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Peachy - Special Smile album download

Peachy - Special Smile album download

Special Smile
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Smile is an album released by The Pillows on October 31, 2001. It contains several references to the work of Charlie Chaplin, such as "Smile" and "Calvero". Good Morning Good News" – 3:26. Waiting at the Busstop" – 2:11. All the Way to the Edge of this World" (この世の果てまで) – 3:49. Winning Come Back!" – 1:16. Vain Dog (in rain drop)" – 3:33. Fun Fun Fun Ok!" – 3:35. Thunder Whales Picnic" – 2:55. Everyday Songs" (日々のうた) – 3:46.

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Smile (stylized as SMiLE) is an unfinished album by American rock band the Beach Boys that was projected to follow their 11th studio album, Pet Sounds (1966). After bandleader and principal songwriter Brian Wilson abandoned over fifty hours of music recorded over a ten-month period with outside lyricist Van Dyke Parks, the band substituted its release with Smiley Smile (1967), an album containing stripped-down remakes of some Smile material.