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Produced,mixed, remixed by: Yr. Robert Lalkovits - Axone Original songed by: Marvin Gaye, The Pointer Sisters Song characteristic and classifications: Re-filling via-broadcasted recording ! - Special Edition. Official video: Unsigned, Not presented !!! New Album Title: Hot & Sexy Genre(s): Pop, R&B, Hip-Hop, Electronica Year: 2011 Suggestion to: Columbia Records, Online Radio Stations, Vice City Fans. Published, promoted, registered, licensed, supported by: EMI*,Dmusic, INEWAGE*, Last.Fm*, DanceFix*, TheMusicBlast*, YOUTUBE*, SoundCloud, MusicSocket, Various Artist,Miami Session Records*, Various Artist Of America*, Axone Productions* and lot's of other...
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Various artist throughout the city
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 190 Length 2 minutes 5 seconds =D Foot Levels 0 / 0 / 0 / 8 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: mid-2003 or early-2004. Year Video Recorded: 2011 Song Name: Do For Love Song Artist: 2Pac Song Album [Compact Disc Album]: The Source Hip-Hop Hits Volume 2 Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ Did For Love =) ********** Indeed, the very first time I had heard this song was on a radio station in my local Hometown of Albany, Georgia, by the name of 96.3 WJIZ and partly because of this track -- the 1990's will likely remain a great part of my memory. =) The bass; the singing; the rapping and even the story which is being told has to this day remained a portion of my memories that I do indeed cherish. The "somber sound" mixed with an uptempo feel is far from a ballad--but at the same time isn't quite a dance song. Dots and bits of the images in the animated music video [which still to this day has me thinking Walt Disney's Aladdin meets an early version of Boondocks! O.O] also remain as part of my fondest memories one year in the 90's. I only saw the very end and to this day have only seen that one bit once in my entire life [yes--even today] yet the somber-feel of the video has stuck with me since adolescence. "Do For Love" as performed by TuPac Shakur -- stage-name 2Pac -- is one of a select handful of Hip-Hop/Rap stepcharts I have ever created and shared. This specific song is (surprisingly) without profanity which adds to the smooth feel of the song and gives an almost, "Story Told" feel to the bass-driven track. The song I once only heard on the radio every-now-and-then came into my personal collection of music quite by the decision of the story of my life. The purchase of a various artists album by the name of "The Source Presents Hip-Hop Hits Vol. 2" came into my 14-year-old hands. The album covered music I had heard before--and not heard before--on the radio. This album eventually lead me to the personal discovery of an urban-focused music magazine named "The Source" which Ieventually began reading while waiting for my mother to complete her [often HUGE! O.O] shopping runs at The Marine Corps Logistic Base Exchange and Commissary in y hometown while we were growing up [there and Wal-Mart =3]. Shopping trips swiftly became a time looked forward to in order to read "The Source" music magazine music reviews of albums from witty journalists all the while subconsciously learning [and enjoying!] the flavorful use of the written word. ^_^ Five years later--this stepchart was born from that super album. =) Step For Love ^_^ ********** To be honest, this is one stepchart that after completing I honestly felt should have been a stepchart in the mainstream Dance Dance Revolution games as an Oni-Only level! The song and feel of the tracks just screams "Dance Dance Revolution!" and later Janet Jackson's "Doesn't Really Matter" in DDR Supernova proved [going-on almost a decade later] that I wasn't the only one thinking that a cool Hip-Hop/R&B track in the dance-heavy DDR songlist would be a well welcome. ^_^ This stepchart however, has my pride as a stepchart shaper throughout it. For one--although Bemanistyle at the time was full of J-Pop, anime themes, dance songs, techno tracks, hard-rock and light country--during the 90's as Hip-Hop and Rap music was becoming popular throughout the world. Although there was proof of this worldwide grip which began to reflect at the time from Korea to Germany to Japan back to the continent of Asia, down to Africa, across to Australia, and back-over-to North, Central and South