☛ http://pulsesonic.net From ☛ Pulse Sonic Podcast available on iTunes. Happy Clappers were a house studio project from the UK, featuring Chris Scott, Graeme Ripley, Martin Knotts and Mark Topham, with Sandra Edwards on vocals.They scored two hits on Billboard's Hot Dance Club Play chart, in 1996 with "Can't Help It" (which went to number two) and "I Believe" (1995)."I Believe" was a Top 10 hit in the United Kingdom in 1995, reaching its highest position at number 7, but was never released in the US until Cox remixed it. "I Believe" had been released three times in the UK prior to the Cox remix, peaking at numbers 21, 7 and 28 between 1995 and 1997. The initial release in 1994 did not yield mainstream chart success.Other UK hits included "Hold On" (number 27 in 1995), "Can't Help It" (number 18 in 1996) and "Never Again" (number 49 in 1996).The group disbanded due to in fighting and financial issues, which lead to the shelving of the album, 'Game'.
☛ http://pulsesonic.net From ☛ Pulse Sonic Podcast available on iTunes. ☛ Juliet Roberts is a British jazz, rock and house music singer of Grenadian descent, who was born in London on 6 May 1962.She originally recorded as Julie Roberts in 1982, and performed on the 1983 Top 10 hit single, "It's Over" by the Funkmasters. In July 1983, she released the single "Fool For You" backed with "It's Been A Long, Long Time" on the Bluebird Records label, catalogue reference BRT3. The single peaked at #77 on the Gallup chart, week ending 20 August 1983.☛ She resurfaced in 1993 as a dance music artist, with the hit single "I Want You". (#1 U.S. Dance, #44 U.S. Billboard Hot 100) and the house music offering, "Caught In The Middle".
From the Pulse Sonic podcast available on iTunes or streaming via http://www.pulsesonic.netTodd N. Terry (born April 18, 1967) is an American DJ, producer, and remixer.Terry's productions extensively used samples blending the sounds of classic disco, the Chicago sound, and elements of hip-hop.Terry began in the 1980s by DJing at parties in New York, playing Italian disco and hip hop, and later house music when it emerged in the middle of the decade. Much of Todd Terry's early work in the late 1980s is considered a milestone in the development of both progressive and modern deep house. Todd Terry has been responsible for releasing two of the most respected crossover remixes of the house era: "I'll House You" by the Jungle Brothers and "Missing" by Everything But the Girl by the mid 1990s.ht" also was featured on the British import Chicago House compilation Jackmaster Volume 1 in 1987.
From the Pulse Sonic podcast available on iTunes or streaming via http://www.pulsesonic.net"Party Rock Anthem" is a song performed by American electro hop recording duo LMFAO, featuring Lauren Bennett and GoonRock. It was released as the first single from their second album Sorry for Party Rocking in 2011. It interpolates lyrics from Rick Ross' song "Hustlin'". The single has gone to number one in Australia, Germany, Belgium, Brazil, France, Denmark, Ireland, New Zealand, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. It also reached top ten in Canada, Norway, United States.
From the Pulse Sonic podcast available on iTunes or streaming via http://www.pulsesonic.net"Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" is a song by American recording artist Katy Perry. The song was written by Perry, Dr. Luke, Max Martin and Bonnie McKee, and was produced by Dr. Luke and Max Martin. It is the fifth single from Perry's third studio album, Teenage Dream by Capitol. "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" in its third week has peaked at number 31 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number 39 on the Canadian Hot 100.The accompanying music video for the single also allowed Perry to debut her alter ego, Kathy Beth Terry.
From the Pulse Sonic podcast, "Gemini 2011" available on iTunes or streaming via http://www.pulsesonic.net"Best Thing I Never Had" is a song recorded by American recording artist Beyoncé Knowles for her fourth studio album, 4 (2011). It was released through Columbia Records as the second single from the album on June 1, 2011. "Best Thing I Never Had" was written by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and Patrick "J. Que" Smith, while production was handled by Symbolyc One. An R&B-pop ballad, "Best Thing I Never Had" has lyrics about revenge and karma. Not wanting to end up broken-hearted, the female protagonist relates that she feels happy to have parted from her love interest who did not recognize the potential of leading a happy life besides her.
