Erstlaub Discography Tracks. The Long Road (CDr, Album). On Becoming An Island (CDr, Album, Ltd, Num).
The Long Road is the fourth studio album by Canadian rock band Nickelback, released on September 23, 2003. The album was recorded at famed Greenhouse Studios in Vancouver, British Columbia. It is the band's last album with Ryan Vikedal as drummer. The album was certified 3 Platinum by the RIAA in March 2005 and it had sold 3,591,000 copies as of April 2011. It has sold over 5 million copies worldwide and in the year 2003, was only the album to have sold over 2 million copies worldwide
Album Name The Long Road. Erscheinungsdatum 23 September 2003. Labels 13th Planet Records Roadrunner Records. Musik GenreAlternative Metal. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen193. 1. Flat on the Floor.
I am pleased to announce that my long term nemesis and occassional techno and sushi partner The Village Orchestra is launching a new label. Broken20 is a new label from¬†ruaridhTVO, with assistance from¬†production unit and¬†erstlaub. Broken20 will release all sorts of music. It’ll be coming up on the BrokenZero section of the site for free. I’ll probably post up when they are both avaialble. In the meantime, you can keep up with the label’s general wackness of chat via its twitter feed. From me in the relative future then, lookout for: Podcast/The Long Road on Broken20.
Album Name The Long Road. 版公司 Roadrunner Records.
After all, this is an album that ends with "See You at the Show," the neo-grunge "We're an American Band" that invites their audience to come along on the Nickelback bus and party down - a sentiment that kind of undercuts the endless barrage of tortured lyrics that precede it.
But there is a potent restraint to Long Road Out of Eden, in the bleak, hollow mix of acoustic guitar and electric piano in the verses and the overcast sigh of the harmonies. There is empathy, too, for the soldier on night patrol, with dirty work to do and everything to lose. I’m not counting on tomorrow/And I can’t tell wrong from right, Henley sings. But I’d give anything to be there in your arms tonight. That’s not self-interest - just the purest need. The resemblance in title between this album and the Eagles’ last studio record, 1979’s The Long Run, is no coincidence
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- Written-By, Producer – Dave Fyans