Deja Vu - Why? Why? Why? mp3 album
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Why you in the club looking like you out your zone? Now be discreet and pull out your phone and put my number in it Text a nigga when your man leave you unattended On a scale from 1 to 10 that girl's a hundred and I want it No question, I know destiny well And though I sin the Lord blessing me still Every saint got a past, every sinner got . We had already made Deja Vu, like that song was literally made for his last album and we just knew it would fit better because of the story he wanted to tell on the album. Cole had already made the song, so when Bryson’s album came out and we heard it, it was a feeling like, Damn, he used the same sample. But to Cole, it don’t matter. He’s not competing with Bryson.
Controlled by Hatred, Feel Like Shi. éjà Vu is the fourth album by American crossover thrash band Suicidal Tendencies, released on October 17, 1989 by Epic Records. Despite containing re-recorded songs of previously released material, Controlled by Hatred, Feel Like Shi. éjà Vu is still considered a studio album rather than an EP or a compilation album
Deja Vu" is a song by American rapper J. Cole, released on December 9, 2016 from his fourth studio album, 4 Your Eyez Only. It was released on January 10, 2017, as the first single off the album. The song was written by Jermaine Cole and produced by Vinylz, Boi-1da, and Velous with additional production from Cole, Ron Gilmore. Deja Vu" contains samples of "Swing My Way" performed by K. P. & Envyi.
David Crosby’s Deja Vu has little or no tune and fails totally to capture the eerie feeling that accompanies a real deja vu experience. Our House by Graham Nash is a flyweight ditty with nothing to say and makes this clear through its simpering melody. One’s disappointment with the album is heightened by the absurdity of its pretensions. The heralded leather cover turns out to be nothing more than crimpled cardboard. What a milestone - fake leatherette! The grainy portrait of the Old West characters on the cover looks less like Billy the Kid, the James Gang and Buffalo Bill than the waiting room for unemployed extras for Frontier Atmosphere Inc. Now then, which of you desperados is next? And, of course, the pretty gold leaf lettering turns out to be yellow Reynolds Wrap.
With déjà vu, a brief synaptic misfiring might occur in these areas, creating the illusion that the event has occurred before," Alan Brown, professor in the department of psychology at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, told Scientific American. These mini seizures are nothing to worry about, and Psychology Today noted that up to 70 percent of people report experiencing déjà vu, which is French for "already seen. Perhaps this is why you have more déjà vu when you're sleep deprived.
Deja Vu". Published June 22, 2016 by GUIANA, with 17,700+ Niconico views, 151,700+ YouTube views and 6,600+ bilibili views. And we'll go back in time Everything's the same We've fallen into place Why does this keep happening Crashing down with the lightning Smash my heart into pieces and sing These moments fall apart We've walked this path before You've said your lines, now it's Time to play my role once more And we'll restart The.
And when that's what Deja-Vu tees up, it offers a familiar, kinetic thrill. Every song on this album should sound like the title track, an updated disco rave-up featuring a chipper string section and Sia filling in ably for the late, great Ms. Summer. In the same vein, "Right Here Right Now" finds Kylie Minogue cooing over a funky thump evocative of roller rinks and extra-wide lapels. As he proves elsewhere, Moroder is perfectly capable of crafting delicious dance beats sans tricks or gimmicks. Deja-Vu is at its best when it sounds like a victory lap, not a labored attempt to keep up. This story originally appeared in the June 27 issue of Billboard.
Have you ever experienced a sudden feeling of familiarity while in a completely new place? Or the feeling you’ve had the exact same conversation with someone before? This feeling of familiarity is, of course, known as déjà vu (a French term meaning already seen ) and it’s reported to occur on an occasional basis in 60-80% of people. It’s an experience that’s almost always fleeting and it occurs at random. So what is responsible for these feelings of familiarity? Despite coverage in popular culture, experiences of déjà vu are poorly understood in scientific terms.
|A1||Why? Why? Why? (Deja Vu's From Belfast To Bosnia Club Edit)||3:43|
|A2||Why? Why? Why? (Rolo's Woodentops 93 Edit)||3:37|
|B||Why? Why? Why? (Deja Vu's From Belfast To Bosnia Club Mix)||6:24|
- Manufactured By – Fabelsound
- Distributed By – F.M. Records S.A.
- Composed By – Staples*, Rolo , Mawby*
NotesCover has a sticker with artist as "Déjà Vu". Artist on label is as on release.
Manufactured under license from Pulse 8 Records Limited to S.M.P. S.A.
Distributed in Greece by F.M. Records S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 2050 A'
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 2050 B'
- Rights Society: AEPI
|INT 827.224||Déjà Vu*||Why?Why?Why? (CD, Maxi)||Cowboy Records||INT 827.224||Germany||1993|
|INT 127.224||Deja Vu||Why?Why?Why? (12", Maxi)||Cowboy Records||INT 127.224||Germany||1993|
|RODEO 941 CD, RODEO941CD||Déjà Vu*||Why?Why?Why? (CD, Single)||Cowboy Records, Cowboy Records||RODEO 941 CD, RODEO941CD||UK||1993|
|Rodeo 94112||Déjà Vu*||Why? Why? Why? (12")||Cowboy Records||Rodeo 94112||UK||Unknown|
|RODEO 94112, 12 RODEO 94-1||Déjà Vu*||Why? Why? Why? (12")||Cowboy Records, Cowboy Records||RODEO 94112, 12 RODEO 94-1||UK||1993|