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Label: Unit Records (2) – UTR 4575. Country: Switzerland.
Exposed is the debut solo album of former Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil following his exit from Mötley Crüe in 1992. The album was released in 1993 and it reached No. 13 on the US Billboard 200 chart. The album was recorded at the Record Plant in 1992. Vince titled the album, "Exposed" because he thought of the album as his moment in the spotlight no longer being a member of Mötley Crüe. Vince's manager, Bruce Bird, died of a brain aneurysm during the recording. Vince later hired Burt Stein.
Tracks: 01. Vince - Vince in Greiz (4:02) 02. Vince - Paprika (5:16) 03. Vince - Vince bleibt allein (6:30) 04. Vince - Path Etique (4:54) 05. Vince - Mondstein (5:27) 06. Vince - I Am the Count (5:10) 07. Vince - Whatever (3:50) 08. Vince - 12 (6:16) 09.
Vince - Vince bleibt allein (6:30) 04. Vince - Whatever (3:50) 0. nl/download/Vince - A Story About (2015).
He is a rapper’s rapper, but his entire attitude toward the industry is a shrug at best. No matter how much praise he is showered with, Vince seems to be here only momentarily. With retirement fresh on his mind, I find it intriguing that he wrote an album about a famous rapper who decided to take his own life during a time in his life when he’s at his most famous. Summertime ‘06 dealt with his past, so I wonder how much of the seven song EP is inspired by his present. After this album we need to sit down and talk about how Vince Staples is such a good technical rapper. I’m talking simply flow and delivery, he is never off. I love the drums.
Prima Donna is Vince Staple’s second EP. It follows up his debut album Summertime ‘06. The project was released on August 25, 2016. The conceptual project deals with the pitfalls that come with success – such as suicidal thoughts, loveless relationships, and too much money for your own good. It eventually leads to a life of depression. He regrets turning his back on his friends, home and his old lifestyle. The narrative ends with the character committing suicide.
Arguably, the most recognisable album cover in pop music history and certainly the most parodied, The Beatles’ Abbey Road album still draws fans to the road forty four years after the photo was taken. But how did this iconic image come about? We put on our sleuthing hats to find out. The result of this detective work, eleven little known nuggets of knowledge and five fantastic behind the scenes photos. 1. The album’s working title was Everest, named after the cigarettes that sound engineer Geoff Emerick smoked
Details about his upcoming second studio album, Big Fish Theory, are scant, but no doubt the record will be inspected and scrutinized as a how-to manual for contemporary life. Simply put, we want Vince's takes, because we trust him to be honest in a way many people aren't. Of course, Vince Staples only moves for Vince Staples. In his first Complex Cover interview, conducted by OG hip-hop journalist Touré, he offers his unconventional perspective on rap beef and the underbelly of fandom.
|1||Vince In Greiz||4:02|
|3||Vince Bleibt Allein||6:30|
|6||I Am The Count||5:10|
|11||Bernstein Part Two||8:28|
- Recorded At – Audio Cue Tonlabor
- Bass – René Bornstein
- Composed By – René Bornstein, Simon Becker-Foss
- Drums – Arne Müller
- Guitar – Dirk Häfner
- Mastered By – Martin Offik
- Mixed By – Claudio Becker-Foss
- Recorded By – Rainer Robben
- Saxophone – Simon Becker-Foss
NotesRecorded at AudioCue Studios Berlin 2013/14
|UTR 4575||Vince||A Story about... (11xFile, Album)||Unit Records||UTR 4575||Switzerland||2015|