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The Circus is the second studio album by Erasure, released on 30 March 1987 by Mute Records in Germany and the UK and 7 July 1987 by Sire Records in the USA. It was Erasure's second consecutive album to be produced by Flood. The Circus became the duo's breakthrough in the UK, spawning four hit singles and reaching number six. It was an immediate success thanks to the number two UK placing of the first single "Sometimes", six months earlier. The album remains Erasure's longest-running on the UK charts.
Circus is the sixth studio album of Argent, released in 1975 by Epic (PE 33422), and distributed by CBS. It was the last album as part of their contract with CBS Records and the first after the departure of founding member/lead vocalist/guitarist Russ Ballard. New lead vocalist John Verity was added at the recommendation of Ballard (Verity's band had supported Argent during their previous tour and had impressed Ballard).
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Album The Other Side Of Kindness. Back of Your Mind Lyrics. It ain't easy being lazy But there really ain't much for me in here And all the streetlights drive me crazy It's hard to drive when you ain't the one to steer Cracked wet sidewalks But I'm still walking blind Oh and the view it ain't nothing When I'm living in the back of your mind. The back of your mind is where I'll be Swimming with the put offs In a mostly red wine sea And what was that thought that you just lost And now you can't seem to find Just let.
Album Name The Circus. Erscheinungsdatum 1987. Labels Mute EMI Records. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen2.
Circus" is a song recorded by American singer Britney Spears for her sixth studio album of the same name (2008). It was released on December 2, 2008, by Jive Records as the second single from the album. Written by Dr. Luke, Claude Kelly and Benny Blanco, "Circus" is a metaphor for the public's perception of Spears' life. After she listened to the track for the first time, she felt inspired to create an album and a tour with a circus theme. Circus" is an uptempo electropop and dance-pop song with elements of pop rock and "half-rapped" vocals. Circus" was a commercial success, peaking inside the top-ten in Australia, Canada, Denmark, New Zealand, and Sweden, while reaching top-twenty positions in many European countries.