Hole In One - (Let's) Ride The Moon mp3 album
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Black Moon is the eighth studio album, and the first in fourteen years, by progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer, released in 1992. The track "Affairs of the Heart" originated in summer 1988 sessions by Lake with Geoff Downes under the project name Ride the Tiger.
Bm7 But only if you ride the tide. Fmaj7 And balanced on the biggest wave. G D7 D7b9 Em You race towards an early grave. Words and Music by Roger Waters, Nicholas Mason, David Gilmour and Rick Wright. E) (F (E) (F (E) (F (E) (F (A) (E) (F. G A7 And if your head explodes with dark forebodings too. C G Bm7 Em7 A A7 I'll see you on the dark side of the moon. D G7/D The lunatic is in my head. D E/D You raise the blade, you make the change. A7 D Dsus2 You re-arrange me 'till I'm sane. E/D And throw away the key.
The album was very nearly called Eclipse. From the beginning, the band had intended to call their new album Dark Side of the Moon – a reference to lunacy, as opposed to outer space – but when British heavy blues rockers Medicine Head released an album of the same name in 1972, it caused the Floyd to rechristen their project as Eclipse. We weren’t annoyed at Medicine Head, Gilmour told Sounds magazine. 3. Floyd fans were first treated to Dark Side of the Moon in concert more than a year before the album was actually released. Though the lush textures and spacious arrangements of Dark Side of the Moon make it sound like a purely studio project, the band actually aired out all of the songs in concert – in the exact same sequence that they would appear on the album – more than a year before the album’s official release.
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|(Let's) Ride The Moon (Original Radio Mix)||3:35|
|(Let's) Ride The Moon (Starcruise Radio Edit)||3:35|
|(Let's) Ride The Moon (Original Mix)||5:47|
|(Let's) Ride The Moon (Starcruise Mix)||7:33|
|(Let's) Ride The Moon (Laidback Luke Mix)||7:10|
|(Let's) Ride The Moon (DJ Remy Mix)||8:03|
|NUT 700032||Hole In One||(Let's) Ride The Moon (CD, Maxi)||Nutrition||NUT 700032||Netherlands||1998|
|NUT 031||Hole In One||Ride The Moon (12")||Nutrition||NUT 031||Netherlands||1998|
|NEO12043||Hole In One||Ride The Moon (12", Promo)||Neo||NEO12043||UK||2000|
|NEO12043C||Hole In One||Ride The Moon (12", S/Sided, Ltd, TP)||Black & Blue||NEO12043C||UK||2000|
|NEO12043||Hole In One||Ride The Moon (12")||Neo||NEO12043||UK||2001|
|71-998||Hole In One Featuring L.U.S.T||Hole In One Featuring L.U.S.T - (Let's) Ride The Moon (12")||Essential||71-998||Spain||2002|
|NUT 031||Hole In One||Ride The Moon (12", W/Lbl)||Nutrition||NUT 031||Netherlands||Unknown|
|NEO12043||Hole In One||Ride the Moon (12")||Black & Blue||NEO12043||UK||Unknown|