|1||Take a Beating||4:14|
|2||Sun In My Eyes||3:23|
|3||String It Out||4:13|
|4||Ring Around My Room||2:15|
|8||Pictures Of Pictures||3:09|
|10||Days On Their Side||4:04|
|12||Die Here Tonight||3:45|
Artists Gina Villalobos Days on Their Side. Days on Their Side Gina Villalobos. This album has an average beat per minute of 130 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 96/186 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Days on Their Side. BPM Profile Days on Their Side. Album starts at 176BPM, ends at 126BPM (-50), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Gina Villalobos.
Release group by Gina Villalobos. US. Face West Records.
Biography by Mark Deming. Blessed with a voice that can sound tough and vulnerable at will and a gift for writing songs that mine rough-hewn beauty from life's tragedies, Gina Villalobos became one of the most acclaimed new artist. ead Full Biography.
GINA VILLALOBOS, some artists you listen to, some you feel. California Native, Gina Villalobos is an American rock, folk and alt country Singer and Songwriter. Villalobos became one of the most acclaimed new artists in the alternative country community with her breakthrough album, 2005’s Rock N Roll Pony when legendary BBC disc Jockey Bob Harris called it a contender for album of the year.
Listen to the biggest hits from Gina Villalobos, including Tied to My Side, You Don't Like Me, Can't Come Down, and more on Slacker Radio. Villalobos started playing guitar in high school, and after a brief stab at college, she decided to take a shot at a career in music after seeing a life-changing Rickie Lee Jones concert. Villalobos sang in a pair of rock bands that won some local buzz in southern California, Liquid Sunshine and the Mades, before striking out on her own as a solo artist in 2001. Villalobos released her first solo album, Beg from Me, in 2002, in which she allowed her expressive songwriting to come to the forefront for the first time.
Alcachofa is the first studio album released by Chilean-German producer Ricardo Villalobos on the German house label Playhouse on September 19, 2003. The album cemented Villalobos' place in the vanguards of microhouse and minimal techno.