The Gravestones - Oh! What A Life mp3 album
- Performer: The Gravestones
- Title: Oh! What A Life
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: APE WAV WAV AIFF ASF VOX RA
- Released: 1995
- Style: Garage Rock
- MP3 album: 1413 mb
- FLAC album: 1265 mb
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 825
Oh, What a Life is the debut studio album by American indie rock band American Authors. The album was released by Island Def Jam label Mercury Records on March 3, 2014. The album serves as a replacement to the band's eponymous 2013 extended play, American Authors. American Authors first formed in 2006 in Boston, Massachusetts as The Blue Pages. The members of the band first met at the Berklee College of Music.
Oh, What A Life Lyrics. There was snow, There was snow Stretched for miles and more Where we buried, where we buried Our souls. Oh I long, Oh I long For them days left and gone Where we sang and where we danced to a brighter song. But now I look upon a field with bodies stretched out and I feel nothing But something's burning in my soul I let it lose control and I'm in, Oh God I've sinned. But I tried so hard, and we tried so hard And it's a long long road, that you told me so Yeah I tried so hard, to forget where we are And all we do is laugh and we sing
American Authors lyrics - 45 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Best Day Of My Life", "Deep Water", "I'm Born To Run". album: "Oh What A Life" (2014). Believer Think About It Best Day Of My Life Luck Trouble Hit It Home Love Heart Of Stone Ghost Oh, What A Life. album: "What We Live For" (2016). What We Live For I'm Born To Run Pride Right Here Right Now Nothing Better Replaced Go Big Or Go Home Mess With Your Heart No Love Pocket Full Of Gold Superman Mind Body Soul. album: "Seasons" (2019). Stay Around Say Amen Calm Me Down I Wanna Go Out Neighborhood Can't Stop Me Now Deep Water Bring It On Home Before I Go A Real Place.
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We have somewhat dissolved as a band and are leaning heavily towards not continuing what has been a very fun, hard, life changing part of all of our lives. we have decided to move FORWARD in our own specific ways which do not compliment us being in a band together. ow gear and most importantly, considered us a friend. it has been a blast but it is unfortunately time for us to try new things and begin new lives
Profile: Garage rock band from Spain. Oh! What A Life (7", EP). Animal Records (4). ANIMAL s019.
Neon gravestones try to call for my bones. The lyric plays on the idea of "neon lights," which draw people off the streets to the attraction they're advertising. Frontman Tyler Joseph explained to Kerrang that the song's powerful anti-suicide message is an important part of the Trench album. There are certain moments which don't happen very often - at least for me as a songwriter - where it's like, 'This is a moment where I need to be black and white,'" he said
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|A1||Oh! What A Life
Written-By – D. Merino*, F. Mtnez.- Bretón*
|A2||State Of Mind
Written-By – D. Merino*
Written-By – A. Llanos*
- Recorded At – Green Drum Studios
- Backing Vocals [Coros], Performer [Pandereta] – Eñuat Lasarte
- Bass [Bajo], Vocals [3° Voz] – Daniel Gutierrez
- Design [Diseño] – Alfonso*, Fernando*
- Drums [Bateria] – Hernann Díez Del Sel
- Engineer [Técnico De Sonido] – David Lorenzo
- Guitar [1° Guitarra], Vocals [2° Voz] – Daniel Merino
- Organ – Alfredo Llanos
- Photography By – Alfonso Cameno
- Producer – The Gravestones
- Vocals [1° Voz], Guitar [2° Guitarra], Acoustic Guitar [Guitarra Acústica] – Fernando Martinez-Breton*