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Danny  - Take Me Home flac album
Title:
Take Me Home
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Style:
Indie Pop, Indie Rock
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FLAC album size:
1876 mb
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Rating:
4.3 ✪

Album Art Album Cover. Live While We're Young" Art. "Kiss You" Art. "Little Things" Art. More on Genius. Take Me Home " Track Info. Release Date November 9, 2012. Take Me Home One Direction. 22. Kiss You (Sharoque Remix). About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space.

Take Me Home is a song from Hollywood Undead 's fourth album, Day of the Dead. Charlie Scene spoke to Artist Direct about the track. I listen to a lot of country and western music. It's got that old-school Spaghetti Western vibe. Think of the soundtrack to Django Unchained. I wanted to make a song that had a little bit of that in it. It started at my house trying to put a hint of a Spaghetti Western in a Hollywood Undead song. Lyrically, that's the point of view of an old cowboy

Take Me Home is the fifteenth studio album by American singer-actress Cher, released on January 25, 1979 on Casablanca Records. The RIAA certified it gold on May 17 of that year for the sales of 500,000 copies in the US. Take Me Home was Cher's first album of 1979, and also her first released by Casablanca Records. It was produced by Bob Esty and Ron Dante, and most of the songs were written by Michele Aller and Bob Esty. This marked the beginning of her brief venture into disco music.

Songs: 1. Live While We’re Young 2. Kiss You 3. Little Things 4. C’mon, C’mon 5. Last First Kiss 6. Heart Attack 7. Rock Me 8. Change My Mind 9. I Would. One Direction-Take Me Home Full Album. Songs: 1. I Would 10. Over Again 11. Back For You 12.

Check out the full tracklist below. One Direction, Take Me Home. 1. ‘Live While We’re Young’ 2. ‘Kiss You’ 3. ‘Little Things’ 4. ‘C’mon, C’mon’ 5. ‘Last First Kiss’ 6. ‘Heart Attack’ 7. ‘Rock Me’ 8. ‘Change My Mind’ 9. ‘I Would’ 10. ‘Over Again’ 11. ‘Back For You’ 12.

One Direction burst out of seemingly nowhere to take the entire planet by storm (though, of course, we've been following them for quite a while here at PopCrush). Further, their debut, ‘Up All Night,’ was the top selling debut album of 2012 in the . Their live DVD went triple Platinum in the . and double Platinum in their native . making it the biggest selling music DVD of the year. They celebrated their sales - 12 million in total, broken down into 8 million singles, 3 million albums and 1 million DVDs - in August.

Rather than mess with a good thing, One Direction stick with this formula on the band's sophomore effort, 2012's Take Me Home.

Take Me Home picks up where One Direction's debut album left off, all punchy pop-rock anthems (the delirious opening salvo of Live While We’re Young and Kiss You ) and tender acoustic balladry (the Ed Sheeran-cowritten Little Things and Over Again ). Perhaps the album's most intriguing moments, however, are the Dr. Luke-produced, Queen-referencing Rock Me and the plaintive Change My Mind -both of which hint at the band’s more mature, stadium-slaying sound that was to come.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Take Me Home
2 Llévame A Casa
3 See U On The Other Side (Remastered Edit)
4 See U On The Other Side (Danny's Mix)
Remix – Danny
5 Take Me Home (Instrumental)