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It's a Shame About Ray is the fifth album by American alternative rock band The Lemonheads. It was released on June 2, 1992. Tom Morgan of Australian band Smudge helped author the album, The Robb Brothers produced, and Juliana Hatfield played bass and sang backing vocals on some songs
Dude, we're harshing your mellow.
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This interaction you created is really great. Well, thank. t’s a bummer that the implementation sucks though. The developers weren’t able to follow what we told them to do and ended up implementing something really bad, super hard to use. Breathe. We are entirely responsible for the products and experiences people use. That’s our job; it’s in our job title. Which means we are also responsible for the final product implemented by our teams. If the final implementation does not look great, one of these things happened along the way
While it might seem like a bummer to spend your summer vacation working, it's actually a good way to spend your time. Some Caribbean destinations are better suited to adults, and touching down at one of these island hot spots, kids in tow, can be a real vacation bummer. Everything from the monsters to the landscape is a three-dimensional work of art, although in some cases, it's kind of a bummer that there isn't much detail to certain specifics even with such great technology.
Still, it's a remarkable start for an album that arrived with no notice, was sold only through digital retail, is termed a mixtape by Drake (and not a proper studio album) and only had a little more than three days of sales powering its debut. The new set was released in the evening of Thursday, Feb. 12 through Young Money/Cash Money/Republic Records. It was announced last July. Here are some notable facts and figures about Drake's latest No. 1 album: - If You're Reading This It's Too Late sold 495,000 copies in its first chart week, marking Drake's third-biggest sales frame. Only the bows of Nothing Was the Same (658,000) and Take Care (631,000) were larger. If You're Reading This logs the largest sales week for an R&B/hip-hop album since Beyonce's own surprise self-titled album debuted with 617,000 sold after a little more than three days on sale (in the week ending Dec. 15, 2013).
|A 1||Name In Vain|
|A 2||Can't Win|
|B 1||New Strings|
- Executive-producer – Anthony DeLuca