New Legend - I'll Be Strong album flac
- Album: I'll Be Strong
- FLAC: 1396 mb | MP3: 1740 mb
- Released: 1991
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 442
- Format: XM ASF TTA AIFF MMF APE DTS
|1||I'll Be Strong (Radio Edit)||3:55|
|2||Back Into The Fire||3:47|
|3||Midnight Magic Maniac (Extended Version)||6:29|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – BMG Ariola Hamburg GmbH
- Copyright (c) – Breeze Music Gmbh
- Distributed By – BMG Records
- Distributed By – BMG Ariola
- Bass, Vocals – Harry De Winter
- Drums, Percussion, Vocals – Bertram Engel
- Guitar, Vocals, Harp – Carl Carlton
- Keyboards, Organ, Vocals – Pascal Kravetz
- Lead Vocals, Guitar, Harp – Peter Bootsman
- Producer – Dieter Dierks
NotesTaken From The Forthcoming Album "Deep Colors Bleed"
(P) 1991 BMG Ariola Hamburg GmbH
(C) 1991 Breeze Music Gmbh
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 5 012394 482626
- Barcode: 5012394482626
- Label Code: LC 0316
- Rights Society: BIEM / GEMA
I'll Be Strong is all about motivation, struggling and surviving. A relentless storm of pop-digital weather bombards a group of animals, who are relentlessly.
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+ + + + I’ll Be Strong is all about motivation, struggling and surviving. A relentless storm of pop-digital weather bombards a group of animals, who are relentlessly dashing towards their goal – a distant volcano emitting the hook of the song. The story is represented only through the visualisation of the invisible wind, revealing the animals with a graphic intensity. The video was made using procedural 3D software (Houdini), to simulate and visualise the physics of a hurricane of wind and debris bombarding the animals
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