1. This certainly makes this album a pleasure to listen to because every track becomes a different scene, a unique moment, and can satisfy a variety of moods. out of 5 stars Great album on a great vinyl pressing! Reviewed in the United States on October 19, out of 5 stars Vinyl quality poor. Reviewed in Canada on November 20 /5(99).
  2. 6. Because the Night 7. Wrong Side of the Street Disc 2 1. The Brokenhearted 2. Rendezvous 3. Candy’s Boy 4. Save My Love 5. Ain’t Good Enough for You 6. Fire 7. Spanish Eyes Disc 3 1. It’s a Shame 2. Come On (Let’s Go Tonight) 3. Talk to Me 4. The Little Things (My Baby Does) 5. Breakaway 6. The Promise 7. City of Night.
  3. "Because the Night" is a song written by Bruce Springsteen and Patti Smith that was first released in as a single from the Patti Smith Group album Easter. This version rose to No. 13 on the Billboard Hot chart, as well as No. 5 in the United Kingdom, and helped propel sales of Easter to mainstream success.
  4. Various Artists - Shining Stars: 18 Original Hits - caibaskpeporfindkerretikbupocaptper.xyzinfo Music Skip to main content out of 5 stars Shining Stars [] - Ronco Teleproducts, Inc. Reviewed in the United States on June 1, Because The Night - Patti Smith 5) Even Now - Barry Manilow3/5(1).
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  6. Stars In the Night Lyrics: Tear the stars out from the sky / Darkness falls, I come alive / I've always been this way / I'll fly before I change / Tear the stars out from the sky / Tear the stars.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about Shining Stars at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection.4/5(26).
  8. They used to play as the last tune of the night! Such an important thing to us, much more important than being ‘Top Of The Pops’, Pacific was considered was considered a different perspective, just like “Chill Out” by the KLF. It was an ecstasy kind of anthem, at the same time futuristic, and human.

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