Vitamin C is the self-titled debut studio album by pop singer Vitamin C, released in 1999. The album was a runaway success. Initially failing to chart, it later climbed the Billboard 200 to number 29 and was certified as Gold and later certified Platinum by the RIAA. The album spawned two hits, the Gold-selling top 20 hit "Smile" and the Top 40 hit "Graduation (Friends Forever)"
The Point - Quite a prime example of the oldschool hardcore sound with TR909 drum samples, a hiphop sample from the song "The Chief" by Tony Scott and disturbing synth lines. Tends to get little repetitive after a while as it is close to 9 minutes long. Cosmic Trash - Without a doubt the hardest track on this release, especially the Bassdrum can knock you out. This time without the typical hiphop vocal sample but with a rather short female voice sample that says "very cosmic" (might be from a movie), included are increase and decrease of bpm. Perfect choice of track length.
Crossover Crashpoint. Data de lançamento 2005. Labels Crystal Productions. Estilo de MúsicaCrossover. Membros têm este álbum0. Still Cyco Punk After All These Years.
Geen info beschikbaar. Livesets met deze track. 29-06-'14 +4 Maynor @ Gabber. FM - Back To The Oldskool Hardcore 09-05-'15 +8 Painbringer @ Prisoners of Rave. 01-11-'16 +13 Promo @ Noisebox: 30 Years The Prophet Promomix. 28-08-'16 +3 Leviathan vs. DJ Rheeza @ Ground Zero 2016. 11-09-'93 0 E-One @ Pure Madness.
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Getting to the Point is the second studio album by the British blues rock band Savoy Brown. It marks the debut of a vastly different lineup, still led by Kim Simmonds but fronted by new vocalist Chris Youlden. It was released by Decca in 1968 with catalog number SKL 4935 and finds the group taking on more of the songwriting load, as opposed to their debut, which consisted mostly of covers
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