Point of No Return is the sixth studio album by R&B singer Keyshia Cole; it was released on October 7, 2014, by Interscope Records and Universal Music Group and served as Cole's final album with the label. The album features production from various music producers including Tim Kelley of Tim & Bob, Mike Will Made It, DJ Mustard, WillieDonut, Amadeus, Stargate and features guest appearances by 2 Chainz, Juicy J, Gavyn Rhone, Wale, August Alsina, Faith Evans and Future.
Point of No Return is the first album by Systems in Blue, released in 2005. It contains 13 songs, such as "Magic Mystery", released as single in 2004. Point of No Return"–3:27. A Thousand and One Nights"–3:51. Every Little Thing"–3:59. The Story Of Lara Layne"–4:52. Calling Lady Loraine"–3:24. Le Vent M'A Dit"–4:17. Can't Stand The Pain"–3:30.
Point of No Return (Exposé song). Point of No Return" is a single by Exposé, released on March 11, 1985. Written and produced by Lewis Martineé, the single was originally released in 1984 on the Pantera label with Alejandra Lorenzo (Alé) as the lead singer. The single was re-recorded in 1987 with Jeanette Jurado as the lead vocalist and included on the group's debut album, Exposure (1987).
Epic hardcore album, Fracus & Darwin did a good job building that mindblowing album. Some tracks are pretty wicked, contagious and some tracks are pretty dirty. It's like a ride on the all hardcore spectrum which never come back. For some reason that album has been called "Point of No Return", after listen that album, your life it won't never be the same.
Genres: Neoclassical Metal, Instrumental. Songs: Inquisition, In 2040, on the Beach, Wings of Destiny, El Giza, Requiem, Stranger to You. .
Point Of No Return" Album Intro (Last Tango). Keyshia Cole - Intro (Last Tango). Keyshia Cole - Heat Of Passion (Official Video).
She takes it to her most explicit level yet on Point of No Return. The dark tone of her sixth album is set immediately with an EKG-like effect in the intro, which leads to "Heat of Passion," a sprawling ballad where Cole details her man's tryst and spits, "All that over some funk-ass pussy. She defiantly offers "I ain't catchin' no cases," only to later threaten, "Somebody better call the paramedic. There are points where it sounds like Cole is shaking. The song is so intense that background vocalist Faith Evans' support seems like.