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POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR is the newest release from world dominating, multi-award nominated Bring Me The Horizon. Continuing to push their creative boundaries, even during the 2020 global pandemic and lockdowns, the band have created a body of work that is arguably one of their most exciting, diverse, intricate pieces of music to date.
The first two tracks released from the EP were ‘Parasite Eve’ and the colossus ‘Obey’ featuring fellow Brit YUNGBLUD. Other guest artists on this collection include BABYMETAL, Nova Twins and Amy Lee from Evanescence.
Originally released in March 1975, Young Americans was David Bowie’s ninth studio album. To celebrate its 45th anniversary, Parlophone is proud to announce a special limited edition "brick and mortar" exclusive gold vinyl edition of the album. Young Americans was a huge departure for Bowie, creating a sound duringsessions in Philadelphia and New Yorkthat hedescribedas“Plastic Soul.”The album's two hit singles, the title track and the John Lennon co-write“Fame,”are viewed as amongst Bowie's very best with the latter giving him his first US #1.
Best Of Bee Gees was released in June 1969 and features a prime selection of the early hit singles that established the group's broad musical palette. These twelve gems are among the most popular songs of the then-burgeoning group's canon, including the desperately pleading "I Gotta Get A Message To You," Barry's classic balladry vocal on "Words," the harmoniously soulful classic "To Love Somebody," the pure pop perfection of "Massachusetts," and the skillful buildup of "Spicks and Specks".
The first single from the Bee Gees' Sep. 1976 album, Children Of The World, "You Should Be Dancing," went to No. 1 in both the U.S. and Canada. The record, which attained certified multi-platinum status in the U.S., was recorded at Miami's Criteria Studios, albeit this time produced by the Bee Gees, Karl Richardson, and Albhy Galuten. Other hit singles include the uplifting ballad "Love So Right," the provocatively seductive "Boogie Child," and the harmony-and-synth-driven title track.
Here At Last.Bee Gees Live, the group's first live album, was recorded in December 1976 at Los Angeles' The Forum. The majority of this palpable 2LP set includes songs that had been big hit singles for the Bee Gees, along with tracks from albums, Main Course and Children Of The World. Highlighting their magical harmonic vocal blend onstage, Here At Last contains definitive live versions of "You Should Be Dancing," "How Can You Mend A Broken Heart," "I've Gotta Get A Message To You" & many more.
June 1975's Main Course, one of the most significant albums in the Bee Gees catalog, marked a new direction for the group, and in turn created the model for their output throughout the rest of the 1970s by featuring a fresh, R&B-meets-pop sound. Recorded in Miami and produced by the legendary Arif Mardin, the album's infectious No. 1 hit, "Jive Talkin'," carries a rhythm inspired by the sound the group's car made on the 163rd Street Causeway Bridge as they drove to and from recording sessions.
Spirits Having Flown, the 15th Bee Gees album, was released in January 1979, and was the group's first album following the massive success of 1977's multi-platinum Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. The first three tracks released from Spirits Having Flown - "Tragedy," "Too Much Heaven," and "Love You Inside Out" - all shot to No. 1 in the U.S., giving the Bee Gees an unbroken run of six U.S. chart-toppers in a one-year period.
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Bad Brains ?- Live ORIGINALLY RELEASED 1988. In 1986, Bad Brains signed with SST Records and released I Against I, which, in addition to their hardcore punk and reggae sounds, introduced a heavy metal/funk hybrid sound. H.R. provided the vocals for "Sacred Love" over the phone from the Lorton Reformatory while doing a bid for a cannabis charge.
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Style: Hardcore, Punk
- Bass - Darryl
- Drums - Earl
- Guitar - Dr. Know
- Vocals [Throat] - H.R.
- Producer, Mixed By - Phil Burnett
- Mixed at Sigma N.Y.C. - and El Dorado.
- Mastered By - John Golden
- Lacquer Cut By [Mastering Engineer At K Disk Mastering]
MP3 Album: $7.99 Download
The Root Down EP from Beastie Boys was released on May 23, 1995. The first three tracks are variations of the track "Root Down", and the remaining seven tracks were recorded "live in Europe, winter 1995". Pressed on 4 random colored Limited Edition 180-Gram vinyl (Red, Orange, Green, or Blue).
Hot Sauce Committee Part Two is the eighth and final studio album by the American hip hopband Beastie Boys, released on April 27, 2011. The album received critical acclaim upon its release and was also a moderate commercial success, debuting at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. The release was supported by four singles – "Lee Majors Come Again", "Too Many Rappers" featuring Nas, "Make Some Noise", and "Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win" featuring Santigold. Pressed on 180G vinyl.
To the 5 Boroughs is the sixth studio album by the Beastie Boys. The album was released on June 15, 2004 internationally, and debuted #1 on the Billboard 200. Featuring the singles Ch-Check It Out, Triple Trouble, Right Right Now Now, and An Open Letter To NYC. Pressed on Limited Edition 180-Gram Blue Vinyl.
The Root Down EP from Beastie Boys was released on May 23, 1995. The first three tracks are variations of the track "Root Down", and the remaining seven tracks were recorded "live in Europe, winter 1995". Pressed on 180-Gram Black vinyl.