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Heavy Metal Soul by the Pound
Heavy Metal Soul by the Pound is the fifth full-length album from metal/funk/soul pioneers 24-7 Spyz. Released through the "What Are Records?" label, it is the first album to feature the band as a trio. Former drummer Joel Maitoza returns to replace Anthony Johnson, but the band decided not to replace departed vocalist P. Fluid. Instead, guitarist Jimi Hazel would also become the lead singer.
The album, clocking in at nearly 70 minutes, begins with five heavy metal tunes before entering a funk, soul, R&B, and pop section for over 20 minutes.
In March 1996, six months before the release of Heavy Metal Soul by the Pound, the Enemy label released an alternate European version of the album entitled 6. This version of the album does not include the songs "Earth And Sky" and "Save The World." Instead, the album contains covers of The Association's "Along Comes Mary" and Love's "7 and 7 Is." The album is titled 6 due to it being the sixth release by the band, if including the This is...24-7 Spyz! EP.
God Of Love
God of Love is the sixth full-length studio album by the hardcore punk pioneers Bad Brains. It is the band's first album since I Against I; released in 1986 with its original lineup. It was released in 1995 on Maverick Records, after the band was signed to the label by Madonna.
The release contains more reggae than any other Bad Brains album, although the heavy title track received video airplay on MTV.
Backed by huge promotion from the label and an opening slot on the Beastie Boys' Ill Communication tour, the band fell apart as the volatile singer, H.R., was arrested in several instances involving beating a skinhead, a security guard, and the band's manager in separate incidents throughout the tour. The band missed a performance at Madison Square Garden with Beastie Boys due to H.R.'s behavior, leading to yet another breakup. The band later reunited in 1997.
This album was re-released on Record Store Day, April 16, 2011, as only 2,000 copies along with a 7".
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Urban Dance Squad
Mental Floss for the Globe is the debut album by Dutch band Urban Dance Squad. Released in 1989 and produced by Belgian guitarist Jean-Marie Aerts, the album features a crossover of several music genres, such as rock, hip hop, and funk. It spawned the hit single "Deeper Shade of Soul," which gained the band international recognition, including in the United States, where they toured with Living Colour. The album got to #54 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
"Deeper Shade of Soul" reached #21 on the Billboard Hot 100, and two other singles were taken from the album, "No Kid" and "Fast Lane". The album won an Edison Award in the Netherlands, and in 2008 was named the best Dutch pop album of all time by Dutch music magazine OOR.
Mistaken Identity is the debut solo album of American guitarist and Living Colour-member Vernon Reid, released in June 1996 on Sony Music-imprint label 550 Music. It features contributions from his backing band Masque, and production was handled by Reid, hip hop producer Prince Paul, and jazz producer Teo Macero. The album's title was inspired by Reid's experience with cultural identity in his life.
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Fishbone & The Familyhood Nextperience Presents The Psychotic Friends Nuttwerx
Fishbone and the Familyhood Nextperience Present: The Psychotic Friends Nuttwerx is the sixth album from alternative rock band Fishbone. It features a large number of special guests and is the only Fishbone album released on Disney's Hollywood Records.
Whereas the band's previous album, the angry Chim Chim's Badass Revenge, contained some of the band's heaviest moments, Psychotic Friends Nuttwerx is full of sunny reggae, ska and pop hooks that make it the most accessible Fishbone album to date. The album has cameos from H.R. of Bad Brains, Gwen Stefani, George Clinton, Rose Stone, Rick James, John Frusciante and Flea of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Durga McBroom, best known for her work with Pink Floyd, and many others.
While AllMusic called it the band's best album in a decade, it received little support from the band's record label, and Fishbone once again found themselves without a record deal.
"Where'd You Get Those Pants?" uses the same melody as "Weed Plant", another Fishbone song.
Chim Chim's Badass Revenge
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The band's recent experiences prompted the album's themes of racism and music industry practices, and Chim Chim's Badass Revenge includes some of the band's heaviest songs, such as the hardcore punk title track, "Riot" and "Psychologically Overcast". The album was produced by Dallas Austin, who said he wanted to take Fishbone to the next level as Rick Rubin had done with Red Hot Chili Peppers. In 1997, Austin would use Fishbone as the backing band for Amoeba Cleansing Syndrome, the second album by R&B singer Joi Gilliam.
The Familyhood have often also criticized the album for being poorly mixed both levelly and sonically.
Give A Monkey A Brain And He'll Swear He's The Center Of The Universe
Give a Monkey a Brain and He'll Swear He's the Center of the Universe is the fourth full-length album from Funk Metal and Ska band Fishbone. It is the last album to feature all six original members, as guitarist Kendall Jones left the band a few months after the album's release, and keyboardist/trombonist Chris Dowd would leave the next year.
It is Fishbone's heaviest album, with the band focusing on heavy metal without any trace of their trademark horn section until the fourth song, the ska-infused "Unyielding Conditioning". Saxophonist Branford Marsalis makes an appearance on the manic "Drunk Skitzo", and the ending of "Swim" includes excerpts of a Damon Wayans stand-up routine about his experience at a Fishbone concert.
Shortly after the release of the album, the band toured as part of the third annual Lollapalooza festival, but was dropped by Sony Records the following year.
The title is a quotation from the discordian religious text Principia Discordia.
The Reality Of My Surroundings
The Reality of My Surroundings is the third full-length album by Fishbone, released on April 23, 1991. It was the first Fishbone album to include former Miles Davis music director John Bigham, who joined in 1989 during the Truth and Soul tour.
Truth And Soul
Truth and Soul is the second album by American funk-rock and ska band Fishbone. It was released on September 13, 1988. As is typical of the band's history of music the album features a wide array of genres including punk, ska, reggae, soul, funk, and blues. Additionally, Truth and Soul includes the band's earliest foray into hard rock and heavy metal music. The album begins with a cover version of Curtis Mayfield's "Freddie's Dead," originally from the soundtrack to the film Super Fly.
In Your Face
In Your Face is the debut studio album by American ska and funk metal band Fishbone, released on November 30, 1986. The record is the band's second major label release for Columbia Records following their self-titled EP from the previous year.
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Fishbone is the recording debut of alternative group Fishbone. This six-song EP was released in 1985 and captures the band at the height of their early funk/ska era. The track "Party at Ground Zero" remains one of the band's most popular tracks.
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The Essential Fishbone
The Essential Fishbone
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