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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Full DVD Music Video With Lyrics Part 012 Alternative DVD 01

Tracklist:

01 Taylor Swift - Change
02 Maroon 5 - Give A Little More
03 Gwen Stefani - 4 In The Morning
04 3oh!3 - Double Vision
05 Interpol - Barricade
06 Travie McCoy - Need You
07 Maroon 5 - Misery
08 Keith Urban - Put You In A Song
09 Michael Bublé - Hollywood
10 Danielle Barbe - Ghost Town
11 An Epic, No Less - Echo Of Love
12 Chevelle - Shameful Metaphors
13 Hoobastank - So Close So Far
14 Bon Jovi - What Do You Got
15 Say It Twice - The Road You Know
16 Pink - Raise Your Glass
17 Middle Class Rut - New Low
18 Papa Roach - Kick In The Teeth
19 The Classic Crime - Solar Powered Life
20 Weezer - Memories
21 Anberlin - Impossible
22 Daughtry - It's Not Over
23 The Pretty Reckless - Make Me Wanna Die
24 Stone Temple Pilots - Take A Load Off
25 Stone Sour - Say You'll Haunt Me
26 Apocalyptica Feat. Gavin Rossdale - End Of Me
27 Escape The Fate - Issues
28 My Chemical Romance - Na Na Na
29 Skillet - Awake And Live
30 Maroon 5 - This Love

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Full DVD Music Video With Lyrics Part 009 Love Songs DVD 04


Tracklist:

01 A1 - Everytime
02 98 Degrees - My Everything
03 David Archuleta - A Little Too Not Over You
04 Destiny's Child - Brown Eyes
05 Boyz II Men Feat. Mariah Carey - One Sweet Day
06 Backstreet Boys - I'll Never Break Your Heart
07 Westlife - Fool Again
08 The Corrs - The Right Time
09 Shakira - Underneath Your Clothes
10 Spice Girls - Mama
11 Madonna - You'll See
12 Emilia - Big Big World
13 Celine Dion Feat. R. Kelly - I'm Your Angel
14 98 Degrees - Because Of You
15 Boyz II Men - On Bended Knee
16 Westlife - Seasons In The Sun
17 Gil Ofarim - Its Your Love
18 Boyzone - Key To My Life
19 Michael Jackson - Earth Song
20 Mandy Moore - Only Hope
21 Janet Jackson - Everytime
22 The Corrs - Dreams
23 Backstreet Boys - Anywhere For You
24 Westlife - Swear It Again
25 Boyzone - Words
26 Backstreet Boys - Drowning
27 Westlife - I Lay My Love On You
28 The Corrs - What Can I Do
29 Taylor Swift - Tim McGraw
30 Mandy Moore - I Wanna Be With You

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Monday, January 10, 2011

Taylor Swift - You Belong With Me

Song Info:

"You Belong with Me" is a country pop song performed by American recording artist Taylor Swift. The song was co-written by Swift and Liz Rose and produced by Nathan Chapman with Swift's aid. It was released on April 21, 2009, by Big Machine Records as the third single from Swift's second studio album, Fearless. Swift was inspired to write "You Belong with Me" after overhearing a male friend of hers arguing with his girlfriend through a phone call; she continued to develop a story line afterward. The song contains many pop music elements and its lyrics have Swift desiring an out-of-reach love interest.

Critical reception for "You Belong with Me" was mixed to positive. At the 52nd Grammy Awards, the song received nominations for the Grammy Awards for Song of the Year, Record of the Year, and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. "You Belong with Me" enjoyed commercial success as well; it became a top ten hit in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United States. In the United States, the song became Swift's best-charting single on the Billboard Hot 100 to date and gained the largest crossover radio audience since Faith Hill's "Breathe" did in 2000. The single was certified double-platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

The song's accompanying music video was directed by Roman White. The video features Swift portraying two characters, a nerd (the protagonist) and a popular girl (the antagonist), while American actor Lucas Till acts as the male lead. The protagonist is in love with Till's character but does not tell him; his girlfriend, the antagonist, betrays him and does not like the protagonist. In the conclusion, Swift, as the nerd, and Till reveal their love to each other and kiss. The video won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards, but during Swift's acceptance speech, rapper Kanye West interrupted, protesting in support of Beyoncé Knowles. The incident caused a reaction in the media, with most people coming to Swift's defense. The song was performed live at numerous venues, including the 2009–10 Fearless Tour, where it was the opening number. It was covered by various artists, including Butch Walker.

