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Def Wish - Disturbed / No Faith album mp3

Performer: Def Wish
Title: Disturbed / No Faith
Country: UK
Released: 1999
Style: Jungle
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 446
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The Lost Children is a B-sides compilation album by American metal band Disturbed. It was released on November 8, 2011. The album was announced in August 2011 by David Draiman via Twitter, where he answered several questions regarding the album.

Def Wish Cast (sometimes known as Def Wish Posse or abbreviated to DWC) are a pioneering Australian hip hop group originally from Western Sydney. Def Wish Cast are an Australian hip hop group that asserts itself as founders of Australian hip hop, "having created something localised that was revered and is now mythologized

Disturbed covered the song "Midlife Crisis" for a Faith No More tribute album that was eventually released in 2002. However, Disturbed's cover was not used, and a rerecorded version would later make an appearance on the compilation album, The Lost Children. In September 2001, production of their second studio album began. In an interview with Launch Radio Networks, Disturbed vocalist David Draiman stated that twenty songs were recorded for the album, but only fourteen made it to the final track listing.

In 2010, Disturbed released their fifth studio album, Asylum. In July of 2011, the bandmembers announced that they would be going on an indefinite hiatus due to personal issues within the group. The Lost Children, a collection of rarities and B-sides, arrived in November of that year.

The tightest, most polished Disturbed album to date. Absolutely incredible work, especially from Dan. The tight riffs and the soulful guitar solos are unparalleled here. Not a single track that I ever skip over, and even now, 10 years on, I never get bored by a second of this record. Can't even explain it, whenever it goes into my player, it goes straight through without me skipping anything. Just one of those albums that you can listen to as a whole and the whole is amazing. Then again, I can say the same thing about Disturbed as a band and just vote all of their albums as the best.


No Faith


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DEF001, DF001 Def Wish Disturbed / No Faith ‎(12") Def Wish, Def Wish DEF001, DF001 UK 1999
DF001 Def Wish Disturbed / No Faith ‎(12", W/Lbl) Def Wish DF001 UK Unknown

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