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Play It Cool (Extended Mix)


"Daddy Cool" was a novelty gimmick record with an unusual, percussive intro by producer Frank Farian doing rhythmic tic-tic-tics and playing on his teeth with a pencil. Farian also sang all male voice parts (Bobby Farrell always danced to full playback). His characteristic deep voice sings: "She's crazy like a fool..." and is answered by the multilayered voices of Liz Mitchell and Marcia Barrett: "...wild about Daddy Cool". This line has been misheard by listeners as "...what about Daddy Cool", so much so that the band started singing it that way during live performances.[1] The bass riff kicks in and builds to the instrumental theme followed by the repetitive, nursery rhyme-like verse and chorus twice.




Play It Cool (Extended Mix)



Rufus keyboardist David "Hawk" Wolinski wrote the song around a repeating synthesizer loop backed by a Linn LM-1 drum computer; however, John "JR" Robinson, the band's drummer, played real drums for the recording session. The band held a democratic vote, and they decided to include the song in their album repertoire. Once the song was recorded, Warner executives wanted to issue another song as the album's first single.[citation needed] Wolinski threatened to give the song to singer Michael Jackson and producer Quincy Jones for Jackson's album Thriller if the song was not the lead-off single. The label relented and "Ain't Nobody" was issued and hit number one on the R&B chart for the week ending October 15, 1983.[2]


The song was included on the soundtrack album to the 1984 film Breakin'.[3] In 2021, "Ain't Nobody" was ranked number 403 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.[4] The song was adopted in the United Kingdom by fans of some of the country's football clubs, with the words: Ain't nobody loves (player), makes me happy, makes me feel this way.


Larry Flick from Billboard described LL Cool J's version as a "pop juiced hip-hop ditty." He added, "The rap vet playfully unfurls his patented love-talk on top of an insinuating classic-funk bassline. The hip-grinding verses lead to a chantable chorus that re-creates the best portions of the timeless Rufus nugget [..]. Programmers starved for something sexy and immediately appealing need look no further."[59] Alan Jones from Music Week felt that "LL Cool J's comeback with Ain't Nobody is more workmanlike than inspired, with all the lyrical dexterity we expect from him." He noted that "it includes an un-named femme who takes over to sing the chorus though this simply draws attention to what a good vocalist Chaka Khan is. A surefire hit, and quite a big one at that, though not one of LL's best."[60]


Move your tank with the arrow keys or WASD. Aim your tank and fire with your mouse. Defeat enemy tanks, collect coins, and destroy the enemy base in order to clear each level. Spend your money wisely to upgrade your tank with better armor, weapons, visibility, and more.\r\n\r\nIf you have trouble moving and firing at the same time, try using the arrow keys to move instead of WASD or vice-versa. Moving while firing is one of the most important aspects of Awesome Tanks, so you\u2019ll have to get really comfortable with it. If you just stand still while playing, we guarantee that you will start losing rounds quickly. You are outnumbered from the get-go, so you will have to be smarter than the other approaching tanks.\r\n\r\nAnother tip - try and increase your visibility quickly that way you can destroy some tank spawners from afar. This will reduce the number of enemy tanks that you have to deal with, without even having to fight. Visibility is one of the cheaper upgrades anyways, so you will be able to max out your visibility during the earlier rounds. \r\n" } } , { "@type":"Question", "name":"What makes Awesome Tanks fun?", "acceptedAnswer":{ "@type":"Answer", "text":"Awesome Tanks combines the fast-paced gameplay of skill games with the strategical components of idle games. Players must use their resources wisely, while also using their reflexes and coordination to get past all 15 levels of the game.


Copter Royale is another game that players are likely to enjoy if they liked Awesome Tanks. The gameplay is very similar. Players are in a vehicle fighting against others, and they must constantly be on the move and shoot approaching enemies if they hope to survive. Instead of being a single-player game like Awesome Tanks though, Copter Royale is a multiplayer battle royale game - the last player standing wins.


Diggy is another game that has similar elements to Awesome Tanks. Copter Royale had the fighting component of Awesome Tanks, but Diggy has the upgrading and the strategy components. In Diggy, players are trying to dig to the center of the Earth. A lofty goal, we know. However, players are able to dig up ores, earn coins, and use them to make upgrades to their energy levels and their drill in order to reach their goal. This has a surprisingly similar feeling to Awesome Tanks in the sense that players must spend the coins that they earned wisely in order to win the game.


Awesome Tanks combines the fast-paced gameplay of skill games with the strategical components of idle games. Players must use their resources wisely, while also using their reflexes and coordination to get past all 15 levels of the game.


Notes go into patterns, and you can edit one pattern at a time.Those numbered boxes at the bottom of the editor are the different patterns you can edit.Click the boxes to move to a different part of the song, or click the arrows on the currently selected box to swap which pattern is played during that part of the song.


In the note pattern editor, you can click and drag horizontally on a note to adjust its duration.You can also click above or below an existing note to add more notes to be played simultaneously, which is called a chord.


BeepBox has many more features. Try playing with the buttons and menus on the right side to find out what it can do!You can also click on the label next to each option for a description of what it does.


Neither John Nesky nor BeepBox assume responsibility for any copyrighted material played on BeepBox. No songs are ever received, recorded, or distributed by BeepBox's servers. All song data is contained in the URL after the hash (#) mark, and your song data will not leave your device unless you copy and share the URL. BeepBox does not collect, track, or share any user data.


Think about the hundreds of songs you can play with a handful of chords. If you use a guitar capo, things are even easier because you can transpose the chords in different positions of the guitar neck.


Help the bartender mix drinks in the right ratios for Miguel! Choose from a shelf full of different drinks that range from Vodka, Whiskey, Vermouth, Tripple-Sec, Gin etc. and mix them together for the ultimate drink for a good night out. Add ice or lemon to the drinks to give it that extra kick but be careful, mixing the drinks in the wrong amounts or simply mixing the wrong drinks could end in in the worst of ways! No bartending school required!First you must add your choice of spirit. Maybe you will choose Kahula, Vermouth, or even Tequila? Next, you can add an accompanying juice such as orange, lemon, and cranberry. Will you add some ice to cool your drink or maybe a lemon to add a little sourness? Shake your drink and serve your concoction to Miguel. Will he like your cocktail or will it send him to an early grave? Can you create the right mix and serve the perfect drink?


Many songs are organized in sections such as intro, verse, and chorus. Each section is usually eight bars long, or a multiple of eight. When you create a GarageBand song, it contains one repeating section. You can add more sections, set the length of a section, and play back a single section or all sections. 041b061a72


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