The song was ranked #8 on CMT's list of the 40 greatest songs of the decade.

Music Video Info:

"You Belong with Me"'s accompanying music video was directed by Roman White, and in its girl-and-boy next-door theme was significantly influenced by the 1999 movie "Drive Me Crazy." In the video, Swift portrays both the protagonist and antagonist, which she respectively described as "the nerd, who is pining away for this guy that she can't have" and "the popular girl."[2] Swift described the popular girl's persona as "horrible and scary and intimidating and perfect".[41] Her love interest is portrayed by American actor Lucas Till; Swift met Till while acting on the set of Hannah Montana: The Movie in April 2008. She later asked him to act in the video, as she was intrigued by his "cool look", embodying a "dreamy guy".[41] In regards to his acting on the video, Swift said, "He's absolutely perfect for the part and really fun to be around, too."[2] According to her, the video's plot is "charming"; she also said that, "the whole video, I'm just sitting there pining away, wishing I could be in her position."[41] In regards to the video's conclusion, White explained that Swift "becomes who she really is", while Swift thought it was a happy ending.[41] Swift commented, "One of my favorite things about this video is that there wasn't a standard performance scene. This video was pretty much all story line and I'm narrating it in the moment, basically narrating while all this is happening around me."[41]

The video was shot in two days between Gallatin, Tennessee and Hendersonville, Tennessee.[2]body double in order for both Swift, as the protagonist and antagonist, to appear in one shot.[41][42] In a scene where she appeared dancing, White replaced Swift's routine with a one having no rhythm; she recalled, "It was some of the most fun I'd had in a long time, just freaking out and doing the dumbest moves."[41] On the second day, they first filmed a prom scene and, lastly, the football game, both being filmed at Pope John Paul II High School. The school supplied many students as extras, including football players, band members, cheerleaders and students for the final prom scene. When filming for a touchdown, Till was unable to catch the ball, furthering the length of the shoot.[41] "You put a lot of good solid effort in it and it looks good", Swift stated about filming.[41] On the first day of filming, Swift used a

The video commences with Till arguing with his girlfriend through a phone call. As soon as Swift, as the protagonist, notices, they begin to communicate by holding up signs through their bedroom windows. Till closes his curtains, and Swift holds up a sign saying, "I love you". As the song's chorus approaches, Swift starts to sing and dance in front of a mirror, changing to different clothing multiple times. Afterward, Swift is sitting in a bench while reading a book. Till arrives and the two converse. Then, Swift, as the antagonist, arrives in a red convertible car and Till gets in it; Swift, as the antagonist, kisses him and gives a vicious look towards the protagonist. Suddenly, she is seen cheerleading at a football game while Swift's other persona is in the bleachers, performing in the school band. After scoring the winning touchdown, Till moves toward his girlfriend and finds her flirting with a teammate; meanwhile, Swift, as the protagonist, stares in amazement. Back in their bedroom windows, they again communicate through signs, Till asked Swift, as the protagonist, if she was attending prom and she responded, "no, studying". Shortly after, Swift is seen entering prom with a white dress, no longer looking like a nerd, while all her peers stare in amazement. When Till spots her, he walks towards her and Swift, as the antagonist, attempts to impede him, but he ignores her. Ending the video, Till and Swift reveal letters saying "I love you" and kiss.

