Born This Way: The Remix is the second remix album by American singer Lady Gaga, released on November 18, 2011 by Interscope.
One Way Out is a live album by the Allman Brothers Band. It is the first live album to feature Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks together, although both had appeared separately on previous live albums. It was recorded during the group's annual Beacon Theatre run in New York City on March 25 and 26, 2003, and released a year later. The album features extended jams and guitar solos that showcase the virtuosity of Trucks and Haynes.
Album Born This Way. Scheiße Lyrics. Love is objectified by what men say is right Scheiße, scheiße be mine, bullshit be mine Blonde high-heeled feminists, enlisting femmes for this Express your womankind, fight for your right (Fight for your right). Ah, ah) When I'm on a mission (Ah, ah) I rebuke my condition (Ah, ah) If you're a strong female (Ah, ah) You don't need permission.
Way Down We Go" is a song by Icelandic rock band Kaleo, released as the second single for their first studio album A/B by Elektra Records and Atlantic Records. Way Down We Go" peaked at No. 1 on Billboard's Alternative Songs and Rock Airplay charts. A live performance of the song was recorded in the magma chamber of the dormant Icelandic volcano Thrihnukagigur.
Born This Way – Yeah, yeah: it’s an Express Yourself bite. And yes: you’ve heard the song 700 hundred times in the last month. Scheiße – Gaga speaks a little German and intones some inspirational platitudes alongside some generic Eurodisco thump and a wisp of a chorus. Bloody Mary – A sluggish tempo, goofy goth atmospherics and a lyric that sounds like bad high school poetry: We are not just art for Michaelangelo to carve/He can’t rewrite the agro of my furied heart.
Way Down We Go" previously reached the top 10 of the Adult Alternative Songs airplay chart, peaking at No. 8 in March. On the current Aug. 20 Hot Rock Songs chart (which blends airplay, digital sales and . streams), the track returns to its No. 13 peak. A/B, Kaleo's second studio album, and first to chart in the . debuted and peaked at Nos. 3 and 4 on the Alternative Albums and Top Rock Albums charts, respectively (July 2), starting with 17,000 copies, according to Nielsen Music.
There's an unnerving moment that occurs when hearing Lady Gaga's second album, Born This Way, for the first time. It comes as soon as the plodding keyboard chords ring out on opening track Marry the Night and you wonder if the stage is set for this to be the first of several self-indulgent ballads. Scheiße might be influenced by the decadent Berlin techno scene but, crucially, it has a ridiculously catchy chorus. Indeed, anyone disappointed with the singles from Born This Way, none of which lived up to Bad Romance or Poker Face, can take comfort in the fact that they are by no means the standout tracks here. Clearly one to play this down, Gaga told fans last year: "I promise to give you the greatest album of the decade. This is not that album, even by the standards of a pop star who thrives on stretching the imagination.
|A1||I'm Leaving Here|
|A3||I Am A Patriot|
|B2||A Breaking Point|