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Random information on the term “Nothing at all”:
“Nothin’ at All” is a song written by Mark Mueller (words & music) and recorded by rock band Heart. A Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 hit peaking at #10, it was released as the fourth single from the band’s self-titled 1985 album Heart, and was the fourth song from the album to hit the U.S. Top 10. It also was a Top 40 hit in the UK, peaking at #38 in 1988 (after reaching number 76 in the UK Singles Chart two years earlier during its original release).
Lyrically it is a love song which describes a new relationship which falls into place without effort or conflict. The song’s title phrase is employed both when the narrator describes the new relationship as being like “nothin’ at all” (that she’s ever previously experienced), and also when she asks the song’s subject what he did to make falling in love so easy, his response is “nothin’ at all”. The song’s music video received heavy rotation on MTV and this single was the last big hit from the Heart album.
“Nothin’ At All” & “Never” both have alternate mixes (as featured on their music videos), and these mixes had also been pressed onto some early release runs of the “Heart” album, be it on LP, CD or cassette. One may get a copy with both songs in their original mixes; both in their alternate mixes, or only one song in a different mix. Copies with serial No. SL-12410, for example, features the alternate mix for “Never,” but the original mix for “Nothin’ At All.” It appears that the original mix of “Nothin’ At All” only appeared on various editions of early LP & cassette runs, and later featured on the “Essentials” Collection. The 45RPM record featured the remix, thus receiving the most airplay on Top-40 radio formats of that day.
Random information on the term “ZERO”:
Zero is the fifth studio album by American rock band Hawthorne Heights, released on June 25, 2013. It’s their first album to be released through Red Entertainment. The album was produced by Brian Virtue.
It was announced early 2013 that the band signed deal with Red Entertainment and that a new album is in the works. They put their final EP from their Hate/Hope Trilogy on hold, so they can work on a new album. They financed the entire project via pledgemusic. The album debuted at 118th place on the billboard 200.
The band explained: “We went in with a bunch of songs and came out with a concept album, the likes of which we’ve never attempted to undertake in the past. If you’re a long-time fan of Hawthorne Heights, you know we’ve been through a lot over the years. No matter how hard life gets or how many seemingly insurmountable odds you may encounter, everyone can get a fresh start. “ZERO” deals with these life issues against a dystopian, war-ravaged backdrop”.