Summer Hits 2020

~ Release by Various Artists (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Tracklist

Digital Media 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Grace Kelly
MIKA3:08
2Murder on the Dancefloor
Sophie Ellis‐Bextor3:48
3Stay or Go
HEDEGAARD2:41
4L.A. Traffic
LittGloss2:55
5Ahorita
IVAN$ITO3:23
6Bad Intentions
Alexander Oscar3:04
7Soft Iced
Artmus, Ericka Jane & K‐phax2:58
8Not on My Mind
MOODY2:56
9Make You Mine
PUBLIC3:53
10Need You Right Now
HEDEGAARD & Hayley Warner3:26
11On My Mind
Ellie Goulding3:31
12TIME
WIINSTON & rosegold2:55
13On the Floor (radio edit)Jennifer Lopez & Pitbull4.13:50
14Twerk It Like Miley
Brandon Beal & Christopher3:22
15This Girl
Kungs & Cookin’ On 3 Burners4:03
16Played‐A‐Live (The Bongo Song) (radio edit)
Safri Duo3:18
17Thrill
Feels & Melii2:46
18I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’ (radio edit)
Scissor Sisters4:50
19Ready to Love You
HEDEGAARD3:31
20Bella
Kongsted & AXI2:49
21Love Letters
Chris Burton3:13
22Smile & Wave
HEDEGAARD & Brandon Beal3:33
23Lost
Feels2:53
24Rather Be
Malte Ebert3:13
25The Way I AreTimbaland, Keri Hilson & D.O.E.3:20
26Wild Child
Kongsted & Cisilia3:01
27Lipstick Lies
Julias Moon3:21
28Someone Else
Alexander Oscar3:47
29Ask For It
Future Animals3:12
30Stand Up Stand Out! (the official 2019 Handball World Cup song)
Kongsted & Dominik Klein2:49
31Nudes
Jada3:19
32What’s Up?
recording engineer, producer and mixer:
David Tickle
additional engineer:
Jessie Kanner (late 1980s–mid 1990s assistant engineer/mixer), Kent Mactke, Laurent Tardy and Paul Dieter (American sound engineer and producer.)
engineer:
Mark Hensley
acoustic guitar and electric guitar:
Linda Perry (rock singer‐songwriter & producer) (in 1992)
bass:
Christa Hillhouse (in 1992)
drums (drum set):
Dawn Richardson (in 1992)
guitar:
Louis Metoyer (in 1992) and Roger Rocha (in 1992)
vocals:
Christa Hillhouse (in 1992) and Linda Perry (rock singer‐songwriter & producer) (in 1992)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Interscope Records (in 1992)
recorded at:
Groove Masters in Santa Monica, California, United States (in 1992), The Bunker (in 1992) and The Plant Studios (1981-2008) in Sausalito, California, United States (in 1992)
mixed at:
The Bunker
music videos:
What’s Up? by 4 Non Blondes
part of:
Paste: The 50 Greatest One-Hit Wonders of All Time (number: 46) and Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 486)
recording of:
What’s Up? (in 1992)
lyricist and composer:
Linda Perry (rock singer‐songwriter & producer)
publisher:
Sony/ATV Harmony UK and Stuck in the Throat
4 Non Blondes3.74:52
33Cheating With God
Luca Stereo3:12
34SOS
Scarlet Pleasure3:38
35Maps
miscellaneous support:
Andrew “McMuffin” Luftman, David “Dsilb” Silberstein, Jeremy “Jboogs” Levin and Seif “Mageef” Hussain
programming and producer:
benny blanco (producer Benjamin Levin), Ryan Tedder (American singer, songwriter, and producer) and Noel Zancanella
assistant engineer:
Bradford H. Smith (engineer(?)), Eric Eylands and Phil Seaford
engineer:
Chris “Anger Management” Sclafani, John Hanes (audio engineer, mixer), Noah Passovoy and Matthew Tryba
additional producer:
Noah Passovoy
mixer:
Serban Ghenea
bass guitar:
Mickey Madden
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Matt Flynn (Maroon 5 drummer)
guitar [lead guitar]:
James Valentine (Maroon 5)
handclaps and additional vocals:
Jason Fields, Travis Leete, Rachel Schamberg and Shawn Tellez
instruments:
benny blanco (producer Benjamin Levin), Ryan Tedder (American singer, songwriter, and producer) and Noel Zancanella
keyboard:
Jesse Carmichael and PJ Morton
vocals:
Adam Levine (Maroon 5’s lead vocalist)
produced for:
Matza Ball Productions Inc.
recorded at:
Conway Recording Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States, Matzah Ball Studios in New York, New York, United States, Patriot Studios in Denver, Colorado, United States and The Record Plant (aka “Record Plant” Los Angeles) in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
mixed at:
MixStar Studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
recording of:
Maps
writer:
Benjamin Levin (producer Benjamin Levin), Adam Levine (Maroon 5’s lead vocalist), Ammar Malik, Ryan Tedder (American singer, songwriter, and producer) and Noel Zancanella
publisher:
Blastronaut, Lotzah Balls Soup, Maru Cha Cha, Matza Ballzack Music, Patriot Games, Sudgee 2 Music, Where da Kasz At and Write 2 Live
Maroon 543:11
36How Bizarre
OMC4:04
37Red Red Wine
engineer:
Howard Gray (UK producer, engineer, and electronic musician)
producer:
Ray “Pablo” Falconer and UB40
bass:
Earl Falconer
drum machine and drums (drum set):
Jim Brown (UB40 drummer)
guitar:
Ali Campbell (UB40’s former vocalist) and Robin Campbell
keyboard:
Michael Virtue
percussion:
Astro (UB40 toast, trumpet & percussion) and Norman Hassan
saxophone:
Brian Travers
other vocals:
Astro (UB40 toast, trumpet & percussion)
vocals:
Ali Campbell (UB40’s former vocalist), Robin Campbell and Norman Hassan
arranger:
UB40
cover recording of:
Red Red Wine
lyricist and composer:
Neil Diamond (in 1967)
publisher:
Bang Records (US disco) (in 1968)
UB4045:21
38Poker Face
Lady Gaga3:57
39Sweet Home Alabama
miscellaneous support:
Ronnie Van Zant
engineer and producer:
Al Kooper
drums (drum set):
Bob Burns (Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer) (in 1973-07)
electric bass guitar:
Leon Wilkeson (in 1973-07)
electric guitar:
Allen Collins (in 1973-07), Ed King (US guitarist, bassist & songwriter) (in 1973-07) and Gary Rossington (in 1973-07)
keyboard:
Billy Powell (in 1973-07)
background vocals:
Merry Clayton (in 1973-07) and Clydie King (in 1973-07)
lead vocals:
Ronnie Van Zant (in 1973-07)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Geffen Records (in 1974), MCA Records Ltd. (do not use as an imprint; UK subsidiary of MCA Records) (in 1974), UMG Recordings, Inc. (operational headquarters of Universal Music Group, based in Santa Monica, USA; read annotations) (in 1974) and Universal Music (plain logo: “Universal Music”) (in 1974)
produced for:
Sounds of the South Productions
recorded at:
Studio One (Doraville, GA) in Doraville, Georgia, United States (in 1973-07)
part of:
Rolling Stone: 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 398)
recording of:
Sweet Home Alabama (in 1973-07)
miscellaneous support:
Ronnie Van Zant
writer:
Ed King (US guitarist, bassist & songwriter), Gary Rossington and Ronnie Van Zant
publisher:
Hustler Inc., Leeds Music Corp., Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) and Universal/MCA Music Ltd. (not for release label use!)
Lynyrd Skynyrd4.34:44