So, "Diminishing Between Worlds" is a great album, it almost sounds like a completely different band ; now Decrepit Birth sounds ten times more brutal and even more complex than before. It still sounds like Suffocation and Deeds Of Flesh though, but that's a good thing. I highly recommend this album, it is definitely one of the best brutal death releases this year, and with names like Prostitute Disfigurement and Origin releasing albums to. elieve me, that's saying a lot. Best Tracks : "The Living Doorway", "Diminishing Between Worlds", "Await The Unending" !
Molten torment from Virginia, unbeatable noise, dirge ready to set about your internal organs like a mouthful of broken glass.
Saturday: Scant Diminishing Spirit CS. .And their new album Dead Gods also is one of the best death metal albums Ive ever heard. If you haven’t heard of them check them out, these dudes are going far I’m certain of it! -
Wandering Spirit is the third solo album by Mick Jagger. Released in 1993, it was his only solo album release of the 1990s. Following The Rolling Stones' Steel Wheels (1989), Jagger began writing new material for what would become Wandering Spirit. In January 1992, after landing Rick Rubin as co-producer, Jagger recorded the album in Los Angeles over seven months until September 1992, recording simultaneously as Keith Richards was making Main Offender.
Spirit is the debut album by rock band Spirit, first released on January 22, 1968 by Ode Records. The experimental album was commercially successful, spending more than six months on the Billboard album charts, peaking at and garnered significant airplay on FM progressive rock stations in the United States. The song "Fresh Garbage" has been sampled in the Pink song "Feel Good Time", found on the soundtrack of Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle.
Released date 22 June 1968. Labels Legacy Epic Records. Music StylePsychedelic Rock. Members owning this album2. 14. If I Had a Woman. 15. Elijah (Alternate Take). Other productions from Spirit. The Original Potato Land.
- Mastered By – Eric Trude
- Recorded By – Roman J Leyva