Thursday, September 26, 2013

Skylar Grey - Get Lucky (Daft Punk cover)



Skylar Grey covers the biggest hit of the summer, Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky', for VEVO's new original series, #NissanTracks. It all begins at a game show where Skylar wins a Versa Note and it soon turns out to be the luckiest day of her life! #yourdoortomore

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iTunes: Skylar Grey "Don't Look Down" eAlbum
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De Javu - I Can't Stop



De Javu - I Can't Stop (by request :^)
http://www.amazon.com/I-cant-stop/dp/B00160XAPA/
Lyrics:
The moment's looking right
Just love and not a fight
So tonight I think we're
gonna make it happen
Your voice gives me desire
Just you can give that fire
So baby can't you see
You are the only one for me
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I can't stop thinking of you
'Cause you're the one I want tonight
You make me feel so right
Let's make it true
I can't stop thinking of you
'Cause you're the one I want tonight
You make me feel so right
Just me and you
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The stars are looking bright
The moon is striking night
So tonight I think we're
gonna make it happen
Your voice gives me desire
Just you can give that fire
So baby can't you see
You are the only one for me

Tomcraft - Loneliness



Tomcraft - Loneliness from Ultra Records

Supermode - Tell Me Why (OFFICIAL VIDEO)



Tell Me Why by Supermode (c) 2006 Data Records / Ministry of Sound Recordings Ltd

Insane Race Highway in Germany Audi Rs6 vs Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R (more than 300km/h) CRAZY ! HQ



Insane race between a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R and Audi RS6 car on a motorway in Germany. The two pilots run Augsburg to Munich, a distance of 50 km with an average speed of 215 km / h (133 mph). In the video drivers mount easily over 300 km / h in some places.

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Grosse course entre une moto Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R et une voiture Audi RS6 sur une autoroute en Allemagne. Les deux pilotes roulent de Augsburg à Munich, soit une distance de 50 kilomètres avec une vitesse moyenne de 215 km/h (133 mph). Dans la vidéo les pilotes montent facilement à plus de 300 km/h à certains endroits.