On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Sounds Of Subterrania (catalog number SoS 004). This album was released in 1999 year. Format of the release is. Vinyl, 10".
Smokin' is the fifth studio album by the English group Humble Pie, released in 1972. The album peaked at on the . Billboard 200 album chart, and hit the UK Top 30. The album was Humble Pie's first following the departure of guitarist Peter Frampton, which placed singer and co-founder Steve Marriott as the band's de facto leader. Smokin' is the band's best-selling album, due in large part to the success of the single "30 Days in the Hole".
The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
Is this the best glam rock album compilation there could ever be? Not quite. This album does a great job of showcasing the biggest hits from the biggest UK glam rock bands of the early 1970s, such as Slade, Sweet, Mud, Mott the Hoople and Roxy Music. What are especially welcome are one-hit wonders such as Geordie and Cozy Powell.
Post-rock is one of the most difficult genre descriptors to boil down to its essentials for a list like this. There’s no truly defining sound, just a mindset towards taking the raw materials that have been part of the musical landscape and attempt to craft something entirely new out of them. Or as writer Simon Reynolds explained it in an article in The Wire magazine in 1994, it’s the idea of using rock instrumentation for non-rock purposes
This compilation, another in Virgin Records' lengthy line of double-CD "Best Ever" compilations, tackles the world of glam rock. It's expansive length allows The Best Glam Rock Album in the World Ever to show off the impressive versatility of the artists who worked under the glam rock banner: from the pure pop of Sweet and Mud to the edgy and intellectual stylistic excursions of Mott the Hoople and Roxy Music, this compilation shows off an impressive range of artistry that existed. It also includes some impressive rarities that attract the genre's hardcore fans: "Seven Deadly Finns" is a non-album Brian Eno single that finds that arty iconoclast in an unusually pop-minded mood, and Chris Spedding's "Motor Bikin'" is a delightful glam rock tune built on roaring, motorcycle-style guitar riffs.
Smokin', smokin' We're cookin' tonight, just keep on tokin' Smokin', smokin' I feel alright, mamma I'm not jokin', yeah. Get your feet to the floor, everybody rock and roll You've got nothing to lose just the rhythm and blues, that's all, yeah We're gonna feel okay We'll get you up and take you away Get down tonight. Smokin', smokin' We're cookin' tonight, just keep on tokin' Smokin', smokin' I feel alright, mamma I'm not jokin', yeah. This is the fifth track off of Boston’s self-titled debut album from 1976. It captures the essence of what was a big part of the rock culture at that time: smoking (marijauana) and dancing at rock ‘n roll shows.
|A2||–The Hives||Barely Homosapien|
|A3||–Puffball||Let It Loose|
|A5||–The Savages||27th Bar|
|B1||–Cato Salsa Experience||R'n'R & Satisfaction|
|B2||–Onyas*||Issue The Red|
|B4||–Gluecifer||Lord Of The Dusk|
|B5||–TV Killers||Don't Talk To Me|
|B6||–The Flaming Sideburns||Close To Disaster|