Three singles from the album – Sleepwalking, Go to Hell, for Heaven’s Sake and Can You Feel My Heart – reached the top 30 of the US Mainstream Rock Songs chart. The band’s debut EP and first three albums were later released as a limited edition vinyl box set in November 2014.
Worley co-wrote eight of the songs on this album. Sounds Like Life is produced by Jim Moose Brown. Tequila on Ice was released as the first single from the album. It peaked at #44 on the country charts in mid-2008.
Awa (given name) Awa (or Hawa) is an African feminine given name derived from Eve, Notable people with the name include: Awa is also a New Zealand Māori word that means ‘river’ often used in given names or part of a name.
Besides teaching and activism, Yasin is a published poet and spoken word artist, having performed in a number of venues. As part of her course requirements in York University’s CAP program, she played a young Hawa Jibril in Bridge of One Hair, an original musical production inspired by the veteran Somali poet Jibril’s verse and life.
He threatens Zain that if he does not stay away from Aaliya, he will kill Aaliya. Eventually he fails Aaliya’s car brakes, and Zain saves her. Zain risking his life saves Zara (Rehan’s daughter), which makes him realise his mistake, and he frees Aaliya.