Underground Luxury is the third studio album by American rapper . The album was released on December 17, 2013, by Grand Hustle Records, Rebel Rock Entertainment and Atlantic Records. The album was supported by five singles "We Still in This Bitch", "HeadBand", "Ready", "John Doe" and "Throwback". The album features guest appearances from Future, 2 Chainz, . Juicy J, Priscilla Renea, Ester Dean and Chris Brown among others.
Underground Album is Coe's follow-up to his 1978 album Nothing Sacred. The album was generally criticized as being profane, racist, and crude.
Loaded is the fourth studio album by American rock band the Velvet Underground, released in November 1970 by Atlantic Records' subsidiary label Cotillion. It was the final album recorded featuring founding member and main songwriter Lou Reed, who left shortly before its release. Loaded was ranked 110 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
The album was more experimental than their first album, featuring a loud and aggressive musical style. The album was produced without Warhol and Nico for the first time. On March 1969 they released the third studio album The Velvet Underground, their first project with Cale's replacement Doug Yule. It did not chart upon its original release. However, when reissued in 1985 it peaked at number 197 in the Billboard chart. One year later, Loaded was released by Atlantic Records, the first time by a major label. a b c d e "British album certifications – The Velvet Underground". British Phonographic Industry. Retrieved 22 November 2014.
The Velvet Underground is the self-titled third studio album by American rock band the Velvet Underground. Released in March 1969, it was their first record with Doug Yule, who was a replacement for John Cale. Recorded in 1968 at TTG Studios in Hollywood, California, the album's sound-consisting largely of ballads and straightforward rock songs-marked a notable shift in style from the band's previous recordings.
s new album officially drops on June 5th, in the meantime NPR provides the album stream for your listening pleasures 1. LFU300MA (Intro) 2. Live From The Underground 3. Cool 3 Be Southern 4. I Got This 5. Money On The Floor (Feat. 8Ball & MJG and 2 Chainz) 6. What U Mean (Feat. Ludacris) 7. My Sub (Pt. 2: The Jackin’) 8. Don’t Let Me Down 9. Porchlight (Feat. Anthony Hamilton) 10. Pull Up (Feat. Big Sant & Bun B) 11. Yeah Dats Me 12. Hydroplaning (Feat. Devin The Dude) 13. If I Fall (Feat.
68. TVU recorded 'White Light/White Heat' in September '67!
This album resulted in DOOM‘s status as an underground legend and also solidified Madlib‘s title as Hip Hop production’s version of Albert Einstein: bizarre yet brilliant. This became a match like we never thought before, and this completely caught us off guard. We knew this would be quite the anticipated project, but when we pushed play, we had zero idea the magic that would ensue. This album redefined the underground and became the underground treasure that we know and love today.