8 thoughts on “ This Little Pig - Living Colour - Stain (CD, Album) ”

  1. Issued in a red-tinted jewel case with clear tray and a panel foldout insert. Tracks 14 and 15 are bonus tracks for the European edition. – Stain has the red-tinted jewel case but different codes on the back cover (CB /CDM instead of CB /CDC), a different number on the back cover ( instead of ) and different rights societies (only BIEM instead of BIEM/STEMRA)/5(82).
  2. They released Stain in and disbanded in Like I said, I had no idea. To me, Living Color had vanished off the face of the earth after Time's Up. Surprise. Stain is a hodge-podge album much like the previous two efforts and that seemed to work for Living Color. Let's go down the tracks: Go Away - Wow! Is this a thrash album/5(75).
  3. They released Stain in and disbanded in Like I said, I had no idea. To me, Living Color had vanished off the face of the earth after Time's Up. Surprise. Stain is a hodge-podge album much like the previous two efforts and that seemed to work for Living Color. Let's go down the tracks: Go Away - Wow! Is this a thrash album/5(87).
  4. Stain Living Colour Hard Rock · Preview Editors’ Notes As louder, harder sounds broke through to the mainstream, Living Colour were encouraged to explore their darker side—a feat not too difficult considering the talents within the band. Bassist Muzz Skillings had parted ways amicably to explore his own musical interests, and the.
  5. Produced by Ron "Bad Brains" St. Germain, Living Colour 's Stain showed the band's darker side even more, as samples were now added to the sonic mix. The tracks were more focused and streamlined when compared to the all-encompassing compositions on 's Time's Up, but were just as hard-hitting and thought provoking.
  6. It is the first album to feature bassist Doug Wimbish (whose credits included work with Jeff Beck, Madonna, Mick Jagger, etc). Stain features a much heavier and aggressive Living Colour, containing elements of thrash metal and industrial music. gram audiophile vinyl. Insert.
  7. Stain is the third album by Living Colour. It was released on March 2, , by Epic Records. It is the first album to feature bassist Doug Wimbish. Stain features a generally heavier sound with more pessimistic themes, the songs representing a range of genres. It reached No. 26 on the Billboard Citing "musical differences" the band split up in January The cover art shows a woman wearing a brank. From .

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