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Saturday, January 8, 2011

Toto - Rosanna

Song Info:

"Rosanna" is a song by the American rock band Toto, the opening track from its 1982 album Toto IV. This song won the Record of the Year Grammy Award in the 1983 presentations. Rosanna was also nominated for the Song of the Year award. In musician circles, the song is known for its highly influential half-time shuffle, the Rosanna shuffle, as well as a blowing ending guitar solo played by guitarist Steve Lukather.[citation needed]

The song Rosanna peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 for five consecutive weeks[1], and also peaked at #12 on the UK Singles Chart.[citation needed]

The B-side of the vinyl single was the song "It's a Feeling," which is also on the album Toto IV.

Music Video Info:

The video is set in a stylized urban streetscape, with Rosanna shown as a dancer whose bright red dress contrasts with her grey surroundings. The band plays within a chain-link fence enclosure. Cynthia Rhodes is featured as the lead dancer and Patrick Swayze as one of the male dancers. They would reunite as members of the cast of the 1987 movie Dirty Dancing.

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Soul Asylum - Runaway Train

Song Info:

"Runaway Train" is a song by the Minneapolis rock band Soul Asylum. The song led Soul Asylum to international status, and helped bring their album, Grave Dancers Union to a multi-platinum level. It was the third single off that album and reached No. 5 on the Billboard charts. It won a Grammy Award for the best rock song in 1994.

The song has become synonymous with the band, and has led many people to believe that it is the group's only hit, categorizing Soul Asylum as a one-hit wonder band. However, the band's 1995 hit "Misery" also charted in the Top 40 in several countries including the US and UK, and therefore they are not considered to be a one-hit wonder.[citation needed] "Runaway Train" continues to receive a lot of airplay on the radio today, with disc jockeys often making mention of the influential music video that accompanied the song.

Music Video Info:

The music video, directed by Tony Kaye received heavy airplay on MTV and VH1 during its duration.

There are two versions of the music video, one for the United Kingdom and one for the United States: The video for the United States begins with a fade to a black screen with big, white blocked text reading: "There are over one million youth lost on the streets of America", whereas the UK version begins with "100,000 youth are lost on the streets of Britain". Next shown is a drawing of a girl, and a Dave Pirner voice-over says that the drawing is by a girl who had run away more than 110 times. The scene was often omitted when the video was shown, a common practice when videos had additional footage before or after the song.

After Pirner spoke, the video continued with various shots of the band playing the song, and Dave singing, while the video cut back and forth to scenes of a man abusing his wife, who later in the video searches for young girls in his car.

During the choruses, pictures of missing children would appear on the screen. After each picture was shown, their full name would appear in large capital letters on the screen, along with the year they had been "missing since...".

The video continues with scenes of a lady in a car stalking a younger mother and her baby, in a stroller, and near the end of the video as the mother stops to look at some clothes, the lady kidnaps the baby. After the lady takes off in the car and the mother runs down the street after her, a baby is shown as missing ends the video.

After the video, in an ending also not regularly shown, Pirner says in front of the camera, "If you've seen one these kids, or you are one of them, please call this number," with the following screen showing a number one could contact. MTV cut this part out because they did not want to have the video confused with being a public service announcement. VH1 shows the UK version in its full length.

Several versions of the video were made. There were three original versions of the video in the United States, totaling 36 missing children shown.[1] Depending on what country the video was being broadcast, they would show children from that area who are missing. The version shown in Australia showed a number of young backpacking tourists whose families were looking for them. Several of them turned out to be victims of Ivan Milat, the Backpacker Murderer.

The video was very successful in reuniting many of the missing children with their families. Some of the children even saw themselves in the video and returned home. In 2006, guitarist Dan Murphy stated in an interview with Pasadena Weekly that some of children who were found were not returned to the best of conditions: "Some weren’t the best scenarios. I met a fireman on the East Coast whose daughter was in the end of the video, and he’d been in a bitter custody battle with his wife over her,” Murphy said. “It turned out the girl hadn’t run away, but was killed and buried in her backyard by her mother. Then on tour, another girl told us laughingly ‘You ruined my life’ because she saw herself on the video at her boyfriend’s house and it led her being forced back into a bad home situation.” [2]

