Bloodstone - You Know We've Learned mp3 album
A You Know We've Learned 3:24. B Never Let You Go. 3:34.
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You Know We've Learned.
Chances are, it’s not going to be a bad album, so you have to wonder what you could possibly say about it. Luckily, Machine Head, as consistent as they have been, have also been able to always give us a little something new to chew on every once in a while. So now, let’s take a belated look at their newest release, Bloodstone & Diamonds. By now, you’ve probably heard the fantastic opening track, Now We Die. It opens up with a string ensemble leading into the songs main and definitely heavy riffs.
Bloodstone & Diamonds" will be released on November 10 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. The CD was produced by MACHINE HEAD frontman Robb Flynn and Juan Urteaga, and like the last seven of eight MACHINE HEAD albums, was masterfully mixed by Colin Richardson. We tried to keep that spontaneous vibe on the album. He continued: "At one point we started getting really anal on the tracks and spending tons of time on stuff, and we'd listen back and say, 'You know what? This doesn't have the vibe of the demos. The demos were so fuckin' frantic, so we changed our mindset and now it's a little bit looser.
Throughout childhood we’re taught how to behave, yet we’re very rarely told anything about the deeper purpose of life. We go from the innocence and wonder of childhood to the confusion of adolescence, and that often ends up in disillusionment in adulthood. And many of us spend our lives trying to get back to that innocence. The Logical Song" Track Info.
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|A||You Know We've Learned
Written By – Willis Draffen
|B||Never Let You Go
Written By – Harry Williams
- Arranged By, Conductor – Pip Williams (tracks: A, B)
- Producer – Mike Vernon (tracks: A, B)
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|45-1051||Bloodstone||You Know We've Learned (7", Mon)||London Records||45-1051||US||1972|
|45-1051||Bloodstone||You Know We've Learned (7", Single)||London Records||45-1051||US||1972|
|F 13454||Bloodstone||Never Let You Go (7")||Decca||F 13454||UK||1972|
|LON-1051||Bloodstone||You Know We've Learned (7", Single, Ter)||London Records||LON-1051||US||1972|
|L 1051||Bloodstone||Never Let You Go / You Know We've Learned (7")||London Records||L 1051||Canada||1972|