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Bad Livers - Blood & Mood album

Bad Livers - Blood & Mood album
Performer: Bad Livers
Title: Blood & Mood
Released: 2000
Country: US
Style: Alternative Rock, Experimental
Genre: Rock / Blues / Country - World
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 863
Formats: VQF DXD MP1 FLAC VOC ADX VOX
MP3 size: 1675 mb
FLAC size: 1214 mb

Tracklist

Fist Magnet 3:55
I'm Losing 4:40
Little Bitty Town 4:45
Looky Here 3:28
Love Songs Suck 3:04
The Legend Of Sawdust Boogers 4:54
Death Trip 4:27
One More Night In A Hotel 3:04
New York City 4:27
Man Vs. Fate -2 Out Of 3 Falls, 10 Round Limit 5:02

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SUG-CD-3905 Bad Livers Blood & Mood ‎(CD, Album) Sugar Hill Records SUG-CD-3905 US 2000
SUG-CD-3905 Bad Livers Blood & Mood ‎(CD, Album, Club) Sugar Hill Records SUG-CD-3905 US 2000
none Bad Livers Blood & Mood ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Sugar Hill Records none US 2000

BPM Profile Blood & Mood. Album starts at 176BPM, ends at BPM (-176), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Bad Livers. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.

Never a band to be comfortable in a single category, on Blood & Mood the Bad Livers are even more perverse than usual - any illusions of bluegrass traditionalism that might have remained from their earlier work are here blown apart by found-sound sampling ("Looky Here"), East European time signatures ("New York City"), and flat-out punk aggression ("I'm Losing").

Blood & Mood (Bad Livers album). History has seen some unusual musical hybrids. Western Swing (country and jazz), Zydeco (Cajun folk and blues), and Third Stream (jazz and classical) are among those that have been both. From: Bad Livers - Blood & Mood in Encyclopedia of Popular Music . Subjects: Music. Related content in Oxford Reference. Bad Livers - Blood & Mood. in Encyclopedia of Popular Music (4) Length: 155 words.

The Bad Livers' final album, Blood and Mood, was released in February 2000 and featured, as The Austin Chronicle noted with astonishment: "Electric punk rock, sample-based tunes with drum tracks, and a shocking scarcity of juiced-up banjo playing". The Independent named it "the leftfield album of the week" and found that it "brims with enthusiastic ideas", while The Washington. Post was puzzled but invigorated by a live show supporting the album, concluding that it had been "Fascinating.

Bad Mood was the second album by musician Lonnie Gordon. It was released in 1993 on SBK/EMI Records. The album is her most commercially successful to date. It was produced primarily by the group Black Box. The album includes the hit singles "Gonna Catch You" (originally released in 1991), "Happening All Over Again" (a 1993 remix of her 1990 hit), "Bad Mood" and "Do You Want It?". It includes covers of Gloria Gaynor's hit "I Will Survive" and Donny Hathaway's "Little Ghetto Boy".

The Bad Livers moved to the North Carolina-based Sugar Hill label for Hogs on the Highway (1997) and 1998's Industry and Thrift, the latter album produced by longtime Texas music gadfly Lloyd Maines. Each subsequent release broadened the trio's musical range, and Blood and Mood, which appeared in early 2000, was an unclassifiable mixture of bluegrass, punk, sampling of various kinds, and other electronic techniques

15 tracks · 18 February 1997.

Bad Livers and Danny Barnes. Looky Here," the album's fourth track, is the deconstruction of everything that Danny Barnes and Mark Rubin have done before. Set against a basic drum track, muffled voices, and various blips and beeps, a slow banjo melody caves in on itself and melds into the samples, thereafter replaced by a dissonant, distorted electric guitar solo that also ends up bleeding into the larger, plodding soundscape.

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