Stone is the debut album from Finnish thrash metal band Stone. It was originally released in 1988, and remastered and re-issued in 2003. It was re-released again in 2009, bundled with No Anaesthesia! in a 2 CD set. Several singles were released from the album. On the 2003 re-release, "The Final Cuntdown" is re-titled "The Final Countdown" (the correct title of the song). It is a parody cover of the Europe song "The Final Countdown".
The Rolling Stone Album Guide.
Culture’s legendary Two Sevens Clash (Shanachie) was Reggae Album of the Year in 1977 and is acknowledged by Rolling Stone Magazine (April 11, 2002) as of the 50 all time coolest records (the only reggae album to make the list). Culture’s music, featuring the shining lead vocals of Joseph Hill, is solidly roots, perfectly executed and delivered with genuine emotional fervor.
Hearts of Stone is the third album by New Jersey rock band Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, released in 1978. The album was written and recorded in collaboration with E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt, as well as Bruce Springsteen. Hearts of Stone has been called "the best album Bruce Springsteen never recorded", which is not quite accurate
Black Midi Create Cathartic Experimental Rock on their Debut ‘Schlagenheim’. Hyped UK band takes bracing noise in fascinating new directions. The rstar detours from country-rap to rap-rock. Hot Chip Dive Deep Into Dancefloor Bliss on ‘A Bathful of Ecstasy’. The band's seventh is hedonistic and philosophical at the same time.
Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The Stone Roses. Debut album, subsequently reissued in deluxe expanded and digitally remastered formats for the album's 20th anniversary in 2009. The first US and Canadian versions of the album in 1989 also included the non-album UK single "Elephant Stone", and subsequent reissues added the full length version of non-album UK single "Fools Gold".
Stone is the debut album from Finnish thrash metal band Stone. It can be found on their 2009 covers album Skeletons in the Closet and as a bonus track on some versions of their 1998 album Hatebreeder. Three singles were released in support of the album: "Real Delusion"/"Day of Death" (1987).
About the upcoming Blazon Stone album.
The "Rolling Stone Album Guide" may be ok for the casual fan, but for the rest of us, this is not good enough (even though many of us will purchase it anyway or have purchased it already, like myself). 5 people found this helpful. In that respect, the RS Album Guide comes out a winner.