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Boom! - Take Cover mp3 album

  • Performer: Boom!
  • Title: Take Cover
  • Genre: Hip-hop
  • Formats: DXD AC3 TTA MP1 AU XM MMF
  • Released: 1999
  • MP3 album: 1492 mb
  • FLAC album: 1122 mb
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 397
Boom!  - Take Cover mp3 album

Take Cover is the tenth studio album by Seattle-based progressive metal band Queensrÿche, released on November 13, 2007. It consists of cover versions. The idea to release an album of cover songs came from a game of "name the riff" guitarists Michael Wilton and Mike Stone would play during sound checks. The band members agreed to each choose two songs to record for the album. Its release was announced by the band on August 28, 2007

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The cover was instantly replicated all over the Internet, with thousands of fans putting their own spin on various homages to what will likely become one of the most identifiable works of her career. Aside from the image of the woman swallowing neon-drenched honey, the album also gave birth to one of music's great tall tales, the much-repeated, unsubstantiated rumor that the fake honey injured the model and she was stabbed shortly thereafter.

For what was, shockingly, only the second studio album since the band put their makeup back on way back in 1996, the masked marvels reunited with the man responsible for one of the best Kiss album covers of all time, Michael Doret. He previously created the circular art for 'Rock and Roll Over,' which we'll get to later, as you can imagine. The cover finds the band holding court amidst a sea of what looks like half just-satisfied and half d women. 6. 'Dressed to Kill' (1975). which one is Gene?) wouldn't have carried as much weight if the record inside wasn't as good as 'Lick it Up' turned out to be. 4. 'Hotter Than Hell' (1974).

Boom, boom, boom, boom I'm gonna shoot you right down Right off your feet Take you home with me Put you in my house Boom, boom, boom, boom Mmmm hmmm Mm hm hm hm. I love to see you walk Up and down the floor When you talking to me That baby talk I like it like that You talk like that You knock me dead Right off my feet A haw haw haw haw Whoa! . John Lee Hooker’s Boom Boom appears on his 1962 album, Burnin'. Though written as a blues song, this became the most successful pop song Hooker ever wrote. Covered by many blues and rock artists, Hooker’s version remains his most enduring memory to most ears. Boom Boom" Track Info. Written By John Lee Hooker. Drums Benny Benjamin.

Take a look at our list of the worst album covers of all times. Do you think that a cover with a white middle-aged gentleman named A Taste of Dick Black’ properly represents his harmonica skills? Or the guy named Tino cover with the cream gym shorts? What kind of music should be behind that weird picture? Don’t ask no more, because it’s this. If you are ready to scroll down and take a look of our compilation of the worst of the best album covers, please beware that it can severely damage your taste in art and design

Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Intro-Take Cover
Producer – Groove Ministaz
2 I Got Da Mic
Producer – Groove Ministaz
3 Pull Ya Money Out
Producer – Groove Ministaz
4 Corporate World
Producer – EPOD
5 All the Streets Alike
Producer – Groove Ministaz
6 The Champion of Champions
Producer – Nelllie Murph-Darnell Murphy
7 Mr. Sunshine
Producer – Groove Ministaz
8 I know Ya Background
Producer – Jibril Sun
9 My Mind Weighs A Ton
Producer – Nellie Murph-Darnell Murphy
10 Flowin Quick Enough
Producer – Jibril Sun
11 Fuckin Wit Us
Featuring – Royce Tha 5-9*Producer – Jibril Sun

Credits

  • Executive Producer – Juan A. Shannon

Notes

20 made.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7-28474-0006-2


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