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Kids (MGMT song) - Wikipedia "Kids" is a song by American rock band MGMT It was released as the third and final single from their debut studio album Oracular Spectacular (2007) on October 13, 2008 The version of the song that appears on Oracular Spectacular is updated from earlier versions that appear on the band's EPs Time to Pretend (2005) and We (Don't) Care (2004) A track entitled "Kids (Afterschool Dance Megamix
The Kids Are Alright (song) - Wikipedia "The Kids Are Alright" is a song written by Pete Townshend and recorded by the English rock band the Who It appears as the seventh track on their debut album My Generation (1965) Background "The Kids Are Alright" was not released as a single until more than six months after it first appeared on the LP, first in the United States, and in the
Cool Kids (song) - Wikipedia "Cool Kids" is the debut single song by American indie pop band Echosmith from their 2013 debut studio album, Talking Dreams The song was written by Echosmith, Jeffery David, and Jesiah Dzwonek It was produced by Mike Elizondo, with additional production on the radio edit by Rob Cavallo
Tonight (New Kids on the Block song) - Wikipedia "Tonight" is a 1990 song recorded by the American pop band New Kids on the Block It was their third single from their 1990 album Step by Step It was a big hit on both sides of the Atlantic It first reached #7 on the U S Billboard Hot 100, and then went on to reach #3 on the UK Singles Chart soon after its American success, giving the band another hit, as, at this point, they were at their
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