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It's Immaterial - Life's Hard And Then You Die flac album

It's Immaterial - Life's Hard And Then You Die flac album
Title:
Life's Hard And Then You Die
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Alternative Rock, Folk Rock, Pop Rock, Downtempo, Synth-pop
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1232 mb
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Rating:
4.7 ✪

Washing the Air Lyrics. About Life's Hard and Then You Die. Life's Hard and Then You Die Q&A. More It's Immaterial albums.

It's hard to feel alive It's easy to wanna die It's hard to look at my reflection Easy to grip that Smith N' Wesson Easy to fuck that bitch, no question Easy to get my dick hard It's easy to get real pissed off It's hard to quit my day job It's easy to. pop pills, get meals Get fucked up tucked under covers Never leaving my dojo where I stay solo Where I feel safest and I'm less anxious Begging for someone to save me 'Cause most of the homies around me forsake me, lately Creepin' on me when the sun go down, so shaded No surprise it do. .

It's Hard is the tenth studio album by English rock band the Who. Released on 4 September 1982, it was their last album until 2006's Endless Wire, and therefore the last to feature bassist John Entwistle, who died in 2002. It was also the final Who album with drummer Kenney Jones, as well as the last to be released on Warner Bros. Records in the US. It was released on Polydor Records in the UK, peaking at No. 11, and on Warner Bros.

Life’s a bitch and then you die is pretty straightforward. Life is anything but fair for everyone, in different ways. Struggling through different adversities throughout the majority of your life, you reach the end(death), and that is it. The other lyrics help to give more meaning to the specific lyric in the song you were asking about. That’s why we get high/puff lye refers to using Marijuana to deal with the fact that life sometimes sucks. For many people, life sucks every single day, so in a more broad sense the high referred to in the song could be anything from alcohol after a long.

Their first for Ghostly, It’s Immaterial follows up their EP Weight Against the Door (Hardly Art) and highly acclaimed debut full-length A Different Arrangement (Hardly Art). Still featuring Chris Stewart at the helm along with select collaborators as supplementation, the project's recent shift in locale from East Coast to West Coast lends a great deal to the overall feel of the new album: the light and dark elements of shadows, the salt and sting of evening’s high tide sea spray, a beautiful thing left on a shelf too high to maintain  .

Life sucks, then you di. ut first life rapes you up the ass and slits your throat and leaves you to di. hen a gang comes along and beats the fuck out of you and takes your wallet. Then you get ran over repeatedly by a garbage truck. Then liberals tell you to be more sensitive life sucks and then you die. is a motherfucker motherfucker is a bitch and definately not a beach happens and it hurts someone kicks you in the balls they shove a dog doo snocone in your other eye.

Band Name The Bushmen. Album Name Life's Hard then we Die. Type Album. Data de aparición 1998. Labels Lollipop Records. Estilo MusicalPunk-Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0. Just Gas Oil. Charlie Pays No More.

It’s fitting that It’s Hard is a great record because, given the inverted world of Pete Townshend‘s mind, it’s what you were least expecting. The measure of worth of a Who album is the passion that Pete Townshend brings to it, and whether that passion translates into songs from which a group voice can emerge, so that it makes sense for the Who to be playing them. That hadn’t been the case in too long a time. Why, then, dig in with the Who all over again? Curiously, it partly has to do with the fact that Townshend must concede some of his freedom to the group process. As he put it in a recent interview: . the Who provide me with a platform and a set of restrictions, constraints and limitations that are important. It must seem especially ironic to Townshend that this is true of the band that sang hope I die before I get old back in 1965, but there you go: always the group that delivers the unexpected.

