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Dochademonic - Hate album mp3
Title:
Hate
Performer:
Dochademonic
Style:
Free Improvisation, Free Jazz
Released:
FLAC album size:
1894 mb
Other formats:
TTA AA AU ASF MOD ADX AHX
Genre:
Rating:
4.6 ✪

Dochademonic ‎– Hate. Label: Chadula ‎– none.

The companion set to Doc Chad's DOCHADEMONIC "hate" CD House of Chadula 2015. 1. Too Scared to Look 14:57 2. Bye Bye Blues Slow Ride 3:40 3. Yesterday 4:18 4. Some Days Are Diamonds 5:41 5. I'd Come Back To Me 3:24 6. Joanne 3:05 7. Sandy Lynn's Blues 7:28 8. Needle In A Tub 3:28 9. Jerusalum (How Insensitive) Slow Ride 8:01 10.

Love Hate is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter The-Dream. It was released on December 11, 2007, by his Def Jam-imprint label Radio Killa. The album's title is the abbreviation for "Love me all summer, hate me all winter". The album contains the elements for its outing as primarily a R&B and pop album, with the production that was provided by Christopher Stewart and Carlos McKinney.

Two years later HATE released another album titled "Lord Is Avenger" (1998), which is considered as highlight in their early years. It was the group's first material distributed outside their native homeland of Poland. The album is set to be released in Europe in November 2010, and in the USA in January 2011 as an extended version containing a few additional live tracks.

For the Nine Black Alps album, see Love/Hate (album). Studio album by The-Dream. The album was written and recorded in eight days with twelve tracks making the final cut. Some of the tracks were written in regards to The-Dream's personal life, most notably "Nikki", written about his ex-wife Nivea and how he has moved on since their divorce.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Eventually
Written-By – Eugene Chadbourne
13:15
2 Folks Song
Written-By – Eugene Chadbourne
13:32
3 The Red Telephone
Written-By – Arthur Lee
9:47
4 The Same Old South
Written-By – Edward Eliscu, Jay Gorney
4:51
5 Compared To What
Written-By – Eugene McDaniels
6:27
6 How Can You Re-Up?
Written-By – Eugene Chadbourne
5:13
7 Bottom
Written-By – Malvina Reynolds
3:06
8 Sooner Or Later
Written-By – Doug Sahm
3:35
9 The Mountain Men
Written-By – Eugene Chadbourne
4:25
10 Wishin' All These Old Things Were New
Written-By – Merle Haggard
4:29

Credits

  • Clarinet – Charles Tyler (tracks: 1)
  • Drums – Ernie Durawa (tracks: 8), Rogier Smal (tracks: 2,3,4,5)
  • Guitar – Redd Volkaert (tracks: 9,10)
  • Harmonica – Walter Daniels (tracks: 6,7,8,9)
  • Marimba, Vibraphone – Warren Smith (tracks: 2)
  • Piano – Earl Poole Ball* (tracks: 7,8,9)
  • Vocals, Guitar, Banjo, Turntables, Percussion – Eugene Chadbourne

Notes

Packaging: CDR in a cardboard sleeve with Dr. Chad's unique packaging
Recorded in studios and on stages in Greensboro, New York City, Amsterdam and Austin.