Tintin & Rogue Troopa - Never Forget / Blurred album
Tintin in the Land of the Soviets Tintin in the Congo Tintin in America Cigars of the Pharaoh The Blue Lotus The Broken Ear The Black Island King Ottokar's Sceptre. The Crab with the Golden Claws The Shooting Star The Secret of the Unicorn Red Rackham's Treasure The Seven Crystal Balls Prisoners of the Sun Land of Black Gold Destination Moon. Explorers on the Moon The Calculus Affair The Red Sea Sharks Tintin in Tibet The Castafiore Emerald Flight 714 Tintin and the Picaros Tintin and Alph-Art. Tintin Snowy Captain Haddock Cuthbert Calculus The Thomsons Bianca Castafiore.
Blurred Lines is the sixth studio album by American singer-songwriter Robin Thicke. It was first released in Germany on July 12, 2013, and released in the United States on July 30, 2013, by Star Trak Entertainment and Interscope Records. The album features guest appearances from . Pharrell, Kendrick Lamar and 2 Chainz. am also features as a guest writer on the track "Give It 2 U" and also serves as a producer on the tracks "Feel Good" and "Go Stupid 4 U".
Following his major-label debut, Mellow Gold, with a scratchy, lo-fi indie album was a masterstroke that said you’d never be able to pin him down.
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I'm broker than a bitch and I'm sick and tired I'm feelin' like I'm walkin' in fire I'm feeling like I'm Jo Jo Dancer Before I expire, can I get rich prior? In Longbeach them bullets whizz by ya Clapper ain't a rapper still it spit fire It ain't no jobs; nobody gets hired So to escape it junkies get higher Six in the morning hustling on the corner Tryna get out that abyss, I was born in Switch me with Foreman, 'Rumble In the Jungle' Piss me, you're gonna get mixed. Some of us die, some got threw in prison I wanna ride, for a new position I wanna make a album about my life But in this music bid'ness tell me who would listen What you wanna hear: truth or fiction?
The worldwide No 1 single Blurred Lines changed that. Whether it's "rapey" is debatable, but Thicke certainly doesn't do himself many favours elsewhere on the album. The music is sunny funk/soul, there are seamless cameos from Pharrell and Kendrick Lamar, and Thicke proves a loose-limbed loverman of a vocalist – but the positive qualities are overshadowed by his blunt-instrument romantic technique
NotesSide A: 175 bpm.
Side B: 171 bpm.