Fake It Till We Die is the eleventh studio album by Dutch singer Anouk. It was released only seven months after its predecessor Queen for a Day. Although Anouk is primarily known for her rock songs, this album features mostly soul and funk oriented tracks. The preceding singles “Down Daddy Down” and “Burn” are a great example of Anouk's expansion to these genres.
The Secret Life of Pets is a 2016 American 3D computer-animated buddy adventure comedy film. The film's score was composed by French film composer Alexandre Desplat, who has won an Academy Award for his score to the film The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Fumbling Towards Ecstasy is the third album by Canadian singer-songwriter and Grammy Award Winner Sarah McLachlan and proved to be her worldwide breakthrough album. The album include the hitsingles "Possession", "Hold On", "Good Enough" and "Fear and Ice Cream".
Here Come the Horns is the second studio album by the hip hop group Delinquent Habits. This album is againfeatured Sen Dog (Cypress Hill) as well as Sen's brother, pioneering Latin rapper Mellow Man Ace. Music videos were made for "This is LA" and "Here Come the Horns".
Left Of The Middle is the 1997 debut album by three-time Grammy nominee, songwriter, actor and model Natalie Imbruglia. Spurred by the success of the hit single "Torn", the album became an instant worldwide success.