I Want To Know - Living Colour - U.S.A. 1989/90 (CD)

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  1. Living Colour is an American rock band from New York City, formed in Stylistically, the band’s music is a creative fusion influenced by heavy metal, funk, jazz, hip hop, country, and.
  2. Living Colour is an American rock band from New York City, formed in The band currently consists of guitarist Vernon Reid, lead vocalist Corey Glover, drummer Will Calhoun and bassist Doug Wimbish, who replaced Muzz Skillings in Stylistically, their music is a creative fusion influenced by heavy metal, funk, jazz, hip hop, punk, and alternative rock.
  3. Listen to music you'll love! Create a custom radio station from your favorite songs by Living Colour on iHeartRadio.
  4. They released Stain in and disbanded in Like I said, I had no idea. To me, Living Color had vanished off the face of the earth after Time's Up. Surprise. Stain is a hodge-podge album much like the previous two efforts and that seemed to work for Living Color. Let's go down the tracks: Go Away - Wow! Is this a thrash album/5(73).
  5. I had this CD when it came out in '89, but ended up losing it to a raw deal the next year (had to sell off all of my CDs). I went without it for 23 years, always saying to myself, "Oh yeah, I need to get that Living Colour CD." Corey Glover can really belt out the tunes, and /5().
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  7. 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.
  8. All these years later it is still difficult for me to understand why Living Colour dropped off in popularity as fast as they did. “Times Up” was the follow up to their multi-platinum debut album “Vivid” and to my ears is the better album of the two, but it did not perform as well and the momentum seemed to slow down significantly for the band/5(75).

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