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He Said - Take Care album flac

He Said - Take Care album flac Performer: He Said
Title: Take Care
Style: Experimental, Post-Punk, Synth-pop, Avantgarde
Released: 1988
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1757 mb
FLAC album: 1283 mb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: ADX WMA AC3 AC3 ASF FLAC WMA
Genre: Electronic / Rock

PIAS, WMG (от лица компании "Mute"); Music Sales (Publishing). PIAS, WMG (от лица компании "Mute"); Music Sales (Publishing).

Take Care ‎(LP, Album). What a fine synth pop album this is, even after 26 years after its release. I got this in summer 1989, when I had a heavy interest on mute records, which I discovered felling in love with Depeche Mode. The title track is over 8 minutes long, which was quite new to me that time, a pop song that long. Side a is more purely synth pop flavored with insignificant noise sounds, ending with a ballad

He said, "Take care of your mother Watch out for your sister" That's when Daddy looked at me. With his gun, with his head held high, he told me not to cry Oh, my daddy said shoot Oh, my daddy said shoot With his right hand on his rifle, he swore it on the bible My daddy said shoot (Yee) Oh, my daddy said shoot (Yee-haw) 'Cause he held me in his arms and he taught me to be. strong And he told me when he's gone, "Here's what you do When trouble comes in town and men like me come around" Oh, my daddy said shoot Oh, my daddy said shoo.

He said, take care of your mother Watch out for your sister And that's when daddy looked at m. .With his gun, with his head held high He told me not to cry Oh, my daddy said shoot Oh, my daddy said shoot With his right hand on his rifle He swore it on the bible My daddy said shoot Oh, my daddy said shoot 'Cause he held me in his arms And he taught me to be strong And he told. me when he's gone Here's what you do When trouble comes to town And men like me come around Oh, my daddy said shoot Oh, my daddy said shoot (Woo)

Could You? He Said Was there something on your mind? Had your world fallen apart? Had you a glint in your eye? Had you murder in your heart? . Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive.

Drake sets the record straight on how much The Weeknd wrote on his 'Take Care' album. He says the singer only co-wrote four songs on the project.

Take Care is the second studio album by Canadian rapper Drake. It was released on November 15, 2011, by Young Money Entertainment, Cash Money Records and Republic Records. Recording sessions took place from 2010 to 2011. Production on the album was primarily handled by frequent collaborator Noah "40" Shebib, alongside T-Minus, The Weeknd, Boi-1da, Just Blaze, Jamie xx, among others. Drake mentioned this song was "A Story of Dreams, mixed with reality," and that this was not his first single off the album but that it would be included on Take Care. On June 9, 2011, a second track titled "Marvins Room" was released via his blog.

If viewed from the inside, the view from the door of the house is overlooking a tornado across a plain

Re: Take Care - (Album Thread). Who Is It? And Will He Leak It Tonight? Hopefully He Does. 11-01-2011, 07:24 PM Re: Take Care - (Album Thread). Originally Posted by THP850. Oh shit, didn't know Brisco was on these forums. Page 104 of 297 First.

Tracklist

Watch-Take-Care 8:30
A.B.C. Dicks Love 5:25
Could You? 5:45
Tongue Ties 6:09
Not A Soul 5:20
Halfway House 5:25
Get Out Of That Rain 3:13
Hole In The Sky 2:28

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
STUMM 57 He Said Take Care ‎(LP, Album) Mute STUMM 57 UK 1989
32XB-310 He Said Take Care ‎(CD, Album) Mute 32XB-310 Japan 1988
7 75400-2, CDSTUMM57 He Said Take Care ‎(CD, Album) Enigma Records , Mute 7 75400-2, CDSTUMM57 US 1989
CD STUMM 57 He Said Take Care ‎(CD, Album) Mute CD STUMM 57 UK 1989
7 75400-4 He Said Take Care ‎(Cass, Album) Mute, Enigma Records 7 75400-4 US 1989
7 75400-1, STUMM57 He Said Take Care ‎(LP, Album) Mute, Mute 7 75400-1, STUMM57 US 1989
INT 146.847, STUMM 57 He Said Take Care ‎(LP, Album) Mute, Mute INT 146.847, STUMM 57 Germany 1989


Comments: (3)
Mot
One of the great electronic/synth-'pop' albums of its era, criminally underrated and historically ignored. Lewis created this during a time when Wire was more deeply incorporating electronics, advanced studio technique ("studio-as-instrument"), and digital production into a music that was moving farther & farther away from traditional 'rock' mores (not that Wire cared a whit for anything traditional throughout their career, mind you). Working with the likes of Paul Kendall and Adrian Sherwood further expanded Lewis's own already complex ideas of rhythm & sonic texture, and "Take Care" has that in spades. All the tracks possess Lewis's unique compositional skills; the sheer volume of original sound and beat patterns on display is simply breathtaking. The prior album, "Hail", laid the groundwork for this one to be sure, but truth be told, "Take Care" is his uncanny masterpiece.
Tygokasa
What a fine synth pop album this is, even after 26 years after its release. I got this in summer 1989, when I had a heavy interest on mute records, which I discovered felling in love with Depeche Mode. The title track is over 8 minutes long, which was quite new to me that time, a pop song that long. Side a is more purely synth pop flavored with insignificant noise sounds, ending with a ballad. Side b is varied, an ambient track, an instrumental and ending with a more agressive tune, but not turning into EBM!The instrumental track Halfway House came up on my mind these days and now the album (CD version) runs on heavy rotation.For me this album definetely needs a anniversary rerelease with demo versions and fine liner notes about the production. How got Keith LeBlanc involved here, contributing drums & keyboards to the synth pop pearl A.B.C. Dicks Love?Short word on the artwork. The background is the artwork from the first album Hail. Besides that ... the artwork really atracts me, kind of scifi and weird, good combo!
Goltizuru
'Get Out Of The Raw' haha