|2||Men Of The Law||2:07|
|5||Western Double Standards||2:50|
|6||Lifes Not A Privilege||2:31|
|12||Signing Up To Sin||2:52|
|13||Zombie Jail Break||2:17|
|HAUS 068||The Filaments||...What's Next (LP, Album, Cle)||Household Name Records||HAUS 068||UK||2004|
Punk-Rock The Filaments. Band Name The Filaments. Album Name Whats Next? Type Album. Лейблы Household Name Records.
Each month, the Genius Community collaborates on a comprehensive calendar of every new EP, mixtape, and album dropping throughout the month. July’s release calendar features projects like Dreamville Records’s Revenge of the Dreamers III, Machine Gun Kelly’s Hotel Diablo, and E-40’s Practice Makes Paper.
Next Album is an album by jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins, his first to be released on the Milestone label, featuring performances by Rollins with George Cables, Jack DeJohnette, Bob Cranshaw and Arthur Jenkins.
Wonder What's Next is the second studio album by American rock band Chevelle, released on October 8, 2002 by Epic Records. Spawning the singles "The Red" and "Send the Pain Below", it proved to be Chevelle's breakthrough album, landing them high-profile tour slots including the main stage of Ozzfest 2003. Having sold over one million copies, Wonder What's Next remains the band's most successful album.
What's Next is an album by Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush, released in 1980, under Columbia Records. All songs by Frank Marino, except "Roadhouse Blues" written by Jim Morrison, Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek, John Densmore; "Mona" written by Bo Diddley; "Rock Me Baby" written by . Something's Coming Our Way" - 6:42. Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame" - 4:03.
If there's one positive remark to be made about What's Next to the Moon, it's that it sheds revelatory light on the subjective nature of lyrics. Yet, that might be the only truly positive remark this album deserves. Sure, Kozelek's voice is still smooth and sad, and his guitarwork is still deft, yet modest. But these are standard factory settings. Once again, he's made music that just about everyone would describe as "pleasant. Except, that is, for die-hard AC/DC fans, who would most certainly be appalled at what Kozelek has done to their sex anthems.
While a standard greatest hits without anything new might be issued, what the contract says and what the artist wants - or will do - may make for a complicated imbroglio, those execs say. When things are amiable between an artist and their former record company, the label would work with the artist on selecting the tracks for the album. would also help promote the album, like maybe agree to do a couple of interviews," says a marketing executive