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Extreme - Waiting For The Punchline MP3

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Performer: Extreme
Title: Waiting For The Punchline
Country: Canada
Released: 1995
Style: Funk Metal, Hard Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.0
Catalog #: CD 500327
Label: A&M Records

Tracklist

1Hip Today4:42
2There Is No God6:08
3Cynical4:42
4Evilangelist4:49
5Tell Me Something I Don't Know6:26
6Midnight Express3:59
7Naked5:47
8Unconditionally5:05
9No Respect3:52
10Shadow Boxing4:35
11Leave Me Alone4:48


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
540 305-2Extreme Waiting For The Punchline ‎(CD, Album)A&M Records540 305-2Europe1995
CD 0327Extreme Waiting For The Punchline ‎(CD, Album, Club)A&M RecordsCD 0327US1995
702Extreme Waiting For The Punchline ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Not On Label702Unknown
31454 0327 2Extreme Waiting For The Punchline ‎(CD, Album)A&M Records31454 0327 2Canada1995
31454 0327 2Extreme Waiting For The Punchline ‎(CD, Album, BMG)A&M Records31454 0327 2Canada1995


Credits

  • Art Direction, DesignGary Cherone, Sandy Brummels, Walberg Design
  • Co-producerBob St. John
  • Coordinator [Project]Scott Bernstein
  • DrumsMike Mangini (tracks: 4, 7, 8), Paul Geary (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 6, 9)
  • EngineerBob St. John
  • Engineer [Additional Assistant]Chris Carrol, Chris Nix, Michael Thompson , Scott Perry, Steven R. Robillard
  • Engineer [Assistant]Carl Nappa
  • Management [For SRO management Inc.]Ray Danniels, Steve Hoffman
  • Mastered ByBob Ludwig
  • Performer [Extreme]Gary Cherone, Mike Mangini , Nuno Bettencourt, Patrick Badger
  • Photography By [Band]Michael Halsband
  • ProducerNuno Bettencourt
  • Technician [Studio Crew]Brian Welch , Mike Keegan
  • Written-ByCherone, Mangini (tracks: 7), Bettencourt, Badger (tracks: 1, 3, 5)


Companies

  • Distributed By – Columbia House – CD 500327


Video


Album

Waiting For The Punchline - Extreme. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Waiting for the Punchline is Extreme's fourth album, which was released in 1995. It is known by fans as a distinctively raw sounding record - especially when compared to the big production of the two previous albums - with a significant influence from grunge, while still showcasing guitarist Nuno Bettencourt's talents. Due to its lyrics focused heavily on social matters ranging from religion to fame it is often cited as a concept album. It is also the only Extreme record to feature drummer Mike. Cynical Album Version. Tell Me Something I Don't Know Album Version. Hard Rock Mainstream Rock. Songs in album Extreme - Waiting For The Punchline 1995. Extreme - There Is No God. Extreme - Cynical. Album 1995 12 Songs. Waiting for the Punchline. Hard Rock - Waiting For The Punchline 1995. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. It was labeled as a grunge album, but despite stripped down production and frontman Gary Cherone's gruffer, less-tuneful delivery, it otherwise lacked significant deviation from Extreme's style on prior recordings. The band subsequently disbanded in 1996 after guitarist Nuno Bettencourt informed Extreme that he was leaving the band to pursue a solo career. After the break up, Cherone would also join Van Halen in the same year as their new singer, but left three years later. View wiki. Album Name Waiting for the Punchline. Type Album. Released date 1995. Labels A And M Records. Produced by Nuno Duarte Gil Mendes Bettencourt. Recorded at The Hit Factory Criteria Studios. Music StyleHeavy Rock. Members owning this album96. There Is No God. Fair Weather Friend. Extreme's third album was lost in the thunder of grunge, selling far below expectations. The group fought back with Waiting for the Punchline, blasting out at the new wave of hard rockers by saying they'll be Hip Today and, presumably, gone tomorrow. Such proclamations would carry greater weight if they were supported by music that didn't replicate the soft melodic crunch of '80s pop-metal. Nuno Bettencourt remains a stunningly accomplished guitarist, but as a composer he's stuck in an increasingly restrictive formula