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- Bass [Ba.] – Mita
- Bass [Noise Ba.] – Takasawa
- Drums [Dr.] – Junya
- Guitar [Gt.] – Kato
- Vocals [Vo.] – N.O.R.I.
NotesComes with single sided 4-panel cover.
Track 6 is a Crossed Out cover.
Short introA live version of Thoughtless written by Monica Martin and Eg White. Musicians Lead vocal: Monica Martin Keys: Jack Conte Guitar: Ryan Lerman Drums. Recorded Live at Boulevard in Hollywood, CA. Watch more videos. Listen to music from Thoughtless Live like Monica Martin & Scary Pockets. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Thoughtless Live. Track is an indie poprockdancepunk band from Columbus, OH. Full length release coming May 2013. 25 May 2013 . our album is finally up to listen todownload check it out and let us know what you think 10 track album. It Gets Better, Kid, by Thoughtless. 10 track album. Songs in album Evanescence - Thoughtless 2004. Evanescence - 01 Thoughtless Live in Paris 2004 Cover Korn Unavailable. Evanescence - 02 Thoughtless Instrumental V. 1 Unavailable. Evanescence - 03 Thoughtless Instrumental V. 2 Unavailable. Evanescence - 04 Thoughtless Instrumental V. 3 Unavailable. 21, marking his first solo album in five years. He released the title track Here on Earth today along with the powerful black-and-white accompanying visual today July 10, which follows his lead single I Called Mama from May that swiftly became a No. 1 hit on Billboard's Country Digital Song Sales chart dated May 23. Listen to Here on Earth, and check out the tracklist for McGraw's Here on Earth, which is available for pre-order, below. Here on Earth tracklist: 1. Chevy Spaceship 3. Here On Earth 4. Damn Sure Do 5. Hallelujahville 6. Good Taste In Women 7. Hard To Stay Mad At 8. Sheryl Crow 9. Not From California 10. Hold You Tonight 11. Just better. Thoughtless was released as the album's second single in July 2002. The single charted at 11 on the US Alternative chart, and at 37 on the UK main chart. YouTube Encyclopedic. This song was introduced to fans during a live show at the Hammerstein Ballroom, in NYC on June 10, 2002, which celebrated the release of the band's fifth album, Untouchables. This performance appears on the DVD release entitled Live. Thoughtless has been played during the Untouchables promotional tour, in 2002, but it was scrapped from the band's set list one year later. 1 Background. 2 Live performance. 3 Music video. 4 Evanescence cover. The song has been covered by band Evanescence, both on tour and for the 2004 live album Anywhere but Home, with a different intro that features piano arrangements. Live at Leeds is the first live album by English rock band The Who. It was recorded at the University of Leeds Refectory on 14 February 1970, and is their only live album that was released while the group were still actively recording and performing with their best known line-up of Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle and Keith Moon. The Who were looking for a way to follow up their 1969 album Tommy, and had recorded several shows on tours supporting that album, but didn't like the sound. Thoughtless is a song by American post-grunge band Korn. Evanescence covered it on their live album Anywhere But Home. Thoughtless is about the Columbine High School shooting through the eyes of the murderers. Jonathan Davis, the vocalist of Korn, said that Thoughtless is a song about people who are constantly ridiculed and the collateral damage it can cause. Categories: Anywhere But Home. Covers by Evanescence. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. Untouchables album Untouchables album. Single music 45 rpm single record with large central hole as used in the US for jukeboxes 45 rpm EP on a turntable, ready to be played. Music video. In the beginning, a high-school aged boy who is revealed to be called Floyd Louis Cifer in a yearbook, and whose first name was the working title of Thoughtless on the unmastered, leaked version of Untouchables, portrayed by Aaron Paul who was 22 at the time, is walking through the hallways of his school
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