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1. Dj/Mc Demo - It`s Good Music for Good People! Dez. 2015

  • Published: 2015-12-01T15:31:39Z
  • By Demo_Exs
Dj/Mc Demo - It`s Good Music for Good People! Dez. 2015

☻/ /▌ DJ Demo / \

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5. It´s Good To Be Here "Live Version" - (Clio Mio 1º Parte - Intro)

  • Published: 2012-12-20T02:06:27Z
  • By LSDA
It´s Good To Be Here

It´s Good To Be Here (Live Version) - Intro 1º Parte del audio del anuncio del CLIO MIO "Sé Diferente" extraído de un fragmento del LIve Show de LSDA Compuesto y producido por LSDA Versión original incluída en el álbum Spirituality (2012)

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7. Loud-E - It´s Good To Be An Addict

  • Published: 2018-06-14T19:01:45Z
  • By Benji DF
Loud-E - It´s Good To Be An Addict

From the archive. Classic Loud-E Mix, CBS era, ca 2006. Or before.

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9. Indra - It`s good again (Rankin remix)

  • Published: 2013-05-24T09:43:34Z
  • By Ran-Kin
Indra - It`s good again (Rankin remix)

MY remix of this awsome Track.

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10. Sunburn In Cyprus - If It`s Good For Me (Green Haze remix) by Barrie Jay

Sunburn In Cyprus - If It`s Good For Me (Green Haze remix) by Barrie Jay

A laid-back jazzy song with a touch of the blues - the perfect soundtrack to a hot summers day. Written by: Ulli Conrad Sunburn In Cyprus are: Bianca Dietrich, Christian Villmann, Tim Jesinghaus, Ingo Quentin and Andreas Parth. Visit their website to found out more about the band and to listen and download more of their songs: The song and remix are available for licensing. For remixing enquiries please contact: [email protected]

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11. And It’s Good

And It’s Good

Deserves all the adjectives befitting a classic album. Genius. Sincerely groundbreaking indie rock." -Pop Matters review of "Aurora Borealis" ------------ In the year 2002, shortly after the unexpected death of his two year old son Kaidin, singer/songwriter Craig Minowa wrote over a hundred songs to deal with the loss. He called his solo project "Cloud Cult" and "They Live on the Sun" was finished in 2003 and went to #1 on college radio station charts across the country. Since that album, Cloud Cult's music has been strongly inspired by the "big picture" issues of life: "who are we, why are we here, where did we come from, where do we go". Minowa seems in constant pursuit of the light at the end of the tunnel. In 2004, released "Aurora Borealis" just six months after They Live on the Sun. Shortly after, Cloud Cult was nominated by the Minnesota Music Awards as “Artist of the Year” along with Prince and Paul Westerberg. With a van covered in solar panels, the band began touring nationally. Cloud Cult's stage show began to garner the attention of national press, as they included two live painters on stage, Connie Minowa and Scott West, as well as back screen video and performance artists.

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First track in candybeach . one of most appreciated producer ritmo with a HUGE monster of a track!! 'It´s Good'' .. and is true is a serious prime time ass shakin jackin nuke that will tear your dance floors right up! is really HUGE track!!

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17. Track 06 - "It´s Good To Be Here"

  • Published: 2011-06-25T14:13:36Z
  • By LSDA
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"It´s Good To Be Here" - Track 06 from LSDA´s new album - "SPIRITUALITY Produced by Fernando Montemurro (LSDA) Mastering & Mixing: Brian Iele Album cover art: "Monsieur" + info:

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18. It s Good To Be Alive

It s Good To Be Alive

There is a line between insanity and genius that Mark Mallman has built a career on. His solid songwriting and wild stage persona have earned him opening spots on stages with artists as diverse from Cat Power to Green Day to Guided by Voices to name a fraction. Mallman’s expansive catalog of infinitely catchy rock songs has rocked the airwaves of MTV, VH1, NPR, and dozens of major motion picture trailers and video games. On 2016's The End Is Not The End, Mallman exposes himself to the to rawest nerve, the likes of which haven’t been heard since Neutral Milk Hotel's In an Aeroplane Over The Sea or The Eels’ Electro-Shock Blues. It is a deliberate meditation on overcoming the roots of despair. But even so, this is a timeless, kick ass rock record. As Mallman sings it: “I didn't know where I was going / till I stopped believing and I started knowing / The story of life is what was manifested where once was a void.” He's been written about by Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, USA Today, Wired, NME, The Toronto Star, Chicago Sun-Times, the Denver Post and so on. However, despite this substantial list of credits, he's also been characterized as a madman numerous times, by numerous sources, over the years. Possibly for his “Elton Johnny Rotten” live show. But most likely Mallman actually is a mad genius for staging four of his “Marathon” events over the years, including a non-stop, non-sleep 78-hour song with 576-pages of lyrics, all live from his hometown’s Turf Club in an endurance exercise much more akin to John Cage than David Blaine. Did the 110 musicians and over 25,000 people who tuned into the internet broadcast during its peak think Mr. Serious (nickname) was nuts? Hopefully. Hmm, maybe Mallman isn’t such a madman after all. “Indie rock super hero.” – Minneapolis City Pages “...engaging ballads and forceful pop tunes...” – Rolling Stone “Mallman ’s ‘70s-redolent music could be huge...” – Pitchfork “Tin Pan Alley-meets-Madison Square Garden.” – Salt Lake City Weekly “Mad pop genius.” – My Old Kentucky Blog “David Lynch would appreciate Mallman’s world.” – Chicago Sun Times “You’ve not really lived until you’ve seen Mark Mallman...” – Denver Post

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20. It´s good

It´s good

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