Ness - Up Late With People album flac
- Album: Up Late With People
- FLAC: 1254 mb | MP3: 1250 mb
- Released: 2004
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 528
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|1||Where The People Kick It||4:56|
|6||Lightning Lights Up||6:53|
|7||Up Late With People||12:51|
- Bass – John San Juan
- Drums – Bill Swartz
- Engineer – Andy Gerber, Neal Ostrovsky
- Guitar – Rick Ness
- Keyboards – Phil Young
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 6 34479 08052 4
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In 1999, Ness released his first solo album, Cheating at Solitaire. Although some of Social Distortion's songs paid homage to country music artists, Cheating at Solitaire was an unalloyed expression of Ness' country influences. Solitaire included guest appearances by Bruce Springsteen, Brian Setzer, Billy Zoom and Josh Freese, as well as members of Royal Crown Revue. These efforts marked the first recordings with a line-up consisting of Ness on guitar and vocals, Wickersham replacing Danell on guitar, and Quintana on drums. It also consisted of a number of songs co-written by Ness and Wickersham. This is the first time Ness collaborated with another songwriter since his 1990 self-titled album, on which he and then bassist John Maurer wrote "So Far Away"
Mike Ness is a true rock ‘n’ roll survivor. He’s been the leader and one constant member in the seminal punk-rock band Social Distortion for nearly 40 years, and he’s still going strong at 56 years old. We caught up with the legendary frontman in his dressing room before Social D took the stage at a recent show in Port Chester, New York. While the Social D frontman was not at liberty to discuss the matter at the time of our interview, he did say that the headlines misrepresented the incident.
The album's controversial cover features 3 pieces of ripped paper featuring 1920's style gangster on the first piece with a tommy gun trying to break a door with his right foot. The second piece features an empty liquor bottle held in a drunk woman's hand. The final piece features a pin up putting on thigh high stockings. The pictures are drawn all in blue on a gray background. Many chain stores refused to sell the album in their stores because of the cover. All songs written by Mike Ness unless otherwise noted. So Far Away" (Maurer, Ness) – 3:37.
Where the People Kick It. Your browser does not support the audio element. Lightning Lights Up.
Moreover, most of the people who prefer staying late at night and are messy, have a higher IQ. For a long time, people believed that those who curse do not have a rich vocabulary. Nonetheless, psychologists Kristin Jay (Marist College) and Timothy Jay (College of Liberal Arts, Massachusetts) proved it to be wrong. One more study reveals that people who preferred staying late at night are more intelligent. Scientists revealed that people with less than 75 IQ measured in the childhood would go to bed at 23:42. 2). But, people with more than 125 IQ measured in childhood go to sleep at 00:29. The night owls are able to go to bed earlier, but they do not want to.
People Are People is a Depeche Mode compilation album released in North America by Sire Records on 2 July 1984. Sire sensed it needed a new approach in its release policy since the band's 1983 effort Construction Time Again had failed to chart in the US. Two of the nine tracks were new to the American audience: the latest single "People Are People" and "Now, This Is Fun", the B-side of the non-American 7" "See You"
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