The album was produced and mostly written by D'Angelo, who collaborated with musicians such as percussionist Questlove, bassist Pino Palladino, guitarist Isaiah Sharkey, and horn player Roy Hargrove. We're taking a few months break while I take care of some other projects that have been on the back burner. In December 2011 Questlove said the album was 97% done and that D'Angelo was "finishing his lyrics now". But he builds his own patches.
Charade Lyrics: Will I die tonight? Will I die tomorrow?, I feel light inside, I've been feeling hollow, I feel dark at night, walking up and down all by myself, My skin cold tonight, freezing. Produced by Mr. Sisco. Album FROM THE DEPTHS. Will I die tonight? Will I die tomorrow?
Break Me" is the second single by the singer Jewel, released from her 2002 album This Way. It was a minor hit on the New Zealand and Dutch singles chart, peaking at numbers 47 and 95, respectively. It reached number 28 on the Billboard Adult Top 40 chart in the . and hit number 105 in the UK. The video for the single featured special effects and was based on the War on Terror in Afghanistan. It was played heavily on VH1 during the spring and summer of 2002.
Reflecting the European setting of Stanley Donen's 1963 comedy thriller Charade, Henry Mancini's soundtrack provides an easy listening tour of continental musical history: Parisian café songs on "Bistro," Eastern European gypsy music on "Bateau Mouche," Schubert quartets on "Bye Charlie," and some beer barrel polka on "Punch and Judy. Thrown in for variety's sake are dashes of Bond soundtracks, Cossack songs, and Strauss waltzes
Charade (Charade album). 1998 studio album by Charade. Studio album by. Charade. Charade is the first album by a new group from formerly members of the band Bonfire. It was released in 1998 by Bareknuckle. The album was originally recorded in 1993 by the group when they were known as Bonfire. When Claus Lessmann left the band, Michael Bormann joined and recorded this album. It was shelved by the band's record company and the group went their separate ways. After Claus Lessmann and Hans Ziller purchased the rights to the name of Bonfire and music from 1986–1991, Michael Bormann and Angel Schleifer decided to give the previously shelved album a chance
With summer break just around the corner the protagonist Hiyori, enjoys a peaceful life as a 2nd-year high school student. But one day as she and her childhood friend are heading home after school a mysterious figure suddenly appears before them and they are taken away to a strange world where two moons exist. She notices nine other people who have been put in the same situation. While they are trying to figure out what is going on a masked man begins to speak
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Mixed By – Kenny WoodProducer – Nolin Davis
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Producer – Nigel Stock, Nigel Wright
- Featuring – Norma Lewis
- Written-By – Nigel Stock
|PASH 12 30||Charade Featuring Norma Lewis||Charade Featuring Norma Lewis - Break Me (12")||Passion Records||PASH 12 30||UK||1984|
|881 343-1||Charade Featuring Norma Lewis||Charade Featuring Norma Lewis - Break Me (12")||Polydor||881 343-1||Germany||1984|
|PASH 12 30||Charade / Norma Lewis||Charade / Norma Lewis - Break Me / Give Me Back My Heart (12", Promo, W/Lbl)||Passion Records||PASH 12 30||UK||Unknown|
|PR M/89||Charade||Break Me (12")||Passion , Gira||PR M/89||Portugal||1984|