Title: Dirty Vegas
Style: House, Deep House, Downtempo, Pop Rock
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FLAC size: 1331 mb | MP3 size: 1502 mb | WMA size: 1846 mb
One is the second album by British house music trio Dirty Vegas, released 18 October 2004 in the UK (see 2004 in British music). On August 6, band member Steve Smith delivered an acoustic performance of several of the songs from the upcoming album. The album was later released in the United States, on 30 November 2004.
Dirty Vegas is the self-titled debut album by British house music trio Dirty Vegas, released in the United States on 4 June 2002 (see 2002 in music). The album was successful in the United States, debuting at number 7 on the Billboard 200. It would spend 19 weeks on the chart and eventually going Gold. The album also spent 16 non consecutive weeks at number-one on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums chart. The group released "Days Go By," and the song's striking video was seen by an executive who worked for Mitsubishi Motors. He tracked the group down and got permission to feature the song in an ad for the company. Following the song's licensing, the group returned to the studio to record more songs for a full-length album.
Dirty Vegas is an b trio from London, made up of Steve Smith, Paul Harris, and Ben Harris. no relation) The group first gained public attention in North America when one of their songs, Days Go By, was used in a Mitsubishi Eclipse commercial. This song is their biggest hit to date. The group's first album, the self-titled Dirty Vegas, contained a mix of electronic/club instrumentals and similar tracks with vocals by Steve Smith. The album features the radio hit "Days Go By" which was also used in a commercial for the Mitsubishi Eclipse and in the video game, DDRMAX2: Dance Dance Revolution.
13Dirty Vegas Release Days Go By (The Retrospective). 06Earmilk Premiered the Federico Scavo Remix of Let The Night. 22Fresh New Tracks featured Leisure Cruise’s remix of Setting Sun. 2014. 12Dirty Vegas @ The Grammy Museum LA! More.
The album is largely made up of desultory rocktronica, but just consider the band's crossover potential; it's conceivable this album could be accepted by fans of Paul Oakenfold, the Verve, and NSYNC - all at the same time. The beats are up-tempo, but the atmosphere is nocturnal; singer Steve Smith is detached but slightly confessional, poised midway from Richard Ashcroft to .
|1||I Should Know||6:09|
|3||Lost Not Found||4:06|
|4||Days Go By||7:08|
|6||Burning The Candles||3:13|
|7||All Or Nothing||4:56|
|12||Days Go By (2002 Acoustic)||2:44|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
NotesAdvance CD issued with no artwork.
Track 11 actual audio runs for 5:01 min., the remaining is silence.
Track 12 is also known simply as "Days Go By (Acoustic)".
(p) 2002 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd.
(c) 2002 EMI Records Ltd.
Manufactured by Capitol Records, Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.
Promotional Use Only / Not For Sale
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