BBQ - Bad Blood EP album flac
- Album: Bad Blood EP
- FLAC: 1457 mb | MP3: 1620 mb
- Released: 1999
- Rating: 4.4/5
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- Format: RA DMF VOX AAC ASF AHX MIDI
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- Executive Producer – Bryant "B-Boy" Lee
- Producer – Legendary Traxster
Label: Risque Records – RQ-99014.
Album · 2005 · 5 Songs. Bad Blood - EP Siobhan Fahey.
Bad Blood (stylised as "BΔD BLOOD") is the debut studio album by English band Bastille. It was released on 4 March 2013 in the United Kingdom, and on 3 September 2013 in the United States, and features the singles "Overjoyed", "Bad Blood", "Flaws", "Pompeii", "Laura Palmer" and "Things We Lost in the Fire". The album was recorded in London and produced by lead-singer, Dan Smith, and Mark Crew.
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Band Name Making Monsters. Album Name Bad Blood. Type EP. Released date 13 May 2016. Labels Self-Released. Music StyleAlternative Metal. Members owning this album0.
Bad Blood - Official.
Vocals – Blixa Bargeld, Sebastian Laws. The Snakepit" – 5:54. Scratches – DJ Vadim. Vocals – Blixa Bargeld, Toastie Taylor. Trapped in Three Dimensions" – 7:38. Vocals: A-Syde, El-P. Vocals: Sebastian Laws, Sensational. A New Breed of Rat" – 11:55. Vocals: Blixa Bargeld.
Album Name Bad Blood. Erscheinungsdatum 2007. Labels People Like You Records. Musik GenrePost-punk. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 2. We don't care about you. 3. Date from hell.
Bad Blood reveals that Bastille is a synth-driven band that isn't particularly arty, something of a rarity during the electronic pop revival of the 2000s and 2010s. Where many of their contemporaries used the glamour of synth-pop's '80s heyday and electronic music's infinite possibilities to craft shiny pop fantasies, Bastille builds on the glossy, anthemic approach they set forth on the Laura Palmer EP (the title track, which is included here, might also be the least arty song inspired by David Lynch's surreal soap opera.