Sugar Ray - The Interview mp3 downloadPerformer: Sugar Ray
Title: The Interview
Style: Funk Metal,Heavy Metal,Post-Grunge
Released: February 8, 2000
Size MP3 version: 1722 mb
Size FLAC version: 1814 mb
Size WMA version: 1630 mb
Format: RA MP4 AIFF VOX MP2 MOD
Genre: Pop Rock
Sugar Ray - The Interview mp3 download
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Sugar Ray sold millions of records in the late 1990s and early 2000s thanks to massive radio hits like Fly, Every Morning, Someday, and When It’s Over, but their fortunes plummeted after 2003’s In the Pursuit of Leisure failed to generate a hit and Atlantic dropped them. Their most recent release, 2009’s Music for Cougars, came out on the indie label Pulse Music and didn’t rise above Number 80 on the charts. They’re calling the album Little Yachty because they feel like Sugar Ray was a yacht-rock band for the Nineties, at least spiritually and aesthetically. Many of the LP’s songs were created with Sam Hollander, the producer of Panic! at the Disco’s massive hit High Hopes. It was fun writing with a modern-day songwriter that has his ears to the pulse, McGrath says. It’s a modern-sounding record, but its Sugar Ray all the way.
Sugar Ray is the self-titled fourth studio album by the band Sugar Ray. The album was released on June 12, 2001, and debuted at number 6 on the Billboard 200 chart, and went gold. The album's first single, "When It's Over", performed well on pop and rock charts as well. The track "Words to Me" was featured on the Scooby-Doo film soundtrack in 2002. Also, the track "Sorry Now" was featured in Scary Movie 2.
Sugar Ray is an American rock band from Newport Beach, California. Originally forming in 1986 and playing heavier nu metal style music, the band achieved mainstream popularity in 1997 with their more pop influenced single, "Fly". The song's success led the band to shift its style dramatically to the more radio-friendly pop sound with their subsequent releases.
Sugar Ray started out as a hard rock punk band in the beginning. You transitioned to nu metal. Then you went mainstream pop and now you're all the way to yacht rock. Let's go back to what you said about the 14:59 album and poking fun at yourself, because I was reading this 1999 Rolling Stone interview, and I realized that you've always been kind of self-deprecating and bitingly realistic. How did you develop that attitude? I've always kind of led with that.
Sugar Ray’s lead singer talks the band’s new album, the '90s, and why he’ll never ditch the highlights. July 7 at 10:56 AM ·.
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