That's Why" Released: March 27, 1991. The Party is the eponymous debut album by the band of the same name. It was the first full-length release on Hollywood Records, which was released August 1990. The Party worked with the industry's top writers and producers at the time, such as Stephen Bray, Jellybean Benitez, Andre Cymone, and Deborah Gibson. That's Why (Stephen Bray, Linda Mallah) - 4:43 - Albert. Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda (Michael Price, Terry Lupton, Mark Holden) - 4:02 - Deedee. I Found Love (Anne Preven) - 3:33 - Tiffini & Damon.
The Party is the debut album by the teen group of the same name.
To translate on that record, it took half a year mixing it. Alice: We wanted to elevate it from the live sound, but keep that energy - not make it too clinical. Rakel: We realized afterward we created a party album. A lot of people are like "I listen to this before I go out, when I'm putting my lipstick on and I'm dancing in my room. And that's such a great compliment. We didn't plan on that. There's a song called "Fuck You Up" (". ) and people really like to listen to it in traffic.
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Last night was kinda blurry but I made it Got a little crazy Couple girls I woulda never had a chance with Showed up, it was all in Got to talking, now we're spinning on the dance floor And all we wanna do is party all night 'Cause every song playing is ours.
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The album opens with a wordless incantation by Wilson, Love and Al Jardine, with longtime collaborators Bruce Johnston and Jeffrey Foskett (veteran colleague David Marks is also onboard). It’s like the start of a church service – and it leads into the title track, a harmony-robed slow dance about the days before Pandora streamed in our Priuses. Part of a 50th-anniversary reunion that includes a world tour, That’s Why God Made the Radio is, to some degree, a sugary, brand-claiming nostalgiafest. But thanks to Wilson’s return, it’s also an ambitious statement – perhaps a final one – on a legacy that’s as much defined by confusion and creative cul-de-sacs as by Pet Sounds. The album is an un- even but deeply touching work by a clearly flawed Great Band – one that, at its best, always aimed for the heavens, even if it didn’t always reach them. Listen to ‘That’s Why God Made the Radio’