New songs

Published on October 2nd, 2015 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Songs: Panic! At the Disco, Miley Cyrus, etc.


Kind of a slow week for new songs … why? Don’t have the faintest clue. Just sit back and enjoy. Click, pause and play!

“Victorious,” Panic! At The Disco

“Hands of Love,” Miley Cyrus

“Me & The Rhythm,” Selena Gomez

“Go Far,” Rudimental feat. Will Heard

“Life On the Dancefloor,” Seal

“UFO,” Timbaland feat. Tink & Future

“Please Don’t Call,” Chris Isaak

“The Light Is Clear In My Eyes,” Moby & The Void Pacific Choir

“I Wanna Get Better,” Bleachers & Tinashe

“Get Loose,” Lil Jon

“When Love Hurts Remixes,” JoJo

“Ferguson,” Shawn Mullins

“Slight Return,” The Bluetones

“Doing the Right Thing,” Daughter

“Wake Up,” The Vamps

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“Testarossa Music,” ZHU & Gallant

“Eraser,” Coheed and Cambria

“Million Ways to Live,” Mapei

“Glorious,” Arty feat. Blondfire

“Good When We’re Together,” Kav Verhouzer feat. Cooperated Souls

“Melt,” Duke Dumont

“White Flag,” Ryan Corn

“Used To,” Mutemath

“Fiesta (Remix),” Bomba Estéreo & Will Smith

“Mess,” Sofi de la Torre

“Corrine,” Black Honey

“I’m Not the Only One,” Boyce Avenue

“Something To Believe In,” A Silent Film

“The Dreamer,” Anna of the North

“Poetic,” Seinabo Sey

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“Not Enough,” Rabid Young

“No One Knows,” Darby Williams feat. Peabo Bryson

“Sober,” Vérité

“Danger Heart,” Bridget Barkan

“Just Tell Me,” Nico Yaryan

“Club Now Skunk,” Elliphant feat. Big Freedia

“The Fire & the Flood,” Israel Nash

“Use Me,” Stuck on Planet Earth

“Such Words,” Ghostly Kisses

“Kokomo Kidd,” Guy Davis

“Robert Frost,” Mal Blum

“Out of Metaphors,” Line & Circle

“A Dot Running for the Dust,” Helvetia

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Gerry Galipault debuted Pause & Play online in October 1997. Since then, it has become the definitive place for CD-release dates — with a worldwide audience.



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