The moment the album is released you’ll get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. releases July 10, 2019.
Shift is the fourth and final studio album by the Swedish grindcore band Nasum. It was released on October 26, 2004, by Burning Heart Records in Sweden and on Relapse Records in North America. Two months after this album was released, Mieszko Talarczyk died during the 2004 tsunami, resulting in the disbanding of Nasum. Mieszko Talarczyk – guitar, vocals, recording, mixing. Anders Jakobson – drums, artwork. Urban Skytt – guitar. Jon Lindqvist – bass guitar. Petter Samuel Freed – guitar (2, 22).
Night Shift is the sixth studio album by Foghat, released in November 1976 by Bearsville Records. It was the first Foghat album to feature bassist Craig MacGregor, who toured with Foghat in support of the prior Fool for the City album. It was produced by Dan Hartman; some original pressings state "produced by Don Hartman". Drivin' Wheel" was featured in the video games NASCAR 2005: Chase for the Cup, Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned, and Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony.
Graveyard Shift is the fourth studio album by American metal band Motionless in White. It was released on May 5, 2017 through Roadrunner Records and is the first release on a major label since the band's departure from Fearless Records. The album's track list was revealed on March 3 together with the release of the single, "LOUD (Fuck It)", which debuted on Octane with an accompanying music video. It is the band's last album with keyboardist Josh Balz and bassist Devin "Ghost" Sola.
El-Sull has been played on NTS in shows including Livity Sound, featured first on 18 June 2019. Songs played include Trills. El-Sull has been played on NTS in shows including Livity Sound, featured first on 18 June 2019. Original source Last.
Pills 'n' Thrills and Bellyaches is the third studio album by English alternative rock band Happy Mondays, released on November 27, 1990 by Factory Records. The band chose British DJ Paul Oakenfold and his frequent collaborator Steve Osbourne to produce the album based on their work on various remixes for the band's previous singles. It was recorded at Eden Studios in London throughout 1989 and early 1990.