Billy Vincent - Stay On Course, No Remorse FLAC album
Title: Stay On Course, No Remorse
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1 Young Hearts 2 On The Five String 3 In My Pocket 4 Destiny Arrested 5 Fireworks 6 Leaving Rose 7 The Old Lamar Oak 8 The Bartender's Bucket 9 Wrong Side Of The Glass 10 Truly.
No Remorse is a compilation album by the band Motörhead, released 15 September 1984, covering their years under contract with Bronze Records and including four newly recorded tracks. This is the last album the band made for Bronze Records, and the first to feature the new and consistent line-up of Lemmy, Phil Campbell, Würzel, and the short lived involvement of Pete Gill on drums.
Many of the band's best songs to date are here, like "Ace of Spades," "Stay Clean," "Overkill," "Bomber," and "Iron Fist. There are also four new recordings that were cut exclusively for No Remorse: "Killed by Death," "Snaggletooth," "Steal Your Face," and "Locomotive. These new recordings make No Remorse more than a standard greatest-hits package, as do the number of stray recordings compiled here as well. For starters, No Remorse rounds up "Please Don't Touch" and "Emergency," which were released on a 1981 split EP with Girlschool, St. Valentines Day Massacre.
Jack is getting suspicious. Billy won’t think that’s what Phyllis really wants. They’ll drop down on the staircase and kiss passionately. Meanwhile, Mariah (Camryn Grimes) will give Kevin (Greg Rikaart) back her key despite his protests. He’ll seem bummed about it, but he’ll shift his focus to Passkey. Y&R spoilers say Max will come out of a counseling session and the doctor will admit that the boy shows no real remorse. It would be too dangerous for Max to go home. Stitch will give his son updates on the doctor’s decision.
An amazing album, and definitely his best album. Billy joel literally became famous with this album. From up-beat songs like "Worst comes to worst", and "Ain't no crime", to Billy Joel classics like "The Ballad Of Billy The Kid", "Captain Jack", and of course, his greatest song of all time, "Piano Man". Billy Joel wrote this album when he was down on his luck, and working at a piano bar. He changed his career with this album. Deserves spot for sure! A top three: Piano man, The Stranger, and 52nd Street.
|2||On The Five String|
|3||In My Pocket|
|7||The Old Lamar Oak|
|8||The Bartender's Bucket|
|9||Wrong Side Of The Glass|
NotesLimited Edition CD (100 Copies)
Self Release Promo Session
(c) Billy Vincent