Guitars And Hearts - Guitars And Hearts mp3 album
- Performer: Guitars And Hearts
- Title: Guitars And Hearts
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: VOC MPC AC3 WAV MP2 FLAC APE
- Released: 2006
- Style: Indie Rock
- MP3 album: 1725 mb
- FLAC album: 1179 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 697
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Hearts is the fifth studio album by American folk rock trio America, released by Warner Bros. The album was produced by Beatles producer George Martin. This album was a big hit in the US, reaching number 4 on the Billboard album chart and being certified GOLD by the RIAA.
The 50 greatest album covers of all time. The 50 greatest album covers of all time. This album cover was the work of off-centre graphic designer Robert Brownjohn and shows the record being played while cakes and pizzas queue on the record spike. This makes more sense when you know that the original title for the album was Automatic Changer. Bonus trivia: The cakes on the album cover were made by the then-unknown cookery writer Delia Smith. The Beatles - Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Adorned in the typically British high camp of day-glo marching band costumes, The Beatles play a teasing game of guess who, posing in front of a collage of more than 70 celebrities. They are also accompanied by affectations from their homes, giving fans an information overload.
The Exploding Hearts Exploding Hearts Format: Vinyl. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). I've owned this album for four years, and it has not gotten old one bit. It's truly timeless rock and roll, the soundtrack to your next drunken drag race or amphetamine-crazed fist fight. In short, it's the devil's music in its purest form, Blackboard Jungle circa 2002. In an ideal world, the Hot Snakes and the Exploding Hearts would be my generation's Beatles and Stones, or our Nirvana and Pearl Jam, or our Pistols and Clash, or our Elvis and Jerry Lee. Or anyway, something really important.
The Exploding Hearts dressed weird, started fights and generally did everything respectable young punks typically do to raise hell. Why don't you know about them? On their way back from a show in San Francisco, their van rolled over and killed three band members. I had never heard of the Exploding Hearts until I stumbled onto this article, which contrasts (very favorably, I might add) their debut album with Jack and Meg's seminal Elephant. They dressed weird, started fights and generally did everything respectable young punks typically do to raise hell.