Hole - Live Through This FLAC album
Title: Live Through This
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Hole's "Live Through This" album, released in 1994 . Выбрать другой язык можно в списке ниже. You're viewing YouTube in Russian. You can change this preference below. Это видео содержит материалы, принадлежащие пользователю UMG.
Considered by many to be their magnum opus, Live Through This, Hole’s second studio album following Pretty On the Inside (1991), was met with much acclaim: critics praised Courtney Love’s crooning as she sings of life’s pressures and her own personal challenges. Many of her lyrics cover deeply-rooted emotions, spanning topics such as motherhood, depression, child abuse, and self-image, as well as her transcendence over her personal issues.
Violet" is a song by American alternative rock band Hole, written by vocalist and guitarist Courtney Love and guitarist Eric Erlandson. The song was written in mid-1991, and was performed live between 1991 and 1992 during Hole's earlier tours, eventually appearing as the opening track on the band's second studio album Live Through This (1994). The song was released as the group's seventh single and the third from that album on April 12, 1994 after Kristen Pfaff's death in June 1993.
Hole, ‘Live Through This’. On Hole's breakthrough album, Courtney Love wants to be "the girl with the most cake," and she spends the whole album paying for it, in the melodic punk-rock anguish of "Miss World," "Softer, Softest" and "Doll Parts. Her husband Kurt Cobain's body was found just days before the album was released.
Doll Parts" is a song by American alternative rock band Hole, written by vocalist and rhythm guitarist Courtney Love. The song was released as the band's sixth single and second from their second studio album, Live Through This, in November 1994 to accompany the band's North American tour. It was also the first single to be released following the death of bassist Kristen Pfaff in June 1994.
Album Name Live Through This. 版公司 Geffen DGC Records.
4/11/2014 by Kenneth Partridge. The first thing you need to know about Live Through This, Hole’s sophomore effort and major-label debut, is that the album arrived on April 12, 1994, four days after Kurt Cobain was found dead. That means none of these songs-all about fame and familial drama and even suicide-were written by a widowed woman.
Live Through This is the second studio album by American alternative rock band Hole. It was released by DGC Records on April 12, 1994, just one week after frontwoman Courtney Love's husband, Kurt Cobain, died in their home. It was Hole's only album to feature bassist Kristen Pfaff before her death in June 1994. Recorded in October 1993, the album marked a divergence from the band's unpolished hardcore aesthetics to more refined melodies and song structure, and features production by Sean Slade and Paul Q. Kolderie, with mixing by Scott Litt and J Mascis.
Live at the Continental Club Sonic Youth. Piece Of Cake Mudhoney. Live Through This (38:03). Ужасно Очень плохо Плохо Неплохо Почти хорошо Хорошо Очень хорошо Отлично Великолепно Превосходно.
|A4||Asking For It|
|B1||Credit In The Straight World|
|B3||She Walks On Me|
|B4||I Think That I Would Die|
- Mastered By – Bob Ludwig
- Mixed By – J Mascis, Scott Litt
- Producer – Paul Q. Kolderie, Sean Slade
- Vocals – Dana Kletter
- Written-By – Hole
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 20642 46314 7
|DGCD-24631||Hole||Live Through This (CD, Album)||DGC||DGCD-24631||US||1994|
|ALR181||Hole||Live Through This (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Always Records||ALR181||Russia||1995|
|GEC 24631||Hole||Live Through This (Cass, Album)||Geffen Records||GEC 24631||UK||1994|
|7243 8 39664 4 8||Hole||Live Through This (Cass, Album)||City Slang||7243 8 39664 4 8||Europe||1994|
|GED 24631||Hole||Live Through This (CD, Album)||Geffen Records||GED 24631||UK||Unknown|