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|SAM01246||Paramore||Misery Business (CD, Single, Promo)||Fueled By Ramen||SAM01246||Europe||2007|
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Japan Promo-Only 1-Track CD-R with High Quality Fold-out Picture Sleeve.
Paramore's music video for 'Misery Business' from the album, RIOT - available now on Fueled. LYRICS I'm in the business of misery Let's take it from the top She's got a body like an hourglass, it's ticking like a clock It's a matter of time before we all run out When I thought he was Business - Paramore. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Misery Business Live at the Congress Theatre, Chicago, IL, 8122008. Исполнитель: Paramore. Misery Business is the fourth track off of Paramore's second album Riot and the first single. This is also their first mainstream hit on all genres that Paramore gets pushed toward. It reached number 26 on the US Hot 100, number 3 on US Alternative Songs, and number 12 on US Pop Songs. In an interview with the Manchester Evening News August 9, 2007, guitarist Josh Farro described how the background to this song concerned vocalist Hayley Williams enough to post a message on the band's Live Journal. Misery Business - Paramore. Misery BusinessLive at the Congress Theatre, Chicago, IL, 8122008. Misery Business is a song by American rock band Paramore and serves as the lead single from their second studio album, Riot 2007. The song impacted radio on May 22, 2007. Misery Business peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 26 for the week of January 12, 2008, making it the band's highest-charting single until Ain't It Fun reached No. 10 in 2014. It also peaked at No. 3 on the Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart. Misery Business was the group's first charting single in the UK with more than 20. Misery Business is the first single from Paramore's second album, Riot. Misery Business was the third Paramore video to be directed by Shane Drake, and was nominated for the Best Video award at the Kerrang Awards 2007, but lost to Fall Out Boy's This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race. Misery Business is also featured on the soundtrack to the EA Sports video game NHL 08 and was used in professional StarCraft's Shinhan Bank Proleague. It is also been included in the popular video game Guitar Hero Wor read more. Paramore - Misery Business. Posted Aug 03, 2017 09:11 AM, 7 revisions total, last modified Aug 04, 2017 10:16 AM by Niass. Misery Business is a song from the Paramore 's second studio album Riot released in 2007. The song was the lead single from this album and aired on radio on May 22, 2007. 1 Story behind the song. Paramore lead singer Hayley Williams explained the story behind this song in a post at the band's LiveJournal in 2007: 'Misery Business'. is a true story. Misery Business. Produced by David Bendeth. Album Riot Misery Business Lyrics. Hit that, hit that snare. I'm in the business of misery, let's take it from the top She's got a body like an hourglass, it's ticking like a clock It's a matter of time before we all run out When I thought he was mine, she caught him by the mouth I waited eight long months, she finally set him free. I told him I couldn't lie, he was the only one for me Two weeks and we caught on fire She's got it out for me, but I wear the biggest smile. by Paramore. Album: Riot 2007. Charted: 17 26. So, when Hayley wrote 'Misery Business,' she posted online how she wanted to encourage our fans not to be scared to say what you feel or what you're ashamed of, because once you do, you're setting yourself free. We had a huge response. There were some people that were embarrassed of using drugs, drinking, or sleeping around or having gay sex. Paramore announced they will no longer perform Misery Business at live shows at a special one-off concert event in their hometown of Nashville on September 7, 2018. Before playing the song for the last time, Hayley Williams said