Rob Varga, Jim Pruid - Stolen Base flac album
Title: Stolen Base
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Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock are an American hip hop duo from Harlem, New York who were best known for their hit "It Takes Two", a single that was a top 40 hit and has been certified platinum by the RIAA. That song was a part of the duo's album of the same name, which also has been certified platinum. They are also known for being pioneers of the crossover success that rap music would have in the popular music mainstream.
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It Takes Two is the debut album released by hip hop duo Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock. It was released in 1988 for Profile Records and featured production from DJ E-Z Rock, Rob Base, David "DJ" Wynn, Donald "O" Bowden and Thomas Dean. Both the album and the title track/single were certified platinum by the RIAA on June 12, 1989 and December 28, 1989, respectively.
A stolen base most often occurs when a baserunner advances to the next base while the pitcher is pitching the ball to home plate. Successful base stealers are not only fast but have good baserunning instincts and timing.
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Following a tour to support the album, Metallica returned to the studio to finish the remaining tracks, which they released as Reload on November 18, 1997. Reload consisted of all the crappy songs," said James Hetfield in a 1997 interview. That's the obvious thing to think for the non-thinkers out there. We're friends with Jim Martin and he had a hurdy-gurdy at home. I played around with it for a while and I loved the way it sounded. He said we could use it so we added it to the song.
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Rob (. the action. Often used in the past as robbed: Donald robbed a total of five supermarkets before being caught by the police. Steal, Stolen (. the action of taking something specific. Steal is always used together with an object – the object that was taken. The thief stole a gold necklace from the woman’s bedroom. Wendy’s wallet was stolen on the subway. Jim was caught stealing money from his own company. Rachel tried to steal Carla’s boyfriend.