Ryan Adams – Rock ‘N’ Roll (2003) {SACD-R + FLAC 24-88.2}

Ryan Adams – Rock ‘N’ Roll (2003) [2.0 & 5.1]
PS3 Rip | ISO | SACD DST64 2.0 & 5.1 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 48:43 minutes | Scans included | 3,28 GB
or FLAC 2.0 Stereo (converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Scans included | 0,98 GB
Alternative Country / Traditional Rock / Americana

Rock N Roll is the fourth studio album by Ryan Adams, released on November 4, 2003. The album features the hit single “So Alive,” and includes guest appearances by Adams’s then girlfriend, actress Parker Posey, former Hole and Smashing Pumpkins bass player Melissa Auf der Maur, and Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong. Adams describes the album as “the most rock thing I have ever done”, and notes that in spite of the album’s mixed reception, recording it was “fun as fuck”.

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Shonen Knife-712-CD-FLAC-1991-DeVOiD

Shonen Knife-712-CD-FLAC-1991-DeVOiD Download

Shonen Knife-712-CD-FLAC-1991-DeVOiD

Description :

Artist…: Shonen Knife
Album….: 712
Type…..: Normal
Genre….: Rock
Label….: Chico Chica
Language.: English

Year…..: 1991 Source…: CDDA
R.Date…: 05-10-2015 Grabber..: EAC Secure
S.Date…: 00-00-1991 Encoder..: FLAC 1.2.1 Lossless

Quality..: 777 kbps Avg 44.1kHz 2 channels

/ Track List .
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01 Shonen Knife 3:51
02 Lazybone 2:16
03 Diet Run 3:12
04 Blue Oyster Cult 2:24
05 Rain 2:57
06 The Luck Of The Irish 2:54
07 My Favorite Town Osaka 2:57
08 Faith Healer 3:10
09 Redd Kross 2:36
10 White Flag 1:05
11 Superstar 2:36
12 Expo ’90 2:05
13 Fruit Loop Dreams 1:53
14 The Moon World 2:42
15 Baggs 3:50

Total Size.: 15 Files/237.0MB/40:28 min

Release Notes
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Most North American fans were introduced to the ladies of Shonen Knife via
the cryptically titled 712 (1991). They even toured the effort, opening up
for a then-unknown Nirvana. Actually, the numeric insignia was derived by
taking a contraction of seven (nana), one (ichi), and two (futatu) to
create the “na-i-fu,” the Japanese word for knife. The material immediately
unleashes the band’s tongue-in-cheek sincerity and prankster attitude on
“Shonen Knife,” which commences with the herald “Good morning, Shonen Knife
freaks…” and dives into a repetitive four-on-the-floor sample of E.L.O.’s
“Don’t Bring Me Down.” The following off-kilter Dadaist rap hails the
arrival of this, their latest record, before reeling off a litany of their
favorite musicians: “Nick Lowe, Costello, Beatles/Redd Kross, Ramones,
Buzzcocks,” then proudly proclaiming “Shonen Knife is a cult band!” Couched
within the Gen X anthem and garage faade of “Lazybone” is the band’s
understated penchant for catchy choruses and power pop melodies. They are
perfectly matched to guest Atsushi Shibata’s forceful guitar solo. Among
the other social observations are an extolling of weight loss on “Diet
Run,” a surreal ballad to a breakfast cereal during “Fruit Loop Dreams,” as
well as paeans to White Flag and Redd Kross. The latter were enthusiasts of
the band, giving them positive feedback in the press. The cover of the
Beatles’ “Rain” sticks pretty close to the original, with guest drummer
Victor Indrizzo (drums) going so far as to replicating Ringo Starr’s drum
fills beat-for-beat. Even more striking is their take on John Lennon’s “The
Luck of the Irish” featuring Redd Kross’s Jeff McDonald on lead vocals that
nail Lennon’s weary inflections. 712 is a recommended starting point for
those wishing to indulge themselves in some whimsical and thoroughly
unpretentious rock & roll.

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