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Extreme - Pornograffitti (A Funked Up Fairytale) mp3 album

  • Performer: Extreme
  • Title: Pornograffitti (A Funked Up Fairytale)
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: 1990
  • Style: Funk Metal, Hard Rock, Arena Rock
  • MP3 album: 1966 mb
  • FLAC album: 1739 mb
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 402
Extreme  - Pornograffitti (A Funked Up Fairytale) mp3 album

Label A&M Records. Michael Wagener, Nuno Bettencourt. Bob St. John, Craig Doubet.

Extreme II: Pornograffitti (A Funked Up Fairy Tale) is the second album released by the Boston rock band Extreme on August 7, 1990. The title is a portmanteau of pornography and graffiti. The album sold very well, peaking at on the Billboard 200, and was certified double platinum in the . It is the band's best selling album.

This tab book of Extreme's wildly successful second album "Pornograffitti" isn't totally accurate but it suffices to meet my needs. Some sloppiness does slip in on the part of the transcriber though for example as in "Decadence Dance" the ending is not transcribed and neither is the intro power chord for some reason. Overall, this is a decently transcribed version of the great Extreme album and although not perfectly accurately transcribed is still a good way to learn the tracks.

Note-for-note transcriptions with tab of all of Nuno Bettencourt's guitar work on Extreme's highly successful second album. Includes the moving mega-hit "More Than Words" and a dozen more: Decadence Dance Get The Funk Out He-Man Woman Hater Hole Hearted It ('s A Monster) Li'l Jack Horney Money (In God We Trust) More Than Words Pornograffitti Song For Love Suzi (Wants Her All Day What?) When I First Kissed You When I'm President.

That album, Pornograffitti (or Extreme II: Pornograffitti (A Funked Up Fairytale)to give it its full and partially mis-spelt title), was and is Extreme’s masterpiece. In Cherone’s words, the band were full of piss and vinegar when they wrote it. That might be true, but it doesn’t show. Pornograffitti was by turns playful, earnest, riotous, fun and – yes – funky. Let’s step out of the story for a moment. But Extreme found themselves quickly slipping from the lofty peak that Pornograffitti had placed them on. On a personal level, it did affect us, says Cherone, because we thought it was the better record. But as you grow up, you realise that life’s not fair. It might have had better songs, better production, better singing and playing, but it was Pornograffitti that struck a chord at the time. The Top 10 Best Hair Metal Videos. Opinion: Enough with the Dio hologram – let the dead stay dead. It is the band’s best selling album.

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