Cool C - C Is Cool mp3 album
Radio is the debut album by American rapper LL Cool J. It was released on November 18, 1985, by Def Jam Recordings and Columbia Records. It was also Def Jam's first full-length album release. The album was recorded during 1984 and 1985 in sessions at Chung King House of Metal in New York City and was produced primarily by Rick Rubin, who provided a sparse, minimal production style. The album also features a sound punctuated by DJ scratching, often brief samples, and emphasis of the downbeat
This is the discography of rapper LL Cool J. Action Bronson - "Strictly 4 My Jeeps (remix)" (w/ Lloyd Banks) (Album: n/a). Adam F - "Greatest of All Time" (Album: Kaos: The Anti-Acoustic Warfare). Alicia Keys - "Teenage Love Affair (Remix) (Album: As I Am). Allure - "No Question" (Album: Allure). Allure - "Enjoy Yourself (Remix)" (Album: n/a). Amerie - "Why Don't We Fall In Love (Remix)" (w/Red Cafe) (Album: n/a).
My Love Is Cool is the debut studio album by English alternative rock band Wolf Alice. It was released on 22 June 2015 in the United Kingdom by Dirty Hit and on 23 June 2015 in the United States by RCA Records. The album includes the previously released singles "Bros" and "Fluffy" in re-recorded versions, and was preceded by the songs "Giant Peach" and "You're a Germ"
Christopher Douglass Roney (born December 15, 1969), known by the stage name Cool C, is an American rapper who was active in the late 1980s. He is also known for his involvement in the murder of Philadelphia Police officer Lauretha Vaird, during a bank robbery in January 1996, for which he was sentenced to death. He is currently on death row. In the mid-1980s, Roney was an original member of the Philadelphia-based Hilltop Hustlers hip hop crew
Tracklist: 1. Enemy Territory, 2. Takin No Shorts (The Gambler), 3. Get Loose On, 4. Mary Go Round, 5. C Is Cool, 6. I’m Not Impressed, 7. I Gotta Habit, 8. Glamorous Life, 9. Juice Crew Dis, 10. All Hell Freeze, 11. Down To The Grissle, 12. Hilltop Scope. 3. Get Loose On. 4. Mary Go Round. 6. I’m Not Impressed.
No gallery of cool album covers would be complete without an appearance from Eddie, Iron Maiden's mascot and constant companion. Everything Riggs has ever done has been incredible, but we've opted for Number of the Beast. Originally the cover was designed for a single called Purgatory so Riggs opted for a heaven and hell design, which the band liked so much that they used it for the album. The cover for their long-awaited debut † did not disappoint, with the colour scheme referencing T-Rex's Electric Warrior. C'est cool, c'est Justice.
|A||C Is Cool||3:30|
|B||C Is Cool (Instrumental)||3:30|
- Producer, Mixed By – Lawrence Goodman, Steady B
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Runout Groove): CBE - 721 A1
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Runout Groove): CBE - 721 B1
|CBE 721||Cool C||C Is Cool (7")||City Beat||CBE 721||UK||1988|
|CBE 721||Cool C||C Is Cool (12", Single)||City Beat||CBE 721||UK||1988|