America! There were many users at the time at Bemanistyle**** [some mods] who had this heinous outlook towards hip-hop and rap music... although Linkin Park and Marilyn Manson was more than welcome as were a great deal of vulgar rock artists... but not hip-hop. Many tracks that were created in the genre of Rap or Hip-Hop were either rated low on the 1 out of 10 scale due to spite and agitation--or--trash-talked in the Bemanistyle forums with focus on the stepchart artist and her or his "poor taste in music" and "horrible hip-hop simfiles." Having created stepcharts in a great deal of genres at the time--over a year in sharing making and stepcharts-I did not want to be viewed as "Shallow" or "Cliche" by selecting to do a hip-hop track. However... this song called ot me and a stepchart was created. The ratings were mixed but the reviews were mostly very positive [surprisingly! o.o] and from this experience the motivation to focus on what to "Do For Love of Music" [period--regardless of genre] became part of my repertoire on Bemanistyle**** and more often than not--I would become known as "The Stepfile Artist who makes charts in almost every genre of music!" which is a proverbial crown which I do wear with pride! =) Enjoy! or Don't... But thank you for taking the time to read and play/view/experience my stepchart for "Do For Love!" =D Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -DJ, Writer, Artist, Musician, Eternal Student & Being of Existence, -WAM! TIGER M [TEH Thursday! ( O=( )=O ) ] -10:49 AM (7/14/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, North-of-Equator] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 190 Length 2 minutes 5 seconds =D Foot Levels 0 / 0 / 0 / 8 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: mid-2003 or early-2004. Year Video Recorded: 2011 Song Name: Do For Love Song Artist: 2Pac Song Album [Compact Disc Album]: The Source Hip-Hop Hits Volume 2 Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ Did For Love =) ********** Indeed, the very first time I had heard this song was on a radio station in my local Hometown of Albany, Georgia, by the name of 96.3 WJIZ and partly because of this track -- the 1990's will likely remain a great part of my memory. =) The bass; the singing; the rapping and even the story which is being told has to this day remained a portion of my memories that I do indeed cherish. The "somber sound" mixed with an uptempo feel is far from a ballad--but at the same time isn't quite a dance song. Dots and bits of the images in the animated music video [which still to this day has me thinking Walt Disney's Aladdin meets an early version of Boondocks! O.O] also remain as part of my fondest memories one year in the 90's. I only saw the very end and to this day have only seen that one bit once in my entire life [yes--even today] yet the somber-feel of the video has stuck with me since adolescence. "Do For Love" as performed by TuPac Shakur -- stage-name 2Pac -- is one of a select handful of Hip-Hop/Rap stepcharts I have ever created and shared. This specific song is (surprisingly) without profanity which adds to the smooth feel of the song and gives an almost, "Story Told" feel to the bass-driven track. The song I once only heard on the radio every-now-and-then came into my personal collection of music quite by the decision of the story of my life. The purchase of a various artists album by the name of "The Source Presents Hip-Hop Hits Vol. 2" came into my 14-year-old hands. The album covered music I had heard before--and not heard before--on the radio. This album eventually lead me to the personal discovery of an urban-focused music magazine named "The Source" which Ieventually began reading while waiting for my mother to complete her [often HUGE! O.O] shopping runs at The Marine Corps Logistic Base Exchange and Commissary in y hometown while we were growing up [there and Wal-Mart =3]. Shopping trips swiftly became a time looked forward to in order to read "The Source" music magazine music reviews of albums from witty journalists all the while subconsciously learning [and enjoying!] the flavorful use of the written word. ^_^ Five years later--this stepchart was born from that super album. =) Step For Love ^_^ ********** To be honest, this is one stepchart that after completing I honestly felt should have been a stepchart in the mainstream Dance Dance Revolution games as an Oni-Only level! The song and feel of the