Bass-E - Dead Leader (BIR023). Submitted by Blob on Sat, 02/08/2014 - 18:00. er/release/4385885 Year: 2011. ‹ Radium - 5000 years time slide SH-3131 vinly. Scroll a little bit and if you can read Dutch you will find out that this release has been deleted because Bass-E had ripped a track of Tartaros and released it under his name. years 4 months ago. Thanks for the info. was it released though before it was canned ?
Liste der Bands Nu Metal Korn Follow the Leader. 16. Dead Bodies Everywhere. 17. Children of the Korn (ft. Ice Cube).
Unique Leader Records. Unique Grinds for Unique Minds. FIRST FRAGMENT Current Lineup: Vincent Savary – bass David AB – lead vocals Samuel Santiago – drums Phil Tougas – guitar, vocals, all solos Gabriel Brault-Pilon – guitar. Guest Musicians: Christian Muenzner (Spawn Of Possession, Alkaloid, ura) Mathieu Marcotte (Augury, Humanoid) Malcolm Pugh (Inferi, A Loathing Requiem, Diskreet) Collin Mcgee (Elderoth).
Unlike the mixed bag that was Life is Peachy, this album is lean and filler-free, every track thoroughly deserving its place on the album (well, aside from the awful, semi-joking Limp Bizkit collaboration All in the Family. a thrillingly diverse affair, without sacrificing album flow. Most interesting is titanic closer My Gift to You, a staccato steamroller of a song that matches previous album closers Daddy and Kill You for emotional catharsis.
Follow the Leader is the album I have the fondest memories of. I was a Freshman in high school the year that this album came out and when I first heard, there was no looking back. I actually performed the song "It's On" at my high school Christmas talent show. I mean come on, this is the album that has Freak On A Leash and Got the Life, two of their biggest hits! I also love . Every song on FLT is fantastic in one or another. I had the album years ago, loved it then, someone stole it, and I finally got around to replacing it. I am happy enough with the not-quite-true replacement (extra stuff, blah blah blah) to plan to continue replacing music stolen from me. CD's, cassettes, even a couple LPs.
Follow the Leader is the second studio album by American hip hop duo Eric B. & Rakim. Following their debut album Paid in Full (1987), Eric B. & Rakim left 4th & B'way Records and signed with Uni Records, a subsidiary label of major label MCA Records. They recorded Follow the Leader at Power Play Studios in New York City. The duo produced, composed, and arranged the album with additional contributions from Rakim's brother Stevie Blass Griffin, who contributed with various instruments.