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The Flood is the second studio album by American metalcore band Of Mice & Men. It was released on June 14, 2011 through Rise Records. On May 13, 2011, they released the song "Still YDG'N". The album was leaked onto the internet on June 10, 2011, with Rise Records countering the leak by uploading the album on to their YouTube page four days before the release.
I'm on Fire" is a song written and performed by American rock performer Bruce Springsteen. Released in 1985, it was the fourth single from his album Born in the . I'm on Fire" was recorded in February 1982 during the first wave of Born in the .
Costa Mesa metalcore quintet Of Mice & Men step up their game on the band’s sophomore album The Flood. With pummeling rhythms and ferocious guitars, . Loco opens revealing that they may have named themselves after a 2004 Megadeth song by the same name instead of John Steinbeck's classic 1937 novella. The screamed vocal shredding of former Attack Attack! frontman Austin Carlile is contrasted alongside the clean melodic tones of second singer Shayley Bourget, keeping things dynamic - especially on the machine-gun attack of Still YDG'N. At just under two minutes long, I’m a Monster ends the album with a feral assault. The Flood Of Mice & Men. Rock.
I'm Afraid of Americans" is a single by David Bowie from the 1997 album Earthling. The song, co-written by Bowie and Brian Eno, was originally written during Bowie's studio sessions for the 1995 album Outside but was not released until a rough mix appeared on the soundtrack to the film Showgirls, and was subsequently remade for Earthling. A top 20 hit in Canada, the rework also peaked at number 66 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent 16 weeks on that chart.
This is a problem for me - I live in a wooded area and field mice get into the garage and attic. I genuinely want to get over this irrational fear. How can I do it? Gird thy loins, my musophobic friend: If you are truly ready to surmount your whiskered, squeaking fear, you must look close at its feral, twitching face. Habituation takes three things," says Reid Wilson, an associate professor of psychiatry at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine and author of Don't Panic: "Frequency, intensity, and duration. He'll progress to finding a pet store that sells mice and being able to stand next to them in the cage - all the way to dealing with having a mouse in his hand and running up his arm. Ideally, you want to go further than you need to go to tolerate your circumstance. Above all, Wilson urges you to embrace your anxiety.
|A||I'm On Fire|
|B||Down In The Dark|
- Bass, Voice – Geoff*
- Drums – Clive*
- Engineer – Gordon Fordyce
- Guitar – Sam*
- Photography – Andrew Douglas
- Producer – Tony Visconti
- Voice, Guitar – Phil*
NotesB-side called "Down In The Park" on label.
Marketed by Phonogram
Made in Holland
Oliver Pub. Co. Ltd.
|CB 383||Afraid Of Mice||I'm On Fire (7", Single)||Charisma||CB 383||UK||1981|
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|6000 708||Afraid Of Mice||I'm On Fire (7")||Charisma||6000 708||1981|