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  1. Grorn
    Shawn Mendes Has A Dance Party For One In ‘Stitches’ Video. The singer doesn't appear in the video, but it will definitely get you dancing. Christina Garibaldi. 03/18/ News. Reply
  2. Takus
    Stitches discography and songs: Music profile for Stitches, born 17 June Genres: Trap, Southern Hip Hop, Gangsta Rap. Albums include Brick in Yo Face, No . Reply
  3. Gardagul
    – The Actual: Dancing On The Perimeter Music By – Jeffrey Keenan, Jeremy Bonsall Music By, Lyrics By – Max Bernstein Producer – Douglas Grean*, Scott Weiland: 10 – R.E.M. Everybody Hurts Producer – R.E.M., Scott Litt Written-By – Bill Berry (2), Michael Stipe, Mike Mills, Peter Buck: 11 – Louis Armstrong 'Bout Time. Reply
  4. Maushakar
    The Actual is the only true “rock” band to come out in years. “In Stitches” is a complete debut by these guys. Honestly “The Pride of the Echelon”, and “September Had a Trigger Finger” aren’t really that great. The same can be said for “Dancing on the Perimeter” but everything else on this album is pretty solid. Reply
  5. Faekree
    Michelangelo’s 5-star review: Amazing Venue Highlights Outstanding Artists SITREP From the stage dimensions, to the audience seating, to the general admission, to the balcony, to the restrooms, even to the smoking areas to hang out with friends, the Paramount theater is a fantastic venue. Located in Downtown Oakland on Broadway, public transportation makes it extremely to get to. Reply
  6. Kazrazil
    In , The Actual contributed two songs "Promised Land" and "Dancing On The Perimeter" to the film "Bewitched". The Actual's second album In Stitches was released on May 31, on the Softdrive label. They promoted the album by touring as the opening act for Velvet Revolver . Reply
  7. Fezilkree
    Bewitched Theme () Written by Howard Greenfield and Jack Keller. Won't Get Fooled Again Dancing on the Perimeter Written by Max Bernstein, Jeremy Bonsall and Jeffrey Keenan Performed by The Actual. L-O-V-E () Music by Bert Kaempfert Lyrics by Milton Gabler (as Milt Gabler). Reply
  8. Kirn
    Stitches is at its best when it aims for somewhere in between the cacophonous and the weightless, offering up a pair of gems in the affecting, Beatles-esque waltz "Magdalene" and the fractured, quietly desperate title track, the latter of which, like much of the album, is built on a foundation of nervous violence ("The blood left my hands. Reply

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