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Chester Stacey - The Five Song C.D. Theory album flac

Chester Stacey - The Five Song C.D. Theory album flac Performer: Chester Stacey
Title: The Five Song C.D. Theory
Style: Country, Country Rock
Released: 2001
MP3 album: 1419 mb
FLAC album: 1870 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: APE AA ADX TTA DMF DXD AU
Genre: Rock / Folk and Country

Chester" is a patriotic anthem composed by William Billings and sung during the American Revolutionary War. Billings wrote the first version of the song for his 1770 songbook The New England Psalm Singer, and made improvements for the version in his The Singing Master's Assistant (1778). It is the latter version that is best known today. The curious title of the song reflects a common practice of Billings's day, in which tunes were labeled with (often arbitrarily chosen) place names.

But he did know they had something special with singer Chester Bennington. respectively, according to Nielsen Music - topping sales charts and defining the band's sound in the process. Throughout his career, Gilmore says Bennington's performance in the studio was one of maybe just five times he's gotten chills from something so good, calling him one of this generation's greatest rock singers.

Chester and Samantha, who were married in 1996, just bought a new home down in Redondo Beach and are expecting their first child, a son, in May. But when I got that tape, Bennington says, we looked at each other and went, ‘This is it, this is the one. It’s gonna happen, even if it takes five years.

Culture Trip revisits his band's record-breaking debut. The song Crawling won the 2002 Grammy for Best Hard Rock Performance. They also received nominations for Best New Artist and Best Rock Album. Watch the band’s only live performance of the album start-to-finish during their headlining set at Download Festival in 2014 below.

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The song also featured one of Chester Bennington's more recognizable screams. In reflecting with ArtistDirect on the album, the vocalist stated, "We knew what we wanted, and we knew how to execute to a certain degree. However, we were also just going for it. We didn't really care about what anybody else was doing. We also didn't care whether or not the songs fit together stylistically as a whole or a collection of songs. The track proved to be one of the more powerful songs of the band's career, with Mike Shinoda really letting listeners inside. For the last five years, I've been wanting to write this song," Shinoda told Rolling Stone before the album release. It's about some friend of mine that had some really awful events happen to his family.

The song builds, throwing in electronic drums until the climax where the band pretty much jams out like a typical rock outfit. The verse comes back down and builds again, all the way through before exploding into the screamed chorus. The chord progression in the chorus is surprisingly ok, descending down akin to a Muse chord progression but taking a much more metal tone. However, despite the album being catchy and listenable, Hybrid Theory has its obvious drawbacks. The most obvious comes out through the guitarists. The guitar riffs are often bland and unoriginal, especially in Forgotten.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Goodbye
2 Ray Combs
3 Jazz Oddity
4 Your T.V.
5 Ordinary
6 Patrick Hines
Acoustic Guitar – Andrew GrimmVocals – Allan Zepp, Andrew Grimm, Noelle Zepp
7 Answering Machine Message

Credits

  • Bass – Eric Streib
  • Drums – Aaron Grove
  • Guitar – Neil Eber
  • Pedal Steel Guitar – Neil Eber
  • Recorded By – Dave Nachodsky
  • Trumpet – Allan Zepp
  • Vocals – Aaron Grove, Eric Streib, Neil Eber

Notes

Track #7 labeled on CD as "Answering Machine".