What About Now is the twelfth studio album by American rock band Bon Jovi. Produced by John Shanks, the album was released on March 8, 2013 in Australia and March 12, 2013 in the United States. The album was promoted throughout the band's 2013 Because We Can: The Tour. It is the last album to feature lead guitarist Richie Sambora before his departure from the band in April 2013.
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That’s not because I haven’t discovered some excellent music out there. On the contrary, I’ve found a plethora of wonderful musicians, albums, and individual tracks. However, it’s more a matter of time (or lack thereof). The title track Aftermath sets the stage for the indie-style rock infused with catchy hooks, melodies, vocals, and lyrics that’s to come. From there on, you’ll be wowed by the perky, unforgettable melody (in the vein of Pompeii by Bastille) of Hypnotized, the beautiful piano-backed track accented by wonderful pizzicato that is Hope is a Child’s Toy (which asserts the amazingly positive worldview of If hope is a child’s toy, then I don’t ever want to grow old ), and the droning, drum-tap on the steering wheel rhythm of Madness.
is the brand-new Best Of compilation album from the Rolling Stones - featuring the biggest hits and classic cuts from every Rolling Stones studio album from 1971 to 2016’s Blue & Lonesome. This is the most up to date collection of essential Stones’ tracks, including 36 fan favourites and rarities, with the deluxe version featuring 10 additional live songs, presenting collaborations with some of the biggest names in music.
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The album Aftermath is usually thought of by scholars and critics of. the Rolling Stones to be a really crucial album in the group's development. But let's look at some of these songs now in a little bit more detail. Next video we'll do a song closeup and. we'll look at 19th Nervous Breakdown, Paint It Black
Aftermath by Earshot, released 16 April 2015 1. Now That It's Over 2. Let Me 3. Remember 4. Yesterday 5. Fall Apart (Acoustic) After a long hiatus, Earshot returns with their 4th studio recording - a potent 5 song Mini-LP: 'AFTERMATH'. Standout tracks "Now That It's Over" and "Let Me" highlight what has become the band's signature, often times controversial, sound and sonic familiarity that is instantly recognizable; powerful, emotional, and anthemic. The emotional rollercoaster of 'Aftermath' proves that Earshot has weathered the storm and is still a force to be reckoned with. If you like Earshot, you may also like: Hive Mind by Sinch.
The aftermath album is probably the album were he is the most versatile in his instrument playing. Playing instruments that I have never even heard of like the marimbas in under my thumb and he plays those instruments very well. Brian introduced me to an intriguing instrument in Lady Jane. A beautiful ballad and contender for best song on the album. Micks charming vocals and lyrics along with Keith Richards finger-picking make this a master piece. But its Brian's "Dulcimer" that is the star of the show here. he plays it beautifully and goes well with the song. If there was a low point of the album it would probably be "going home" now That song is by no means bad. Though it is far too long and excessive. after 4 minutes of the song Mick just starts panting and repeatedly saying "i'm going home". Jones goes back to playing lead in this one and delivers killer solos.
Producer [Uncredited] – Peter Hook
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