These Future Kings - After This FLAC album
Title: After This
Style: Alternative Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1917 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1169 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1387 mb
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Members: Charles Caldas, Claudia White (2), Jennifer McCutchan, Mark Freeman (4), Nick Wilson (7), Perry White (2), Steve Johansen.
Heavy Metal Kings VS DJ Muggs was posted to be in the works by an associated producer on 2011, to this date this album has had no more updates or information released. It is not known if this album is still in the works. Solo albums/albums with brother Necro. Ill Bill is the Future was released in 2003 on Ill Bills label Uncle Howie Records and is a mix of pre released and new tracks with collaboration tracks with EI-P, The Beatnuts and Problemz. Ill Bill Is The Future 2: I'm A Goon was released in 2006 under Uncle Howie Records. The album featured mostly new tracks except for a few pre used La Coka Nostra Tracks and featured collaborations from artists such as Q-Unique, Raekwon, Sick Jacken, Block McCloud, MF Grimm and B-Real. Howie Made Me Do It" mixtapes.
Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future, James Blake. UMG (от лица компании "Black Panther (TDE/DMG) PS"); Broma 16, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor - SonyATV, SOLAR Music Rights Management, LatinAutor - UMPG, LatinAutor, BMI - Broadcast Music In. UBEM, Sony ATV Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing, AMRA, CMRRA, Warner Chappell" и другие авторские общества (16).
I think what sets this album apart from their previous releases is how haunting this can get. It's based on the chilling short story by . James called "Oh Whistle And I'll Come To You Lad". Simon the drummer states that the music here taps into a person's primoridal fear, especially the title track. This new album of The Future King of England is dedicated to the English writer Montague Rhodes James. As many of his early 20th century contemporaries, he dealt with ghost stories, artifacts, and supernatural phenomena. So, "Who Is This Who Is Coming?" is a concept album that deals with a chilling story and the music matches up amazingly well with the story. The concept of the story is about Mr. Parkins, a skeptical Cambridge professor who spends his holidays in the town of Burnstow, (a fictionalized version of Felixstowe in Suffolk), in a coastal hotel.
Future Kings of Spain were an Irish rock band formed in Dublin 2000 by Joey Wilson, Anton Hegarty and Bryan McMahon. The three had played together with ex-Spudgun guitarist Dave Layde in Mediumwave between 1996 and 1999. The band released two studio LPs Future Kings of Spain (2003) and Nervousystem (2007) and one EP Les Debemos (2004).
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Vocals – Charles CaldasWritten-By – C. Caldas*, P.A. White*
|A2||Cadillac Good Soul
Lyrics By – P.A. White*Music By – C. Caldas*
Lyrics By – P.A. White*Music By – C. Caldas*Vocals – Miriam Wilks, Perry A. White*
|B2||A Rumour Of Angels (Reprise)
Lyrics By – P.A. White*Music By – C. Caldas*, S. Johansen*
- Distributed By – Musicland Independent Distributors
- Recorded At – Aztec Studios
- Distributed By – The Cartel
- Arranged By – These Future Kings
- Artwork, Design – Russel Bradley
- Bass – Claudia White
- Drums – Mark Freeman
- Engineer, Producer – Russell Bourke, These Future Kings
- Guitar – Charles Caldas
- Photography By – Claudia White , Robert Earp
- Saxophone, Keyboards – Steven Johansen*
- Vocals, Guitar – Perry A. White*
NotesRecorded December 1985.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: MLRR 006A
- Barcode: MLRR 006B