Overdose is the eighth studio album by Japanese pop band Pizzicato Five. The album was released on October 1, 1994 by the Nippon Columbia imprint Triad. It marks the group's first full-length album following the departure of founding member Keitarō Takanami. Setting a trend that would exist in later Pizzicato Five albums, Overdose is themed around a famous city, in this case New York City
Overdose (オーヴァードーズ) is a 1994 album by Pizzicato Five. It was their first full-length album after parting with founding member K-Taro Takanami. Setting a trend that would exist in later Pizzicato Five albums, Overdose is themed around a famous city, in this case New York City. Musically, the album delves in soul music, containing several references to Stevie Wonder, most prominently the harmonica solo of "On the. Sunny Side of the Street". Overdose produced three singles: "Happy Sad", "Superstar" and "On The Sunny Side Of The Street".
Overdose is the third extended play by Chinese-South Korean boybands EXO-K and EXO-M, produced and released by . This was the last release to include members Kris and Luhan. On April 15, 2014, it was revealed that EXO will comeback with a new mini album called Overdose on April 21, 2014. On April 18, the comeback was delayed due to sinking of the MV Sewol.
Overdose was right- where the fuck was Chase gonna find help here? The nearest hospital was on the other side of town! And nobody lived her. obody except for . Overdose! With a wild gasp, Chase’s half-lidded eyes fly open and he flops to try to sit up, chest heaving and panic on his face. He has no idea where he is- how did he get here?
22 0 0. ni Tenshiriah. The title track of the upcoming album will be called "Overdose". On April 15 at 8PM (KST), EXO held their comeback showcase, broadcast live online through Samsung Music, where they revealed their performance and music video for "Overdose" for the first time. They also performed to their major hit songs. EXO-K and EXO-M will be separate for promotions for "Overdose," promoting in Korea and China at the same time.
For other albums, see Overdose (disambiguation). Studio album by Pizzicato Five. Overdose is the eighth studio album by Japanese pop band Pizzicato Five.
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- Drums, Backing Vocals – Glenn Titus
- Guitar, Backing Vocals – David Gauze
- Lead Vocals, Bass – Tanya Phelps
- Written By – David Gauze, Tanya Phelps