listening to Living Colour's "Time's Up" album today... dayum!

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  1. spookyelectric

    spookyelectric Supporting Member

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    Ooooh! Stain is another great album of theirs-- REALLY heavy for them. loved that one!
     
  2. Matt L

    Matt L Supporting Member

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    Curious what your "hip" albums are, in comparison.
     
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    ONE OF MY MOST FAVORITE SONGS.
     
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  4. Frank Prince

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    LOVE the rhythm section of Muzz Skillings and Will Calhoun!
     
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    Oh man those first 3 albums are so bad-ass and fun. Even though I can't play with speed at all, Vernon has been such a massive influence on me. Such a great rhythm section and vocals. They still pump it out hard live.

    My favorite off Time's Up might be Fight the Fight, and I love the solo in Undercover of Darkness after Latifah's rap.

    I love Living Colour.
     
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    Agreed with everyone, Living Color is great, Time's Up and Fight the Fight are my favs on that record as well. I saw them open for Joe Satriani a couple years back and they still rock - on that note they're releasing a new album soon, here's the new track that was just released yesterday:

     
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    Great record. I'm remiss, in that I haven't properly followed up on the post-Muzz Skillings years. Def my bad. Recs?
     
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    Dig it. I got the first three records. Cassettes. Loved them. Will start the revisit with Vivid.







    I °love° Vernon Reid's guitar solos. He brought the punk back to chops.

    I caught Living Color at the old Buckhead Theatre/Roxy in Atlanta back in the day. My first experience with a mosh pit, figured I could hang. Ha! What a maroon. Awesome show, resides firmly within the mental archives' greatest hits.
     

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