The UK version of the video featured Vicky Hamilton and Dinah McNicol, who each went missing in 1991. Their remains were found in 2007 at a house in Margate. Peter Tobin has since been convicted of both murders.[3][4]

Curtis Huntzinger, who was featured in the US video, was located deceased in 2008. His convicted killer, Stephen Daniel Hash, is currently serving a sentence of 11 years for manslaughter in Folsom State Prison.[5]

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Sting - Every Breath You Take

Song Info:

"Every Breath You Take" is a song by The Police on the band's 1983 album Synchronicity, written by Sting. The single was one of the biggest of 1983, topping the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for eight weeks and the UK Singles Chart for four weeks. It also topped the Billboard Top Tracks chart for nine weeks. Sting won Song of the Year and The Police won Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal at the Grammy Awards of 1984 for "Every Breath You Take". The song ranked #84 on the Rolling Stone list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and #25 on Billboard's Hot 100 All-Time Top Songs.[2] This song is considered to be The Police's signature song, and is estimated to generate between a quarter and a third of Sting's music publishing income.[3]

Music Video Info:

The song had a music video (directed by duo Godley & Creme) that was praised for its black-and-white cinematography. Both MTV (1999) and VH1 (2002) named it as one of the best music videos ever, placing it 16th and 33rd in their respective top 100 lists. Daniel Pearl won the first MTV cinematography award for his work on the video.[8]


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John Waite - Missing You

Song Info:

Missing You" is a song by British musician John Waite and was included in the album No Brakes. It peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 during the week of September 22, 1984, and number nine on the UK Singles Chart.

John Waite re-recorded the song with country/bluegrass artist Alison Krauss which appeared on her album A Hundred Miles or More: A Collection, and released it to country music radio in 2007. The re-recording peaked at #34 on the Hot Country Songs chart. The original recording has been featured in 1997's Selena, the popular 1980s inspired video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and the second episode of the TV series Miami Vice ("Heart of Darkness" - originally aired September 28, 1984).[1] In 2010, it was used in a series of commercial spots for Conan O'Brien's upcoming show on TBS.

Music Video Info:

The music video was filmed in New York City. To start the clip, John Waite is sitting in a chair, and after seeing a picture of a woman begins to sing the song. When he tries to open a door, a woman comes to him and they embrace in bed. Later, the woman grabs her suitcase, which looks through the door slot Waite and she leaves him. Upon leaving, she slams the door open while Waite is behind the door and the door cracks with full force on him. Later, he finds himself in a bar and drink a glass of wine after visiting the woman he sees again in a film studio. She smiles at him. After Waite calls it in a phone booth, the woman picks up the phone and call to nervousness before he disappears from the cell phone. It runs along the city and sees a picture of the woman on a newspaper; again he goes into a bar. There, another woman tries to flirt with him, but for sheer sorrow shows he is not interested and then goes home again.[2]

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Bon Jovi - Miracle

Song Info:

"Miracle" is the second solo single by American Rock singer Jon Bon Jovi. It was released in 1990 from his debut album Blaze of Glory, the soundtrack album from the film Young Guns II. The music video for the song features Jeff Beck and the future Friends actor Matt LeBlanc. The song charted at #12 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #20 on the Mainstream rock charts[1].

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Aerosmith - Crazy

Song Info:

"Crazy" is a song performed by American hard rock band Aerosmith and written by Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, and Desmond Child. It was the final single from Aerosmith's massively successful 1993 album Get a Grip. It was released as a single in 1994 and peaked at #17 on the Billboard Hot 100, #7 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, and #3 in Canada. In the United Kingdom, "Crazy" was released as a Double-A side with "Blind Man", which reached #23.

