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Something Dangerous

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  1. Natacha Atlas ' Something Dangerous is a bit slicker than her last, lightening up the beats and sexy intensity of Ayeshteni for more radio-friendly pop electronics, occasional vocal harmonies reminiscent of Destiny's Child, and lots of guests.8/
  2. Dangerous definition is - involving possible injury, pain, harm, or loss: characterized by danger. How to use dangerous in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of dangerous.
  3. Oct 25,  · Something Dangerous is a riveting drama about an embattled dynasty, and a passionate, multi-layered tale of love and politics. The dazzling Lytton twins, Adele and Venetia, are born into the great Lytton publishing empire. In , on their eighteenth birthday, they are rich and admired, with a confidence verging on arrogance/5().
  4. Wow - Something Dangerous is suspenseful, sinister and one of those books where I found myself holding my breath more often than is probably medically recommended. Set in an English boys' boarding school in the 's, Something Dangerous is a literary mashup of A Separate Peace, The Other and Lord of the Flies/5.
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  6. Nov 01,  · Something Dangerous Lyrics. You. Don't you wanna hold me too? Don't you wanna see this through? My mind is racing. You. I just wanna hear you say my name. I just wanna play one more game. My mind.
  7. Jan 19,  · Something Dangerous skips two roads in. On the other hand tries to remain hopelessly modern Natacha Atlas by working with rapper Princess Julianna and her music with the much needed hip-hop beats. This does not always work equally well and does frequently forced to, because her strength lies more in the ambient trip-hop style, which offers much /5(48).
  8. Jan 01,  · Something Dangerous is a sprawling, soapy family saga, not my usual sort of thing at all, but I stumbled upon it when looking for novels set in World War II. This book turns out to be the middle book in a trilogy about a family running a publishing house in London/5.

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