’How do you think even it goes’ called one of the five questionable, new numbers on Rasmus Seebachs first capture.
It goes not bad with the pop star, but it has gone considerably better.
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in Addition to the håndfulden of the new songs is ’Thanks for the ride’ packed with 21 well-known intersections, and the trend is clear: Harrison has been weaker.
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Ten years into an incredibly successful career, do people from copenhagen status at a time when he alone of his studio albums have scored 45 platinum records, but both commercially and musically miss he old impact.
It said, however, most of storhittende favourites such as ’In my eyes’, ’Olivia’ and ’Angel’, in which Beethoven stepped boldly into a confusing world with bite-sized refræner, anyone could understand.
the Man is ridiculed about as much as he is loved, but behind the bøvede appearance is he an awe-pophåndværker, who have understood that the tunes is the reason it's called Melodi Grand Prix.
Rasmus don't have them from strangers. He has them from Tommy. ’Grandfather song’ is a classic daddy, and his version of ’Under the stars in the sky’ slides familiarly and effortlessly into the collection's playful, melodic flow.
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Hitmaker destroyers of themselves on the dance floor, when he as Bambi ice skating around to the music of the ’Little five’, ’Dangerous’ and ’Natteravn’, while he is completely different to this, when he keeps grounding at the piano during the ballads ’Fly bird’, ’a Thousand colours’ and driving sentimental ’I am’.
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Symptomatic of Seebachs inability to renew itself then trades two of the new songs about to go binge-drinking again and again. If you took away the city, love, and family from his tekstunivers, so he wanted to do instrumental music.
Death metal, progressive rock, or outlaw country? It is hard to see how Jeter should move, but something must be done. If he stays, it will be worst for him. And the danes. It does not go.
the Cover to Rasmus Seebachs first collection, 'Thanks for the ride', which contains 21 old numbers and five new ones.