So Sadly Fucked - Self-Titled Debut album
Both released debut albums in 1999, and both topped the Billboard 200. The former, of course, was naughty schoolgirl Britney Spears, the figurehead of the teen-pop movement. The latter was Christina Aguilera, an artist who was never really equipped to compete with the day’s boy bands and pop tarts - not on their field of battle, anyway. Sure, teen-queen Christina sold truckloads of records - her self-titled debut yielded an astounding three No. 1 singles - but in those early years, she struggled to assert her personality. Released on August 25, 1999, Christina Aguilera is a mistitled album. It’s a solid set of Top 40 pop songs, and even its deep cuts remain quite listenable, but these dozen tracks tell us precious little about the girl on the cover. Must I pretend that I'm someone else for all time? Aguilera sings on track six, Reflection, a song she first recorded for the soundtrack to Disney’s Mulan.
On top, of that vocalist Janine Shilstone has written a track-by-track guide to each song on the album – scroll down to read. Listen to Vukovi below: Catch Vukovi live at the following: March
The self-titled debut album of the French band HER convinces with an intriguing sound, that keeps preying on my mind since the very first time listening to it. Victor Solf and Simon Carpentier, not only two band mates but friends as well, have created an incredible interesting piece of art merging dreamy newer wavepop with a jazz undercurrent, and capture the viewer´s imagination with seductive visuals. We choose The way we’ll be remembered is how the lately released track We Choose starts, which is also the final vocal performance of Simon, who sadly passed away in the past year.
Self-titled Debut - What, (Untitled), Options Never Quit and 15 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. From: So Sadly Fucked. Count: 15. Views: 2. Self-titled Debut tracks. Thousands of Bubbles.
The project features fellow rising South Florida rapper Smokepurpp, as well as big names like Chief Keef, Rick Ross, Gucci Mane and 2 Chainz. Bighead, Ronny J and 217 are among some of the producers on the LP, and producer/engineer CBMix, who was responsible for a bunch of songs on Sosa's Thot Breaker, mixed and mastered the entire album
Their self-titled debut album was followed by "The Rolling Stones N. ". Big Bad Voodoo Daddy's first album is self-titled and self-released. Their third album, released after they were picked up by Interscope, is officially titled "Americana Deluxe" per the liner notes, but since the only text on the front cover is the band's name it's often thought to be self-titled as well. To make matters even more confusing, both the self-titled album and Americana Deluxe contain many of the same songs.
|1||Threw My Teeth||1:13|
|2||Hide N' Seeky||2:18|
|3||Options Never Quit||3:00|
|4||So Over It||2:09|
|9||Does Eat Oats||1:59|
|10||Thousands Of Bubbles||3:30|
|12||Something About The Weather||3:20|
|13||Bring On The Sad Earth||3:13|
|14||Optimism # One||3:51|
|15||An Announcment From The Talking Grapefruit||31:19|
- Recorded At – Jackpot! Recording Studio
- Bass, Vocals, Other [Side Comments], Other [Observations] – Kimi*
- Drums, Vocals, Other [Compliments], Other [Complaints] – Antonio Gonzalez
- Guitar, Vocals, Written-By, Other [Samples], Other [Memories] – Brian Kruse
- Photography By – Andrew Gilsen
- Recorded By – Larry Crane*