Traveller is a concept album by the American folk/power metal band The Lord Weird Slough Feg. The album is based on Game Designers' Workshop's 1977 science fiction role-playing game, Traveller. The Spinward Marches" (1:22). High Passage/Low Passage" (3:42). Asteroid Belts" (2:22). Professor's Theme" (2:50). Vargr Theme/Confrontation (Genetic Prophesy)" (6:10). Baltech's Lament" (4:12). Curse of Humaniti" (2:26).
Traveller is the eighth studio album by Jørn Lande's solo project Jorn. The album was released on June 14, 2013 in Europe and June 11, 2013 in North America. It is characterized by its heavy yet melodic sound. The album lyrics primarily center around the themes of life and death. Former guitarist Tore Moren and bassist Nic Angileri left the band after the previous album, Bring Heavy Rock to the Land, to pursue solo careers
Hard Rock Danny Vaughn. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen11. 5. That's What She Says. 6. The Touch of Your Hand. 8. The Warriors Way. 9. The Measure of a Man. 10. Think of Me in the Fall. 11. Death of the Tiger. 12. Better by Far. Dieses Alben kaufen.
Power Brake Power Steering Conversions, Lift kits, Fabritech Solid Axle Swaps, New Sheet Metal & Trim.
Traveller is the debut studio album by American country music artist Chris Stapleton. The album was produced by Dave Cobb and Stapleton, and was released on May 5, 2015, through Mercury Nashville. Described by music critics as an old-school country, Southern rock record, Traveller received critical acclaim and earned Stapleton several awards. It was named Album of the Year at the 2015 Country Music Association Awards. We flew out to Phoenix and drove it all the way back to Nashville through the desert. I thought a lot about music and my dad, and the things that he would have liked that I should be doing. Out of that, I actually wrote the song 'Traveller' driving down Interstate 40 through New Mexico. That became the cornerstone for the record and wound up being the title track. Stapleton speaking about his inspiration for the album during an interview with Billboard.
3. The Second Try. 05:15.
White Bronco opens with Dr. Kimble and a sleazy, guitar-wrestling beat from one of Bronson’s longtime cohorts, Harry Fraud. Bronson’s flow is silky and laid-back, with little pizzazz to the lines: I cop cars and crash ’em/Next day the same thing/Next day Beijing. Bronson might be jetting around the world, but the details of the itinerary are less evocative than when he was dropping by neighborhood delis and dropping hometown lines: Straight from Flushing/Where the birds are hanging dead in the window. Party Supplies’ beats have a scuzzy immediacy, as if he’s just stumbled across something to sample and is in thrall to that feeling of discovery.