tracks just screams "Dance Dance Revolution!" and later Janet Jackson's "Doesn't Really Matter" in DDR Supernova proved [going-on almost a decade later] that I wasn't the only one thinking that a cool Hip-Hop/R&B track in the dance-heavy DDR songlist would be a well welcome. ^_^ This stepchart however, has my pride as a stepchart shaper throughout it. For one--although Bemanistyle at the time was full of J-Pop, anime themes, dance songs, techno tracks, hard-rock and light country--during the 90's as Hip-Hop and Rap music was becoming popular throughout the world. Although there was proof of this worldwide grip which began to reflect at the time from Korea to Germany to Japan back to the continent of Asia, down to Africa, across to Australia, and back-over-to North, Central and South America! There were many users at the time at Bemanistyle**** [some mods] who had this heinous outlook towards hip-hop and rap music... although Linkin Park and Marilyn Manson was more than welcome as were a great deal of vulgar rock artists... but not hip-hop. Many tracks that were created in the genre of Rap or Hip-Hop were either rated low on the 1 out of 10 scale due to spite and agitation--or--trash-talked in the Bemanistyle forums with focus on the stepchart artist and her or his "poor taste in music" and "horrible hip-hop simfiles." Having created stepcharts in a great deal of genres at the time--over a year in sharing making and stepcharts-I did not want to be viewed as "Shallow" or "Cliche" by selecting to do a hip-hop track. However... this song called ot me and a stepchart was created. The ratings were mixed but the reviews were mostly very positive [surprisingly! o.o] and from this experience the motivation to focus on what to "Do For Love of Music" [period--regardless of genre] became part of my repertoire on Bemanistyle**** and more often than not--I would become known as "The Stepfile Artist who makes charts in almost every genre of music!" which is a proverbial crown which I do wear with pride! =) Enjoy! or Don't... But thank you for taking the time to read and play/view/experience my stepchart for "Do For Love!" =D Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -DJ, Writer, Artist, Musician, Eternal Student & Being of Existence, -WAM! TIGER M [TEH Thursday! ( O=( )=O ) ] -10:49 AM (7/14/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, North-of-Equator] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
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From *******www.tigerm**** Download Link: *******dancedancetigerm**** BPM 190 Length 2 minutes 5 seconds =D Foot Levels 0 / 0 / 0 / 8 Audio Edit, Background Design & Stepchart by TIGER M Dancer / Player: TIGER M Year Stepchart Created: mid-2003 or early-2004. Year Video Recorded: 2011 Song Name: Do For Love Song Artist: 2Pac Song Album [Compact Disc Album]: The Source Hip-Hop Hits Volume 2 Stepmania Version: 3.9beta What Is It Time For: a "Dance! Dance! Revolution!! ^_^ Did For Love =) ********** Indeed, the very first time I had heard this song was on a radio station in my local Hometown of Albany, Georgia, by the name of 96.3 WJIZ and partly because of this track -- the 1990's will likely remain a great part of my memory. =) The bass; the singing; the rapping and even the story which is being told has to this day remained a portion of my memories that I do indeed cherish. The "somber sound" mixed with an uptempo feel is far from a ballad--but at the same time isn't quite a dance song. Dots and bits of the images in the animated music video [which still to this day has me thinking Walt Disney's Aladdin meets an early version of Boondocks! O.O] also remain as part of my fondest memories one year in the 90's. I only saw the very end and to this day have only seen that one bit once in my entire life [yes--even today] yet the somber-feel of the video has stuck with me since adolescence. "Do For Love" as performed by TuPac Shakur -- stage-name 2Pac -- is one of a select handful of Hip-Hop/Rap stepcharts I have ever created and shared. This specific song is (surprisingly) without profanity which adds to the smooth feel of the song and gives an almost, "Story Told" feel to the bass-driven track. The song I once only heard on the radio every-now-and-then came into my personal collection of music quite by the decision of the story of my life. The purchase of a various artists album by the name of "The Source Presents Hip-Hop