Music Video Info:

The video for the song (which was directed by Marty Callner) received heavy rotation on MTVAlicia Silverstone in the band's videos, as well as the career debut of Steven's then-teenaged daughter Liv Tyler. The decision to cast Liv in the video for "Crazy" was based on the video's creators having seen her in a Pantene commercial, with absolutely no knowledge her father was in the band.[citation needed] The video was very film-like and depicted the two as schoolgirls who skip class and run away, driving off in a blue Ford Mustang convertible. The two use their good looks to take advantage of a service station clerk, and needing money, enter an amateur pole-dancinglesbianism in the characters. The video also shows the similarities in stage moves of Steven Tyler and daughter Liv. In the end, the girls win the dance competition. They continue their joyride the following day, where they encounter a young farmer tilling land in the countryside. They persuade him to join them in their journeys, where they all go for a skinny dip in a lake, and nearly abandon him. The final seconds of the video show the word "Crazy" spelled out in cursive in the cropland by the still-running tractor. and was one of the most requested videos of 1994. It featured the third appearance of competition. The video is noteworthy for its very risque and suggestive sexual scenes, many of which strongly suggest

A slightly altered director's cut of the video appears on the video compilation Big Ones You Can Look At. In addition, Jason London makes a short cameo at the end in a tag scene, reprising his character from the "Amazing" video.

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Meatloaf - I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)

Song Info:

"I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" is a song composed and written by Jim Steinman, and recorded by Meat Loaf. The song was released in 1993 as the first single from the album Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell.

The final verse features a female vocalist who was credited only as "Mrs. Loud" in the album notes. She was later identified as Lorraine Crosby, a club performer from North East England.[2]Patti Russo performing the live female vocals. The title of the song confused some listeners, who did not realize that each "that" is a reference to the particular promise that he made earlier in the same verse. She does not, however, appear in the video, in which her vocals are lipsynched by Dana Patrick. Meat Loaf promoted the single with American vocalist

The song was a commercial success, reaching number one in twenty-eight countries.[1] The single was certified platinum in the United States and became Meat Loaf's first number-one single on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and on the UK singles chart. The song earned Meat Loaf a Grammy Award for Best Rock Vocal Performance, Solo.

Music Video Info:

Michael Bay directed the music video. He also directed the videos for "Objects in the Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer than They Are" and "Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through", also from Bat Out of Hell II. Filming took place in Los Angeles County, California in July 1993; the opening chase was filmed at Chávez Ravine, with the interior mansion scenes filmed at Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills.[10] The cinematographer was Daniel Pearl, particularly known for filming The Texas Chain Saw Massacre in 1973. Pearl says that this video "is one of my personal all-time favorite projects... I think the cinematography is pure, and it tells a story about the song."[16]

The video is based on Beauty and the Beast. Bob Keane did Meat Loaf's make-up, which took up to two hours to apply. The make-up was designed to be simple and scary, yet "with the ability to make him sympathetic."[17] It went over budget, and was filmed in 90 °F (32 °C) heat, across four days. According to one executive, it "probably had the budget of Four Weddings and a Funeral."[6] It is the abridged seven minute single version, rather than the twelve minute (11:58) album version.

The actress in the video, Dana Patrick, is miming to Crosby's vocals,[1] however, as she would to Patti Russo's in the 1995 song "I'd Lie for You (And That's the Truth)".[10] According to the captions aired on Pop-Up Video, Patrick received several offers for record deals after the video aired, by executives who assumed she was actually singing in the video.[10]

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Europe - The Final Countdown

Song Info:

"The Final Countdown" is a synth rock song by the Swedish rock band Europe written by Joey Tempest. It was the first single released from the band's third studio album, The Final Countdown, in 1986. It is the band's most recognizable and popular song. The song reached No. 1 in 25 countries,[1] including the United Kingdom. In the United States the song peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 and 18 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. The single was certified gold in the United Kingdom in 1986.[2] The song appears in the 2010 video games NHL 11 and NHL Slapshot. [3]

Music Video Info:

The video, directed by the acclaimed Nick Morris, contains footage from two concerts the band did at Solnahallen in Solna, Sweden on May 26 and 27, 1986, as well as some extra footage filmed at the sound checks for those concerts.[7]

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Bon Jovi - I'll Be There For You

Song Info:

"I'll Be There for You" is a song by American hard rock band Bon Jovi from their 1988 album New Jersey, was written by Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora. The single of the song was ranked number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and #5 on the Mainstream rock charts.[2]

Music Video Info:

The video for the song features the band performing on a dark stage with an almost monochromatic blue color due to the stage lighting, with close-ups of each member, most notably lead singer Jon Bon Jovi and guitarist Richie Sambora. The video footage then switches midway to black-and-white footage from a Bon Jovi concert at the old Wembley Arena in London, England.

