Flamman - TrickyTrack – This Time MP3 version. 1331 downloads at 14 mb/s. Label: Stranded Rekords – Rek 081 Type: Vinyl, 7", Single Country: Sweden Date of released: Category: Rock, Pop Style
An Alternative and Pop song that uses Electric Guitar and Piano to emote its Chill and Love moods. License All This Time by Lone Waves. When you start your move I move with you, right turn left turn Anytime you turn I turn on. Even after all this time (I canʼt let go, I canʼt let go) Even after all this time (I canʼt let go, I canʼt let go) In the darkness I still see the light. Even after all this time, all this time. You Show me what It takes to love How to give enough I know
Listen to music from Flamman like Good To Go and I'll Be Your Only Friend. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Flamman. After years in the background with his guitar, Per "Flamman" Westling finally takes the step forward as singer/songwriter and guitarist in his own band Flamman. During the years I've been playing with other people I also have been writing my own songs, but it was not until a while ago that I realised that I actually could sing them myself.
Flamman & Abraxas saw a potential for opening the mainly underground scene of gabber with this group by making the sound more pop oriented and thus introducing the new genre to a mainstream audience. The album mainly consists of cover versions of existing songs set in a fast gabber beat. The remade songs were not only pop songs, but included songs like Sarin which is based on heavy metal and Hakkefest which is based on a Wagner's Flying Dutchman Steuerman with 200 bpm drums set underneath
This Time is the fifth album by American country music artist Dwight Yoakam. Three of its tracks barely missed the top spot on the Billboard Hot Country Singles charts, each peaking at No. 2: "Ain't That Lonely Yet," "A Thousand Miles from Nowhere," and "Fast as You," the latter being his last Top 10 single. Two other tracks also rose into the charts: "Try Not to Look So Pretty" at No. 14 and "Pocket of a Clown" at No. 22. The album itself peaked at No. 4 on the Top Country Albums chart.