Population 1 - Population 1 album flac
Title: Population 1
Style: Alternative Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1579 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1964 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1236 mb
Other Formats: ASF FLAC MP2 VQF AHX AUD AAC
Population 1 is the debut studio album of the project of the same name. The project is led by Nuno Bettencourt, formerly of Extreme. Some of the songs feature former Mourning Widows bandmates Donovan Bettencourt (bass) and Jeff Consi (drums). The themes surrounding the album are mostly personal and intimate, given that Nuno's mother had recently died (Flow and Stiff). It also includes a tribute about 9/11, Ordinary Day.
Album · 2001 · 12 Songs. Population 1 Population 1. Rock. Listen on Apple Music.
Population 1 was originally the new name of Nuno Bettencourt's new solo project. The live lineup ended up as the band and they soon changed their name to DramaGods later on, to finally disband when Nuno, along with Kevin Figueiredo joined Perry Farrell's new project, Satellite Party. The band, mainly from Boston, USA, consisted of: Nuno Bettencourt (Vocals, Guitar), Joe Pessia (Bass), Steve Ferlazzo (Keyboards, Backing Vocals), Kevin Figueiredo (Drums).
BPM Profile Population 1. Album starts at 173BPM, ends at 156BPM (-17), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
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POPULATION 1 - Population 1 Album. You can get here Population 1 Album Lyrics, Tracklist, Videos, Cover Picture and More. Population 1 Sessions From Room 4.
|none||Population 1||Population 1 (CD, Album)||Bruno Graffitti Records||none||US||2002|
|UICE-1031||Nuno Bettencourt||Population 1 (CD, Album)||Universal||UICE-1031||Japan||2002|
|SRCD-2669||Population 1||Population 1 (CD, Album)||YBM Seoul Records, Inc.||SRCD-2669||South Korea||2003|