Kashmir Twist - Hunter's Paranoia album flac
Title: Hunter's Paranoia
Style: Indie Rock, Lo-Fi
FLAC version ZIP size: 1598 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1886 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1695 mb
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Bass, Backing Vocals – Café Jacques Drums – Pete Mullins Guitar, Vocals – Phil Macy Recorded By, Engineer – Kev Head. Release 40 in the 454545 series. Comes in wraparound sleeve with 1 insert. Previously released on Kashmir Twist LP (DASC-U 004).
It consists of songs mostly drawn from Please Please Me, their first LP released in the United Kingdom. This album, like its parent album, contains both original Beatles songs, as well as covers (including its namesake, Twist and Shout), denoted in the track listing.
Precious Petal League (Lathe, 7", Ltd, Num). Hunter's Paranoia (Lathe, 7", Single, Ltd, Num).
The Album Paranoia by Ulrika Spacek, released 05 February 2016 1. I Don't Know 2. Porcelain 3. Circa 1954 4. Strawberry Glue 5. Beta Male 6. NK 7. Ultra Vivid 8. She's a Cult 9. There's A Little Passing Cloud in You 10. Airportism Formed in Berlin in one night, 14-year-long friends Rhys Edwards and Rhys Williams conceptualized 'Ulrika Spacek' and came up with The Album Paranoia as their debut album title .
Kashmir is in Southern Asia; he was nowhere near it. In Mojo magazine, September 2010, Plant explained: "'Kashmir' came from a trip Jimmy and me made down the Moroccan Atlantic coast, from Agadir down to Sidi Ifni. We were just the same as the other hippies really. The original title was "Driving To Kashmir. Martha from Long Beach, CaI listen to the original version of Kashmir and the Page and Plant live album version. They both take you away to a better place with a lot of passion and depth. I never get tired of this song.
On Paranoia, East is a ing his urge to be flexible, an ethos that challenges the notion that New York rap has to be all boom-bap beats. East has described this project as an appetizer for his debut album. With the machine of Def Jam behind him, East has the ability to deliver a stronger debut album. He’s made a conscious effort to withhold some stories from his come up, not just hood tales but stories of class divisions in America, told not as a gimmick on record but as reality without a mic. And judging from his work this year, he’s not running out of bars.
- Bass, Backing Vocals – Café Jacques
- Drums – Pete Mullins
- Guitar, Vocals – Phil Macy
- Recorded By, Engineer – Kev Head
NotesRelease 40 in the 454545 series. Comes in wraparound sleeve with 1 insert.
Previously released on Kashmir Twist LP (DASC-U 004)