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  1. Kazikasa

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    It's Alright, I Feel It! (Live From the Darkside of the Moon) by Armand Van Helden () Electronic / Dance. It's Alright, I Feel It! (Roni Size Remix) by Roni Size () Credits Beta. Writers: Jocelyn Brown, Kenny Dope, Benny Diggs.
  2. Zukinos

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    "Can You Feel the Beat" by Nexus 21 sampled Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam and Full Force's "Can You Feel the Beat". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of .
  3. Nigami

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    Writing for Entertainment Weekly, Alanna Nash gave I Feel Alright an "A" grade. She wrote, "If I Feel Alright doesn’t deliver the grit that has been Earle’s gift to rock and country, his roots-rock joie de vivre sends no apologies, only a healthy message for the ’90s: Don’t feel bad about feeling good.". Accolades.
  4. Malara

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    Check out Feel What U Feel (An Amazon Music Original) by Lisa Loeb on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on trichabfrandinteofredgennueneygildazzcar.xyzinfo(18).
  5. Munris

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    May 11,  · Feel Alright Lyrics: Oh, Sunday morning not a scrap in sight / I'll go without, I do it out of spite, all by myself, yeah / Food's lost it's flavour, I refuse to bite / Do myself no favours, I stay in.
  6. Faedal

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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Its Allright [Disco Feelin' Dubmix] - Wendel Kos on AllMusic -
  7. Dam

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    Ring My Bell (Eiffel 65 Radio Edit) Remix – Eiffel – Bells Colyseum (Dj' Flex Mix) Remix – DJ Flex: – Lisa vs. Resolver: Feel It (Allright Edit) – The Optimistic: The Theorem: – Dazzler: Red Skin: – Carl Cox: Worlwide Ultimatum: – Starship: Starship (Moon 4/5(2).
  8. Mezigrel

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    Feel What U Feel. Lisa's GRAMMY winning Best Children's Album, available exclusively on Amazon Music, with guest musicians Craig Robinson, Ed Helms, Kyler England, Renee Stahl, and co-produced by Rich Jacques. Click song titles below for lyrics.
  9. Nikosar

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    It’s Alright, I Feel It! continues the same disco-jazz-funk fusion from Nuyorican Soul’s album. This time, however, Jocelyn Brown provides the vocals -- and you can hear the strains of gospel in her voice. Though the track isn’t as strong as Runaway, it’s still a powerhouse track.

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