No Artist - Wild Service Songs: Further Off Limits mp3 flac
An Ambient and Cinematic song that uses Acoustic Drums and Cello to emote its Happy and Peaceful moods. License Further Up, Further In by Tony Anderson.
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Wild Service Songs: Further Off Limits (Album). Stag Party Record 5: Off Limits Featuring Wild Service Songs (LP, Album).
Wild Horses" is a song by the Rolling Stones from their 1971 album Sticky Fingers, written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Rolling Stone ranked it number 334 in its "500 Greatest Songs of All Time" list in 2004. In the liner notes to the 1993 Rolling Stones compilation album Jump Back, Jagger states, "I remember we sat around originally doing this with Gram Parsons, and I think his version came out slightly before ours
The music departed further from Miguel's R&B roots with rock styles such as psychedelic and new wave, as well as lyrical themes that explore morality, normalcy, and sexuality. Wildheart charted at number two on the Billboard 200 while selling 40,500 copies in its first week. Throughout, Miguel comes off as a seeker lost in a world where dreams, religion, sex and art are tangled up with their own dark, addictive mirror images. In 2014, Miguel released an EP, titled Wild, in promotion of Wildheart, featuring the songs "NWA", "Hollywood Dreams", and "Coffee". The lead single from the album was a re-worked version of the EP's track "Coffee", renamed as "Coffee (Fucking)", featuring guest vocals from American rapper Wale; it was released on May 4, 2015.
By the time album closer A World Alone completed its moving portrait of intimacy in a cold world, it was clear that Lorde’s first artistic statement had been fully realized - and that an enduring new star had been born. MBDTF is the complete, utterly candid portrayal of a polarizing musical genius, a man unafraid to curse off SNL and equally unflinching in his admission that he is lost in the world.
Further is the first Chemical Brothers album without a guest vocalist since their debut. Consequently, with no worries about crafting tracks around a Q-Tip or Richard Ashcroft, the duo has full freedom to focus on enveloping listeners in the sound world usually just experienced at its shows - although, naturally, without the lights and atmosphere to accompany the music
Directed by Erik White.
|A1||I Wanted Wings|
|A2||Honey, Oh Baby Mine|
|A3||Frig The Flying Fortress|
|A4||Kiss The Louie's Brass|
|A5||What A Hell Of A Way To Die|
|A6||Wine, Women, & V D|
|A7||Take Her Down|
|B1||Roll Me Over|
|B2||We Won't Forget Korea|
|B3||It's A Shame The Whole World Over|
|B4||There Was A Pilot Of Renown|
|B5||Mine Eyes Are Dim|
|B6||The Freaking Fusileers|
|B8||Have A Baby On Me|
|FAX-LP 2004-A||Unknown Artist||Further Off Limits - Volume 2 (LP, Blu)||Fax Record Company||FAX-LP 2004-A||US||Unknown|
|FAXLP 2004||Unknown Artist||Further Off Limits - Volume 2 (LP, Album)||Fax Record Company||FAXLP 2004||US||1960|