|1||Prince Is Dead||3:21|
|2||Love Is Alive||5:55|
|3||Requiem For A Prince||2:44|
|none||Shawn Smith||Requiem For A Prince (3xFile, AIFF, EP)||Not On Label (Shawn Smith Self-released)||none||US||2016|
He was born in Spokane, Washington. Smith has cited Freddie Mercury, Prince and KISS as early influences. Other influences he has noted are Steven Tyler, Bon Scott, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, Andy Wood and Chris Cornell. In 2005, Smith unveiled a musical project called "The Diamond Hand" involving many musicians. He also has worked with Thaddeus Turner (formerly of Maktub and many other projects including Brad) under the name Forever Breakers. SKELETON KEYS - A Collection of Home Recordings And Non-Album Tracks 1989-2003 - Volumes 1-7 (2011). Grass and Sky EP (2013). Kid Bakersfield (2013).
Requiem for a Heavyweight was a teleplay written by Rod Serling and produced for the live television show Playhouse 90 on 11 October 1956. Six years later, it was adapted as a 1962 feature film starring Anthony Quinn, Jackie Gleason and Mickey Rooney. The teleplay won a Peabody Award, the first given to an individual script in television, and helped establish Serling's reputation.
For You is the debut studio album by American recording artist Prince. It was released by Warner Bros. Records on April 7, 1978. Prince started recording in September 1977 at Sound 80 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he had previously made a demo. Friend and producer David Rivkin (later known as David Z) provided advice and engineering assistance.
Requiem for a Dream is a 2000 American psychological drama film directed by Darren Aronofsky and starring Ellen Burstyn, Jared Leto, Jennifer Connelly, and Marlon Wayans. The film is based on the novel of the same name by Hubert Selby J. with whom Aronofsky wrote the screenplay. The film depicts four characters affected by drug addiction. Their addictions cause them to become imprisoned in a world of delusion and reckless desperation
lti-instrumentalist (and admitted Prince disciple) Shawn Smith is probably best-known among Pearl Jam fans, since he's the frontman for PJ guitarist Stone Gossard's on-again, off-again side band, Brad. But in addition to Brad, Smith has been involved in several other projects since the early '90s, including launching a solo career just prior to the dawn of the new millennium. In 2002, Smith and Brad returned with their third album, Welcome to Discovery Park. Smith has also guested on recordings by other artists over the years, including the Afghan Whigs' Congregation and Black Love, Critters Buggin's Guest, Devilhead's Your Ice Cream's Dirty, and the Twilight Singers' Twilight.
Fittingly, their new album, Requiem For Hell, incorporates all of those conflicts into the one universal inevitability in life: Birth, and death. Requiem For Hell finds MONO returning to longtime friend and collaborator, Steve Albini (2004) and culminating with Hymn To Immortal Wind (2009). Frederick Jones This is there finest masterpiece. They are like a Davinci or Van Gogh. With each album they make it's like a new masterpiece is shown to the world. I think there is no one band out there like Mono.