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I Want To Know - Living Colour - Vivid (Cassette, Album)

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  1. I Want to Know Lyrics: Hey kids / Let's go! / Baby, you stole my heart / I don't know what to do / Got one problem on my mind / Do you feel the way I do? / I wanna know / Give me a sign, girl.
  2. In , few heavy metal bands were comprised of all black members, and fewer had the talent or know-how to inject different musical forms into their hard rock sound (funk, punk, alternative, jazz, soul, rap) -- but N.Y.C.'s Living Colour proved to be an exception. Unlike nearly all of the era's metal bands, the group's music has held up over time, thanks to its originality and execution.
  3. "Ology". The album ends with a six-minute long moody track. Overall, "Time"s Up" is a diverse hard rock album. Though the album wasn't as commercially successful as "Vivid", it did reach gold status, peaked at #13 on the Billboard charts and won a Grammy for best hard rock album of the year in Living Colour - Stain (Epic) 1.
  4. living colour - I Want to Know - Vivid by ByranBig. Living colour Middle man by Harris. living colour - Desperate People - Vivid by ByranBig.
  5. Vivid is Living Colour's debut album, which was released on May 3, The band was discovered by Mick Jagger while playing a show at the legendary punk club CBGB's in read more.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the ∆, Beige, Dolby System Cassette release of Vivid on Discogs. Label: Epic - FET ,Epic - ET • Format: Cassette Album ∆, Beige, Dolby System • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Funk Metal, Hard Rock/5(17).
  7. Vivid is a funk metal music album recording by LIVING COLOUR released in on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
  8. Nov 19,  · Led by guitarist Vernon Reid, a jazz player, funk giant and shredder, and fronted by Corey Glover, Living Colour made an immediate splash with their debut album Vivid. Part of this was due to their fluorescent trousers, but the rest was down to massive songs such as Cult Of Personality and the pop anthem Glamour Boys.

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