Nxfxtxex - Shitcore Forever, Forever Shitcore album flac
- Album: Shitcore Forever, Forever Shitcore
- FLAC: 1814 mb | MP3: 1353 mb
- Released: 2012
- Style: Gabber, Dubstep, Noise, Experimental, Ambient
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 279
- Format: TTA MP2 AC3 AU VOX APE DMF
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|1||–||I Seriously Fucking Hate Dubstep, Version 3|
|2||–||His Flame Reports A Naughty Dogma|
|4||–||Therapy Pause Without The Designed Module|
|5||–||Harsh Noise Død|
|8||–||Burped Shitmix 251211|
|9||–||Instant Facebook Noisecore|
|10||–||Ambience For My Love|
|11||–Karma Cowboy||DarkMental Mobility (Nxfxtxex Silence Mofu Mix)
Remix – Nxfxtxex
|15||–||This Is Like, So, Not Cool, Again|
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Return to Forever is a jazz fusion album by Chick Corea, simultaneously functioning as the debut album by the band of the same name. Unlike later albums by the group, it was released by the ECM label and produced by Manfred Eicher. The album was not released in the USA until 1975. The record is often considered one of the classic albums in electric jazz. All tracks are composed by Corea except where noted. Chick Corea – Fender Rhodes electric piano.
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There are many moments on Forever when the band momentarily vanishes for a few voiceless, riffless seconds, before re-materializing with axes in hand. These trap-door jump-scares are a staple in Code Orange’s live show; they turn mosh pits into fever swamps, making you doubt it you’ll make it out of the venue alive. Unfortunately, they fail to generate that level of excitement on record, killing the momentum on tracks like Kill the Creator and The Mud just as the band hit their stride. Even with Ballou and Will Yip (La Dispute, Touché Amoré) behind the boards, the Reznor-ian scare tactics.