» » M1 - Same As It Ever Was EP
M1 - Same As It Ever Was EP Album
Electronic
Performer: M1
Title: Same As It Ever Was EP
Style: House
Year Sep 2002
Country Canada
Label Jinxx Records
Catalog Number JX 044
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 890
MP3 size: 1456 mb
FLAC size: 2560 mb
WMA size: 1947 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 12", White Label

M1 - Same As It Ever Was EP Album

Tracklist

1The Freak In You
2Fly So High
3Beats Two
4Beats One

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: M1 - JX 044

Album

Same As It Ever Was is the second album by American hip hop group House of Pain. It was released in 1994 and peaked at number 12 on the Top R&BHip-Hop Albums and Billboard 200. To record the album, the group had to work around Everlast's house arrest for a gun charge. The clean version of the second song from the album, I'm a Swing It, was featured in the 2001 skateboarding video game Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3. Same As It Ever Was - House Of Pain. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. DownTown Jazzhop - Продолжительность: 44: favorites 8 Download album. Listen album. Hip-Hop Hardcore Rap West Coast Rap. House Of Pain. Songs in album House Of Pain - Same As It Ever Was 1994. House Of Pain - Back From The Dead. House Of Pain - I'm A Swing It. The second album from House Of Pain, released June 28, 1994. It went gold, but couldnt match the success of the groups self-titled debut. History has proven it to be an unheralded classic, with most fans finding it superior to House Of Pains self-titled first album. MTV showed some love to On Point, the albums first single and video. 1994 Thrasher Magazine Article. Same As It Ever Was Q&A. Album 2020 4 Songs. Interlude, 00:45. Same as It Ever Was, 03:27. It Ain't a Crime, 03:27. Where I'm From, 04:02. Still Got a Lotta Love, 02:53. Who's the Man, 04:03. Sam Smith I'm Not the Only One. Radio Monte Carlo Sweet. Popey T Max. However, the Irish-American group really blossomed on its far-superior and much more hardcore second album, Same as It Ever Was. With this album, Everlast changed his style of rapping considerably and unveiled a much more distinctive and recognizable approach. Sounding twisted, damaged, and maniacal, Everlast grabs the listener's attention and refuses to let go on such wildly entertaining fare as Back From the Dead, Over There Shit, and Runnin' Up on Ya. Same as it ever was. I'm sure. Embed Code. hide post details. Use old embed code. Copy and paste the HTML below into your website: Theme: Dark Light Custom