I can read your mind and I know your story I see what you're going through, yeah It's an uphill climb, and I'm feeling sorry But I know it will come to you, yeah. Don't surrender 'cause you can win In this thing called love. When you want it the most, there's no easy way out When you're ready to go and your heart's left in doubt Don't give up on your faith Love comes to those who believe it And that's the way it is That's the way it is. When life is empty with no tomorrow And loneliness starts to call (loneliness starts) Baby, don't worry, forget your sorrow 'Cause love's gonna conquer it all, all.
To me, expanding your mind means that a book had an impact on the way I look at the world. And after serious thought, I came up with the following 22 books that caused a real shift in the way I think. Who knew that knowledge about human evolution could change the way you live? At least, that’s what happened to me. To truly understand your body, you have to know how it evolved.
That lightness and sociability is oddly what sticks out about Enema Of The State, an album that may be 20 years old but will be frozen forever at 17. Five years prior, Green Day's epochal, excellent Dookie grappled with social conditions like apathy, sexual frustration and watching the people you grew up with shrink in the rearview mirror. That was sort of when the blinders came off; that even in the world of indie-rock and dance music, it was way more conservative than I thought it was. I thought that it was a critics’ job to support experimentation even if they didn’t like it, the Lester Bangs approach. Were you specifically setting out to make a dance record again after that?
Album cover art is often the first step toward that album's reception - good or bad - and we often associate the sound with the visual. There's the Beatles' iconic White album The Beatles, famous for having nothing on the cover; Carly Simon's sensual black and white Playing Possum; and the Sex Pistol's bold yellow and pink Never Mind the Bollocks cover. An artist today still wants their work to create buzz the same way an artist in the 60s did, but the difference is that artists are no longer dependent on the album cover to do that for them. Before the digital age of music, the album cover announced the tone, brand and influence a band hoped the album would have. It was - in most cases - the first glimpse of what a band's next step looked like.
There are even theories that state that the mind is a product of some external source and not just the brain. Although such a hypothesis is not widely supported, there might be a few merits in some of their points. Perhaps looking at some of the strange phenomenon of the mind might give us some insight. Here are some of the weirdest things your mind might be capable of. 1) The Power of Savants. Savants are people who suffer from a mental disability but that of a very unique kind.
It kind of blew my mind that Inside Out is your most played song on this site. What makes it stick out to you and how did it become your biggest hit? It’s weird right? It’s kind of surprising to me, but I’m also proud of that. It wasn’t a big single; it’s just something that apparently people have naturally gravitated towards. When we finished that album, They Want My Soul, that was the first song I would play for people. It did change a lot. When I started it, it was just a piano and vocal song in a way, like Goodnight Laura. That’s how it existed for a long time, and we even considered putting it on the album like that. It got down to that part of the record-making process where you look at everything you’ve got going so far and you start thinking, What does this record want? Where does it want to go that it’s not going to currently? The piano and vocal song didn’t seem like it would cut it.
Love comes to those who believe it. And that's the way it is. Когда ты просишь. Дать тебе простой ответ, When you question me. Я не знаю, что сказать. When you want it the most. Но если ты готов идти вперед, There's no easy way out. И в твоем сердце не осталось сомнений, When you're ready to go. Верь в себя, And your heart's left in doubt. И любовь придет к тебе. Don't give up on your faith. И это действительно будет так. Love comes to those who believe it.
|1||Only Man Z. Muttazz||Mind||7:28|
|2||Touchin' You Z. Muttazz||Mind||5:23|
|3||Meet Me Halfway Z. Muttazz||Mind||5:55|
|4||Is That the Way Z. Muttazz||Mind||5:13|
|5||Right or Wrong Z. Muttazz||Mind||5:56|
|6||Right Girl Z. Muttazz||Mind||4:23|
|7||Seasonal Lover Z. Muttazz||Mind||7:37|
|8||Give It Up Z. Muttazz||Mind||4:34|
|9||Love Song Z. Muttazz||Mind||6:03|
|10||Exception Z. Muttazz||Mind||5:31|
|11||Pop That Thang Z. Muttazz / Leon Ware / Z. Zeno||Mind||3:58|
|12||Take Your Time Z. Muttazz||Mind||3:33|
CreditsBright Eyes - Hair Stylist
Russell Burt - Mixing Assistant
Gene Griffin - Producer
Bobby Holland - Photography
Richard Huredia - Assistant Engineer
Don Jones - Hair Stylist
Gerhard Joost - Engineer
Mind - Primary Artist
Z. Muttazz - Composer
Tony Smith - Engineer
Wally Traugott - Mastering
Leon Ware - Composer
Z. Zeno - Composer