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Greyhoundz - Greyhoundz album FLAC

  • Performer: Greyhoundz
  • Title: Greyhoundz
  • Genre: Rock
  • Formats: AU WMA MMF AIFF DXD AUD VQF
  • Released: 2001
  • Style: Nu Metal, Heavy Metal
  • MP3 album: 1150 mb
  • FLAC album: 1497 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 352
Greyhoundz - Greyhoundz album FLAC

Greyhoundz owe much to the uncompromising alternative metal of Pantera, as well as the ferocity of rap-metal band Korn. Greyhoundz's music is about fiery palettes of sound and the commingling of aggressive guitar and thuggish vocals. The album contains 14 tracks, and without the two aforementioned tracks, the album would be tighter. The tender singing on parts of "Kristiane" and "Karmic?" is also welcome.

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Redirected from 7 Corners of Your Game). Greyhoundz is a Filipino nu metal/rap metal band formed in the late 1990s which gained international recognition and is currently based in Manila, Philippines. Greyhoundz was formed in 1997 by cousins Niño and Audie Avenido who at first just wanted to join a local battle of the bands contest together with other bandmates that included Allen Cudal

Tracklist

1 Even
2 Jack In The Box
3 Hole
4 Karmic
5 Versus
6 Your Puppet And Clown
7 Pull
8 Candyflip
9 Quicksand
10 Bonfires And Sandcastles
11 Monologue Blues Juice
12 Aftertaste
13 For Kristiane

Notes

Greyhoundz Composer, Primary Artist
Reg Rubio Composer
2001 went Platinum

Greyhoundz’ song, Even, was included in the official soundtrack of the blockbuster movie “Spider-Man" as one of the Asian Edition Bonus Tracks of the album. The soundtrack also features music from artists such as Alien Ant Farm, The Strokes, Macy Gray and Aerosmith. Greyhoundz is the only Filipino band included in this release.[2] Also, their song, Hole was included in the soundtrack of the original The Ring

In 2001, Philippine alternative metal/rap-metal band Greyhoundz released their second album, Greyhoundz. As before, Greyhoundz unleash an aggressive onslaught of rap-inflected alternative metal, laid over a smoldering foundation of metal and hip-hop. The music of Greyhoundz is taut, menacing, and angst-ridden, as witnessed by the opening "Even," propelled by ferocious guitar riffs and vocalist Reg Rubio's volatile rapping, which alternates between clear enunciation and a guttural growl similar to that heard in Pantera. Greyhoundz owe much to the uncompromising alternative metal of Pantera, as well as the ferocity of rap-metal band Korn. The influence of alternative metal bands Crazy Town, Linkin Park, and Limp Bizkit is also heard. Greyhoundz's music is about fiery palettes of sound and the commingling of aggressive guitar and thuggish vocals. It can be a challenge to keep aggressive music from becoming redundant, and Greyhoundz keep most of the album fresh, but, unfortunately, the band repeats themselves on the fierce "Candyflip" and "Quicksand." The album contains 14 tracks, and without the two aforementioned tracks, the album would be tighter. The band pushes borders and even samples other styles, as heard on the bluesy and unstructured "Blues Juice" and the reggae backbeat on parts of "Bonfires and Sandcastles." The tender singing on parts of "Kristiane" and "Karmic?" is also welcome. Aside from "Blues Juice," these songs also contain harsh growls. The band avoids the misogynous lyrics that marred their 1999 debut album. While 2001's Greyhoundz contains songs that deal with women, the lyrics are rendered in an impressionist, heart-on-the-sleeve manner, notwithstanding the music's angry tone. The band also deals with such topics as alienation and loss of direction. Overall, Greyhoundz is a fine second effort.

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