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Ed Was Solace/Girl Song
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Dis (6) ‎– Ed Was Solace. Label: Twelve Inch Records ‎– TIN004. Matrix, Runout (Side A): R-15038.

Solace is the third studio album by Australian alternative dance group, Rüfüs Du Sol, released on 19 October 2018. The album is supported by a tour, commencing in North America on 24 October and ending in Europe on 8 December 2018. Australian tour dates were added in October commencing on 1 January until 2 March 2019. The album was preceded by "No Place" as the lead single on 25 May 2018. The song peaked at number 41 on the ARIA Singles Chart

Solace is the third album by the New Zealand post-rock band Jakob. It was released through Midium Records in New Zealand on September 11, 2006 and on May 7, 2007 via Graveface Records in North America. The album was recorded, mixed and produced by David Holmes in May 2006 at Venn Productions in Auckland then mastered by Chris Winchcombe. First single "Safety in Numbers" was announced in August 2006 and later released as a music video directed by Ed Davis.

The 16-song LP (deluxe version) may be Sheeran's most diverse of his discography, with the British singer-songwriter trying out new sounds and getting fearlessly vulnerable in his lyrics. To honor the Sheeran's valiant effort on his latest record, Billboard decided to recognize the uniqueness of each track with a superlative. Billboard gives an imaginary award to each song on Sheeran's third LP. After almost two months of hyping fans up about his third album, Ed Sheeran delivered Divide (styled ÷) on March 3 to the delight of Sheerios around the world. The 16-song LP (deluxe version, including four bonus tracks) may be the most diverse of Sheeran's discography, with the British singer-songwriter trying out new sounds and getting vulnerable in his lyrics.

Even before dropping needle to the groove, one can almost hear the collective sigh of relief that accompanied the 2010 release of Solace's long, make that looong, awaited third album, .

Galway Girl is a blend of Irish folk tradition and Ed’s signature acoustic pop style. The lyrics depict a man and woman meeting in an Irish pub and dancing and singing the night away. In his interview for the cover story of GQ’s March 2017 issue, Sheeran explained he had to fight to keep Galway Girl on the album. The influence of Van Morrison’s Irish Heartbeat is clear, and Ed believes it will be fucking massive. The ‘Galway Girl’ that Ed refers to is said to be to be Niamh Dunne, who’s a member of acclaimed Antrim-based folk group Beoga, that collaborated with Sheeran on the track. She is in fact married, so Sheeran has used her as inspiration for the song and applied some artistic license to turn it into a love song. Beoga also worked with Ed to create Nancy Mulligan. Isn't there already a song called "Galway Girl"? There is!

In January, Ed Sheeran was interviewed by Chris Evans, who asked whether his pair of stylistically disparate comeback singles – Shape of You and Castle on the Hill, which arrived simultaneously after a three-year hiatus – were written to appeal to the Radio 1 and Radio 2 demographics, respectively. I wrote both of them for myself, was Sheeran’s first response, before he reconsidered: It definitely came into the equation. Everyone said was a Radio 2 single and we need something for Radio 1. So your theory is correct. Most startling of all his transformations, though, is the Ed Sheeran we find on Galway Girl, a song so ludicrous his label tried to prevent it from appearing on the record. He told the Guardian how he convinced the executives: There’s 400 million people in the world who say they’re Irish, even if they’re not Irish.

The girls perform Jingle Bell Rock in front of the school. The CD player breaks and they sing the song instead. Pass That Dutch, Missy Elliott. The plastics are walking down the hallway at school in slow motion. Cady falls into the trash can. Also at the end of the song is when Janis and Damin introduce Cady to the plastics. Fire (Yes, Yes Y'all), Joe Budden & Busta Rhymes. Joe Budden & Busta Rhymes.

When Ed Sheeran's album dropped there was one song in particular that Irish people were interested in, 'Galway Girl'. I'm so happy with 'Galway Girl', Ed Sheeran knows how to write a great pop song and it's so catchy. As for being the inspiration I dunno if you could go that far really, Christ almighty and I a Limerick woman! My sister said she knew straight away it couldn't be about me when later in the song she beats him at darts and pool. We're just going to have to hear it from the man himself if Niamh is actually the Galway Girl. This week: Conor Moore: Making Tiger Woods a fan, what Davy really thinks & how Donald Trump helped him out. Listen on.

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