Have a Nice Day, Volume 25 (also known as Super Hits of the '70s: Have a Nice Day, Volume 25 or Super Hits of the '70s, Volume 25) is a compilation album. The final 12-song set in this recap of '70s AM radio's biggest hits appropriately ends things with tunes from its last two years. Sweet (1978): "Love Is Like Oxygen" – 3:47. Ambrosia (1978): "How Much I Feel" – 4:46. Ian Matthews (1978): "Shake It" – 3:10. LeBlanc & Carr (1978): "Falling" – 3:12. Gino Vannelli (1978): "I Just Wanna Stop" – 3:37.
A New Day. Ingo Herrmann. Have A Great Day, Vol. 2 (Sunny Lounge & Relax Beats). Writer: Devaney - Ian Owen; Stansfield - Lisa Jane, Composers: Devaney - Ian Owen; Stansfield - Lisa Jane, Other contributors: BOOKMAN TRADING; EUROTRIM PRODUCTS.
Playful Summer Affection/Fondness Day Driving. Corbetta at the keyboards) had a field day expanding the song in some reasonably progressive directions within the confines of the pop idiom; similarly, R. Dean Taylor, the most successful white artist ever developed by Motown, managed a chart-topper with the ominous "Indiana Wants Me" but never equaled that success; and Bobby Bloom's "Montego Bay," which hit the Top Ten in.
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Pull Your Love (02:45) 7. Paul Revere and The Raiders – Indian Reservation (The Lament of the Cherokee Reservation Indian) (02:55) 8. The Fortunes – Here Comes That Rainy Day Feeling Again (02:52) 9. Chase – Get It On (03:01) 10. Tommy James & the Shondells – Draggin' the Line (02:47) 11. Redeye – Games (03:05) 12. Mike Curb Congregation – Burning Bridges (02:47)
The "Have a Nice Day" series perfectly captures this what-just-happened? mood of the early 1970s, built with the bricks of one-hit wonders, novelty acts, studio-only groups, and semi-talented hanger's-on that filled the airwaves in the 1970s between the latest Elton John and Fleetwood Mac hits, commercials for Palisades Park and your local Ford dealer . Technically the album is fine, two songs, "Venus," and "The Rapper" sound better than on their appearances on a Billboard 1970 . The album notes are incisive and witty, setting the proper tone for this excursion into bubble gum kitsch. If you could only take one "Have a Nice Day" record to that proverbial desert island, I would recommend one from 1973 or 1974, but for anyone who was around a radio or turntable in 1969-70, or wish that they were, Volume 1 is a must-have.
Also known as Super Hits of the '70s: Have a Nice Day, Volume 2 or Super Hits of the '70s, Volume 2. Edison Lighthouse (1970): "Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)" (Tony Macaulay, Barry Mason) – 2:51. The Tee Set (1970): "Ma Belle Amie" (Hans Van Eijck, Peter Tetteroo) – 3:10. Norman Greenbaum (1970): "Spirit in the Sky" (Greenbaum) – 3:57. The Marmalade (1970): "Reflections of My Life" (Junior Campbell, Dean Ford) – 4:18. Bobbi Martin (1970): "For the Love of Him" (Al Mortimer, Martin) – 2:35.
Album · 2013 · 14 Songs. Udbhav, Manohar Shetty, Ishaan, Shweta Pandit, Sonali Bhatawdekar & Pritha Mazumdar.
Our awesome collection of. Promoted Songs. It's Your Day. Thomas Spencer.
|–Pax||Stop The Slaughter|
|–Pax||World Of Fear|
|–Pax||Free Us Christ|
|–Destructors||Duty Unto Death|
|–Illicit||Boys In Blue|
|–Illicit||Police No Justice|
|–Dead On Arrival||Child Molester|
|–Dead On Arrival||Perfect Society|
|–Dead On Arrival||Zyclone B|
|–Dead On Arrival||Final Solution|
|–The Renounced||Class Distinction|
|–The Renounced||50 Notes & A Bottle Of Gin|
|–The Renounced||This Time|
|none||Various||Have A Nice Day Vol.2 (Cass)||Not On Label||none||UK||1983|
|DOS 003||Various||Have A Nice Day Vol.2 (Cass)||Discredit Our System Tapes||DOS 003||UK||Unknown|