9 thoughts on “ Santa Monica - Savage Garden - Savage Garden (CD)

  1. Mar 04,  · I really like this single from Savage Garden, very smooth and relaxing, you can listen to it anywhere and anytime and in any mood. Doesn't have that belting and screaming. Savage Garden really made this song a new Santa Monica song, specifically telling whats going on in Santa Monica California.4/5(2).
  2. Mar 25,  · Was slightly disappointed when Savage Garden released the deluxe versions of their two albums. The bonus disc consists mainly of radio performances and radio edits of remixes. Both albums had plenty of remixes and b-sides that could have filled out the discs. Just seems half-baked/5().
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Savage Garden on Discogs. Label: Sony Music - SMC,Columbia - • Format: Cassette Album • Country: China • Genre: Pop • Santa Monica Companies, etc. Savage Garden: Savage Garden ‎ (CD, Album + CD, Comp + DAT) Roadshow Entertainment:
  4. Lyrics to 'Santa Monica' by Savage Garden. In Santa Monica, in the wintertime, the lazy streets so undemanding I walk into the crowd In Santa Monica, you get your coffee from the coolest places on the promenade.
  5. Apr 15,  · Savage Garden were the underappreciated Australian stepchildren of the late nineties pop revolution. While the Backstreet Boys and NSync were building an army of screaming teenage girl fans, SG were exploring different sounds and lyrics while still staying true to the catchy pop afsanleosancontgua.ellagniananbohesninethirddohoza.cos:
  6. Savage Garden is the eponymous debut studio album by Australian pop duo Savage Garden. It was released on 4 March in Australia by Columbia Records and Roadshow Music. The album won the award for Highest Selling Album at the 12th Annual ARIA Music Awards, selling more than 12 million copies worldwide, according to Billboard magazine.
  7. Savage Garden is light, catchy, and undeniably melodic, and it's hard to believe they released their debut album in the late, not early, '90s. It's easy to say that their breakthrough single, "I Want You," sounds like a revamped Roxette, but it's accurate -- it has a breezy chorus and frothy production that make it an appealing slice of mainstream pop, the kind banished from the .

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