Category: Classical

Rocco (Sing For A Drink Mix) - Various - City Of Industry Soundtrack (CD)


  1. Meztijas says:
    Cocktail was not only the soundtrack to a popular Tom Cruise film, it was also the four-million-selling summer party album of , featuring the #1 hits "Don't Worry, Be Happy" by Bobby McFerrin and "Kokomo" by the Beach Boys, plus radio hits by Starship, the Fabulous Thunderbirds, the Georgia Satellites, and John Cougar Mellencamp.
  2. Guhn says:
    Dec 10,  · As for me, I have to say The Pink Floyd's More soundtrack was a lot better than the movie. It's trippy, but it's no Zabriskie Point. johmbolaya, Dec 9, # pig whisperer CD Member. Location: Tokyo, Japan. Ready To Wear.
  3. Zulkijas says:
    May 29,  · City of Industry Soundtrack, a Various Artists Album. Released in on Quango (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Trip Hop, Film Soundtrack/5(7).
  4. Kazisar says:
    Jan 17,  · As a lonely car winds down the road, the opening arpeggios of CCR’s smooth ballad play through the darkened dawn. Then, Albert Brooks and Dan Ankroyd begin to sing with the drum riff coming through. This is a really fun scene, mainly because they sing it terribly. A fun opening, before things get scary. Really scary.
  5. Nilabar says:
    Jay-Z Ft. Kanye West- Who Gon Stop Me - Watch The Throne - FULL SONG AND LYRICS.
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  8. Vuzil says:
    Drinking song, song on a convivial theme composed usually for singing in accompaniment to drinking. The form became a standard element in certain types of 19th-century opera and operetta, frequently involving not only a soloist but also a chorus joining in with choral repeats or refrains. In Italy.
  9. Meztinris says:
    Bomb the Bass' "Bug Powder Dust" is the most upbeat song on the album. Death in Vegas comes with "Rocco (Sing for a Drink Mix)," almost tying with Red's "Mr. Jones" as my favorite tracks on the CD. I don't skip Palm Skin Productions' "Walking Through Water," but it is my least favorite clocking in at and not going anywhere in that time/5(8).

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