K90 - Colours 2001 mp3 album
Ignore Colours and go straight for Hyper Intelligence - it's one of the greatest uplifting trance tracks I've ever heard. A bit on a hard tip, but that hardly matters when it's this beautiful. I'm usually not much for this type of hyper-uplifting trance, but this tune always picks me up and gets me going again.
Primary Colours is the second studio album by English rock band the Horrors. It was released in the US on 21 April 2009, and in the UK on 4 May 2009 by XL Recordings. The album was produced by Geoff Barrow of Portishead, Craig Silvey and music video director Chris Cunningham. Recording took place in Bath during the summer of 2008. The band signed to XL Recordings after they left Loog Records in 2007.
The White Stripes - White Blood Cells. 86. Freddie Gibbs & Madlib.
Cold Colours was formed in 1995, as a side project of Brian James Huebner, under the name Wolfthorn. Compilation Appearances: - "Cold Colours" on The Official Tribute to Rotting Christ 2CD (Azermedoth Records, 2013). Complete discography. Bass, Vocals (2002-2005).
Blue announce new album Colours, unveil music video. To date, Blue have sold 16 million record worldwide and notched up 11 Top 10 singles, including the Official Singles Chart Number 1s Too Close (2001), If You Come Back (2001) and Elton John collaboration Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word (2002). The group also have three Number 1 albums and represented the United Kingdom at the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest with I Can.
He's pushed himself hard, finding new variations in the formula by adding ominous strings, soulful vocals, and reggae, resulting in fairly interesting. Padded out to 22 tracks, 2001 isn't as consistent or striking as Slim Shady, but the music is always brimming with character
As far as the musical world is concerned, 2001 wasn't exactly the space odyssey we'd hoped for. So many of rock's most promising and consistently rewarding artists disappointed, despite our anticipation of what could have been their best releases to date. Yet, underneath the bubbling hype that collected like lake scum on the surface of rock music, a wealth of new bands rose up to seize the crowns abandoned by the long-reigning champions. We used a slightly different method of compiling our Top 20 list this year. Generally, we stick to releases that were specifically released in 2001, but this year, there was some question as to whether certain albums would qualify. For instance, the New Pornographers' Mass Romantic was technically released in October of 2000, but wasn't given any real promotion until February of this year.
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- Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – Mark Dogget*
NotesHyper Intelligence was previously released under the pseudonym Marc Michaels.
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