Danzig - Mother mp3 album
Danzig is the debut album of the American heavy metal band Danzig, released in August, 1988. The album was the first release on producer Rick Rubin's new label Def American Recordings. Def American's successor, American Recordings reissued the album in the United States and United Kingdom in 1998. It remains the band's best-selling album having been certified Gold in the . in 1994, and has since been certified Platinum. Danzig promoted the album with a successful world tour in 1988–1989.
Glenn Danzig recalled writing the song: I remember calling Rick Rubin in the middle of the night and telling him that I wrote an incredible song – probably the best song I’d ever written. It was the song I always wanted to write. The first time we played it, people went crazy.
Lyrics to "Mother" song by Danzig: Mother Tell your children not to walk my way Tell your children not to hear my words What they mean. Not about to see your light And if you wanna find hell with me I can show you what it's like Wo-oh Mother Yea. Submit Corrections. Writer(s): GLEN DANZIG. album: "Danzig" (1988). Twist Of Cain Not Of This World She Rides Soul On Fire Am I Demon Mother Possession End Of Time The Hunter Evil Thing.
Label Def American Recordings. Father Gonna take you daughter out tonight Gonna show her my world Oh father. Not about to see your light But if you wanna find hell with me I can show you what it's like Till your bleeding. Not about to see your light And if you wanna find hell with me I can show you what it's. Mother Tell your children not to hold my hand Tell your children not to understand Oh mother. Father Do you wanna bang heads with me Do you wanna feel everything Oh father.
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Danzig - Mother Live. Danzig - Mother (original). Has been played on. Germany 1080.
Mother Tell your children not to walk my way Tell your children not to hear my words What they mean What they say Mother. Father Gonna take your daughter out tonight Gonna show her my world Oh father. Not about to see your light But if you want to find hell with me I can show you what it's like Till you're bleeding
Translations: French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Turkish. Tell your children not to walk my way. Tell your children not to hear my words. What they say. Mother. Can you keep 'em in the dark for life. Gonna take your daughter out tonight. I can show you what it's. Tell your children not to hold my hand. Tell your children not to understand. Do you wanna bang heads with me.
Song: 'Mother' Artist: Danzig Album: Danzig (American) Bassist: Eerie Von Tabbed By: JeffDiablo (jeffdiablodedsoul. com) Tuning: Standard (E-A-D-G, low-to-high). Performance Notes Play loose and keep a good foundation behind the moving chords (B - A - G - A). Be tight with the drummer - the crisp starts and stops in the chorus can make or break the song.
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- Distributed By – Geffen Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Def American Recordings, Inc.
- Manufactured By – DADC – DIDX 003842
- Made By – Digital Audio Disc Corp.
- Producer – Rick Rubin
NotesFrom Def American album "Danzig (DEF 24208)"
℗ 1988 Def American Recordings, Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): DIDX-003842 1
- Other (CD Hub): Made in USA - Digital Audio Disc Corp.
|MOMDD1, 858 591-2||Danzig||Mother (CD, Single, Dig)||American Recordings, American Recordings||MOMDD1, 858 591-2||UK||1994|
|9 18256-4, 4-18256||Danzig||Mother (Cass, Single)||American Recordings, American Recordings||9 18256-4, 4-18256||US||1993|
|MOMX1, 858 589-1||Danzig||Mother (12", Pur)||American Recordings, American Recordings||MOMX1, 858 589-1||UK & Europe||1994|
|858 591-2, 8585912||Danzig||Mother (CD, Single)||Phonogram, American Recordings, Phonogram, American Recordings||858 591-2, 8585912||Australasia||1994|
|MOMCD1, 858 589-2||Danzig||Mother (CD, Single)||American Recordings, American Recordings||MOMCD1, 858 589-2||UK & Europe||1994|