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Extreme  - Waiting For The Punchline mp3 album Performer: Extreme
Title: Waiting For The Punchline
Style: Funk Metal, Hard Rock
Date of release: 1995
Size MP3: 1634 mb
Size FLAC: 1226 mb
Rating: 4.6
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Waiting for the Punchline is Extreme's fourth album, which was released in 1995. It is known by fans as a distinctively raw sounding record - especially when compared to the big production of the two previous albums - with a significant influence from grunge, while still showcasing guitarist Nuno Bettencourt's talents. Due to its lyrics focused heavily on social matters (ranging from religion to fame) it is often cited as a concept album.

Extreme - Waiting for the punchline - 1995 01. There is no God 0:00 02. Cynical 6:08 03. Tell me something i don´t Know 10:50 04. Hip today 17:15 05. Naked . .EXTREME - Waiting For The Punchline (1995) Full Album.

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I'm still waiting for the punchline And whoever said, the grass always grows Greener on the other side I'm still waiting for the punchline The good ol' days I was known to wear a smile Like all good things they've gone out of style I will admit, usually a quick with I found me amusing What used to be, no. longer are amusing Why did the chicken go across the road To get to the other side? I'm still waiting for the punchline And whoever said, the grass always grows Greener on the other side I'm still waiting for the punchline It's nothing that you said, no, no.

Extreme's third album was lost in the thunder of grunge, selling far below expectations. The group fought back with Waiting for the Punchline, blasting out at the new wave of hard rockers by saying they'll be "Hip Today" and, presumably, gone tomorrow. Such proclamations would carry greater weight if they were supported by music that didn't replicate the soft melodic crunch of '80s pop-metal. Nuno Bettencourt remains a stunningly accomplished guitarist, but as a composer he's stuck in an increasingly restrictive formula.

Waiting For The Punchline. Comes with addional japanese booklet with lyrics, OBI strip, and sticker. Rights Society: JASRAC. Extreme (2). Waiting For The Punchline ‎(CD, Album). Heavy Rock Extreme (USA). 队列表 Heavy Rock Extreme (USA) Waiting for the Punchline. Band Name Extreme (USA). Album Name Waiting for the Punchline. 作人 Nuno Duarte Gil Mendes Bettencourt. 制地 The Hit Factory Criteria Studios. Other productions from Extreme (USA). Waiting for the Punchline.

Extreme's fourth album suffers from being too long and too laidback for its own good, but it does have a few tricks up its sleeve, just as its three predecessors did. It's just that these "tricks" are too few and far between to call Waiting for the Punchline anything more than simply a good album. Considering everything, Waiting for the Punchline is decent for what it is. Maybe it's the fact that the album was so overshadowed by its ambitious predecessor III Sides to every Story, and because of that it should be listened to without even comparing the musicianship and quality to Extreme's earlier material. As well as this, Extreme's fourth album ended the first era of the band's musical career, before they would return in 2004 to eventually record Saudades de Rock.

All lyrics from Waiting For The Punchline album, popular Extreme songs with tracklist and information about album. Album Waiting For The Punchline (1995). Label A&M Records. Mike Mangini, Gary Cherone, Nuno Bettencourt, Pat Badger. Mike Mangini, Paul Geary.

Waiting for the Punchline is Extreme's fourth album, which was released in 1995. It was labeled as a "grunge" album, but despite stripped down production and frontman Gary Cherone's gruffer, less-tuneful delivery, it otherwise lacked significant deviation from Extreme's style on prior recordings. The band subsequently disbanded in 1996 after guitarist Nuno Bettencourt informed Extreme that he was leaving the band to pursue a solo career.