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Hit The Floor Album





hit the floor album






    hit the
  • A handicap which allows one driver to leave first in an illegal street race. No flagger is utilized rather the race begins once the driver leaves the starting line and ends at a predetermined point.





    floor
  • The lower surface of a room, on which one may walk

  • All the rooms or areas on the same level of a building; a story

  • the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"

  • A level area or space used or designed for a particular activity

  • shock: surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; "I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"

  • a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale; "what level is the office on?"





    album
  • A collection of recordings, on long-playing record, cassette, or compact disc, that are issued as a single item

  • a book of blank pages with pockets or envelopes; for organizing photographs or stamp collections etc

  • one or more recordings issued together; originally released on 12-inch phonograph records (usually with attractive record covers) and later on cassette audiotape and compact disc

  • A blank book for the insertion of photographs, stamps, or pictures

  • An album or record album is a collection of related audio or music tracks distributed to the public. The most common way is through commercial distribution, although smaller artists will often distribute directly to the public by selling their albums at live concerts or on their websites.











hit the floor album - Hit the




Hit the Floor


Hit the Floor



While their debut album and legendary live shows predominantly paid homage to old school breaks n' beats gone by, "Hit The Floor" goes a step further as Breakestra create an album featuring all-original compositions and songs. From the call-out party vibe of the break-driven intro track "Stand Up" to the catchy blues-tinged "Hiding" and "Recognize", to the 60's vibe of the title track, "Hit The Floor" is a varied and accomplished sophomore album that will appeal to fans of Antibalas, Sharon Jones, and Quantic Soul Orchestra. Main man Miles Tackett and company perform regularly to capacity crowds along side such hip-hop luminaries as Jurassic 5, Dilated Peoples, Black Eyed Peas, Freestyle Fellowship, Company Flow, Cut Chemist, Nu-Mark, and DJ Shadow.

Led by DJ/bassist Miles Tackett, L.A.'s Breakestra got their start about ten years back replaying famous funk and jazz samples used on hip-hop records. It was an entertaining concert but rather creatively limited. Over time, the band has grown and broadened into a fully fledged funk outfit, composing their own songs and drawing on 30 years of musical tradition to make new creations and fusions, similar to other contemporary groups with that retro soul sound like Sharon Jones or the Poets of Rhythm. James Brown is only the most obvious influence, but you can find everything from Eddie Bo to the Meters to Fela Kuti to George Benson to countless more obscure acolytes of raw soul/funk. The group's vocalist, Mixmaster Wolf, doesn't have as rich a vocal tone or range as, say, a Syl Johnson or Joe Tex, but he definitely has his chops down in riding the group's raucous rhythms. On the hip-hop tip, Jurassic 5's Chali2na joins up on "Family Rap" for a strong rap/funk crossover. It's a very uptempo affair overall: great for the party, though the album could have benefited from including a few more ballads; the closest they come is on one of the best songs, the mid-tempo groover "Recognize." --Oliver Wang










87% (13)





Justin Timberlake Lovestoned




Justin Timberlake Lovestoned





Love Stoned

She's freaky and she knows it
She's freaky and I like it

Listen

She grabs the yellow bottle
She likes the way it hits her lips
She gets to the bottom
It sends her on a trip so right
She might be goin' home with me tonight

She looks like a model
Except she's got a little more ass
Don't even bother
Unless you've got that thing she likes
I hope she's goin' home with me tonight

[chorus]
Those flashing lights come from everywhere
The way they hit her I just stop and stare
She's got me love stoned
Man I swear she's bad and she knows
I think that she knows

She's freaky and she knows it
She's freaky, but I like it

She shuts the room down
The way she walks and causes a fuss
The baddest in town
She's flawless like some uncut ice
I hope she's goin' home with me tonight

And all she wants is to dance
That's why you'll find her on the floor
But you don't have a chance
Unless you move the way that she likes
That's why she's goin' home with me tonight

[chorus]
Those flashing lights come from everywhere
The way they hit her I just stop and stare
She's got me love stoned
Man I swear she's bad and she knows
I think that she knows

