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Decade - Untitled album download
Performer: Decade
Title: Untitled
Country: Italy
Genre: Electronic
Style:Techno
Released: 1992
MP3 album szie: 1949 mb
FLAC album size: 1968 mb

Pre-production for Rammstein’s seventh studio album first began with some low stakes rehearsals and writing sessions back in 2015. What we did in the beginning is we said, ‘Let’s get together and try to come up with three or four songs,' Kruspe said in a recent interview with Metal Wani. We didn’t really put any pressure on us, which was very important at this time.

After a 10-year wait, Rammstein return both more bombastic and mysterious than ever on their untitled seventh albu. To mark the release of their first album in a decade, they are doing no interviews, they have explained nothing about what to expect, or said what any of it means. There’s not even a title. But then, when the video for Deutschland – the starting cannon for the band’s seventh chapter – arrived with two days’ vague warning, it racked up 20 million views in four days.

) is the third full-length album from Icelandic band Sigur Rós, first released in February 2002. It comprises eight untitled tracks, divided into two parts: the first four tracks are lighter and more optimistic, while the latter four are bleaker and more melancholic.

The untitled seventh studio album by German Neue Deutsche Härte band Rammstein, also referred to eponymously as Rammstein, was released through Universal Music on 17 May 2019. Their first studio album in ten years, it is their first not to be produced by Jacob Hellner; it was instead produced by Emigrate band member Olsen Involtini. The album was preceded by two singles, "Deutschland" and "Radio", the former becoming their second number-one song in Germany. Ausländer" was released as a single on 31 May.

Friday saw the launch of Neue Deutsche Härte (New German Hardness) band Rammstein's seventh studio album - whether or not the album will go on to be referred to as The Untitled Album or simply Rammstein is as-yet-unknown - that comes a whole decade since the band's Liebe ist für alle da (LIFAD) record and nearly a quarter of a century. After a cursory play through the album, one thing becomes clear: If LIFAD was the album that saw Schneider's overall versatility behind the drums play a starring role, then the untitled album is where Lindemann's terrific vocal range and Flake's equally fascinating experiments with keyboards are the heroes.

Hallomann" wraps up the album on a similarly nontraditional and slow-burning note, swelling to a discordant, hallucinogenic guitar and synth breakdown before concluding in a more optimistic-sounding denouement, Lindemann's croon fading to an angel-voiced outro. Yet, despite such riveting digressions, Rammstein's new album is hardly about exploration. In truth, the untitled record might as well be the band's self-titled release, as it effectively serves as a definitive (re)statement of intent.

Stream the entire album on below. The album’s release comes after months of hype following the success of lead single, Deutschland, the first piece of new music released by the band since 2011. The song reached No. 1 on the charts in Germany, Hungary, and Switzerland, as well as reaching No. 4 in Finland and Austria.

This Teutonic dance metal is what it sounds like when doves cry, earth scorches and mankind melts to a puddle. s Most Recent Stories. Mustard Talks Nipsey Hussle, Ella Mai and His ‘Perfect 10’ Album.

Rammstein's first album in a decade finds them as unique and unstoppable as ever, tethered to originality and provocation. A resounding triumph, Rammstein's first album in a decade finds them as unique and unstoppable as ever, tethered to originality and provocation. It’s been an entire decade since Rammstein released a record.

The untitled ninth studio album by American rapper Nas, commonly referred to eponymously as Nas, was released on July 15, 2008 by The Jones Experience and Def Jam Recordings. Its original title Nigger was changed due to controversy surrounding the racial epithet. The album is distinguished for its political content, diverse sources of production, and provocative subject matter. The album features guest appearances from Chris Brown, Keri Hilson, Busta Rhymes, and The Game, among others.

Tracklist

Blast EFSX1 5:49
Intimate Your Body 4:34
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Feedback 5:40

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HT2917 Decade Untitled ‎(12") Hot Trax HT2917 Italy 1992
HT2917 Decade E.P. ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl, Sta) Hot Trax HT2917 Italy 1992