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Big Black - He's A Whore album mp3

Big Black - He's A Whore album mp3
Title:
He's A Whore
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Style:
Post-Punk
FLAC album size:
1457 mb
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AUD ADX VOC ASF MP1 MOD APE
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Rating:
4.3 ✪

Songs About Fucking is the second full-length and final studio album by the punk rock band Big Black, released in 1987 by Touch and Go records. Included are covers of Kraftwerk's "The Model" (in a remixed version from the one on their recent B-side) and, on the CD version, Cheap Trick's "He's a Whore". Steve Albini has said that Songs About Fucking is the Big Black album that he is most satisfied with.

Track 14 "He's A Whore" is a bonus song for this CD that was not on the original vinyl release. EFA26-17724' appears on the back cover above the bar code. Mastering SID Code: IFPI L031. Mould SID Code: IFPI 121E. Matrix, Runout: TG24CD MPO 01 @ IFPI L031 01. Label Code: LC 7861.

He's a Whore chords by Big Black. Play song with guitar, piano, bass, ukulele. Chords list: D, A, E, G, C, B, A F Am, Dm - Yalp.

Big Black : He's a whore/The Model. He's a whore/The Model. Estimated delivery in 3-6 weeks.

Big Black were a highly-influential, critically-renowned noise rock band active from 1981 to 1987. They were infamous for their signature caustic, hyper-aggressive sound, notably achieved through bandleader Steve Albini’s use of sheet metal guitar picks and heavy, extremely loud distortion. The group began as Albini’s solo project, mainly because he had an extremely hard time finding like-minded musicians while studying journalism at Northwestern University. He passed this tape around to musicians, hoping to find willing collaborators. Two years later, he found his bandmates in Naked Raygun’s lead singer and guitarist (respectively): Jeff Pezzati and Santiago Durango.

He masterminded the sonic skeleton of Jay-Z’s seminal 2001 album, The Blueprint. When West launched as a solo artist two and a half years later, he designed something genre-bending, his early work peppered with Marvin Gaye and Daft Punk samples; West recorded with Coldplay and toured with U2. In contrast to the snarling materialism put forth by the dominant rappers of the day, West presented a more vulnerable sort of protagonist, with three albums featuring higher-education themes. It’s not far from where he’s been hosting his recent Sunday Services-gatherings where popular songs are repurposed with Christian themes by gospel choirs and famous guests from Katy Perry to Dave Chappelle. When I meet up with West after his return from San Francisco, he doesn’t even mention the investor meeting-already fixated on something else enormous out back.