- Performer Grey
- Title Grey
- Other formats MP2 VOC VOX DTS MP3 FLAC AC3
- Genre Electronic / Pop
- Size MP3 1833 mb
- Size FLAC 1541 mb
- Rating: 4.3
- Votes: 967
The Grey Album is a mashup album by Danger Mouse, released in 2004. It mixes an a cappella version of rapper Jay-Z's The Black Album with samples from The Beatles' LP The Beatles, commonly known as "The White Album". The Grey Album gained notoriety when EMI attempted to halt its distribution despite approval of the project from Jay-Z and the two surviving Beatles, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.
Released March 3, 2015. Kill Yourself (Part II) Lyrics. Gray/Grey (Bonus Album Only Track) Lyrics.
Listen free to Danger Mouse – The Grey Album (Public Service Announcement, What More Can I Say and more). This album was made by using two albums. The Black Album by Jay-Z and The White Album by The Beatles. every kick, snare, bassline, hi-hat, guitar etc. was taken from the White Album, and all the vocals are from the Black Album. This is an art project/experiment I did that I thought some people might like. Enjoy! -Danger Mouse Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
Grey album shows amazing ingenuity remixing a classic rock album 40+ years old with modern hip hop. Jay Z's lyrics a cutting and rythmic and we remixed Beatles beats give beautiful supporting melodies and hypnotic beats. check it out. it's worth your time if you've even heard of either artist.
Dir En Grey chronology. Macabre (2000)Macabre2000. Kai (改-KAI-, Modified-KAI-) (also known as 改-KAI- REMIX01) is a remix album released by Dir En Grey on August 22, 2001. It features remixes of songs from the band's first two studio albums, Gauze and Macabre, as well as the Ain't Afraid to Die single. The songs were remixed not only by outside musicians, but also by members of the Dir en Grey themselves. Five of the album's tracks had been previously released as B-sides on various singles.
It had been written up in The New Yorker already, it was going to be on some peoples’ best of the year lists for sure, he says.
The Grey Album consists of the vocal track from the Black Album set to beats that are composed entirely of songs from the Beatles White Album. It remains, however, a Jay-Z record. Likewise, if your not into Jay-Z, you probably won't like the Grey Album. If you're a Jay-Z fan, chances are you are going to like this album no matter what.
Well: While The Grey Album is truly one of the more interesting pirate mashups ever done, it ultimately fails at the hands of perfectionism with several pieces sounding rushed to beat some other knucklehead to his clever idea. Additionally, the missing songs and occasionally poor tracking means the project take a few hits. Still, it's stronger than it ought to be given the disparity between the two artists, and as far as raw experimentation goes, it further proves DM as a wildly imaginative producer