Ben Folds Five - Whatever And Ever Amen album flac
|1||One Angry Dwarf And 200 Solemn Faces|
|4||Song For The Dumped|
|5||Selfless, Cold And Composed|
|9||Steven's Last Night In Town|
|10||Battle Of Who Could Care Less|
|11||Missing The War|
|13||Video Killed The Radio Star|
|14||For All The Pretty People|
|16||Theme From "Dr. Pyser" (Studio Version)|
|18||She Don't Use Jelly (Lounge-A-Palooza)|
|19||Song For The Dumped (Japanese Version)|
- Mixed By – Andy Wallace
- Producer – Ben Folds Five (tracks: 18), Caleb Southern (tracks: 13), John Mark Painter (tracks: 18)
- Producer, Mixed By – Brendan O'Brien (tracks: 16, 17)
- Producer, Recorded By – Ben Folds, Caleb Southern
- Remastered By – Marc Chevalier
- Remastered By [Assistant] – Alex McCollough
NotesMade in Japan.
|B 67762||Ben Folds Five||Whatever And Ever Amen (LP, Album)||Sony 550 Music, Caroline Records||B 67762||US||1997|
|ORGM-2026, 88843087871||Ben Folds Five||Whatever And Ever Amen (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Ora)||ORG Music, Epic, Sony Music Commercial Music Group||ORGM-2026, 88843087871||US||2015|
|5198752000||Ben Folds Five||Whatever And Ever Amen (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Epic||5198752000||Australia||2005|
|ORGM-2026, 88843087871S1, 88843087871||Ben Folds Five||Whatever And Ever Amen (LP, Album, RE, 180)||ORG Music, ORG Music, Epic||ORGM-2026, 88843087871S1, 88843087871||US||2015|
|486698 2||Ben Folds Five||Whatever And Ever Amen (CD, Album)||550 Music, Caroline Records||486698 2||Australia & New Zealand||1997|
Альбом · 1997 · Песен: 12. Доступно с подпиской на Apple Music. Бесплатная пробная подписка.
Whatever and Ever Amen is the second album by Ben Folds Five, released in 1997. All of the extra tracks had been previously released (as b-sides, soundtrack contributions, et. except for a cover of the Buggles song "Video Killed the Radio Star", which is a staple of Ben Folds Five's live show.
Album: Whatever and Ever Amen (1997). Charted: 26. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. When Ben Folds Five were recording this song at his Chapel Hill, North Carolina home, friends who heard it play weren't enthused. To do a song that was just so simple and commercial-sounding was bumming the peanut gallery out," Folds recalled to Spinner. They said, 'What's that song? Is that going to really be on the album?' 'Why, you don't like it?' 'Well, was it the record label's idea?'
Band Name Ben Folds Five. Album Name Whatever and Ever Amen. Erscheinungsdatum 1997. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen2. 1. One Angry Dwarf and 200 Solemn Faces. 4. Song For the Dumpes. 5. Selfless, Cold and Composed.
Whatever And Ever Amen. By: Ben Folds Five (1997, Rock). Song For The Dumped. Brick is found on the album Whatever and Ever Amen. Found on more albums: Brick Whatever and Ever Amen. Ben Folds Five – Brick.
Ben Folds Five disbanded in October 2000. They reunited in 2011, and released their fourth album The Sound of the Life of the Mind in 2012. Ben Folds Five (album). Ben Folds Five is the self-titled debut studio album by American alternative rock band Ben Folds Five, released in 1995. A non-traditional rock album, it featured an innovative indie-pop sound, and excluded lead guitars completely. It was released in November 1997 as a single from their album Whatever and Ever Amen and later on Ben Folds Live. The verses were written by Ben Folds about his high school girlfriend getting an abortion, and the chorus was written by the band's drummer, Darren Jessee. Brick" was one of Ben Folds Five's biggest hits, gaining much mainstream radio play in the USA, the UK, and Australia in 1998.
TITLE added to MP3 cart. Whatever and Ever Amen. Exclusive Prime pricing. Every song here is fun and catchy, and the lyrics are always fun to listen to closely. He usually tells some pretty funny stories as well as some genuinely emotional ones. This is his most commercially successful album as it had the monster hit (and classic) song "Brick", which is definitely his best song. This is just fantastic piano-driven pop rock. Everything about it is perfect and it's indeed very emotional!