The Living End - State Of Emergency album flac
- Album: State Of Emergency
- FLAC: 1685 mb | MP3: 1285 mb
- Released: 2006
- Style: Pop Rock, Ska, Rockabilly
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 782
- Format: AAC AIFF AUD AHX MP1 DTS ADX
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State of Emergency is the fourth studio album by Australian punk rock band The Living End. It was released in Australia on 4 February 2006, in New Zealand on 6 February and in Japan in May 2006. The album was released in the United States and Canada on 11 July 2006. It debuted in the number one position on the ARIA charts. The first single off the album was "What's on Your Radio" which was released on 20 November 2005
Band Name The Living End. Album Name State of Emergency. Released date 04 February 2006. 12. State of Emergency.
The Living End. Released 2006. State of Emergency Tracklist. 1. 'Til The End Lyrics. 2. Long Live The Weekend Lyrics. 3. No Way Out Lyrics. 4. We Want More Lyrics.
Album: State of Emergency. Duration: 51:51 Year: 2006 ? Other rock albums: Stereophonics - Graffiti on the Train.
State Of Emergency is found on the album State of Emergency. Found on more albums: State of Emergency. The Living End – State Of Emergency. This is not the end. From the things we hate to the love we send what goes around comes around again Standing on the starting line, make a wish and make it the time. It's just begun, it's just begun, it's just begun to matter It won't be done, it won't be done, it won't be done until the time has come. Lyrics submitted by alymax
Sound - 10 Since the last LE album, 'Modern Artillery' the boys have put out a greatest hits collection and have done a series of gigs around Australia promoting State Of Emergency. They keep aussie punk rock alive as this album hits the audience in the face with thier energy and awesome guitar solos. Every single song sounds different from the last and its truly amazing to hear such variety. theres no limit to the singles they could release of this album, and i'm looking forward to the b-sides
The Living End is simply a band that can do no wrong; even their disappointing last album was still good fun. But the guys are back and bloody excited to be making an album with Roll On producer Nick Launay. The production is top notch, having the passion of a live show, but all the instruments sound great, the drums booming accordingly, the guitar crunchy and the double bass shining through. After allegedly being disappointed with their previous effort, the guys in the band really wanted to step up for this one - and step up they have