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Saraya - Back To The Bullet album

Saraya - Back To The Bullet album Performer: Saraya
Title: Back To The Bullet
Style: Pop Rock
Date of release: 1989
Country: US
Size MP3: 1536 mb
Size FLAC: 1656 mb
Rating: 4.7

Lately I find myself driving past your house Past the bar we used to go, whoa Anywhere that you might be Oh, that's where my body leads me Ooh, it's the only place I know Gonna follow where it leads me Even if I don't wanna go. Here I am, back to the bullet Shoot me down again, I want you to Here I am, back to the bullet This time I won't run from you. Heard it all before and I know I'll hear it again "He's no good, better stay away" But every night when I picture us alone Oh, the words just fade away Holding on to yesterday.

Lyrics for Back to the Bullet by Saraya. Lately i find myself Driving past your house Past the bar we used to go Anywhere that you. (back to the bullet) oh. .

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Bullet For My Valentine reflect on the album that (almost) sent them stratospheric. And I remember my dad coming down to the house and giving me a cheque to cover my mortgage for two months, and getting all upset and thanking him. Matt: I had a back-up plan until I was 17 – I wanted to be a rugby player and played at a regional level. But the music took over, and I started drinking and smoking and going to heavy metal shows. And that was it. Decamping to the residential Chapel Studios in rural Lincolnshire, the foursome launched themselves into making the album, recording by day and piecing together last-minute songs at night

Bullet" was the first 7" EP, and second release, by the horror punk band The Misfits. It was self-produced and distributed on the band's own Plan 9 Records as catalog number PL1001. It was recorded in January of 1978 at . Recording and mastered at Spectrum Sound by Rich Flores, released in June of 1978. These records are sometimes incorrectly referred to as "Better Dead On Red"' because of the artwork that was added to the back cover, which featured an image of a bullet hole and the words "Better Dead On Re. These same covers were used to package approximately 100 of the first pressing black EPs, which have often been mistaken for a rare third pressing. In fact, there were only two pressings, and Danzig has refuted claims of a third pressing numbering at least 7000


Back To The Bullet (Rock Mix) 3:40
Back To The Bullet (Pop Mix) 3:40


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CDP 129 Saraya Back To The Bullet ‎(CD, Single, Promo) Polydor CDP 129 US 1989
DJP 352 Saraya Back To The Bullet ‎(12", Promo) Polydor DJP 352 Canada 1989