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JessyK

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  1. Thanks for finding that for me! Although no one there seems to really know why this is either. I suppose a better question is to ask you various Songfacts members, does anyone have "Charmed Life" on CD, LP, or cassette? Does it have a 7 and 8 on it somewhere? Does anyone have a "Cyberpunk" with a 9 and a 10 on it? And does anyone know of any other artist who did this?
  2. This may seem like a stupid question, but I have a LP record of "Rebel Yell", and noticed that the label has a large 3 and 4 printed on the A and B sides. I didn't think much of this until later on, when I bought a cassette of "Whiplash Smile" (his next album) and it had a 5 and a 6 printed on the case insert instead of the usual Side 1 and 2 or A and B. Has anyone else noticed this? Is this something that was once regularly done on records and cassettes? And does anyone know if this continued on Idol's "Charmed Life" or "Cyberpunk"?
  3. I was wondering if anyone is familiar with this song (or just knows enough of the Chinese language to interpret it). It actually starts at the 40 second mark: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAy6ILGrBnA It was performed at a Chinese New Year celebration in New York, where former contestants from "American Idol" sang popular Chinese songs, and former contestants from the Chinese version of "The Voice" sang American hits. I don't even know what form of Chinese language (maybe Mandarin?) it is. I would especially appreciate any information, considering that I know several Dalton Rapattoni (the singer) fans who run Twitter pages, Tumbler accounts, etc., and they are all curious about it, too. Thanks!
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