Buzz-K & Dazzle-T - Biohazard mp3 album
|Style:||Drum n Bass|
|MP3 album size:||1415 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1488 mb|
|Digital formats:||MP1 VOX AIFF DXD DXD MOD TTA|
Buzz-K & Dazzle-T – Biohazard. Label: Emotif Recordings – none. Format: Acetate, 10", Single Sided. Mastered at Eightball Records Independent Productions.
Main genre: Electronic, Dance. Tags: Drum & Bass. Contains samples of 2 songs.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Buzz - K, Dazzle-T - Biohazard. Photo of Buzz - K, Dazzle-T - Biohazard. This album was released on the label Emotif Recordings (catalog number none). Download mp3. Length of track.
Biohazard is the eponymous debut studio album by American heavy metal band Biohazard, released on June 30, 1990 by Magnetic Air. The intro to the song "Retribution" is from the movie The Godfather Part II. The songs "Wrong Side of the Tracks" and "Hold My Own" were rerecorded for the band's second album Urban Discipline. The 2004 remaster features a different cover than the original 1990 pressing. Evan Seinfeld – vocals, bass. Billy Graziadei – guitar, vocals. Bobby Hambel – guitar. Danny Schuler – drums.
It was released on 4 March 1983 through Telegraph and Virgin Records. The title and cover art (designed by Peter Saville) allude to a painting by Vorticist artist Edward Wadsworth based on dazzle camouflage, titled Dazzle-ships in Drydock at Liverpool.
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Performer: Biohazard Album: No Holds Barred - Live In Europe Label: King Recordings. Performer: Biohazard Album: Mata Leao Label: Warner Bros.
For the eponymous album, see Biohazard (album). Biohazard is a band originally based in Brooklyn, New York. Stations With Biohazard. Plays Biohazard along with similar artists like: Madball, Nuclear Assault, Shelter, Bad Brains, Ringwor. zzfest.
Biohazard released this self-titled debut at a time when the East Coast thrash and hardcore scenes seemed to have just about run their course. Different melodic variations and other conceptual changes would revive New York hard music, but things were on the decline around 1990 and Biohazard - while a popular concert draw - did little to invigorate their genre on this recording. Billy Graziadei (guitars/vocals,) Evan Seinfeld (bass/vocals), Bobby Hambel (guitars), and Danny Schuler (drums) made a bold statement with their hip-hop-influenced follow-up to Biohazard, Urban Discipline.