The Steal/Beat Express Split. The Don Ramos Players Record Release Poster.
split with Beat Express by The Steal, released 26 November 2012 1. The Score 2. 451 Released in 2007. Limited to 300 copies. Hey, I'm Dave, I now play under the name Permanent Record. New album out on May 13th 2016 You'll find other releases that I've been a part of here too! discography. Everyone Is Happy Now. May 2016.
A split album (or split) is a music album which includes tracks by two or more separate artists. There have been singles and EPs of the same variety, which are often called "split singles" and "split EPs" respectively. Split albums differ from "various artists" compilation albums in that they generally include several tracks of each artist, or few artists with one or two tracks each, instead of multiple artists with only one or two tracks each.
com/The Steal (album). The Steal were an English hardcore punk band, from Kingston upon Thames and Brighton.
The album was recorded in two days. It was released on 29 September 2008. In this year the band recorded a second live session for The Lock Up show. They played their final concert at The Peel on 18 September 2009, in their hometown of Kingston upon Thames, supporting Paint It Black. The band split into two, forming Sauna Youth and Pacer. Bassist Dave House has also released four albums and two splits of solo material that dates back to 2004 before The Steal began. Richard Phoenix: drums. Steal Your Goals - split 10" with Set Your Goals. Split 7" with Beat Express.
Nas’ most recent album Nasir was met with great fanfare-and some serious criticism about what it omitted-when it arrived in June as part of Kanye West’s . Music five-week rollout. But discerning fans of underground hip-hop quickly noticed several other noteworthy things about the project. Both the album cover and the track Adam and Eve bore extreme similarities to earlier work by Bay Area producer The Architect. Last October, the producer released The Architect x Nasty Nas (Remixes), an entire album of reimaginings of classic Nas tracks. The beat for track 9, his spin on No Idea’s Original, should sound familiar to Nasir listeners. For reference, here’s Nas’ Kanye West-produced Adam and Eve, released eight months later. As for the cover, well, Nasir’s artwork featured a photo of some kids in South Dallas by photojournalist Mary Ellen Mark.
Steal This Album! is the third studio album by Armenian-American heavy metal band System of a Down, released on November 26, 2002 by American Recordings and Columbia Records. Produced by Rick Rubin and Daron Malakian, the album peaked at number 15 on the US Billboard 200. In early 2002, medium-quality MP3s of the album were released on the internet under the name Toxicity II, a clear reference to the band's previous, multi-platinum record, Toxicity.