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Living Colour - Time's Up mp3
Rock
Performer: Living Colour
Title: Time's Up
Style: Alternative Rock, Hard Rock, Funk Metal
Country Poland
Label Takt Music
Catalog Number 721
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 336
MP3 size: 1805 mb
Record From: Cassette, Album, Unofficial Release

Living Colour - Time's Up mp3

Tracklist

1Ology1:07
2Someone Like You3:47
3Information Overload6:11
4Fight The Fight4:32
5Type6:26
6Solace Of You3:38
7Tag Team Partners0:48
8Time's Up3:05
9Love Rears Its Ugly Head4:19
10Pride4:55
11Under Cover Of Darkness4:17
12This Is The Life6:22
13New Jack Theme3:30
14Elvis Is Dead3:50
15History Lesson0:52

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
466920 1Living Colour Time's Up ‎(LP, Album)Epic466920 1Europe1990
466920 9, EPC 466920 9Living Colour Time's Up ‎(CD, Album, RE)Epic, Epic466920 9, EPC 466920 9EuropeUnknown
ET 46202, ET46202Living Colour Time's Up ‎(Cass, Album, Dol)Epic, EpicET 46202, ET46202US1990
ST 578Living Colour Time's Up ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Super TapeST 578Poland1993
EPC 466920-1Living Colour Time's Up ‎(LP, Album)EpicEPC 466920-1Spain1990

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Album

Time's Up is the second studio album by the band Living Colour, released on August 28, 1990 through Epic Records. It was the follow-up to their successful 1988 album Vivid. Time's Up features a wide range of genres and also includes cameo appearances by Queen Latifah, Little Richard, Doug E. Fresh, Maceo Parker and James Earl Jones. The album reached gold status, peaking at No. 13 on the Billboard 200, and won a Grammy for Best Hard Rock Performance. It is the final album to feature Muzz Skillings on. Although Living Colour's second album, Time's Up, achieved gold certification shortly after its release and eventually won a Grammy award, it performed below expectations when compared to their debut, Vivid. It's not that it wasn't a strong album in fact, in a lot of ways, it's just as good as its predecessor, but instead of merely copying a winning formula, Time's Up challenged the listener more - both musically and lyrically. A host of guest artists lent their hands to the proceedings, such as Little Richard, Queen Latifah, Maceo Parker, and Doug E. Fresh, whi. Music video by Living Colour performing Time's Up. C 1990 sony bmg music entertainment. Time's Up is the second album by Living Colour, released on August 20, 1990. It features a wide range of genres and also includes cameo appearances by Queen Latifah, Little Richard, Doug E. Fresh and James Earl Jones. After the album was released, it reached gold status, peaked at 13 on the Billboard 200 and later won a Grammy for best hard rock album of the year. It is the last album to feature Muzz Skillings on bass. Living ColourTime's Up. Release Details. Artist: Living Colour. Album: Time's Up. Year: 1990. Label: Epic. Time's Up 3:05. History Lesson. Living Colours second album blows up the muscular swagger of their debut into an eclectic, epic musical statement on survival in America. Channeling the hardcore fury of Bad Brains, the title track sounds the alarm for environmental disaster Elvis Is Dead uses The King as the piñata in a savage funk-metal battering of systemic racism. Time's Up Living Colour. Time's Up. Living Colour - Time's Up 1990. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Hard Rock Funk Metal. Living Colour. Songs in album Living Colour - Time's Up 1990. Living Colour - Time's Up. Living Colour - History Lesson. Living Colour - Pride. Living Colour - Love Rears Its Ugly Head. Living Colour - New Jack Theme. Living Colour - Someone Like You. Living Colour - Elvis Is Dead. Time's Up - 3:05. History Lesson - 0:52. This Is the Life - 6:23. Living Colour: Corey Glover vocals, rhythm guitar on Type Vernon Reid lead guitar Muzz Skillings bass Will Calhoun Colour attends the Seventh Annual MTV Video Music Awards at in Universal City, California, on September 6th, 1990. Ron Galella, Ltd. In fact, Times Up is an album wholly about risk and self-determination, from the defiant hardcore whirl of the opening title track to the climactic majesty of Reids closing hymn, This Is the Life, a Zeppelin-like tract of stern but hopeful realism. In Under Cover of Darkness, Glover and guest rapper Queen Latifah address the high price of serious romantic commitment in the age of AIDS Calhouns Pride, which rocks with magnum Cult -style force, is a simple, sobering celebration of African American dignity