We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of Ourselves is the third album by American lo-fi musician John Maus, released on June 27, 2011. Its title is derived from French philosopher Alain Badiou's "Fifteen Theses on Contemporary Art". Three singles were issued from the album: "Quantum Leap", "Believer" and "Hey Moon".
The song was to be on Busta Rhymes's eighth studio album Back on My . but was then cancelled off the track list because the album was released on a different label as "We Made It" was Busta Rhymes's last song on Interscope. The song was released on April 29, 2008.
Extinction Level Event): The Final World Front is the third studio album by American rapper Busta Rhymes. The album was released on December 15, 1998 by Flipmode and Elektra Records in North America. The album follows the apocalypse theme that was explored by Rhymes in his first two studio albums, The Coming (1996) and When Disaster Strikes (1997). Musically, the album is composed of East Coast, West Coast, horrorcore, and hardcore hip hop music.
In futures studies, human extinction is the hypothetical end of the human species. This may result from natural causes or it may be the result of human action.
The Stories We Tell Ourselves is the fifth studio album by the American rock band Nothing More, which was released on September 15, 2017. It is the band's second album to be released on the Eleven Seven Music record label. The album's first single, "Go to War", topped the Billboard US Mainstream Rock Songs chart in November 2017. The band received three Grammy Award nominations related to the album; Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song for "Go to War", and Best Rock Album for the album itself.
Strangers to Ourselves is the sixth album by American alternative rock band Modest Mouse, which was released on March 17, 2015, two weeks after its initially announced release date of March 3. The album was leaked to the internet on March 7, 2015.
The one oddity about The Stories We Tell Ourselves comes toward the second half. The instrumental interlude of "Accept, Disconnect" leads into heaviness for sure in the fist-pumping "Go to War," but the following songs are where the true growth of Nothing More comes to the forefront. Just Say When" is one of the most beautiful paeans to a broken relationship not just by Nothing More, but ever. And for anyone who has ever had absentee father issues, "Fade In, Fade Out" will absolutely break your heart.
News Added Jun 02, 2017 The Stories We Tell Ourselves is the upcoming sixth studio album by the American alternative metal band Nothing More. The album is scheduled for a 2017 release and is the follow up to their 2013/2014 self-titled release. Submitted By Ultimate Nexus.