Clawfinger - Little Baby flac album
Title: Little Baby
Style: Industrial, Nu Metal
MP3 album: 1804 mb
FLAC album: 1301 mb
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Life Will Kill You is Clawfinger's seventh studio album, released on 27 July 2007 through Nuclear Blast label. It was recorded by Clawfinger in Fear And Loathing Studios Spånga - Sweden, by themselves. The record is the last album released by the band before their breakup in mid-2013. The Price We Pay" – 3:34. Life Will Kill You" – 3:34. None the Wiser" - 4:38. The Cure & The Poison" - 5:53. Where Can We Go From Here?" - 4:05.
Their self-titled album Clawfinger was released in 1997. The first song on the album is "Two Sides", which expanded the band's reach by using female choir vocals and a Middle Eastern sound. The rest of the album continues with the band's typical aggressive voice and socio-political lyrics. They released three singles and two videos (Biggest & the Best and Two Sides). It has spawned three singles: "Prisoners", "The Price We Pay", and "Little Baby". Disbandment and reunions. Clawfinger had been working on a re-recording of their debut album Deaf Dumb Blind. The plan was to re-record all the album's songs, additionally featuring guest musicians
Concieved in 1990, and realized in 1993 with the album "Deaf Dumb Blind".
Band Name Clawfinger. Album Name Clawfinger. Erscheinungsdatum 29 September 1997. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen90. 2. Hold Your Head Up.
Little Baby is a single from Life Will Kill You, the seventh album of Clawfinger. On September 14th it was released as a charity download single and sponsored the organization "Hansel And Gretel", which is dealing with the topic of child abuse. Little Babies) Dig Me Out is the third album by punk group Sleater-Kinney. Marlene Goldman, in Rolling Stone, has described it as the album that, "defined the band's sound.
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- Mixed By – Jocke Skog
- Vocals – Zak Tell
- Written By, Recorded By, Producer – Clawfinger