No Surprises - Even - Downpayment On Future Glories (1995 - 2003) (CD, Album)

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  1. “The Next Day” doesn’t quite live up to the other surprises on this list. It was announced on Jan. 8, (Bowie's 66th birthday), with a music video and officially released two months later.
  2. In this exclusive new interview for Oasis Recording Info, the Grammy award-winning producer Neil Dorfsman, perhaps best known for his work with such diverse artists as Dire Straits, Sting, Björk, and Paul McCartney, speaks for the first time about remixing Oasis’s classic album (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? in surround sound for the Super Audio CD edition.
  3. reviews Marvin Gaye You're The Man. Nearly 50 years after it was initially planned to be released, Marvin Gaye's album You're The Man is finally available. To understand why it was so delayed, Jim and Greg turn to producer Ayana Contreras, an expert on soul music. In their review, Jim and Greg agree the album is a gift and a perfect bridge between What's Going On and Let's Get It On.
  4. No Surprises by Glaze, released 02 June Note to self No Surprise And it goes on, and on, and on Note to self No Surprise Open ears and open eyes I don't wanna see my youth I go back to memories / those memories are sweet I go back to memories / but memories deceive.
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  6. Recording. Singer Thom Yorke wrote "No Surprises" while Radiohead was touring with R.E.M. in Yorke introduced the song to the rest of the band in their dressing room in Oslo, Norway on August 3rd, Later, the lyrics were rewritten and a glockenspiel melody was added. It was the first song recorded in the sessions for OK annapissoudelicihopersubtstomous.coinfo said the "childlike guitar sound set the mood B-side: "Palo Alto", "How I Made My Millions".
  7. In Japan, it was released physically in two versions: "Momoiro Clover Z Edition" (on CD and Blu-ray) and "Kiss Edition" (CD only).[][] An alternate mix of the single's title song was also included as an opening track on the Japanese-only SHM-CD album Best .
  8. The task of making what is essentially a song rant interesting is a mighty one indeed, and on Fifteen's release, Surprise!, the group almost accomplishes this remarkable feat. Fifteen sets up a nice sonic background for Jeff Ott's railing against the Man. There are a few memorable choruses and cleverly phrased missives concerning predictable targets like the police, punk sellouts.

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