The Thermals - Hey You B/W White Rabbit 7" album FLAC
- Performer: The Thermals
- Title: Hey You B/W White Rabbit 7"
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: DMF FLAC WMA TTA WAV MP3 MMF
- Released: 2016
- MP3 album: 1147 mb
- FLAC album: 1131 mb
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Perfil: American punk/indie rock band formed in 2002 and based in Portland, Oregon. Disbanded in April 2018. Hutch Harris wrote and recorded the first The Thermals record, More Parts per Million, in the kitchen of his one-bedroom house in Southeast Portland in early 2002
White Rabbit" is a song written by Grace Slick and recorded by the American rock band Jefferson Airplane for their 1967 album Surrealistic Pillow. It was released as a single and became the band's second top-10 success, peaking at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was ranked number 478 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time, Number 116 on Rate Your Music's Top Singles of All Time, and appears on The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll.
Album Hey You, The Thermals. Tracking list e i testi dell'album: Hey You Data di pubblicazione: 7 gennaio 2016. The Thermals: gli altri album. We Disappear Data di pubblicazione: 7 gennaio 2016. My Heart Went Cold Data di pubblicazione: 7 gennaio 2016. Desperate Ground Demos Data di pubblicazione: 7 gennaio 2016. Desperate Ground Data di pubblicazione: 7 gennaio 2016. Born To Kill Data di pubblicazione: 7 gennaio 2016.
White Rabbit was written by San Francisco-based singer Grace Slick while she was still a member of her original band, The Great Society. Upon joining Jefferson Airplane in 1966, she offered up White Rabbit while the band was recording their seminal second album, Surrealistic Pillow. The song became the band’s second biggest hit, peaking at on the pop charts. The song’s metaphorical drug references flew largely over the heads of radio censors, but White Rabbit did eventually end up on blacklists at several stations once its meaning became apparent.
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He has a message to convey, even if it is a conflicted one. It may be that the release of the album itself tips the balance between resignation and persistence, and the songs, full of singable (and shout-able) choruses, are likely to come off as more triumphant than defeated in concert. After all, the song called "Surrender" really declares there will be none.
On their seventh album, the Portland trio explore themes of isolation over dynamic bursts of lo-fi rock. We Disappear opens with blistering feedback, a sound that sizzles underneath as Hutch Harris shouts, "Into the code, we stay alive!" But the upbeat punk-pop of "My Heart Went Cold" belies post-breakup regrets, and even the initial concept of communal online immortality ( Into the Code ) is rebuked on the dark and sludgy "The Great Dying. It all comes to a dreamy close on "Years in a Day," as our host finds peace with being "always alone
White Rabbit is a music singles/eps/fan club/promo recording by JEFFERSON AIRPLANE (ve Rock) released in 1967 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Jefferson Airplane: White Rabbit B/w Plastic Fantastic Lover Original recording RCA Records. White Rabbit by Jefferson Airplane (2008-01-13) Brilliant Nl.