Light It Up - State Of Mind FLAC album
Song "State of Mind" from the upcoming 7'' EP Light It Up live @ Fusion Fest IV, Cottbus Check out: ww. yspace.
Текст песни: Yea, yea I’m out that Brooklyn, now I’m down in Tribeca Right next to DeNiro, but I’ll be hood forever I’m the new Sinatra, and, since I made it here I can make it anywhere, yea, they love me everywhere I used to cop in Harlem.
Album · 2013 · 1 Song.
State of Mind is the 1995 debut album from the British progressive rock band Psycho Motel, formed by Iron Maiden guitarist Adrian Smith. The album featured Hans-Olav Solli on vocals, formerly of Scott Gorham's 21 Guns. The album features a heavy guitar-driven sound. The album was released only in Japan in 1995 and re-released in Europe in 1996. The European release had only 10 tracks and different artwork, which featured a negative image of the Japanese version cover.
Didn't want to do it 'cause I knew what I'd find Your're Really only livin' in a state of mind, yeah. I was thinkin' of the past I was tryin' to rack my brain I was looking at the future, looking at the future I was tryin' to play the game. Didn't want to do it 'cause I knew what I'd find You're really only livin' in a state of mind, yeah. Sometimes you get lost Sometimes you get found In a state of mind Sometimes you're too high Sometimes you're too down It's just a state of mind
On ‘New York State of Mind’ it was literally him watch me drop the needle. What you think of that, you like that?’ And I’m ‘It’s alright. I had most of it already written, and the original was probably close to 60 bars, so I just broke it up. When I got in the studio, we heard that record. We were just listening to records.
Light It Up (Major Lazer song). Light It Up" is a song by American electronic music producing group Major Lazer, featuring vocals from Jamaican singer Nyla, which appears on Major Lazer's third studio album Peace Is the Mission
State Of Mind (CD, Album). Next Plateau Records Inc. PLCD1037. referencing State Of Mind, LP, PL-1037. Extremely underpriced record. Fantastic music from the producers of the "African Dream" project!
The music on the Field's third album may be still be built from loops, but Axel Willner has never orchestrated so many of them so artfully. His dense and infinitely listenable soundscapes put his acolytes to shame. The title of the Field's third album, Looping State of Mind, might have you thinking that producer Axel Willner is getting back to basics. Especially after he strayed, with only intermittent success, from his instantly recognizable template on his 2009 sophomore record, Yesterday and Today. After all, at its simplest, techno is music that can be built with just a few loops. True, there are still tracks, like "It's Up There", that recall Willner's best-loved stuff, but even they feel richer, like the early Field in 3D and high-def. Arpeggiated Love" is on the one hand a dead-ringer for the propulsive, ecstatic sound-wash of From Here We Go Sublime.
If you can't tell by the horribly obvious title, Looping State of Mind is designed as a return to The Field's roots-and in many ways, that shift is enough to make it a step up from Willner's last effort.
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|PTR018||Light It Up||State Of Mind (7")||Powertrip Records||PTR018||Germany||2011|
|PTR 018||Light It Up||State Of Mind (blue) (7", Blu)||Powertrip Records||PTR 018||Germany||2011|