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Live - The Slacker Generation album flac

  • Performer: Live
  • Album: The Slacker Generation
  • FLAC: 1737 mb | MP3: 1819 mb
  • Released: 1995
  • Style: Alternative Rock
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 568
Live - The Slacker Generation album flac


1 The Dam At Otter Creek
2 The Beauty Of Gray
3 Lightning Crashes
4 I Alone
5 Selling The Drama
6 Give It Up (Operation Spirit)
7 Iris
8 Pain Lies On The Riverside
9 All Over You
10 Shit Towne
11 Top
12 Pillar Of Davidson
13 Supernatural
14 Stage
15 Waitress
16 Freaks
17 White Discussion


  • Art Direction, Design – Air & Fire
  • Design Concept – Fire
  • Mastered By [Digital Mastering] – Xabaras


All tracks recorded live in the USA 1994.

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3. Lightning Crashes. 5. Selling the Drama.

Лицензиар: CD Baby (от лица компании "Glowing Tree"); CD Baby Sync Publishing.

Live, ‘Throwing Copper’. The Pennsylvania-bred Live broke out of the Buzz Bin with their first full-length Mental Jewelry, a self-righteous whirl of pummeling bass lines, arena-ready riffs, and didactic lyrics thrown down by preacher-like frontman Ed Kowalczyk. The album would yield three Top 40 singles - as many as Nirvana would have over an entire career - and the biggest hit, "Comedown," plays in the 2010 video of Miley Cyrus smoking salvia. I mean, that slacker kind of stuff is for people who have the time to be depressed about everything. He was picked up by Geffen and the single vaulted into the Top 10 - but anyone expecting a full album of quirky goofs was in for a shock.

face of the "slacker" generation: "Slacker my ass. I mean, I never had any slack. That slacker stuff is for people who have the time to be depressed about everything. Backlash and Odelay (1994–97). The live stage set included a red bed that descended from the ceiling for the song "Debra", and the touring band was complemented by a brass section Sea Change (2002–03). In 2000, Beck and his fiancée, stylist Leigh Limon, ended their nine-year relationship. Beck lapsed into a period of melancholy and introspection, during which he wrote the bleak, acoustic-based tracks later found on Sea Change.

Throwing Copper The Slacker Generation: Live in USA, 1994. Short but subtle with music and lyrics. I agree with the narrator. This is a satire to governmental authorities and they are represented by Hitler.

Twenty years ago today, Beck’s slacker-hit Loser shot into the Top 20, and cynicism and alienation suddenly became what its fans hated: mainstream. Here are the era’s most seminal songs. Here are five defining tracks of the Gen X era and its pejorative sibling, the slacker generation. Sonic Youth, Teen Age Riot (1988). In helping land a bunch of one-time white-noise terrorists a major label deal, the success of Sonic Youth’s 1988 album Daydream Nation set underground music in the US on a collision course with the mainstream. The record’s opening track, Teen Age Riot, was an incendiary call to arms that seemed to divine the same currents of disaffection that would later feed into grunge (apathy, media-overload, the desire to connect).

Slacker Generation Genius Think Tank Dispelling the stereotype that millennials are dumb, one slightly offended.