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Various - Hard Pack - Shut Up And Listen - The Best Of 7Hard 2016 FLAC album

Performer: Various
Genre: Rock
Title: Hard Pack - Shut Up And Listen - The Best Of 7Hard 2016
Released: 2015
FLAC version ZIP size: 1347 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1877 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1589 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 676

It’s a hard sentiment to believe: the rapper’s debut mixtape is a poetic eulogy-for her granny, for a mentor, for victims of police brutality. But it also radiates warmth and optimism, full of rich instrumentation, cascading harmonies, finger snaps and baby coos. In the deluge of darkwave and post-punk that flooded Bandcamp in 2016, Jenny Besetzt stood out. Singer John Wollaber’s voice runs miles ahead of the sparse bass, guitar, and pulsating kick drum that chase it through the soundscapes of Authoress Speech and Black Is the Night. Hutchings-who grew up in Barbados and England-recorded the album in Johannesburg, South Africa over the course of a single day, with a septet of local musicians. The nine compositions blur the line between the music of various cultures: from Caribbean calypso to Nguni folk music to the flash of acid jazz.

These are the best of a challenging, rewarding, overall epic year. But the closer you listen, the more complicated the record becomes. While light in tone and sound, Coloring Book also touches on sin, veering track-to-track from God song to flawed human song. Chance parties All Night ; he deserves a Smoke Break ; he’s got No Problem threatening major labels. It’s hard to escape the gravity of an album that offers up an artist’s farewell. That task is even more difficult when the record includes a song entitled Lazarus, or a promotional video laden with sickbed imagery. But when listening to David Bowie’s final studio set, it’s important to avoid letting the singer’s death dominate your thoughts entirely-if only because Blackstar is so creatively alive.

The best moments on Jeffery come when Young Thug focuses on a hook and raps over an unconventional beat. 26. Jenny Hval – Blood Bitch. Menstruation, death and uncontained desire are among the preoccupations of Hval’s fourth album under her own name. Given the title and themes, Blood Bitch is less operatic than you might expect. Best of all is the lightness and nuance to Julia Cumming’s vocals – a quality that adds more texture and emotion than the dishevelled indie nonchalance of their predecessors.

Melodic Hard Rock band led by ex-SHY drummer Alan Kelly. 7HY -'I'll Survive' from the 'Stories We Tell' album. 13. Cool 7HY T-Shirts.

And on the rock side of things, there were a wide array of acts that delivered the music that put a stamp on 2016. What were the best rock albums of 2016? Scroll through the gallery above and get a look at the discs that helped to define the year that was. Also See Our 20 Best Metal Albums of 2016 Below: Categories: Galleries, Lists, Original Features, Rock.

Here are WhatCulture's best heavy releases of 2016: 20. Lost Society - Braindead. Beginning the cream of 2016's crop is Finnish thrashers Lost Society and their third album, Braindead. Musically, this was an immense record for the up-and-coming quartet, abandoning the "speed and thrash 24/7" approach of their previous two releases, making for something much more diverse. If the band continues in this direction for their next.

The album tells the tragic story of Cole's childhood friend, a young man whose stint as a drug dealer ultimately lead to his murder. The Texas native may listen to his critics, but even that won't stop Travis from being Travis. His empty and brittle framework is highlighted by up-and-coming star 21 Savage, whose rapping style rarely moves beyond a low growl; and, with the exception of love song "Feel It," never shows remorse or regret for the crimes he commits on record. Nihilistic" is an easy worldview to assign to hip-hop music that sees little hope in the world or in one's circumstances, but few artists reach Savage's level of joylessness.


1 Crimson Death Cannibal And Proud 4:02
2 Ghost Lights Of Desire 3:49
3 Acid Death Truth Revealed 3:23
4 Atomic Flower Ungrateful Sins 4:35
5 Brunhilde 2nd Class 3:49
6 Hellhead Hardpunk 2:53
7 Kaiju Tabula Rasa 3:42
8 Memento Infinity 5:22
9 Skullboogey The Wolves 4:04
10 Grey Attack Until I'll Die 4:51
11 Ember Sea Wild Hearted 4:15
12 Andreas Vockrodt Sergeant Tappers Amazing Box With Lullabies 4:19
13 Hear Me Loud The System 3:09
14 Nailgun Dark Asylum 4:48
15 Scavanger The Boss Hoss 4:53
16 The Fright This Love 3:40
17 Nikki Puppet Amazing Graze 3:35
18 Circus Of Fools Reinstate 4:03
19 Freedom And Pain Wheer Have You Left 4:55

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – 7Hard
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – 7Hard
  • Pressed By – EDC, Germany – 53871046


Released in a cardboard sleeve with German magazine "Legacy" issue #100 (January/February 2016).

Track 9 title is 'The Wolves' not 'Wolves' as shown on the cover.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (outer ring): 00095 53871 044 01 + 53871046
  • Matrix / Runout (inner ring): MADE IN GERMANY BY EDC B
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV27
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0122
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 18270