I don’t want my freedom There’s no reason for living with a broken heart. This is a tricky situation I’ve only got myself to blame It’s just a simple fact of life It can happen to anyone. You win – you lose It’s a chance you have to take with love Oh yeah – I fell in love And now you say it’s over and I’m falling apart. It’s a hard life To be true lovers together To love and live forever in each others hearts It’s a long hard fight To learn to care for each other To trust in one another right from the start When you’re in love. I try and mend the broken pieces I try to fight.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Driving Away From Home (Jim's Tune) 4:12
2 Happy Talk 5:29
3 Rope 3:36
4 The Better Idea 5:41
5 Space 3:57
6 The Sweet Life 4:39
7 Festival Time
Written-By – Trad.*
3:52
8 Ed's Funky Diner 3:08
9 Hang On Sleepy Town 4:21
10 Lullaby 6:23
Bonus Tracks
11 Washing The Air 5:29
12 Ed's Funky Diner (The Keinholz Caper) 5:53
13 Driving Away From Home (I Mean After All It's Only 'Dead Man's Curve') 6:30

Credits

  • Engineer – Felix Kendall
  • Producer – David Bascombe
  • Written-By – Jarvis Whitehead, John Campbell

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SIREN LP4 It's Immaterial Life's Hard And Then You Die ‎(LP, Album, Ltd) Siren SIREN LP4 UK 1986
VG 50216, SIREN LP 4 It's Immaterial Life's Hard And Then You Die ‎(LP, Album) Virgin, Siren VG 50216, SIREN LP 4 Greece 1986
CD 5159 It's Immaterial Life's Hard And Then You Die ‎(CD, Album) A&M Records CD 5159 US 1986
SP6-5159 It's Immaterial Life's Hard And Then You Die ‎(LP) A&M Records SP6-5159 US 1986
207 881, 207 881-630 It's Immaterial Life's Hard And Then You Die ‎(LP, Album) Virgin, Siren 207 881, 207 881-630 Europe 1986

Tracklist

1 Driving Away From Home (Jim's Tune) 4:12
2 Happy Talk 5:29
3 Rope 3:37
4 The Better Idea 5:42
5 Space 3:59
6 The Sweet Life 4:38
7 Festival Time 3:52
8 Ed's Funky Diner 3:05
9 Hang On Sleepy Town 4:20
10 Lullaby 6:21
11 Washing The Air 5:29
12 Ed's Funky Diner (The Keinholz Caper) 5:53
13 Driving Away From Home (I Mean After All It's Only 'Dead Man's Curve') 6:30

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Siren Records Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Essential Productions
  • Copyright (c) – Siren Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Essential Productions
  • Published By – Virgin Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Warner Bros. Music Ltd.

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design – It's Immaterial, Red Ranch
  • Artwork [Special Photographic Treatment (Clown)] – Tansy Spinks
  • Engineer – Felix Kendall
  • Performer [It's Immaterial Accompliced By] – Brenda Kenny, Gillian Miller, Henry Priestman, Merran Laginestra*, Roddy Lorimer, Steve Wickham, Tarrant Bailey Jr., The Christians
  • Photography By [It's Immaterial] – Alastair Thain
  • Producer – Dave Bascombe*
  • Written-By – Whitehead*, Campbell*, Trad.* (tracks: 7)

Notes

℗ & © 1986 Siren Records Ltd. / Essential Productions.

Backcover reads: "At last the first ESSENT!AL album"
Tracks 11 to 13 are bonus tracks for the CD -
in booklet mentioned as "bonus remixed".

Issued in a standard jewel case with an 8-page booklet.
Total playing time 63:19.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 012983 500427
  • Matrix / Runout: SIREN CD 4 2896 545 01 ✽ K

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SIREN LP4 It's Immaterial Life's Hard And Then You Die ‎(LP, Album, Ltd) Siren SIREN LP4 UK 1986
VG 50216, SIREN LP 4 It's Immaterial Life's Hard And Then You Die ‎(LP, Album) Virgin, Siren VG 50216, SIREN LP 4 Greece 1986
CDSRN 4, 0777 7 87310 2 3 It's Immaterial Life's Hard And Then You Die ‎(CD, Album) Virgin, Virgin CDSRN 4, 0777 7 87310 2 3 Netherlands 1986
CD 5159 It's Immaterial Life's Hard And Then You Die ‎(CD, Album) A&M Records CD 5159 US 1986
SP6-5159 It's Immaterial Life's Hard And Then You Die ‎(LP) A&M Records SP6-5159 US 1986


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