Anthrax - Got The Time album download
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|1||Got The Time
Mixed By – Steve Thompson & Michael BarbieroProducer – Anthrax, Mark DodsonWritten-By – Joe Jackson
|2||I'm The Man (The Illest Version Ever)
Producer – Anthrax, Eddie KramerWritten-By – Anthrax, J. Rooney*
|3||Who Put This Together
Producer, Mixed By – Mixmaster Stickmaster Benante*Written-By – Charlie Benante
- Artwork [Concept] – Charlie Benante
- Design [Back Cover Design] – Graphyk
- Executive Producer – Jon & Marsha Zazula (tracks: 1, 3)
- Sleeve, Illustration – Simon Bisley
NotesTrack 2 recorded live in Japan.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 4 988023 014357
- Barcode (String): 4988023014357
- Matrix / Runout: PSCD-1080-A1K V
|PRCD-6632-2||Anthrax||Got The Time (CD, Single, Promo)||Island Records||PRCD-6632-2||US||1990|
|12 IS 476, 878 699-1||Anthrax||Got The Time (12", Ltd, Pos)||Island Records, Island Records||12 IS 476, 878 699-1||UK||1990|
|PSCD-1080||Anthrax||Got The Time (CD, Single, Promo)||Island Records||PSCD-1080||Japan||1990|
|(1A) 0365||Anthrax||Got The Time (7", Single, Promo)||Island Records, Megaforce Records||(1A) 0365||Spain||1990|
|878 468-7||Anthrax||Got The Time (7")||Island Records||878 468-7||Australia||1990|
Got the Time" is a song written and performed by the British new wave musician Joe Jackson, appearing as the closing track on his 1979 debut album, Look Sharp!. The song has since been performed frequently in live concerts by Jackson. The song was covered in 1990 by thrash metal band Anthrax. In a live performance at Rock Goes to College, Jackson dedicated the song to "anyone out there who leads a hectic life.
Persistence of Time is the fifth studio album by the American thrash metal band Anthrax. It was released on August 21, 1990 through Megaforce Worldwide/Island Records and was nominated in 1991 for a Grammy Award in the Best Metal Performance category. with Children episode, "My Dinner with Anthrax").
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Persistence of Time is Anthrax’s 5th studio album, and it was released on August 21st, 1990. Although the album was received very well and certified gold in 1991, the band experienced major internal strife during the recording and touring process. This eventually led to singer Joey Belladonna’s ousting from the band in 1992. Belladonna would not contribute vocals to another Anthrax album until he rejoined the band in 2011. Persistence of Time took on a much more gloomy and morose lyrical tone than any of their previous albums
listening to that piece by piece makes you move and something to dance to either its more jump in a mosh pit than anything. John Ghost3 ай бұрын. n not even Be All, End All? mmzen11 ай бұрын. Powermetaldaddy1974 this was the second anthrax album I head. I don't really like anything on state of euphoria except "now it's dark" which I think is actually a pretty nasty song (based on blue velvete). Malevolents Band3 жыл бұрын.
Luckily, we got a dark, brutal, amazing album out of it. For all its aural intensity – the breathlessly chugging guitars, the roiling swirls of snare and tom-tom, Taylor’s throat-rending vocals – what stands out about isn’t the emotional negativity but the perversely hook-heavy writing. Sometimes the two are wrapped together, like on the misanthropic chant-along People Shit ; sometimes they’re in opposition, as when sweetly melodic vocals float through the chorus of My Plague. By the time Iron Maiden released their landmark fifth LP, Powerslave, in 1984, the British metal group had four seminal albums under their studded belts and had become such a powerful touring force that they were already planning to record a live album – what would become the epochal Live After Death – on their next world tour.
I remember hearing this album for the first time and thinking that metal was taking a really kickass step forward. The tight riffing along with Charlie’s pummeling drum work is like having a lobotomy performed by a jackhammer. When I think of true eighties thrash metal, this is Among the first albums that comes to mind.