Gorky Park - Peace In Our Time album download
|1||Peace In Our Time (Edit)||4:57|
|2||Peace In Our Time (LP Version)||5:56|
|007, 876 522-4 77||Gorky Park||Peace In Our Time (Cass, Single)||Mercury, PolyGram||007, 876 522-4 77||US||1989|
|S/N-943-A, S/N-943-B||Gorky Park||Paz En Nuestro Tiempo (7", Single, Promo)||PolyGram||S/N-943-A, S/N-943-B||Mexico||1989|
Gorky Park is the debut album by Russian hard rock band Gorky Park, released in 1989 by Mercury Records, after Jon Bon Jovi & Richie Sambora of Bon Jovi expressed interest in the band (and co-produced the album) and got them signed to Mercury, Bon Jovi's label. It features the band's first hit single, "Bang", that has a mix of Russian and English lyrics and was put into rotation on MTV. All music composed by Gorky Park, except where noted.
no pretty little picture Open up your eyes I need some peace, a little peace We got to get out alive. Chorus: Peace in our time, peace in our mind Everybody's got their cross to bear Tell me, where do we go from here I need some peace in my mind We need some peace in our time.
Redirected from Peace in our time (disambiguation)). Peace in Our Time may refer to: Peace in Our Time, a 1923 novel by Oliver Onions. Peace in Our Time, a 1985 non-fiction book by David Atkinson. Peace in Our Time?, a 1991 non-fiction book by June Goodfield and Mary Fitzgerald. The Silent Battle or Peace in Our Time, a 1939 British film. In Avengers: Age of Ultron, 'Peace in our time' is used by both Tony Stark and Ultron to describe Ultron's mission.
Gorky Park : Gorky Park,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. 4. Sometimes at Night. 5. Peace in Our Time. 8. Child of the Wind.
Complete your Gorky Park collection. Gorky Park – Peace In Our Time.
Peace in Our Time is the fourth studio album by Scottish band Big Country, released in 1988. All songs written and composed by Stuart Adamson; except where noted. Peace in Our Time" is a song by American rock singer Eddie Money, from the album/CD Greatest Hits: The Sound of Money. It debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart on December 2, 1989 and reached a peak position of number 11. The song was written by Andy Hill and Peter Sinfield.
The lead track "Bang" with its mix of Russian and English lyrics gave the band its first hit. The album also contains a collaboration with Bon Jovi, "Peace I Our Time," a ballad about the end of the cold war. The strangest tune is a cover of the Who's "My Generation" that when sung in the hair metal style appears to be a bit of a hack cover, until the band breaks into a Russian chorus giving the song a decent yet somewhat weird update. Despite the presence of some run-of-the-mill hair metal filler, this album holds up rather well