Album Track

Some articles on album, album track:

The Rocker
... "The Rocker" is a song by Irish rock group Thin Lizzy, included on their 1973 album Vagabonds of the Western World ... It was also released as a single in a 241 edited format, the original album track stretching to 517, most of the extra length being taken up by an extended guitar solo by Eric Bell ... The b-side of the single in most territories was the album track "Here I Go Again", but in Germany the non-album track "A Ride in the Lizzy Mobile" was featured ...
Cash Cash - Discography - Singles
... Year Title Album 2009 "Party in Your Bedroom" Take It to the Floor "Everytime We Touch" non-album track 2010 "Forever Young" non-album track "Red Cup (I Fly Solo)" non-album track 2011 "Victim of Love" Love or Lust ... Jeffree Star) 2012 "Michael Jackson" "Overtime" non-album track ...
Burning Questions (album) - Single Releases
... Questions" / "Waiting For Godot" (non-album track) (Warren) - 334 ('The Korgis', SON 2284, November 1985) "Burning Questions" (Extended) - 804 / "Waiting For Godot" ('The Korgis', 12" SONL 2284, November 1985) "They ...
Guten Tag - Tracklist
... Furthermore, a remix of another album track - “Die Zeit heilt alle Wunder” - was included ... singles “Müssen nur wollen” and “Denkmal” as well as the album track “Du erkennst mich nicht wieder” and the non-album track “Alphamännchen” ...
The Clutch Discography - 2008 - Usher - Here I Stand - LaFace
... What Happens Here Stays Here" (non-album track) (Mosley, Logan, Harmon, The Clutch - TBD members) Produced by Timbaland The Royal Court - King Logan Jerome Harmon Additional vocals by ... "Traffic" (non-album track) (Just Blaze), "Balewa Muhammad", Ezekiel Lewis) Produced by Just Blaze 00 ... "Dirt" (non-album track) (J ...

Famous quotes containing the words track and/or album:

    What is the use of going right over the old track again? There is an adder in the path which your own feet have worn. You must make tracks into the Unknown.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    What a long strange trip it’s been.
    Robert Hunter, U.S. rock lyricist. “Truckin’,” on the Grateful Dead album American Beauty (1971)