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The Angels is the first album by Australian hard rock band, The Angels, which was released in August 1977. It was produced by Vanda & Young (The Easybeats) at Sydney's Albert Studios. It included a re-recorded version of their debut single, "Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again" (March 1976) and provided their second single, "You're a Lady Now", in July 1977. By the mid-1980s "Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again" had developed a cult status with the audience responding with "No way, get fucked, fuck off!".
The Glamorous Life (full title Sheila E. in The Glamorous Life) is the first album by the ssionist Sheila . .The title track, "The Glamorous Life", entered the US top ten and her second single, "The Belle of St. Mark" charted in the US, UK, Ireland, Netherlands and New Zealand. All tracks written by Sheila E, except where noted. Sheila E. – lead vocals, percussion, director. Jesse Johnson – guitars. David Coleman – cello on "Oliver's House" and "The Glamorous Life".
Music video by Fergie performing Glamorous. am Music Group/A&M Records.
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Glamorous is a song recorded by American singer Fergie for her debut studio album, The Dutchess, features guest vocals from American rapper Ludacris and from producer Polow Da Don. Lyrically, the song deals with Fergie staying true to who she is, despite her fame and success. The song was released as the official second single from the album and peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Fergie’s second number one hit on the chart as a solo artist.
|1||Ravenous Hips: A Skull And Crossbones|
|2||Peeking Wolves Plunder|
|4||Decay In The Face Of An Angel|
|5||Optoelectronics: An Adult Feature|
|6||Blazing Traces Of Blue Waves|