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Alice Cooper - Poison

Song Info:

"Poison" is a song by artist Alice Cooper co-written and produced by Desmond Child, released worldwide as a single in 1989 and is featured on his 18th studio album Trash. The song was one of his biggest hit singles in the United States, peaking at #7 on the singles chart, while peaking at #2 in the UK, only being held off the top spot by hit dance record, "Swing the Mood" by Jive Bunny & The Mastermixers.

The song is available as downloadable content (as part of the Alice Cooper pack or as a single) for use in the music video game Rock Band, and a re-recorded version is also available as downloadable content for Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock.

Music Video Info:

There are two versions of the video to the song which shows Alice Cooper being chained to a bizarre mechanism and singing while a ghostly woman looms over him. The original video had to be censored for showings during the day, due to shots of model Rana Kennedy wearing nothing but a black thong. The portions in question were redone with her wearing a corset to cover her breasts. The video is still often played on VH1 Classic's Metal Mania.

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Bon Jovi - Living On A Prayer

Song Info:

"Livin' on a Prayer" is Bon Jovi's third single from their Slippery When Wet album. Written by Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora with Desmond Child, the single, released in late 1986, was well-received at both rock and pop radio and its music video was given heavy rotation at MTV, giving the band their first #1 on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. The single also became Bon Jovi's second consecutive #1 Hot 100 pop hit[1] and has become the band's signature song, topping fan-voted lists and re-charting around the world decades after its release.

The album version of the song fades out at the end, with a song length of 4:10. However, the version playable on the music video games Guitar Hero World Tour & Rock Band 2 retains the original studio ending of the song, where the band revisit the intro riff and end with a talkbox solo. This version of the song ends at 4:53.

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Friday, January 7, 2011

Full DVD Music Video With Lyrics Part 001 Love Songs DVD 01



Tracklist:

01 Taylor Swift - Love Story
02 Charice Feat. Iyaz - Pyramid
03 The Wanted - Heart Vacancy
04 Bruno Mars - Just The Way You Are
05 Boyzone - Love Is A Hurricane
06 David Archuleta - Crush
07 Taylor Swift - Fearless
08 Westlife - What About Now
09 Beyonce - Halo
10 Shontelle - Impossible
11 Taylor Swift - Mine
12 Westlife - Amazing
13 James Blunt - Goodbye My Love
14 Daniel Powter - Bad Day
15 Taylor Swift - Fifteen
16 Westlife - Home
17 Boyzone - Gave It All Away
18 Lady Antebellum - Need You Now
19 Robbie Williams Feat. Gary Barlow - Shame
20 Taylor Swift - White Horse
21 JoJo - How To Touch A Girl
22 Avril Lavigne - When You're Gone
23 Taylor Swift - Teardrops On My Guitar
24 Rihanna - Unfaithful
25 Westlife - Obvious
26 Justin Bieber - U Smile
27 Daniel Powter - Free Loop
28 Leon Jackson - When You Believe
29 Boyzone - Everyday I Love You
30 Taylor Swift - Beautiful Eyes

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Full DVD Music Video With Lyrics Part 008 Dance Music DVD 01









Tracklist:

