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8 thoughts on “ From One Who Sang The Song - Wild Butter - Wild Butter (CD, Album)

  1. I thought the Wild Butter review was very good. It was unusually accurate and fair. I think your assessment of the band and the songs was right on. It was an album of good songs but no hits. A good first effort done in a short period of time.
  2. full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums All. Year Album Label AllMusic Rating Find Wild Butter discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Wild Butter discography, albums and singles on AllMusic Songs ↓ Credits.
  3. Nov 10,  · As she hiked the Pacific Crest Trail in , Cheryl Strayed hummed and sang along to the 'mixtape-radio-station' in her head. In WILD, director Jean-Marc Vallee (DALLAS BUYERS CLUB), Academy Award winner Reese Witherspoon (WALK THE LINE) and Academy Award nominated screenwriter Nick Hornby (AN EDUCATION) bring bestselling author Cheryl Strayed s extraordinary /5(85).
  4. Benjamin Dunn, better known as The Wild Wild, covers many genres from Electronic, Indie, and Pop — all tailored off with his unique vocals and writing abilities. He is well-.
  5. Song meaning. Stevens developed a relationship with actress Patti D'Arbanville and the two were a pair throughout a period of roughly two years. During that time, he wrote several songs about her, including "Wild World". The song is in the form of the singer's words to .
  6. "Wild Ones" is a song by American rapper Flo Rida from his fourth studio album of the same name. The song features vocals by Australian recording artist verlodeveganodelandcodoubsiobel.coinfo was produced by soFLY & Nius and Axwell, whilst the lyrical content was written by Rida, soFLY & Nius, Sia, Axwell, Jacob Luttrell, Marcus Cooper and Niklaas verlodeveganodelandcodoubsiobel.coinfo engineering and recording of the record was handled by Skylar.
  7. WILD is a trio from Los Angeles, CA. //Click on the names// Lauren Luiz / Vocals Zach DeGaetano / Vocals, Guitar Tyler Thompson / Guitar.
  8. Wild Ones would be dragged down by any tacked-on sense of purpose, and thinking of Flo Rida as equal parts thrill seeker and hitmaker is easy as the album races to its absolutely silly, LMFAO-featuring finish. It's gimmicky, lightweight, and best taken in small chunks, but get a glitter-friendly crowd together and it gets the party started.

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