, unlike her R&B-heavy debut. Many of the songs were co-written by Cara herself. The album includes the major hit singles, "The Dream (Hold On to Your Dream)" (. What a Feeling" (her only hit in the .
I'm feelin' so sexy (ha ha) Come undress me, I'm feelin' so sexy Well I'm way over on the south side, Cruisin' in the lac, But Imma make it to your crib, In about four minutes flat Keep talkin' how you talkin', Baby, what you got on? I got a black lace bra, Leather boots and a thong, Well I'll be there in a double, Expect when I step through the door That it's about to be Some motherfuckin' trouble Ooh what you gonna do? Sweat you out til' you thirsty, Pin your body to the ground, And have you beggin' for mercy Ooh baby wait a m. .
No Mercy is the seventh studio album by American hip hop recording artist . It was released on December 7, 2010, by Grand Hustle Records and Atlantic Records. Recording sessions for the album took place during 2009 to 2010. Production was handled by several high-profile record producers, including Kanye West, Polow da Don, The-Dream, .
No Mercy (Daddy Yankee album). No Mercy is the debut studio album by Puerto Rican singer Daddy Yankee and was released in April 1995 by independent labels White Lion Records and BM Records. Daddy Yankee made the album alongside reggaeton pioneer DJ Playero. This album had rhythms of hip hop, reggae and dancehall. During this time, Daddy Yankee was known as "Winchesta 30-30" or "Winchesta Yankee"
Another highlight is an inventive Phil Wilson arrangement of "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy," and even "Alfie" (a melodic feature for altoist Art Pepper) and "Ode to Billie Joe" come across well. In addition to the original LP program, three selections were released for the first time on this CD. "Chelsea Bridge" is particularly significant, for it showcases Pepper, who was making a brief (and unsuccessful) comeback seven years before he finally returned to the scene.
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Written By – Siegler*
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Written By – Siegler*
NotesAnother version exists with the B-side alternately titled as "To Whom It May Involve" Mercy - Feelin Easy.
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