L-E-V8 - Come On Get Down download album
- Album: Come On Get Down
- FLAC: 1577 mb | MP3: 1388 mb
- Released: 2009
- Style: Hard House, Hard Trance
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 619
- Format: MP4 MOD WMA DTS AU AAC RA
Music video by Kool & The Gang performing Get Down On I.
C'Mon wit da Git Down.
Taken from "Kingdom Come", the debut album by Los Angeles hard rock band Kingdom Come. The album reached on the . Billboard 200 Album Charts.
Come on Down is the debut EP of Green River, released in 1985 by Homestead Records
I just wanna tell you how I'm feeling Gotta make you understand.
Come,come,my baby come I will show you the world Come,come, my baby come I will cover your nightmares Come,come,my baby come I will love you forever Come,come,my baby come I will not let you go. My love, I just feel so lost without you boy I am yours even if time has passed Take me away from this impetuous world leaving this jail of my mind.
Radio, video & album version: Oh, wah-ah-ah-ah! Get up, come on, get down with the sickness Get up, come on, get down with the sickness Get up, come on, get down with the sickness Open up your hate, and let it flow into me. Get up, come on get down with the sickness You mother, get up, come on, get down with the sickness You fucker, get up, come on, get down with the sickness Madness has now come over me. More on Genius. About Down with the Sickness. Down with the Sickness is a song by American heavy metal band Disturbed
Come On Down is the debut EP by the Seattle-based alternative rock band Green River. It was released in October 1985 through Homestead Records, while the band were on their first US tour. It is considered the first grunge record because it was released several months before the Deep Six album that was compiled by six other Seattle grunge bands
Come On In," a solo shot, and the down-and-dirty "Just Like a Woman" has a non-trip-hopped Burnside mining tough riffs for all their emotion. Let My Baby Ride" with a stomping, looped beat, is still recognizable as Burnside and works well. On the other hand, "Don't Stop Honey" and "It's Bad You Know" take the techno tampering too far, and the results are feckless shells of what were once gritty blues
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