The Soundtrack Of Our Lives - Behind The Music album flac
Title: Behind The Music
Style: Indie Rock
MP3 album: 1775 mb
FLAC album: 1196 mb
Other formats: ASF AAC AIFF AU ADX AUD WAV
Behind the Music is the third album by the Swedish rock band The Soundtrack of Our Lives. It was originally released in Europe in February 2001, and subsequently around the world over the next two years. The album was the band's breakthrough record outside of their native Sweden, and was nominated for the Best Alternative Album award at the 2003 Grammy Awards
After years of struggling to find a North American distributor, Sweden's the Soundtrack of Our Lives has finally been given a chance to deli. All three of their full-lengths have been simultaneously released, meaning there is a lot of music to absorb here. Their 1996 debut album, Welcome to the Infant Freebase, is almost too much rock for most people. With 20 songs at over 70 minutes, this record is an amazing look at how powerful music can be. TSOOL take every great rock band from the past and present and use them as a tool to display their talents.
After (perhaps hastily) bestowing Album Cover of the Year honors upon Soundtrack of Our Lives' Communion, we decided to go straight to the heart of the matter and ask TSOOL frontman Ebbot Lundberg for an explanation behind the work of art above. Luckily, the hirsute Swede was a good sport and answered every one of our (perhaps superfluous) questions via e-mail. Enjoy: Paste: How did you decide on this particular image as the cover for Communion? Ebbot Lundberg: Because it is the images we're being fed every da. he perfect life that does not exist
The soundtrack does focus in on some of his greatest with a signature song of their legacies, but at the end it is a re-introduction to a cavalcade of flawless talent. While it does feature his most signature artists like Whitney Houston & Barry Manilow with great songs like Mandy & Greatest Love Of All, there could've been more to go around of Clive's legacy. All in all, Clive Davis: The Soundtrack Of Our Lives could've had much more for fans to come by, whether it is more signature hits of his legacy like Whitney Houston's I Will Always Love You, or Aerosmith's Dream On & even artists that should've been here that Clive had signed recently like Jennifer Hudson, it is a simple, curious. peak at a man who really knew what the common listener had deeply desired in the heart of radio & music of today. What Barry Gordy did for Motown, Clive Davis did for 50 years and celebrated beautiful legacies all over.