Perhaps it was inevitable: She married a nice Jewish guy, overhauled her style, kept it low-pro for a couple of years and re-emerged looking like a 2006 Lana Turner in Christian Louboutin pumps. For her third studio album, Back to Basics, Aguilera demonstrates that the fetish extends beyond her wardrobe. The spirit of old-school jazz, blues and soul inhabits the set, which is divided into two discs: a collection of modern, beat-driven tunes and another rendered with only analog equipment, recorded live and sans samples
It just went in that direction of the heavier sound. It’s the most intense Korn music in a long time vocally. Korn's career has taken them across a variety of different styles, which can prove difficult in a live setting. We were thinking about the live show when we were writing the songs," revealed Head. The last record had good songs on it, but we only played like two or three of them live because not all of them really translated live. In addition to the new Korn album, Head released his latest book, With My Eyes Wide Open: Miracles and Mistakes on My Way Back to Korn, earlier this month. The book is centered around the guitarist's eight years spent outside of Korn, dealing with freeing himself from addiction, converting to Christianity, going bankrupt and more. See Where Korn's Albums Landed on the Top 90 Hard Rock + Metal Albums of the 1990s.
It’s this magic that happens with Pat and I," Auerbach said. It was the same thing that happened when we were 16 and started playing, and magically, it just sounds like music. It was really awesome, having the break and then coming back and just playing with Pat again. Let's Rock," they said, was written spontaneously with little room for overthinking. It was recorded and self-produced in Auerbach's Nashville studio, Easy Eye Sound, between September 2018 and January 2019. The album's title comes from a story the Keys read in a Tennessee newspaper about the state's first electric chair execution in 11 years. Prison guards asked convicted murderer Edmund Zagorski if he had any last words on death row. "Let's rock," he replied. The album opens with a thrilling, over-the-top and– dare I say– electrifying riff as they propel into "Shine A Little Light.
Back II da Basics is the fifth album by American recording artist Ginuwine. Released by Epic Records on November 15, 2005 in the United States, production for the album originally began in July 2003. Although Ginuwine initially revealed that he was planning to team with longtime contributor Timbaland on the entirety of the album, their collaboration failed to materialize due to scheduling conflicts.
It was a bold break from the teenybopper persona she was desperate to shed, but it was overcorrective steering, taking her a little bit too far down the road toward a grotesque caricature, particularly in her ugly video for the album's lead single, "Dirrty
stack it up and save it Real street nigga swear I came up from the pavement I went to jail for a gun came home went back to the basics I just hit a homerun and I done touched all four bases I know they hate I came up I see the look on all they faces My last bitch changed up I. left her in a free agent Too many missed calls, why the fuck they keep on callin' me? Shawty on the block list why the fuck she keep on stalkin' me? Came up from the projects to the top, that's where I ought to be Grippin' on this FN, in case a nigga wanna start me Six plus six, twelve shots, I got t. .
It's also the lead song on one of the sides which always drove me nuts considering it was sealed when I bought it. I can't attest to other copies but I'd be willing to bet it was a pressing flaw on many which makes me laugh considering how much one of these bad boys go for now! I'm sure at least a few are in for a disappointment upon playing. Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful. I'm interested in the triple vinyl record Back to basics Christina Aguilera. I would like to know the state of conservation of the disc and the value for shipping registered to Brazil. Cep 28905970? I await contact!
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The Black Keys Drop First Album in Five Years, 'Let's Rock': Dan Auerbach & Patrick Carney go back to the basics. The two have been away on individual projects since the release of 2014’s Turn Blue, and the five-year rest sounds like it’s given them a reinvigorated sense of The Black Keys’ blues-rock sound. Falling far from its predecessor’s groovy and synth-infused soundscape, the pair return to their roots of crunchy guitars and energetic drum beats. The record is like a homage to electric guitar, Carney said.
|1||No Need For A Solo|
|2||3rd Shift Sucks|
|4||Girls Are Mean|
|5||Can't Get You|
|6||Constantly Talking Shit|
|7||Kill Your Television|
|8||Tune of A|
|12||Im A Bee|
|13||Back to Basics|
- Mixed At – i.d.g.f records
- Glass Mastered At – Sonopress Arvato, USA – ED71801
- Bass – Pat Schlosser
- Keyboards – Jeremy Hensley
- Lead Guitar – Matt Fremming
- Mastered By – Jim Keating
- Mixed By – George Fortse
- Percussion – Lou From Peru
- Rhythm Guitar – Ryan Schwass
- Vocals – Pat Schlosser, Ryan Schwass
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: ED71801
- Mastering SID Code: ifpi LB48