Hits Vol. 2" came into my 14-year-old hands. The album covered music I had heard before--and not heard before--on the radio. This album eventually lead me to the personal discovery of an urban-focused music magazine named "The Source" which Ieventually began reading while waiting for my mother to complete her [often HUGE! O.O] shopping runs at The Marine Corps Logistic Base Exchange and Commissary in y hometown while we were growing up [there and Wal-Mart =3]. Shopping trips swiftly became a time looked forward to in order to read "The Source" music magazine music reviews of albums from witty journalists all the while subconsciously learning [and enjoying!] the flavorful use of the written word. ^_^ Five years later--this stepchart was born from that super album. =) Step For Love ^_^ ********** To be honest, this is one stepchart that after completing I honestly felt should have been a stepchart in the mainstream Dance Dance Revolution games as an Oni-Only level! The song and feel of the tracks just screams "Dance Dance Revolution!" and later Janet Jackson's "Doesn't Really Matter" in DDR Supernova proved [going-on almost a decade later] that I wasn't the only one thinking that a cool Hip-Hop/R&B track in the dance-heavy DDR songlist would be a well welcome. ^_^ This stepchart however, has my pride as a stepchart shaper throughout it. For one--although Bemanistyle at the time was full of J-Pop, anime themes, dance songs, techno tracks, hard-rock and light country--during the 90's as Hip-Hop and Rap music was becoming popular throughout the world. Although there was proof of this worldwide grip which began to reflect at the time from Korea to Germany to Japan back to the continent of Asia, down to Africa, across to Australia, and back-over-to North, Central and South America! There were many users at the time at Bemanistyle**** [some mods] who had this heinous outlook towards hip-hop and rap music... although Linkin Park and Marilyn Manson was more than welcome as were a great deal of vulgar rock artists... but not hip-hop. Many tracks that were created in the genre of Rap or Hip-Hop were either rated low on the 1 out of 10 scale due to spite and agitation--or--trash-talked in the Bemanistyle forums with focus on the stepchart artist and her or his "poor taste in music" and "horrible hip-hop simfiles." Having created stepcharts in a great deal of genres at the time--over a year in sharing making and stepcharts-I did not want to be viewed as "Shallow" or "Cliche" by selecting to do a hip-hop track. However... this song called ot me and a stepchart was created. The ratings were mixed but the reviews were mostly very positive [surprisingly! o.o] and from this experience the motivation to focus on what to "Do For Love of Music" [period--regardless of genre] became part of my repertoire on Bemanistyle**** and more often than not--I would become known as "The Stepfile Artist who makes charts in almost every genre of music!" which is a proverbial crown which I do wear with pride! =) Enjoy! or Don't... But thank you for taking the time to read and play/view/experience my stepchart for "Do For Love!" =D Forever In Love With All That Which Exists (That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown), -DJ, Writer, Artist, Musician, Eternal Student & Being of Existence, -WAM! TIGER M [TEH Thursday! ( O=( )=O ) ] -10:49 AM (7/14/2011) [Eastern Standard Time, North-of-Equator] Who Is TIGER M? O.O *******www.tigerm**** Angel Arc & Company
17 Jul 2011
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Enjoy a "Musical Jamboree" of Various Artist sharing their God given Gifts of Song. Songs were selected from "Special Events" of Rock of Ages Ministries.
1 Nov 2011
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A timeless stroll into the hearts of most if not all the engineering students of India, the contingency is about the paths you choose to reach your destination. It is about discovering yourself. Find all the hidden messages in the contingency, hope you like it :) Awesome Direction by: Deepesh Singh Awesome Poetries and Dialogues by Ravi Shanker & Nishant Agarwal Story by the Brainstormed four: Ravi Shanker, Nishant Agarwal, Deepesh Singh, Rahul Meena Disclaimer: we have used the soundtracks of various artists in this film and have mentioned and credited all of them in the end. We do not claim to own the rights of any of the music tracks. This is a non commercial student film.