From the Pulse Sonic podcast, "Gemini 2011" available on iTunes or streaming via http://www.pulsesonic.netSunshine Anderson (born October 8, 1974) is a female American R&B and soul singer and songwriter.Anderson was born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and later moved to Charlotte as a child. Wallace Sellars, a friend of a producer/Soulife A&R Vice President, Mike City, heard Anderson singing on her way to the cafeteria of North Carolina Central University (where she earned a B.S. in criminal justice) and introduced the two. From there, Anderson was managed by Macy Gray during the recording of her first album.In June 2001, Anderson released her debut album, Your Woman on Atlantic Records. The album debuted at #8 on Billboard's Hot 200 and #2 on Top R&B charts. The lead single, "Heard It All Before," peaked at #18 on the Hot 100 and a #3 on the R&B charts.
From the Pulse Sonic podcast, "Gemini 2011" available on iTunes or streaming via http://www.pulsesonic.net"The Lazy Song" is a song by American singer-songwriter Bruno Mars from his debut studio album, Doo-Wops & Hooligans. It was released as the third single from the album on February 15, 2011. Mars wrote the song with K'naan and his production team The Smeezingtons, who also produced the track. Musically, "The Lazy Song" displays influences of roots reggae and jawaiian music. The song went to number one in the United Kingdom, becoming his fourth number one single after "Nothin' on You", "Just the Way You Are (Amazing)" and "Grenade". The song also continues Mars' 100% record of number one solo singles in the United Kingdom, with all three of his solo singles going to number one in the country.
From the Pulse Sonic podcast, "Gemini 2011" available on iTunes or streaming via http://www.pulsesonic.net"Dirty Dancer" is a song by American recording artists Enrique Iglesias and Usher, and features American rapper Lil Wayne. It was released on May 7, 2011 by Universal Music Group as the sixth single from Iglesias' sixth studio album, Euphoria, and the third single from Usher's first EP Versus. However, the albums' version does not feature Wayne's verse. Written by the two singers with Evan Bogart, Erika Nuri and David Quiñones and producer RedOne, "Dirty Dancer" is a dance-pop song with rave music influences. The album mix appeared on the UK Singles Chart, while the single version entered the Australian Singles Chart and the Australian Dance Chart.
From the Pulse Sonic podcast, "Gemini 2011" available on iTunes or streaming via http://www.pulsesonic.net "Blow" is a song by American recording artist and songwriter Kesha, from her first extended play (EP), Cannibal. The song was released as the EP's second single on February 8, 2011. It was written by Kesha, along with Klas Åhlund, Lukasz Gottwald, Allan Grigg, Benjamin Levin and Max Martin, with production done by Dr. Luke, Max Martin, Benny Blanco and Kool Kojak. According to Kesha the song's lyrics are representative of herself and her fans. The song is dominantly an electropop and dance-pop song, while the lyrics, described as a party-anthem, portray a simple message of having a desire to have a good time at a club.
From the Pulse Sonic podcast, "Gemini 2011" available on iTunes or streaming via http://www.pulsesonic.net "Run the World (Girls)" is a song recorded by American recording artist Beyoncé Knowles. The "female-empowerment" song was written by Terius Nash, Knowles, Nick van de Wall, Wesley Pentz, David Taylor, and Adidja Palmer and production was handled by Switch, Knowles and Shea Taylor. Originally speculated to be titled "Girls (Who Run the World)", an unedited demo of the song leaked on the internet on April 18, 2011. "Run the World (Girls)" was later officially released on April 21, 2011 as the lead single from her yet-to-be-titled fourth studio album. The song samples "Pon de Floor" by Major Lazer, following the same alternative hip hop-dancehall genres, mixed with the pop and R&B sounds of Knowles. The song's title and lyrics contain an unapologetically aggressive message towards female empowerment.
