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How Dare You by Electric Six, released 13 October 2017 1. Chicken Wine 2. Arrive Alive 3. She's A Forgery 4. The Hotel Mary Chang 5. Sex With Somebody 6. Dark Politics 7. How Dare You? 8. The Chimes of Titus 9. The Lovliest Man In Town 10. Hatchet Man 11. Nightwaves 12. Routine Cocooning 13. A Quiet Man Electric Six has been lucky enough to survive fifteen years in the dirty, filthy music industry, so it is fitting that they are still around to release their unlucky thirteenth record "HOW DARE YOU" this fall on Metropolis Records
How Dare You? (Electric Six album). How Dare You? is the sixteenth album by Detroit rock band Electric Six and the thirteenth in their official canon. It was released on October 13, 2017. It is their longest studio album to date.
Double Dare is the debut studio album by American pop punk band Waterparks, released on November 4, 2016. On August 31, 2016, Waterparks revealed the album's title, artwork, and release date via social media and released the first single from the record, 'Stupid for You'. The first track, "Hawaii (Stay Awake)", premiered on September 30 on the Sirius XM Hits1 Pete Wentz's Hits and Misses Show and was released on October 3.
After scoring their commercial breakthrough with "I'm Not in Love" from 1975's The Original Soundtrack, 10cc continued to build on their good fortune with How Dare You. It didn't spawn another massive hit like "I'm Not in Love," but it is a well-crafted album that shows off 10cc 's eccentric humor and pop smarts in equal measure. This time, the hit singles were "I'm Mandy Fly Me" and "Art for Art's Sake
How Dare You! is the fourth album by British band 10cc. Released in 1976, it included UK hit singles "I'm Mandy Fly Me" and "Art for Art's Sake". It was also the last 10cc album to feature the original line-up of Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman, Kevin Godley, and Lol Creme, with the latter two departing to work on their own musical projects, and eventually becoming music video pioneers. The album was the band's third to feature cover artwork by the Hipgnosis creative team. 1 Writing and recording.
Tracklist: 1. How Dare You, 2. Lazy Ways, 3. I Wanna Rule The World, 4. I’m Mandy Fly Me, 5. Iceberg, 6. Art For Arts Sake, 7. Rock ‘n’ Roll Lullaby, 8. Head Room, 9. Don’t Hang U. 3. I Wanna Rule The World.
10cc how dare you album cover, how dare you 10cc album How Dare You! is the fourth album by British band 10cc Released in 1976, it included UK hit singles "I'm Mandy Fly Me" and "Art for Art's Sake" It was also the last 10cc album by the original line-up of Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman, Kevin. Godley, and Lol Creme, with the latter two departing to work on their own musical projects, and eventually becoming music video pioneers The album was the band's third with cover artwork by the Hipgnosis creative team. The Original Soundtrack. How Dare You! Deceptive Bends.
|A1||Now I Realize|
|A2||Fuck Off Thatcher|
|A3||How Dare You|
|B1||Who Cries For The Hungry?|
|B2||No One Hears The Screams|
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