Mad Max - Here We Are mp3 album
1982 - Mad Max. 1984 - Rollin' Thunder. 1987 - Night Of Passion. 1999 - Never Say Never. 2006 - Night Of White Rock. 2008 - Here We Are. 2010 - Welcome America. 2012 - Another Night Of Passion.
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Mad Max is a hard rock band from Münster, Germany. In 1988, the band consisted of Michael Voss (vocals), Jürgen Breforth (guitars), Roland Bergmann and Axel Kruse (drums). Mad Max's self-titled release was in 1982. They faded away in 1989. Voss and Breforth reunited and put out a comeback album in 1999. At the beginning of 2015 bass player Roland Bergmann left Mad Max and since then, the band no longer has its original line-up. Mad Max (1982), Massacre. Rollin' Thunder (1984), Metal Mind Productions.
Mad Max Here We Are 2008 CD, A- Minor 2008-003, Michael Voss, RARE 1. $
In White presents the Mad Max songs in acoustic versions Lonely Is the Hunter is a Mad Max classic tune from the Stormchild album. 1. To Hell and Back Again. 2. Open the Eyes of My Heart. 3. Here We Are. 03:43. 4. Higher and Higher.
By James Southall Monday May 18, 2015. Composed by Tom Holkenborg. WaterTower Music, 2015, 125m. So, there’s the bad out of the way, so onto the good – this is a very long album and actually there are several impressive pieces buried in the monotony, particularly in the second half. The standout action track in the long sequence of them in the album’s first half is the six-minute Storm is Coming, easily the pick of the bunch because it’s got something a bit different going on, not least the burst of heroism in the middle in the form of a little Media Ventures power anthem, and there’s a certain. elegance and artistry to the percussion here rather than just brute force. The brief We Are Not Things which follows immediately offers something else that’s different, which is real emotion from the strained strings, and it’s impressive stuff.
Mad Max: Fury Road (soundtrack). Mad Max: Fury Road: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is a soundtrack album for the 2015 film, Mad Max: Fury Road, composed by Tom Holkenborg . Junkie XL. It was released on 12 May 2015 through WaterTower Music.
The soundtrack for Mad Max: Fury Road was provided by Tom Holkenborg, aka Junkie XL - a Dutch composer, musician, and producer who previously worked on The Dark Knight Rises, Paranoia, and Man of Steel, among other films. For Fury Road, he was up to the task of providing thunderous sounds - battering drums, screaming guitars, urgent strings and horns, all physical and skillfully orchestrated - to match the intense action. Even the relatively quiet, drone-like interludes are rife with tension. Tom Holkenborg, Junkie XL.
iOTA as the Doof Warrior in Mad Max: Fury Road. Of all the batshit insanity bursting out of every frame in Mad Max: Fury Road, one of the most delightful surprises is the Doof Warrior. How did I get here?!'" The 46-year-old started his career as a rock star, releasing five albums between 1999 and 2005 in his native Australia. He first made an impact as a performer when he played the title role in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, going on to win acclaim for lead roles in productions of The Rocky Horror Show and Smoke and Mirrors (which he co-created). But prior to Mad Max: Fury Road, his only other film experience was playing the crazed orchestra leader in Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby in 2013.
|Where The Winds Blow||3:29|
|Here We Are||3:41|
|Higher And Higher||3:41|
|Down To Babylon||3:47|
|Love Walks Lonely||4:44|
|Stop One Minute||3:51|
|Don't Talk It Over||3:34|
|All Of My Heart||3:27|
|Mad Gone Blind||4:11|
|Keep You Alive||4:05|
|High On Wheels||3:38|
|Say Goodbye To Hollywood||5:38|
|2008-003||Mad Max||Here We Are (CD, Album)||A-Minor Records, Point Music Distribution||2008-003||Switzerland||2008|
|2008-003||Mad Max||Here We Are (CD, Album, Unofficial)||A-Minor Records , Point Music Distribution||2008-003||Russia||2008|