Stay The Night - Various - Hot Hits (CD)

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  1. The lead-off single was “Stay The Night”, a seductive pop-rocker that reached the Top 40, as well as receiving a lot of airplay on MTV. Elektra mistakenly released “Too Hot To Stop” as the second single, that song failed to chart at all on the Billboard Hot , even if did become an album rock favorite.
  2. Jun 02,  · Clarity is the debut studio album by Russian-German electronic music producer Zedd, released on 5 October by Interscope Records. A deluxe edition of the album was released on 24 September , preceded by the release of the single "Stay the Night", which features Hayley Williams of Paramore, on 10 September /5(29).
  3. Oct 03,  · The hits continued with platinum awards for Shake It Up () and Heartbeart City, while their Greatest Hits made it into the Top 20 in That same year, the Cars disbanded. Around the same time, Orr embarked on a solo career and had a hit with "Stay the Night" from his album The Lace.
  4. Aug 21,  · Hits: Boogie Nights / Various VARIOUS ARTISTS. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ Stay The Night (Album Version) Stay The Night (Album Version) Listen Now $ 2. "Stay The Night" remains one of my favorite Jane Olivers songs. One of her best arranged songs with memorable lyrics/5(53).
  5. This CD contains Top 40 hit singles from the Autumn of & some are STILL appearing on the TOP 40 Charts, for the week ending March 15, "Now 49" has 5 BONUS Tracks, just like "Now 33" from did. I'd like to offer my song by song review, as follows: /5().
  6. Stay the night Stay the night Stay the night Don't say you don't know Stay the night It's all right Just stay the night Stay the night Let a little love show Stay the night Stay tonight Stay the night.
  7. Song information for Stay the Night - Chicago on AllMusic Various Artists. Superstars in Digital. Warner Bros. Chicago. Greatest Hits Rhino:
  8. Dec 20,  · Stay The Night (feat. Hayley Williams of Paramore) [Zedd & Kevin Drew Remix] “Stay The Night” is taken from Zedd’s album ‘Clarity’. Subscribe to Zedd’s channel to stay .

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