Sugar Bros. - Don't Dance (Cool Is The Message) album download
|A||Don't Dance (Cool Is The Message)||3:54|
|B||Don't Dance (Cool Is The Message) (Sugar Mix)||3:24|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Akropolis Musik & Film GmbH
- Written-By – Matthias Härtl, Tomas Friedrich
NotesThis promo version of the release has no credits on labels, only a generic label bearing the words: "Unverkäufliche Musterplatte" and number 2040417 stamped on it.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 5 099920 404178
- Label Code: LC 0193
|1C 006-2 04041 7||Sugar Bros.*||Don't Dance (Cool Is The Message) (7", Single)||Electrola||1C 006-2 04041 7||Germany||1990|
|1C 060-20 4041 6||Sugar Brothers||Don't Dance (Cool Is The Message...) (12", Single)||Electrola||1C 060-20 4041 6||Germany||1990|
My Love Is Cool is the debut studio album by the alternative rock band Wolf Alice, released on 22 June 2015 in the UK and 23 June 2015 in the US on Dirty Hit Records. This album includes the previously released singles "Bros" and "Fluffy" in re-recorded versions, and was preceded by the songs "Giant Peach" and "You're a Germ"
Don't push me, ’cause I'm close to the edge I'm trying not to lose my head It's like a jungle sometimes It makes me wonder how I keep from going under. Standing on the front stoop, hanging out the window Watching all the cars go by, roaring as the breezes blow Crazy lady, living in a bag Eating out of garbage pails, used to be a fag hag Said she'll dance the tango, skip the light fandango A Zircon princess seemed to lost her senses Down at the peep show watching. Don't push me, ’cause I'm close to the edge I'm trying not to lose my head It's like a jungle sometimes It makes me wonder how I keep from going under.
Sugar, Sugar at Cool Math Games: A cool game where you draw paths on to the screen to guide the sugar into the cup of the same color. Beat all levels of Sugar, Sugar to unlock free mode. Don't crash! Leap over the hurdles and across the platforms to reach the finish line. It's hard to be an Olympian. Can you beat the first level? Snake. Ever played the classic game Snake? Slither around and eat the apples to grow your snake as long as possible. But don't hit the wall, or eat your own tail! Basketball Master 2.
Demi Lovato is a 22 year-old former Disney Pop Princess who launched a pop career that's found special success among the club/dance crowd; her followers call themselves "Lovatics. Beginning her career on Barney & Friends, Lovato moved on to Camp Rock in 2008 and finally was the star in Sonny with a Chance. Cool for the Summer" is Lovato wondering what it would be like to be sexually involved with a fellow woman. com says, "Demi Lovato has made no secret of her strong support of the LGBT community, and in a nation where marriage equality is now the law of the land, she has released a pop anthem reflecting the new reality. In fact, the case can be made that Lovato is actually building on what Katy Perry's song began. In Verse 1, Demi Lovato sings, "Tell me what you want, What you like, It's okay, I'm a little curious to.
My Love Is Cool is full of fiery grunge pop. The crisscrossing guitars in Giant Peach chase something you can’t quite see before hurling themselves into a train wreck. Then there’s the polished riffs of You’re A Germ, a youthful attempt at a riotous love letter. The band’s previously released version of Bros saw guitars at the forefront holding Rowsell’s vocals up behind them. On the album version, her vocals are hard to escape, dolled up in heavy reverb and mixed right to the front. Bros is still a concise pop song, but its driving energy gets toned down too many notches. Grit aside, Wolf Alice have a knack for writing pop hooks, and their songs are sturdy enough to let them play around with glitter. Indie rock sentimentality takes a back seat in hits like Freazy and Lisbon.
Wolf Alice's debut album is one of 2015's most anticipated homegrown debuts, thanks not to them running their mouths or having the right management, but three years of hard touring punctuated by just four EPs. In the UK, My Love is Cool is being touted as grunge’s second (or, ninth) coming, when really it affirms the tentative coming-of-age story in guitarist/singer Ellie Rowsell’s lyrics by refusing to settle for a single identity at this early stage. Wolf Alice are best at capturing sensations.