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Vanessa Carlton - The Videos 2002-20043 SkidVid XviD torrent
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VANESSA CARLTON - THE VIDEOS [3 SkidVid_XviD], released between 2002 and 2004.
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'A THOUSAND MILES' is a pop song written by American singer Vanessa Carlton and recorded for her debut album Be Not Nobody . It was co-produced and co-arranged by Carlton and Ron Fair, and was released as the album's first single in 2002. It became Carlton's breakthrough hit and one of the most popular songs of the year. The song was most successful in Australia, where it reached number one, and it reached the top five in the United States and France, and the top ten in the United Kingdom, Italy and the Netherlands. 'A Thousand Miles' was used in the 2004 film White Chicks. In the music video, Carlton is seen playing the piano while travelling through a variety of settings.
'ORDINARY DAY' was the follow up single to her smash hit, 'A Thousand Miles'. 'Ordinary Day' charted inside the top forty on the U.S. Hot 100, but it failed to do so in Australia or the UK. The trademark piano riff of 'Ordinary Day' was used in the trailer of the 2007 film Martian Child. The music video is shot in a park, with young couples strewn about everywhere.
'WHITE HOUSES' is a pop song written by American singer Vanessa Carlton and Stephan Jenkins [lead singer of Third Eye Blind], and recorded for Carlton's second album Harmonium . Produced by Jenkins, it was released as the album's first single in 2004. The single reached number eighty-six on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, though it peaked within the top forty on Billboard's Top 40 Mainstream and Adult Top 40 charts. It also reached the top twenty of the non-Billboard chart ARC Weekly Top 40, and was the chart's seventy-sixth most successful single of the year. The single's video was directed by Sophie Muller, and features two versions of Carlton, one plays the piano whilst the other dances across the room.
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