ALBUM, TITLE: Underneath the Rainbow. COUNTRY: USA. STYLE: Indie Rock. File format: MP3. QUALITY: 320 kbps.
ALBUM, TITLE: Underneath the Rainbow. Release year, date: 2014.
Артист : Black Lips Название : Underneath The Rainbow Жанр : Rock Год выхода : 2014 Label : Vice Records О музыке . The Black Lips released their fifth studio album, 200 Million Thousand, on February 24, 2009 on Vice Records.
Артист : Black Lips Название : Underneath The Rainbow Жанр : Rock Год выхода : 2014 Label : Vice Records О музыке : nFo. Black Lips is an American rock band from Atlanta, Georgia. The songs were recorded at New Street Studio, a former art gallery in Decatur GA, near Atlanta. The band embarked on a world tour in 2009 to support this album.
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Album: Underneath the Rainbow. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. Bonus Track: 13 – Nightmare Field.
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Underneath the Rainbow is the seventh studio album by American garage rock band Black Lips, released on March 17, 2014. I Don't Wanna Go Home". Cole Alexander – guitar, vocals. Jared Swilley – bass, vocals. Ian St. Pé – guitar, vocals. Joe Bradley – drums, vocals.
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Black Lips - Underneath the Rainbow
Artist...............: Black Lips
Album................: Underneath the Rainbow
Ripper...............: EAC (Secure mode) / LAME 3.92 & Asus CD-S520
Codec................: LAME 3.99
Version..............: MPEG 1 Layer III
Quality..............: Insane, (avg. bitrate: 320kbps)
Channels.............: Joint Stereo / 44100 hz
Tags.................: ID3 v1.1, ID3 v2.3
Posted by............: Beolab1700 on 25/02/2014
1. Black Lips - Drive By Buddy [02:44]
2. Black Lips - Smiling [02:09]
3. Black Lips - Make You Mine [02:18]
4. Black Lips - Funny [02:58]
5. Black Lips - Dorner Party [02:36]
6. Black Lips - Justice After All [02:29]
7. Black Lips - Boys in the Wood [03:36]
8. Black Lips - Waiting [03:34]
9. Black Lips - Do the Vibrate [02:29]
10. Black Lips - I Don't Wanna Go Home [03:07]
11. Black Lips - Dandelion Dust [02:28]
12. Black Lips - Dog Years [03:15]
Playing Time.........: 33:48
Total Size...........: 78.76 MB
Atlanta rock band Black Lips are returning with their seventh studio album Underneath the Rainbow on March 18th. The 12-song set was recorded over this year in New York with the Budos Band’s Tommy Brenneck and in Nashville, with the Black Keys‘ drummer Patrick Carney. ”Our main influences [this time] are pretty traditional,” bassist Jared Swilley tells Rolling Stone. “It’s roots music.”
The band promised earlier that there’s more of a southern rock and country vibe within Rainbow, but the Black Lips’ wild side is certainly prevelant.
Boys in the Woods is an ode to Lynyrd Skynyrd and growing up in Atlanta that Swilley says is about “doing bathtub drugs and drinking bathtub gin.” Others were written the day they were recorded and one in particular, “Smiling,” chronicles…
Swilley’s brief stay in prison last year. ”[That song is] about how going to jail sucks, because the florescent lights make it hard to sleep, and you have to share five cigarettes with ten other guys all ducking in a corner smoking cigarettes,” he says. “[And] how you have to call your mom to bail you out. I wanted to write a song about Gucci Mane but I ended up writing it about myself.”
Over the last 15 years, the Black Lips have remained successful due to a committed ethic to non-stop touring and a constant desire to change things up in the studio. But as they forge on, recording hasn’t become routine by any means. “I don’t think making records gets any easier,” Swilley says. “It almost seems like the first one is the easiest because you haven’t really used many ideas at that point so almost everything is new to you.”