Chemical People - The Singles mp3 flacPerformer: Chemical People
Title: The Singles
Style: Power Pop, Punk
Size MP3 version: 1746 mb
Size FLAC version: 1394 mb
Size WMA version: 1329 mb
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Chemical People - The Singles mp3 flac
The Chemical Brothers. Biography by John Bush. Duo whose sample-heavy dancefloor dramatics paved the way for big beat and provided a commercial alternative to faceless techno during the 1990s.
British big beat duo The Chemical Brothers has released eight studio albums, one live album, five compilation albums, two remix albums, five mix albums, one soundtrack album, two video albums, six extended plays, twenty-six singles, fifteen promotional singles and twenty-seven music videos. Boys Noize - "XTC" (The Chemical Brothers Remix). The Charlatans - "Patrol" (The Chemical Brothers Mix)". Manic Street Preachers - "La Tristesse Durera (Scream to a Sigh) (Vocal Mix)".
With this album, Chemical People followed up their 1992 self-titled album with a similar, better produced sound that, with the addition of Dave's sax as well as keyboards and a slew of guest musicians, had a far less raw feel when compared to the early years. It did, however, stay true to the pop/punk sound the bands on Cruz are famous for. The band members have since parted ways and gone on to pursue their own interests leaving a wealth of punk rock history in their wake.
Formed in 1986, Chemical People were a melodic pop punk band who hailed from Beverly Hills and who made records for nearly 2 decades on a small, southern California record label, Cruz Records as well as their own 2" Pecker Records. They released records centered around pornography, food and fun with little consideration for anything Politically correct. But with the passing of the years, the band changed considerably, a little older, a little wiser, Chemical People's roots of singing about sex, donuts, and super heroes seemed long gone
Chemical People still remain a band hidden away, playing occasionally in their studio with members Dave Naz, Ed Urlik and Jaime Pina. Angels & Devils mini-album (1991) Cruz. Chemical People (1992) Cruz. Arpeggio Motorcade (1997) Cruz. Singles, EPs. "The Good, The Bad & The Ugly" (1986) Chemical People. Black Throat" (1988) 2" Pecker. Fan Club Single (1988) 2" Pecker.
Chemical People - Aquaman Aquaman Chemical People. Also featured on. +1 other release.
Chemical People were a punk rock band formed in Los Angeles in 1986. The band toured the United States, Canada and Europe and broke up in 1997. They returned to Chemical People and released the mini-set Angels 'n' Devils towards the end of the year. The band contributed soundtrack material to several porn films and these were collected on the 1991 album Soundtracks. Pina left, and guitar duties were handled by Dave Naz, Ed Urlik and by Redd Kross guitarist Robert Hecker, and the new line-up recorded the Chemical People album (1992). After a five-year hiatus, the band returned in 1997 with a new album, Arpeggio Motorcade, after which they stopped actively playing live in 1998
The Sweet Singles Album is a 1975 compilation album by Sweet released on RCA Records for Australia and New Zealand market only. The Sweet Singles Album does not replace any of the original European Sweet release albums but compliments them
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|1||All The Best Things|
|3||Who Killed Marilyn
Written-By – Glenn Danzig
Vocals – Ed UrlikWritten-By – GG Allin
|8||Tonight, I'm Gonna Rock You
Written-By – Spinal Tap
|10||Shit On My Dick|
|12||Walking Down The Street|
|13||Bye Bye Girl
Written-By – Hard-Ons
|14||Aqua II (Live)|
Vocals – Jaime PinaWritten-By – GG Allin
|18||Henry Whitpenn (Live)|
|19||All The Best Things (Live)|
|20||Find Out (Live)|
|21||Cheri Love Affair (Live)
Vocals – Ed Urlik
|23||Old Habits (Live)|
|24||Rip It Out (Live)
Vocals – Jaime PinaWritten-By – Kiss
- Bass – Ed Urlik
- Drums – Dave Naz
- Engineer – John Gilles (tracks: 1 to 4, 14 to 24), Stephen Egerton (tracks: 5 to 13)
- Guitar – Jaime Pina
- Producer – Bill Stevenson (tracks: 1 to 13), Dave Naz (tracks: 14 to 24), Ed Urlik (tracks: 14 to 24)
- Vocals – Bug Phace (tracks: 9 to 12), Dave Naz (tracks: 1 to 6, 8, 13 to 15, 17 to 20, 22, 23)
NotesTracks 1-4 are from the Chemical People 'Fan Club' 7", 5-8 are from the 'X-Feminist' 7", 9-12 are from the 'Are You Butt Phace?' 7". Track 13 is previously unreleased. 14-21 are off the 'Live 89' 7", and 22-24 are previously unreleased.
Tracks 14-24 were recorded live at CBGB's on 19th August 1989.