Extreme is the first studio album of Boston funk-metal band Extreme, released on March 14, 1989. Being released on a major label, the album sold modestly well at around 300,000 units. It produced four singles: "Little Girls", "Kid Ego", "Mutha (Don't Wanna Go to School Today)" and the radio-only "Play with Me". It was not until their next album, Pornograffitti, that the band become well known.
Extremely Live is a live album by American rapper Robert "Vanilla Ice" Van Winkle. Released in March 1991, it is the rapper's second major label release, after To the Extreme. The album contains material from Van Winkle's debut album, Hooked, as well as the new songs "Rollin' in my . ", "Road to My Riches", "Move" and "I Like It". Although the album peaked at on the Billboard 200, it met with a fiercely malicious critical reception.
Album Name Extremely Live. Data de lançamento 1991. Estilo de MúsicaNu Metal. Membros têm este álbum2. 1. Intro, Ice is Workin' It. 04:37.
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Rushed out to get another piece of Vanilla Ice product on the market, Extremely Live eroded what little credibility he had left as a rapper and placed him squarely in teen idol town. Performance-wise, he stays on the beat just fine, but his breath control is amateurish at best, probably due in part to the demands placed on him as a dancer. But, as on To the Extreme, the lowest point is an unbearably smarmy version of "I Love You," which predictably sends the audience into a tizzy. Kitsch fans beware: It's not as much fun as you might hope, not so much awful as instantly forgettable.
Vanilla Ice Format: Audio Cassette. I still like this live album, though the sound quality can be rough in some spots. I still love Rollin' in My ., Satisfaction and the ultra funky numbers of I Like It and Play that Funky Music. Ice Ice Baby sounds strong here, but I prefer the album version. I think that this album came out too quick in the helm of Vanilla Ice's To The Extreme multi platinum success. It sold well, but it just came and went that summer in 1991. His label should have focused on more singles from Extreme, but they didn't. They wanted to put it out while he was so red hot and it failed.