01 Joe Mcelderry - Ambitions
02 Selena Gomez & The Scene - A Year Without Rain
03 Kylie Minogue - Get Outta My Way
04 Hannah - I Believe In You (Cahill Remix)
05 Katy Perry - Teenage Dream - (Kaskade Remix)
06 Alexis Jordan - Happiness
07 AnnaGrace - Love Keeps Calling (Extended Edit)
08 David Guetta Feat. Kid Cudi - Memories
09 Kaci Bataglia Feat. Ludacris - Body Shots (Dave Aude Club Mix)
10 The Beach Girl5 - Scratch
11 Iyaz - Replay (Jason Nevins Ultimix Remix By Mark Roberts)
12 Christina Aguilera - Not Myself Tonight
13 Nicole Scherzinger - Poison
14 Kim Leoni - Medicine
15 Cascade - Fever (Extended Edit)
16 Inna - 10 Minutes
17 The Saturdays - Higher
18 Katy Perry - Firework
19 Kylie Minogue - All The Lovers
20 Afrojack Feat. Eva Simons - Take Over Control
21 Klaas vs Haddaway - What Is Love 2K9 (Extended Edit)
22 Rihanna - Only Girl (In The World)
23 Katy Perry - Teenage Dream
24 Alexis Jordan - Happiness (Jump Smokers Extended Mix)
25 Cheryl Cole - Promise This
26 Robyn - Hang With Me
27 Edward Maya Feat. Mia Martina - Stereo Love
28 The Ting Tings - Hands
29 Alex Gaudino Feat. Maxine - I'm In Love (I Wanna Do It)
30 Kevin Rudolf Feat. Flo Rida - You Make The Rain Fall


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Bon Jovi - Always

Song Info:

"Always" is a power ballad by Bon Jovi. It was released as a single from their 1994 album, Cross Road and went on to become their best selling single, with 1.5 million albums sold in the U.S. and more than 3 million worldwide. The song reached #4 in the U.S. Billboard charts, #2 on the top 40 mainstream[1] and was also an international hit (#2 in both the United Kingdom and Australia and #4 in Germany).

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Nazareth - Love Hurts

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Performed as a rock ballad, the Nazareth version was the most popular version of the song and the only rendition of "Love Hurts" to become a big hit single, reaching #8 on the Billboard Hot 100 in early 1976. As part of the "Hot Tracks (EP)" it also reached #15 in the UK in 1977.[1] Nazareth's version was an international hit (reaching #8 in the US, #15 in the UK, and #1 in Canada and Norway), and remains the best-known recording of the song. The Nazareth single was so successful in Norway that it charted for 57 consecutive weeks on the Norwegian charts (VG-lista Top 10), including 14 weeks at #1.

A later recording by Nazareth, featuring the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, peaked at #89 in Germany.

The lyrics of the song remained unchanged on all versions up until Nazareth's 1975 recording, where the original line "love is like a stove/it burns you when it's hot" was changed to "love is like a flame/it burns you when it's hot". The Nazareth track has been featured in the movies Dazed and Confused, Detroit Rock City, Together, and Halloween, among others. It was edited for use in a late-'90s Gatorade TV commercial. In 2009, it was used in a TV commercial for the Nissan Altima.

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Guns 'N Roses - Don't Cry

Song Info:

"Don't Cry" is a song by hard rock band Guns N' Roses, two versions of which were released simultaneously on different albums. The version with the original lyrics is the fourth track on Use Your Illusion I, while the version with the alternate lyrics is the thirteenth track on Use Your Illusion II. Only the vocal tracks differ, and even then only in the verses; however, in those verses, not only are the words entirely different, but the meter and melody are also slightly different. There is also a third version, officially released only on the single for the song, which was recorded during Appetite for Destruction sessions in 1986.

Music Video Info:

The video for this song, like several videos for the Illusions albums, was much more cinematic than the band's previous videos had been. It depicted the central character in his courtship with his eventual wife as well as his internal battle with emotional issues. Although a sharp turn away from what fans were used to, it is still regarded as one of the best videos the band produced in its short time together.

Fans can't agree on whether this is the first or second video in the trilogy. Most fans think this is the first, showing Axl and his girlfriend having problems with their relationship (and that he was likely singing about this in "November Rain"). Another interesting, but not as accepted, theory is that this is the second video, and that after Axl's new bride dies in "November Rain" he remembers/dreams the video. At the start of the "Estranged" video, they say the S.W.A.T. team members catch Axl in his home while he is having the "Don't Cry" dream. Fans of this theory often point out that Axl is seen talking to a therapist in "Don't Cry", and is seen fighting with a gun (see the "November Rain" page to read more about the gun).

