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PUS - A Life In Fear FLAC album

Performer: PUS
Genre: Rock
Title: A Life In Fear
Released: 1996
Style: Punk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1402 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1768 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1454 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 231

Living in Fear is the second and final studio album from the supergroup The Power Station, released in 1996. Although unconfirmed strong rumors state that the title of the album was inspired by John L. O'Connor. Also considered but not used was "Shakebox". In the pre-recording stage of the album, the band had the same lineup as for their previous album in 1985 (Robert Palmer, Andy Taylor, John Taylor and Tony Thompson), and all four musicians worked on the writing and arranging of the songs.

The Solitary Life Lyrics. Watch me, don’t follow me! I’m failing my family Becoming a tragedy! You can't stop this by any means! I won't give an apology! So watch me build tolerance! I don’t need any deliverance! As I recall it was unbearable It’s all in my head. We’ve already lost a significant amount of time You know I couldn’t fake this if I tried (I couldn’t fake this if I tried!) I realize that the single life, is not the average alibi! We’ve all been ready for the lonely life

Band Name Power Station. Album Name Living in Fear. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0. 3. She Can Rock It. 4. Power Trippin. 10. Love Conquers All. 11. Taxman.

Pergamum : Feel Life's Fear,álbum, crítica, lista de pistas, mp3, letras. Lista de Bandas Metalcore Pergamum Feel Life's Fear. adicionar as letras do álbum. adicionar uma crítica.

Fear of Life' finds Creative Adult peeling back some of their chaotic, fuzzed out psychdelia in favor of a newfound sense of melody. Creative Adult have announced they’ll be releasing their new album Fear of Life on August 5th through Run For Cover Records. Creative Adult’s sophomore full-length Fear of Life finds the band peeling back some of their chaotic, fuzzed out psychdelia in favor of a newfound sense of melody. Taking cues from The Cure and Oasis, jangly and melodic guitar lines weave their way through smoky, atmospheric west coast post punk.

Looking back, it seems fairly clear why the Power Station's long-awaited second album made little impression on a mass audience upon its release in 1996. Not because the group delivered a bad record, because Living in Fear finds the group at its sleekest, but because the timing was bad. While the record didn't make much of an impact - it went virtually unnoticed in America, gained some favorable attention in the mainstream, non-weekly British music press - they remarkably turned out a record that is a fitting sequel to their first album.

Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Fear Of A Black Planet (2014).

Living with GAD Is a Life of Constant, Irrational Fear. I spent a childhood in terror. I thought drug dealers were going to crawl up my two-story brick wall and kill me. I thought forgotten homework would end my entire school career. I wondered how I would live without him, losing myself in all the minute details of finding a job and a day care center, and cashing in the life insurance policy. Was there a life insurance policy? That’s not normal, my psychiatrist said when I told him these things.


A1 Governments Lie (Bullets Kill)
A2 Hey Mom, Where's My Skateboard Gone?
A3 Fuck Your Bullfighting
A4 Take A Bow
B1 Jaque Attack
B2 A Life In Fear
B3 Fox Hunting '96

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  • Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L-41088


  • Artwork By – Jason Measures
  • Bass – Nik*
  • Drums – Tom*
  • Guitar – Duds , Gary*
  • Vocals – Darren*, Nessa*


Recorded 30/3/96.

Comes in folded page cover with lyrics inside.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: KNR112-A L-41088
  • Matrix / Runout: KNR-112-B L-41088-X