Super 8 - Super 8 album download
|King Of The World||3:06|
|Heavens Don't Cry||4:08|
|Here We Go Again||4:57|
|162 014-2||Super 8||Super 8 (CD, Album)||Hollywood Records||162 014-2||UK & Europe||1996|
|HR 62014 2||Super 8||Super 8 (CD, Album)||Hollywood Records||HR 62014 2||US||1996|
|HR-62014 2||Super 8||Super 8 (CD, Album)||Hollywood Records||HR-62014 2||Canada||1996|
|PRCD-62014-2||Super 8||Super 8 (CD, Album, Ltd, Promo, Dig)||Hollywood Records||PRCD-62014-2||US||1996|
|HR 62014 2||Super 8||Super 8 (CD, Album, Promo)||Hollywood Records||HR 62014 2||US||1996|
An album which can't possibly be compared to the sheer class and quality of the previous two (released on Anjunabeats). Having said that, it's also in a league of it's own. Yes, the style is waaaay more mainstream, but I really got like this album. I just said to myself - stop comparing! This album is very cool in it's own right, full of energy and recognizable melodies, with a unmistakable modern 'super8&tab' feel to all of them. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Super 8 is a 2011 American science fiction monster thriller film written, co-produced, and directed by J. J. Abrams and produced by Steven Spielberg. The film was shot in Weirton, West Virginia and surrounding areas, masquerading as the fictional town of Lillian, Ohio.
Album: Super 8. Genre: Electronic. Quality: 320Kbps, Lossless. Album: Late Night Feelings. Genre: Pop. Released: 2019.
Super 8 Cynics by Super 8 Cynics, released 17 September 2012 1. Fate 2. Can't Escape 3. Best of Me 4. Limited Blindness 5. Anything That Moves 6. Doing What I've Always Done 7. I Should Know You Better 8. Imaginary Wars 9. Don't Give Up On Me Now 10. Hollywood Lied 11. Change 12. No Tomorrow Super 8 Cynics’ self-titled debut album combines lyrical maturity and experienced musicianship to create an anthemic pop sound that’s both retro and contemporary.
Abrams wasn’t shy about calling Super 8, his 2011 coming-of-age sci-fi film, a love letter to Steven Spielberg, so it only makes sense that composer Michael Giacchino would craft a score that echoes the glory days of Spielberg's partner in crime, John Williams.