27 Feb 2012
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The “Love’s In Need” campaign is musically composed collaboration of singers, musicians, rappers and various artists. The song “Loves In Need” and the STL campaign was created with the vision of spreading fortified love among everyone throughout the world.
16 Feb 2013
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Jim Bush's take on the Simon & Garfunkel classic. Get the single on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon and all finer vendors. Also available on the album, "Get Your Kicks,"(Various Artists). words and music by Paul Simon. ©2016 Paul Simon Music
20 Oct 2016
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Skate Rock by Various Artists
5 Nov 2009
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Santa Mosh 2009 Teaser by Various Artists
6 Jan 2010
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04 Surya Prathna - Morning Mantras - Mantras to Start Your Day With Various Artists This is a path-breaking album that encompasses the entire range of Mantras and Shlokas that are recited for an auspicious commencement of our day that leads to prosperity and harmony in our lives. It is traditionally believed by Hindus that a daily recitation of these Morning Mantras during the auspicious period of Brahma-Muhurat gives one immense benefit leading to greater spiritual fulfillment. These early morning hours (between 4 A.M. to 6 A.M.) are the time when Satwa dominates. This part of the day is full of goodness and when the mind is in its purest form. As the day progresses, the guna of Rajas becomes prominent. Energy levels are the highest, and the mind is full of enthusiasm and excitement. Tamas predominates the evenings and late nights where the darkness, impurities and weaknesses of the mind are easily brought forth.
9 Apr 2010
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While My Guitar Gently Weeps by Various Artists
1 Apr 2011
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OLD SKOOL GARAGE - DJ EZ - Mashup - Various Artists
16 Jul 2011
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Gaudeamus igitur Juvenes dum sumus Post jucundum juventutem Post molestam senectutem Nos habebit humus. Let us rejoice therefore While we are young. After a pleasant youth After a troublesome old age The earth will have us. Ubi sunt qui ante nos In mundo fuere? Vadite ad superos Transite in inferos Hos si vis videre. Where are they Who were in the world before us? You may cross over to heaven You may go to hell If you wish to see them. Vita nostra brevis est Brevi finietur. Venit mors velociter Rapit nos atrociter Nemini parcetur. Our life is brief It will be finished shortly. Death comes quickly Atrociously, it snatches us away. No one is spared. Vivat academia Vivant professores Vivat membrum quodlibet Vivat membra quaelibet Semper sint in flore. Long live the academy! Long live the teachers! Long live each male student! Long live each female student! May they always flourish! Vivant omnes virgines Faciles, formosae. Vivant et mulieres Tenerae amabiles Bonae laboriosae. Long live all maidens Easy and beautiful! Long live mature women also, Tender and loveable And full of good labor. Vivant et republica et qui illam regit. Vivat nostra civitas, Maecenatum caritas Quae nos hic protegit. Long live the State And the One who rules it! Long live our City And the charity of benefactors Which protects us here! Pereat tristitia, Pereant osores. Pereat diabolus, Quivis antiburschius Atque irrisores.
27 May 2010
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Music video to the 1997 BBC Children in Need charity single. A cover of Lou Reed's "Perfect Day". Performed by (in order of appearance): Lou Reed, Bono, Skye Edwards (from Morcheeba), David Bowie, Suzanne Vega, Elton John, Sir Andrew Davis (conductor of the BBC Symphony Orchestra), Boyzone, Lesley Garrett, Burning Spear, Bono, Sir Thomas Allen, Brodsky Quartet, Heather Small (from M People), Emmylou Harris, Tammy Wynette, Shane MacGowan, Sheona White (BBC Young Brass Soloist of the Year 1996), Dr. John, Robert Cray, Hugh "Huey" Morgan (from Fun Lovin' Criminals), Ian Broudie (from The Lightning Seeds), Gabrielle, Evan Dando (from The Lemonheads), Courtney Pine, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Brett Anderson (from Suede), Visual Ministry Choir, Joan Armatrading, Laurie Anderson and Tom Jones.
20 Jun 2010
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