Offspring, The - I'll Be Waiting / Blackball mp3 album
Title: I'll Be Waiting / Blackball
Date of release: 1986
Size MP3: 1301 mb
Size FLAC: 1901 mb
Format: VOX MP4 MOD DMF AHX VOC ASF
I'll Be Waiting" is the first single by punk rock band The Offspring released in 1986. A re-recorded version of the song appeared on their self-titled debut album, which was released three years later. It was the band's first official release, and is the only single issued by the band with original drummer James Lilja. Several versions of "I'll Be Waiting" were released. One was released in 1986 as a 7" single, with "Blackball" as the b-side, and was the band's first official release
Produced by Thom Wilson. In this world of hate and shallowness Where enemies become your consolation And those of us who win the game Give up their minds I don't call that winning Say this doesn't apply to you But ask yourself first What have I done today to win the game And just what have I sacrificed . 11. Kill the President.
The Offspring is the eponymous debut studio album by American punk rock band the Offspring, released on June 15, 1989 by Nemesis Records. After years of discontinued print, the album was re-released by Nitro and Epitaph Records in 1995 with a different album cover. Both the re-releases on the two respective labels are nearly identical. The Offspring has rarely played any songs from this album live.
Band Name The Offspring. Album Name I'll Be Waiting. Data de lançamento 1986. Labels Black Label Records. Produced by Dexter Holland. Estilo de MúsicaPunk-Rock. Membros têm este álbum1.
sort by album sort by song. album: "The Offspring" (1989). Jennifer Lost The War Elders Out On Patrol Crossroads Demons Beheaded Tehran A Thousand Days Blackball I'll Be Waiting Kill The President. album: "Ignition" (1992). Session We Are One Kick Him When He's Down Take It Like A Man Get It Right Dirty Magic Hypodermic Burn It Up No Hero . Nothing From Something Forever And A Day. album: "Smash" (1994)
The Offspring's self-titled debut album is a rawer, harder-edged collection than their breakthrough set, Smash, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's a better record. Although it makes a more convincing argument for the band's punk credibility - the record lacks the metal guitar crunch that dominated Smash - The Offspring doesn't have any songs driven by hooks as catchy as "Keep 'Em Separated" or "Self Esteem," nor does it have the consistency of Smash .
The Offspring" is the debut studio album by American punk rock band The Offspring. The band also re-recorded the tracks "Blackball" and "I'll Be Waiting," which were originally released on a 7" double A-side vinyl record which was distributed by the band itself under the fictitious Black Label Records. The tracks were added to the album, so that it would not just be a 20+ minute mini-album.