About Storm

Rory Storm (born Alan Ernest Caldwell; 7 January 1938 – 28 September 1972) was an English musician and vocalist. Born in Liverpool, Storm was the singer and leader of Rory Storm and the Hurricanes, a Liverpudlian band who were contemporaries of the Beatles in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Ringo Starr was the drummer for the Hurricanes before joining the Beatles in August 1962, replacing original drummer Pete Best. The Hurricanes were one of the most popular acts on the Liverpool and Hamburg club scenes during their existence, although their attempt at a recording career was not successful. They released only two singles (and one additional compilation track) during their early 1960s heyday, and none of their material made the charts. Their second and final single was a version of the West Side Story song "America", and was produced by the Beatles' manager Brian Epstein. 


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Blowing so strongly, the storm makes a point 
It brings along odor that will make you faint 
Stench of the dead on the theater of war 
Has not let nobody be carefree so far 

Fight for salvation has lasted a while 
And looks like it carries on for a long time 
Killing the warriors who came here for glory 
Lets hope someone lives through to retell the story 

Fear has no power 
All spirits are high 
If death runs us over 
No need for good bye 

Grim reaper old-timer 
Will gather our souls 
A lifetime is over 
Earth takes back the bones 

A battle is held between rivaling tribes 
For honor and fortune have men left their wives 
Lust for destruction has confused their minds 
Changed into monsters they don't want to be 

The struggle is even and no one can tell 
A figure of saying for whom the bell tolls 
No one has come here to let themselves die 
A side of the winners is the ultimate goal 

Fear has no power 
All spirits are high 
If death runs us over 
No need for good bye 

Grim reaper old-timer 
Will gather our souls 
A lifetime is over 
Earth takes back the bones 

Fear has no power 
All spirits are high 
If death runs us over 
No need for good bye 

Grim reaper old-timer 
Will gather our souls 
A lifetime is over 
Earth takes back the bones

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A storm (Proto-Germanic *sturmaz "noise, tumult") is any disturbed state of an astronomical body's atmosphere, especially affecting its surface, and strongly implying severe weather. It may be marked by strong wind, hail, thunder and/or lightning (a thunderstorm), heavy precipitation (snowstorm, rainstorm), heavy freezing rain (ice storm), strong winds (tropical cyclone, windstorm) or wind transporting some substance through the atmosphere (as in a dust storm, blizzard, sandstorm, etc.). Storms generally lead to negative impacts to lives and property, such as storm surge, heavy rain or snow (causing flooding or road impassibility), lightning, wildfires, and vertical wind shear; however, systems with significant rainfall can alleviate drought in places they mo… more »

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10 facts about this song

Song Details
"Storm" is a techno music track that debuted on February 16, 1998.
Artist Information
Interestingly, "Storm" is both the title of the song and the artist's name. Storm is a German music project by the producer duo, Jam El Mar and Mark Spoon.
Album Inclusion
The song was included in the album "Stormjunkie" which was released in 2000.
Chart Performance
Upon release, "Storm" made a significant impact on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at the number 32 spot.
Music Video
The music video for "Storm" was directed by British director Thomas Job. The video shows a sequence of natural disasters, aligning with the song’s title.
The song has techno/trance vibes, demonstrating an integration of aggressive beats and atmospheric synth sounds.
Over the years, multiple remixes of "Storm" have been made, reflecting its popularity among DJs and electronic music enthusiasts.
Audience Impact
Notably, "Storm" became a club anthem in the late 90s and early 2000s, illustrating a noteworthy impact on the techno music scene.
Live Performances
On several occasions, the track "Storm" was performed at notable events like the UK's Creamfields festival.
Even today, "Storm" remains a popular track in the dance music scene due to its catchy tune and electronic beats.

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