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You could say Snail Mail's Superdrag cover of Feeling Like I Do has our hearts in a Headlock. Get hooked on it spotify.link/snailmailsingl…

You could say Snail Mail's Superdrag cover of Feeling Like I Do has our hearts in a Headlock. Get hooked on it #SpotifySingles spotify.link/snailmailsingl…
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might feel like a Teenage Dirtbag, but this cover is ✨flawless✨ Check it out alongside a reimagining of God Is A Freak for spotify.link/peachsingles

#PeachPRC might feel like a Teenage Dirtbag, but this cover is ✨flawless✨ Check it out alongside a reimagining of God Is A Freak for #SpotifySingles spotify.link/peachsingles
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Just in time for @Netflix Stranger Things Vol. 2 launching on July 1st, here is your personal Upside Down Playlist to save yourself from Vecna. spotify.link/STUpsideDown

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1972: In one of the most iconic performances of his career, later released as a live recording from MSG, Elvis performs The American Trilogy, mixing 3 19th century American folk songs in a symbolic effort to unite America.

1972: In one of the most iconic performances of his career, later released as a live recording from MSG, Elvis performs The American Trilogy, mixing 3 19th century American folk songs in a symbolic effort to unite America.
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1969: In his first #1 since 1962, Suspicious Minds, Elvis reinvents himself in a new sound that blends soul and country with the Vegas aesthetic. This marks the beginning of Elvis’s final phase.

1969: In his first #1 since 1962, Suspicious Minds, Elvis reinvents himself in a new sound that blends soul and country with the Vegas aesthetic. This marks the beginning of Elvis’s final phase.
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1968: If I Can Dream is the most iconic track from Elvis’s '68 Comeback Special album. The song is inspired by social issues of the time and the assassination of MLK.

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1961: After a stint in the army, Elvis releases a classic ballad ‘Can't Help Falling In Love.’ It represents a more 'adult' phase of his work.

1961: After a stint in the army, Elvis releases a classic ballad ‘Can't Help Falling In Love.’ It represents a more 'adult' phase of his work.
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1957: The release of Jailhouse Rock ushers in Elvis’s focus on movies, giving us one very iconic soundtrack.

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1956: “Hound Dog” cements Elvis as the biggest artist in the USA after his very memorable TV appearance singing it. The single release is the first ever #1 on Pop, R&B and Country charts.

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