Trenchant - Life Of Stone album flac
|B||One Ton Waltz|
- Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – AF 26705
- Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – AF 26706
NotesTest press: 10 copies with "Morbid Tales" rip off sleeve
50 on split orange/green vinyl copies, hand numbered (this)
150 on orange vinyl
The pressing plant is uncredited, it is identified from the runouts.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): AF 26705/A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): AF 26706/A
|Bad 010||Trenchant||Life Of Stone (10", Num, TP)||Badman||Bad 010||Czech Republic||2001|
|Bad 010||Trenchant||Life Of Stone (10", Ltd, Ora)||Badman||Bad 010||Czech Republic||2001|
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Trenchant (2) – Life Of Stone. Label: Badman – Bad 010. Format: Vinyl, 10", Numbered, Green, Orange Split. Country: Czech Republic.
Greatest Hits is a compilation album by American recording group Sly and the Family Stone. It was first released on November 21, 1970, by Epic Records. Comprising five singles and their b-sides along with one additional single and one album track, it includes all of the singles from the albums Dance to the Music (1968), Life (1968), and Stand! (1969), and all of their charting B-sides.
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A lazy version of Heart of Stone is the album’s first success. Jagger’s vocal seems identical to the track on The Rolling Stones, Now!, but on steel guitar here, it could be Brian Jones, in his role as subtle colorist, and the big chorus has a nice bit here and there. What follows is a true relic, the misanthropic and hilariously hostile I’d Much Rather Be with the Boys. The Rolling Stones undoubtedly felt they had to do something about the bastard album hogging all that money during their current tour. The only exception is Bitch, that great appetite song which can’t be given justice without its almost Moroccan horn lines. Shade‘s selection is familiar enough. One re-exults in Keith’s trenchant autobiography, Happy, and rediscovers Heartbreaker as an anarchist masterpiece.
Hearts of Stone is the third album by New Jersey rock band Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, released in 1978. The album was written and recorded in collaboration with E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt, as well as Bruce Springsteen. Hearts of Stone has been called "the best album Bruce Springsteen never recorded", which is not quite accurate
Sly Stone and his engineers never got around to making standard stereo mixes of the three non-album singles. Epic had to resort to taking the mono versions and making simulated stereo versions by electronically rechannelling the mono mixes' frequencies for the stereo LP. For years, the Quadraphonic LP of this album was the only way to find stereo mixes of "Hot Fun in the Summertime", "Everybody is a Star" and "Thank You".