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Submarine Bells is an album by New Zealand group the Chills, released in 1990. This was the band's first album on a major label, as Martin Phillipps signed to Warner Bros. Records subsidiary Slash Records, to release the album in the . The album reached on the New Zealand album charts and had significant support from American college radio. The album was awarded gold status in New Zealand and represents the peak of the Chills' popularity at home.
To have chills go down one’s spine is to feel extremely worrisome or excitable. It can be when one hears something particularly beautiful or particularly fearsome. One may literally feel a shiver or goosebumps down one’s back, but not necessarily. The idiom has many different forms. It can be chill, chills, shiver, or shivers that either go up or down one’s back or spine. Something can send this feeling or the feeling can run or crawl.
Wrapped Up" is a song by English singer-songwriter Olly Murs, released as the lead single from his fourth studio album, Never Been Better (2014). It features American rapper Travie McCoy. The song was released on 7 October 2014 in France and 16 November 2014 in the United Kingdom by Epic Records and Syco Music. It was written by Murs, McCoy, Steve Robson and Claude Kelly, and it was produced by Robson. The song was originally going to be called "Scandalous"