Another interesting point to make is that in the video, Slash theoretically killed his girlfriend by driving his 1966 Shelby GT350 off a cliff and then throwing his guitar down the same cliff afterwards.

Guitarist Izzy Stradlin, who plays the intro and is credited as co-writer of the song, had just left the band and didn't make it to the video recording, and Dizzy Reed can be seen wearing a t-shirt that reads, "Where's Izzy?" (stated in Slash's Biography). Rose can be seen very briefly, at around the same point in the video, wearing a St. Louis Cardinals baseball cap. This may be a reference to the infamous 1991 incident in which Rose dove into a St. Louis crowd in the middle of a song in pursuit of a man with a video camera, was arrested, and incited a riot.

A Nirvana baseball hat is visible to the side of Axl's left leg when he is lying down in the psychiatrist's office. He is also seen wearing the hat in an interview that was filmed while making the video. This interview can be seen on the mini-documentary entitled "Guns N' Roses Don't Cry: Makin' F@*!ing Videos" Rose was a big fan of Nirvana and even asked the band to play on two occasions during the Use Your Illusion tour. However, Nirvana frontman Kurt CobainCome As You Are by Michael Azerrad, among other sources) and declined the invitation. Both bands are signed to Geffen Records. loathed Guns N' Roses (as documented in

Rose commented on the difficulty of filming the video and how certain scenes inspired by the relationship with Erin Everly affected him emotionally:

With our video for "Don't Cry," and the fight that Stephanie (Seymour, Axl's current flame) and I had over the gun, you don't necessarily know what's going on. But in real life that happened with Erin (Everly, Axl's ex-wife) and myself. I was going to shoot myself. We fought over the gun and I finally let her win. I was kind of mentally crippled after that. Before shooting our documentary, I said, "This seems really hard, 'cause it really happened." And the night we wrote the scene, my friend Josh said, "Okay, how are you going to play that?" He wanted to rehearse and I was like, "Look, leave me alone." But he kept pushing until, finally, I stood up. I had this cigarette lighter that looked like a real gun and I said, "Look, I'm gonna do it like this." And I just went over and slammed around in the hallway a bit and threw the gun and said, "Is that good enough for you?"[3]

And he said, "Yes!" 'Cause I knew what I was going to do and from that point on he knew that I would be able to play the parts that we were writing.

But it was a very painful process doing that and it's even weird now to be involved in a relationship where the person I'm involved with is actually playing parts that are written about the two of us, about fictional characters, about things in my past relationships. It's a very touchy thing to do.

Also Axl Rose wears a T-shirt of the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Jane's Addiction in the video.

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Scorpions - Send Me An Angel

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"Send Me an Angel" is a power ballad by German hard rock group Scorpions, released on their 1990 album Crazy World. Along with "Wind of Change", it became the album's signature track, reaching number 44 on Billboard Hot 100 Chart, number 8 on the Mainstream Rock Chart[1]
and high chart positions in many European countries. In Poland, it peaked at #3.

An orchestral version of the song was recorded for the 2000s orchestral album Moment of Glory that features vocals split with Italian famous singer Zucchero. An acoustic version of the song was also recorded for the 2001's acoustic album Acoustica.

The song is not to be confused with the 1980s dance hit by Real Life.

In 1994, the heavy metal band Black Sabbath, released the Cross Purposes studio album which contains the same burning angel in the design of the cover that "Send Me an Angel" single album has. Neither of the bands have ever commented on the matter.

The song was covered by the German pop organist Klaus Wunderlich on one of his last albums, Keys for Lovers, and by electronica group Sleepthief featuring Canadian singer Kristy Thirsk on vocals. The song was featured on an episode of Cold Case ("Who's Your Daddy?").

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