No Chill Out - Black Light mp3 flacPerformer: No Chill Out
Title: Black Light
Style: Drum n Bass, Jungle
Size MP3 version: 1692 mb
Size FLAC version: 1907 mb
Size WMA version: 1401 mb
Format: VOX AC3 RA MOD FLAC AAC MPC
No Chill Out - Black Light mp3 flac
1- Chill Out 2- Darkness 3- Eye Market 4- Right Stuff 5- Mondays 6- Fleety Foot 7- Wicked Act 8- Moya . Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 10 сент.
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Arguably the best of Black Uhuru's electrofied albums, even if its predecessor Red was the bigger sell, Chill Out is a seminal blend of styles and cultures. Produced by Sly & Robbie at Channel One Studio in Jamaica, and again backed by the Revolutionaries, ironically the album's greatest beneficiaries were the Riddim Twins, who were rocketed to international fame upon this record's release. They deserved it though, and Chill Out remains as much a tribute to their talent as the vocal trio's
Black Ego by Lando Chill, released 12 October 2018 1. Ego Vanish (feat. The Lasso) 2. Clypped (feat. MotorKam) 3. Facts 4. Peso (feat. Quelle Chris & REY) 5. Dah Vapor (feat. Swansuit) 6. Fauna 7. Cess 8. Koolaide (feat. Psychic Twin) 9. All My Life (feat. figure matter fact, batter light, parcel out a sac, inner sight, gimmie thinner bites, of her kitty cat, triple tap, safe word, Bacharach, lower jaw upper neck, nibble that triple stack waffles, nigga dah Aristotle, syrup be the apostle, throttle don’t need no bottle, liquor gon leave you hollow see its hallowed where you smoke you see you swallow every note like.
A Black Light B No Chill Out (Black Light Remix). Companies, etc. Recorded At – GS511 Mixed At – GS511 Mastered At – JVC Mastering Center. Category Country Year. RACA-11 No Chill Out Black Light (CD, Single) Red Alert Records RACA-11 Japan 1997. it's techno or progressive trance.
Chill Out is a 1995 album by John Lee Hooker featuring Van Morrison, Carlos Santana, Charles Brown, and Booker T. Jones. It was produced by Roy Rogers, Santana and Hooker himself, and executive produced by Mike Kappus. Tracks 1 to 11 were recorded and mixed at Russian Hill Recording, San Francisco and The Plant, Sausalito, California. The album reached N. in the US Blues chart and was awarded a W. C. Handy Award for Traditional Blues Album of the Year.
Chill Out is the third studio album by The KLF, and the first album under the name, released in February 1990. An ambient house concept album, it portrays a mythical night-time journey up the US Gulf Coast from Texas into Louisiana. The album is a continuous composition, in which sampled music (including Elvis Presley, Fleetwood Mac, Acker Bilk and Tuvan throat singers), vocal samples and sound effects are overlaid with original music. Composition and recording.
Chill-out (shortened as chill; also typeset as chillout or chill out) is a loosely defined form of popular music characterized by slow tempos and relaxed moods. The definition of "chill-out music" has evolved throughout the decades, and generally refers to anything that might be identified as a modern type of easy listening. Some of the genres associated with "chill" include downtempo, classical, dance, jazz, hip hop, world, pop, lounge, and ambient.
Their ‘Chill Out’ album in 1990 was no different in the way it redefined and reshaped music, albeit in a quieter and more subtle way. Apparently recorded in one live take ( We’d get near the end and make a mistake, so we’d have to go all the way back to the beginning and set it all up again, Cauty told Record Collector in 1991) they laid down an artistic blueprint that has formed a source of inspiration and imitation for many since.
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|No Chill Out (Black Light Remix)|
|RACA-11||No Chill Out||Black Light (CD, Single)||Red Alert Records||RACA-11||Japan||1997|
|RAJA-6||No Chill Out||Black Light (12")||Red Alert Records||RAJA-6||Japan||1997|