[chorus]
Those flashing lights seem to cause a glare
The way they hit her I just stop and stare
She's got me love stoned from everywhere
She's bad and she knows
I think that she knows

Now dance
Little girl
You're freaky, but I like it
Hot damn!
Let me put my funk on this one time

[chorus]
Those flashing lights come from everywhere
The way they hit her I just stop and stare
She's got me love stoned
Man I swear she's bad and she knows
I think that she knows

[chorus]
Those flashing lights seem to cause a glare
The way they hit her I just stop and stare
She's got me love stoned from everywhere
She's bad and she knows
I think that she knows

[chorus]
Those flashing lights come from everywhere
The way they hit her I just stop and stare
She's got me love stoned
Man I swear she's bad and she knows
I think that she knows

[chorus]
Those flashing lights come from everywhere
The way they hit her I just stop and stare
She's got me love stoned
I think I'm love stoned
She's got me love stoned

I think that she knows, think that she knows, oh, oh
I think that she knows, think that she knows, oh, oh

[chorus]
Those flashing lights come from everywhere
The way they hit her I just stop and stare
I'm love stoned from everywhere and she knows
I think that she knows
Think that she knows, oh, oh

And now I walk around without a care
She's got me hooked
It just ain't fair, but I...
I'm love stoned and I could swear
That she knows
Think that she knows, oh, oh
She knows, she knows, oh, oh











"I keep my knees black and blue as they often hit the hardwood floor"




"I keep my knees black and blue as they often hit the hardwood floor"





And I believe, so I'm not praying to the ceiling anymore,
And I've been sleeping with the nightlight unplugged,
With a note on the rocking chair that says "I'm dreaming of the life I once loved,
So wake me if you're out there."

Living close to the ground!
It's seventh heaven 'cause there are angels all around,
Among my frivolous thoughts,
I believe there are beautiful things seen by the astronauts!
The indications reveal,
(Wake me if you're out there),
That few of us realise life is quite so real,
So if you're dying to see,
I guarantee there are angels around your vicinity!
Angels; Owl City


That's eye shadow on my knees. Those little bruises under my knee though aren't eye shadow and I have no idea how I got them. But that's normal for a clutsy person like me. :)
the new ATBAB album is so amazing and I love it









hit the floor album








hit the floor album




Carnival Ride






MusicPass is a wallet-size digital album card redeemable online at musicpass.com. Each card offers an album in high quality mp3 files, plus bonus content.
Carnival Ride is the newest release from CMA Female Vocalist of the Year, Carrie Underwood, featuring the record-breaking single 'So Small'. As a bonus, the MusicPass version also includes the track 'Sometimes You Leave', the videos for 'So Small' and 'Before He Cheats', along with the album's digital booklet.

Carrie Underwood’s Some Hearts, hastily made and released some five months after she won the 2005 American Idol crown, was surprisingly solid and tuneful. For her follow-up, producer Mark Bright steers her toward the big Martina McBride skies, with a plethora of strings and huge emotional crescendos. Underwood co-wrote four songs, mostly with the tried-and-true tunesmiths who made Some Hearts soar. On the torchy heartache ballad "I Know You Won’t," she gives a beautifully nuanced and controlled performance, but if that song would suit any number of lush female pop stars from Celine Dion on down, "Flat on the Floor" rocks hard while preserving co-writer Ashley Monroe’s Appalachian angst. Still, there are missteps: the easy tears of the unlikely war ballad "Just a Dream," a too-obvious attempt to repeat the sass of "Before He Cheats" ("The More Boys I Meet"), and the Shania-ish bad-girl-on-Cuervo stomp of "Last Name." The big payoff, then, is how much 24-year old Underwood has improved as a vocalist. How often listeners line up for this Carnival Ride depends on their attitude about country music’s continual melding with pop, and how they feel about a princess upstart taking home the awards that used to go to her heroes. --Alanna Nash
Carrie Underwood Photos

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