Born Again is the 11th studio album by English heavy metal band Black Sabbath, which was released in August of 1983. It is the only album the group recorded with lead vocalist Ian Gillan, best known for his work with Deep Purple. It was also the last Black Sabbath album for nine years to feature original bassist Geezer Butler, and the last to feature drummer Bill Ward until he played a studio track on their 1998 live album Reunion
Lovers Again is the sixth studio album by American recording artist Alexander O'Neal. Do You Right" - 4:24. Let's Get Together" - 4:26. Lovers Again" - 3:31. Can You Stand the Rain" - 4:23. Baby Come to Me" - 4:01. No One But You" - 4:42. Body Talkin'" - 4:24. More Than My Heart" - 4:08. If We Get It On" - 4:15 (Japan only)
Ben Again is the eighteenth episode of Ben 10: Omniverse.
P-ben is a young dj producer from the south of France. This is listening to the spectacular mix of Jeff Mills in the late 90s that Ben will start the mi. e start young and mix happen in a lot of raves party and underground clubs. He start production also ten years later, sign on a lot of of digital label.
1. Born Again (Intro). Mixed By – Roger CheProducer – Harve "Joe Hooker" Pierre, J Dub. 1:28. Mixed By – Cus (2)Producer – Clark KentRap – Sadat XRecorded By – Ben Allen, Jim Janik. Born Again (CD, Album). Bad Boy Records (5), Bad Boy Entertainment.
Album · 2015 · 14 Songs. Ben Haenow (Deluxe Album) Ben Haenow. Listen on Apple Music. Rollicking pop-rock from the X Factor winner.
Born Again commences Biggie’s posthumous disemboweling. It’s the first project bearing his name that was conceived, produced, and completed after the Brooklyn icon had gasped his last breaths. By now, rap fans are deeply familiar with this baleful, unlovely creature-the posthumous collection of reworked demos, outtakes, and leftovers cobbled together by executives and hired guns, paired with a list of guest artists and of-the-moment producers. The following year, he released the debut album from The Lox, a hardheaded trio of Yonkers rappers with a deafening street buzz. Puff decked them in shiny suits and dropped them in front of Hype Williams’ fish-eye lens, where they looked about as comfortable as middle schoolers stranded at prom. The album included the less-heralded, equally maudlin tribute, We’ll Always Love Big Poppa.