From the Pulse Sonic podcast, "Taurus 2011" available on iTunes or streaming via http://www.pulsesonic.net "On the Floor" is a song by American recording artist Jennifer Lopez, taken from her upcoming seventh studio album Love? (2011). Written by Bilal Hajji, Kinda Hamid, Gonzalo G. Hermosa, Gonzalo U. Hermosa, Achraf Janussi, Armando Perez, Geraldo Sandell and co-written & produced by RedOne, the up-tempo dance-pop, electropop, house music song features vocals from American rapper Pitbull. Additionally, it incorporates Latin beats with a sample of Kaoma's 1989 hit single "Lambada." In production, it is similar to Lopez's debut single "If You Had My Love" (1999) and millennium hit single "Waiting for Tonight" (2000). Lopez recorded the song as it incorporated both the singing and dancing elements of her career.
From the Pulse Sonic podcast, "Taurus 2011" available on iTunes or streaming via http://www.pulsesonic.net "Till the World Ends" is a song by American recording artist Britney Spears. It was released as the second single from her seventh studio album, Femme Fatale. "Till the World Ends" was written by Dr. Luke, Alexander Kronlund, Max Martin and Kesha, while being produced by Dr. Luke, Max Martin and Billboard. The main inspiration of the song for Kesha was imagining Spears and any other female musician touring the world. "Till the World Ends" was leaked on March 3, 2011, and was released for digital download the following day. The song is composed as an uptempo dance-pop and electropop song with a chant-like chorus, where Spears sings about dancing until the end of the world.
From the Pulse Sonic podcast, "Taurus 2011" available on iTunes or streaming via http://www.pulsesonic.net "E.T." is a song by American recording artist Katy Perry from her third studio album Teenage Dream (2010). Written by Perry, Dr. Luke, Max Martin, and Ammo, and produced by the last three, it was released as the album's third promotional single on August 17, 2010. The song was later announced as the album's fourth single and released on February 16, 2011. The single version features vocals by American rapper Kanye West, who also appears in its Floria Sigismondi-directed music video, which was released on March 31, 2011.
From the Pulse Sonic podcast, "Gaga for Gaga" - available on iTunes or streaming via http://www.pulsesonic.net - "LoveGame" is an electropop song by American recording artist Lady Gaga from her debut album, The Fame (2008). Produced by RedOne, the track was released as the album's third single in North America and Europe and the fourth single in Australia, New Zealand and Sweden after "Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)". "LoveGame" was also released as the fourth single in the United Kingdom, after "Paparazzi".The song was critically appreciated for its catchy tune and the "I wanna take a ride on your disco stick" hook. Gaga had explained that the term 'disco stick' is a euphemism for a penis and was inspired by her sexual attraction with a stranger at a night club.
From the Pulse Sonic podcast, "Gaga for Gaga" - available on iTunes or streaming via http://www.pulsesonic.net - "Poker Face" is a song by American recording artist Lady Gaga from her debut album, The Fame. Produced by RedOne, it was released as the album's second single in late 2008 for some markets and in early 2009 for the rest of the world. The song is an uptempo dance-pop song in the key of G# minor, following in the footsteps of her previous single "Just Dance" but with a darker musical tone. The main idea behind the song is bisexuality and was a tribute by Gaga to her rock n' roll boyfriends. Lyrically, "Poker Face" is about sex and gambling.
From the Pulse Sonic podcast, available on iTunes or streaming via http://www.pulsesonic.net "Born This Way" is a song by American recording artist Lady Gaga. It is the title track from her forthcoming second studio album Born This Way and was released as its lead single on February 11, 2011. The song was written by Lady Gaga, and it was produced by Gaga, Fernando Garibay, and DJ White Shadow. The single was released onto Gaga's website for streaming on February 11, 2011. The same day it was released and sent to radio.
From the Pulse Sonic podcast, available on iTunes or streaming via http://www.pulsesonic.net "Never Say Never" is a song by Canadian recording artist Justin Bieber. The song serves as the theme song for The Karate Kid (2010), and features rap interludes from the film's star, Jaden Smith.