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, and the production duo Rob Tyger and Kay Denar. ''Green Eyed Soul (Green Eyed Soul (Sarah Connor album))'', which was eventually released on November 26, 2001 in German-speaking Europe, yielded her first two singles "Let's Get Back to Bed – Boy!," a collaboration with American rapper TQ (TQ (singer)), and "French Kissing," a song based on BLACKstreet’s "No Diggity." However, it was the album’s third single "From Sarah with Love" which


Netherlands

;ref name "McF" This line-up recorded his third album, ''Green'', released in May, Manning left in June to be replaced by Ian Miller. In January 1978, Young released a disco single titled "Standing in the Rain", Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands


Germany

Control Charts German Singles Chart . Following success in mainland Europe with her single "From Sarah with Love" and her R&B-oriented debut album '' Green Eyed Soul

album, ''Green Eyed Soul (Green Eyed Soul (Sarah Connor album))''. The song also appears on her ''A Night to Remember: Pop Meets Classic'' DVD. "In My House" was also recorded by American punk indie rock band Big Black; the recording appeared on a special five-inch vinyl single included with the group's concert video ''Pigpile''. *"Hurting on the Inside" was was recorded by British reggae act Sammy Levi on the Passion label in 1989. File:Rekenaar 1553.jpg thumb right


United States

instrumental workouts of previous efforts, but 1978's ''Green (Green (Steve Hillage album))'', co-produced by Pink Floyd's Nick Mason, was a return to his earlier work. The '''Quaker Oats Company''' is an American (United States) food conglomerate (Conglomerate (company)) based in Chicago (Chicago, Illinois). It has been owned by Pepsico since 2001.

and British authorities were aware of the imminent military operation. "'''Orange Crush'''" is a song by the American (United States) alternative rock band R.E.M. It was released as the first single from the band's sixth studio album, ''Green (Green (R.E.M. album))'', in 1988. It was not commercially released in the US despite reaching number one as a promotional single on both the Mainstream (Mainstream Rock Tracks) and Modern Rock Tracks (where, at the time, it had

. released as the second single from the album ''Green (Green (R.E.M. album))'' in 1989. The song quickly rose up the charts, peaking at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming R.E.M.'s second top 10 hit in the United States. The song reached #48 on the UK Singles Charts. The song reached #16 in Canada. The following is a list of United States Ambassadors, or other Chiefs of Mission, to El Salvador. The title given by the United States State Department to this position


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