Relax - Judge Dread - Relax

04.01.2020Darn 7 Comments


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  1. I had the worst sleep paralysis episode (huge pressure on my chest) today and I want to relax so that i can sleep tonight. Anxiety took over and I think it was the cause of having a bad night (I say this because I took a nap earlier and had no trouble).
  2. "Relax" is the debut single by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, released in the United Kingdom by ZTT Records in The song was later included on the album Welcome to the Pleasuredome. — Although fairly inauspicious upon initial release, "Relax" finally reached number one on the UK singles chart.
  3. Judge Dread once was a Rolling Stones roadie and the only white musician ever to be intentionally (!) invited to play at the famous Apollo Club (N.Y.). Sítios: Wikipedia.
  4. The Guinness Book of World Records credited Judge Dread for having the highest number (eleven) of banned songs of all time. Several of his songs mentioned Snodland, the small town in Kent where Judge Dread lived, including "The Belle of Snodland Town". There is a road in the town of Snodland named after him, the Alex Hughes Close.
  5. Oct 29,  · It was banned, of course. FURTHER LISTENING: Although the follow-up single, Two Tribes, also sold over a million copies, nobody remembers it. These guys were a one-hit-wonder band. COVERS: Most are just meh. Judge Dread’s was the first, and the Bloodhound Gang song samples Relax.
  6. The very latest chart stats about la - peak chart position, weeks on chart, week-by-week chart run, catalogue number.
  7. Though I'm surprised that after going for "Baby it's Cold Outside" the pressure groups didn't go after "Relax" Though no doubt the pro Trump nutjobs in the southern states will target it (no pun intended) when their brain cell listen to what's being sung. Back in the 70’s, the BBC banned all the Judge Dread .
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