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  1. Tygobar

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    Oct 15,  · This Fire Paula Cole Rock · Preview SONG TIME Hush, Hush, Hush. (Album Version) Paula Cole More by Paula Cole. Greatest Hits - Postcards from East Oceanside Courage Ithaca (Bonus Track Version) Released on: October 15,
  2. Tokinos

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    It didn’t so much foreshadow her subsequent accomplishments: the double-platinum second album, This Fire; her hit singles “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone” and “I Don’t Want To Wait,” her Best New Artist Grammy and an additional six Grammy nominations; or becoming a Grammy-nominated producer and founder of her own record label.
  3. Arashijin

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    Mar 04,  · Hush, Hush, Hush. Artist Paula Cole; Album This Fire; Writers Paula Cole; Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of Warner Records Label); Sony ATV Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, SOLAR Music Rights Management, CMRRA, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - SonyATV, and 2 Music Rights Societies.
  4. Mazuzilkree

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    Aug 19,  · Ian Gillian was born in London, England on August 19, and joined Deep Purple in , replacing original lead singer Rod Evans one year after the band’s debut album. Gillian’s powerful vocals, together with his charisma, quickly caught the eye of worldwide music fans, as he was perfect for the new and rising Hard Rock/Heavy Metal music.
  5. Akinosho

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  6. Araran

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    Paula Cole – Hush, Hush, Hush. General Commentthe album is "this fire" its a great album, of the piece. i never thought. i would listen and think it was just a lullaby but then again i used to listen to this CD when i was i totally agree with LittleBriddie on her interpretation of the song. excellent.
  7. Dole

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    Cole took a hiatus to raise her daughter, Sky. In Cole released Amen with the newly formed "Paula Cole Band". The album's debut single "I Believe In Love" was initially not a success but was remixed by producer Jonathan Peters into a successful dance song. The song "Amen" was featured and performed by Paula and the band at P3 on the hit tv show Charmed in
  8. Megar

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    referencing This Fire, HDCD, Album, 9 Fantastic album that's near perfect, except for Peter Gabriel completely ruining "Hush, Hush, Hush" with that ridiculous bridge vocal cameo. Love Peter but the song would have been fine without him adding to it.
  9. Narg

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    Paula Cole's songwriting and musical skills sharpened considerably on her second album, This Fire. Occasionally, she flirts a little too closely with Sarah McLachlan territory, but Cole has developed her own, subtly mature style, equally informed by textured electronics, light worldbeat influences, and soul-baring lyrics.

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