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Count Bass D - Pre-Life Crisis Album
Performer: Count Bass D
Title: Pre-Life Crisis
Country: US
Genre: Hip hop
Style:Jazzy Hip-Hop, Conscious
Released: 1994
Catalog number: OT 66202
Label: Hoppoh Recordings, Chaos Recordings
MP3 album szie: 1309 mb
FLAC album size: 2018 mb

Tracklist

1The Dozens
2Broke Thursday
3Pink Tornado
4Carmex
5Sandwiches
6Sunday School
7Brown
8The Hate Game
9Baker’s Dozens
10I Got Needs
11T-Boz (Part 1/2)
12Agriculture
13Shake
14T-Boz Tried to Talk to Me

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
OK 66202Count Bass-D Pre-Life Crisis ‎(CD, Album)Work, Hoppoh RecordingsOK 66202US1995
O 66202Count Bass-D Pre-Life Crisis ‎(LP, Album)WorkO 66202US1995
SRCS 7673Count Bass-D Pre-Life Crisis ‎(CD, Album)Sony RecordsSRCS 7673Japan1995
0T 66202Count Bass-D Pre-Life Crisis ‎(Cass, Album)Work0T 66202US1995
noneCount Bass-D Pre-Life Crisis ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Red)Countbassd.comnoneUS2015

Short intro

Pre-Life Crisis - Count Bass-D. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Pre-Life Crisis by Count Bass D, released 02 October 2015 1. The Dozens 2. Carmex 3. T-Boz Part 12 4. Shake 5. T-Boz Tried To Talk To Me 6. Sandwiches 7. I Got Needs 8. Broke Thursday 9. Agriculture 10. Brown 11. The Hate Game 12. Pink Tornado 13. Sunday School 14. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 10 USD or more. Pre-Life Crisis. Count Bass D - Pre-Life Crisis 1995. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Count Bass D. Songs in album Count Bass D - Pre-Life Crisis 1995. Count Bass D - The Dozens. Count Bass D - Sandwiches I Got A Feeling. Count Bass D - T-Boz Pts, 1 & 2. Count Bass D - Shake. Count Bass D - T-Boz Tried To Talk To Me 96. Count Bass D - Carmex. Count Bass D - I Got Needs. Count Bass D - Broke T. Pre-Life Crisis is the debut album by American rapper and record producer Count Bass D, released on September 26, 1995. Its songs mostly demonstrate Count Bass D's capability of playing multiple instruments although several other musicians play instruments on this album, and the songs mainly consist of saxophones, smooth basslines, 808 drums, and electric guitars. Because of the album's progressive styles, it was difficult to market and it soon went out of print. It has, however, received a cult. Listen free to Count Bass D Pre-Life Crisis The Dozens, Carmex and more. 14 tracks 54:51. Heads everywhere spit lyrics-either off the dome or noted, and many are even recognized as true MCs who actually manage to rock a crowd here & there. A few folks get by juggling two or more facets and even a small number happen to be classically or self-taught piano players, drummers and strummers. Count Bass D does it all. Count has been working to prove this since his decade-old debut, Pre-Life Crisis Sony. Count Bass-D Format: Audio CD. In 1995, Count Bass D dropped this album under Bobbito Garcia and Pete Nice's Hoppoh record label. Kurious Jorge's Costipated Monkey which is a GREAT album was the only other album released under the Hoppoh imprint. Hoping to recieve another dope release similar to the one mentioned above, I bought this cd, disliked it, and immediately took it back. Album 1995 14 Songs. Count Bass-D. Название: Count Bass D - Pre-Life Crisis Жанр: Hip-Hop Релиз: 1995 Формат: Mp3 Качество: 320 kbps Размер: 128 Mb Длительность: 00:54:40 Описание: Дебютный релиз от рэперапродюсерамультиинстр. Count Bass D is a rapper, multi-instrumentalist, and producer based in the country music capital of Nashville, unique in that he eschews sampling techniques in favor of recording his own keyboardbassdrum grooves completely live in the studio. His demo tape wound up getting him a record deal, and his debut album, Pre-Life Crisis, which used solely live instrumentation, most of which was played by the rapper, was released early in 1995. Its songs mostly demonstrate Count Bass Ds capability of playing multiple instruments although several other musicians play instruments on this album, and the songs mainly consist of saxophones, smooth basslines, 808 drums, and electric guitars. Because of the albums progressive styles, it was difficult to market and it soon went out of print. It has, however, received a cult following among underground hip-hop fans. Pre-Life Crisis Q&A. More Count Bass D albums