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Love Is Like Oxygene - Various - Technomania (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Love Is Like Oxygene - Various - Technomania (CD)

  1. The extended album version of the song (6 minutes 57 seconds), which appeared on their album Level Headed, incorporates strings and has some disco elements. Their first release on the Polydor label after their departure from RCA, it was also their last Top 10 hit, reaching No. 4 in New Zealand, No. 6 in Switzerland, No. 8 in Belgium, Canada, and the United States, No. 9 in United Kingdom, and No. 10 .
  2. Their American acclaim was growing fast, however, and that year's Level Headed album emerged a magnificent slice of mature reflection, heavy and heady in equal doses. Even within such exalted company, "Love Is Like Oxygen" glittered, a harmonic rocker highlighted by an insistent guitar riff and a winter-clear piano motif.
  3. Love Is Like Oxygen Lyrics: Love is like oxygen / You get too much, you get too high / Not enough and you're gonna die / Love gets you high / Love is like oxygen / You get too much, you get too.
  4. A metaphor would be "Love is Oxygen." The word "Like" is what makes the difference. Steve from Mesa, Az I always see 12" version when I look for this song and I bought the "Level headed" CD. However, the song is not 12" long and faded out at 6"54'.
  5. Today’s title is from the group Sweet and fits nearly perfectly with lyrics like: Love is like oxygen You get too much you get too high Not enough and you’re gonna die. Though, BTO’s “Sledgehammer” would fit very well too! As always, enjoy! 🙂 *****.
  6. Love Is Like Oxygen: Tracklist (Vinyl) A: Love Is Like Oxygen: B: Cover Girl: * Items below may differ depending on the release. The Sweet Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results. Artist: Title: Label: Cat Num: .
  7. "Love Is Like Oxygen" is a song by the British band Sweet, co-written by the group's guitarist Andy Scott and Trevor Griffin, a musician who had played with various unsuccessful bands before becoming a roadie and sound engineer, and released in January
  8. Cracking song, but it wasn’t an ELO number - it was released by British glam rock band The Sweet in and proved to be their last top UK 10 hit single (reaching number 9). It came from the band’s album “Level Headed” and was written by Tre.

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