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 Life Story of John Waite - Bad English
The self-titled album (produced by Ritchie Zito) is released in June 1989 and climbs to #21 in the USA.
Bad English is on the road in the USA in October 1989 to promote the album.
Waite would love to release a live album of Bad English, but it turns out that none of their live shows are recorded.
www.johnwaite.com /lifestory/badenglish.htm   (548 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Bad: Remastered: Music: Michael Jackson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Bad is his most personal work, 9 out of the 11 songs are composed by Michael and it has his best songs ever.
Bad, The Way You Make Me Feel, Smooth Criminal, I Just Can't Stop Loving You, Man In The Mirror and Dirty Diana are on here all of which have appeared on his Number Ones and History albums.
It takes alot of talent and skill to make an album this good, where every track is excellent, as with most albums from other artists you have to skip a few rubbish tracks, but no tracks on the Bad album are bad, they're all good.
www.amazon.co.uk /Bad-Remastered-Michael-Jackson/dp/B00005NUZO   (1471 words)

 Epitaph Records
Bad Religion's 1987 release, is one of their finest.
The band (which saw the original line-up reunite for the album's release) was improving and becoming more and more focused with each successive release, and SUFFER showed the band as one of the world's top thought-provoking punk outfits.
lets face it, besides no substance, bad religion has never made a bad album, some would say that the new america is crap but it is not that bad.
www.epitaph.com /artists/album/356   (267 words)

 Bad-Seed.org FAQ
The next year, 1986, two albums were released; one album, "Kicking Against The Pricks" was a compilation of covers of mainly blues songs.
The Bad Seeds were extended by Thomas Wydler and there are guest appearances of Tracy Pew and Rowland S. Howard.
The album "Tender Prey" was released in 1988.
www.bad-seed.org /cave/faq/biography.shtml   (1104 words)

 Michael Jackson : Bad - Listen, Review and Buy at ARTISTdirect
Look at the singles: only three can stand alongside album tracks from its predecessor ("Bad," "The Way You Make Me Feel," "I Just Can't Stop Loving You"), another is simply OK ("Smooth Criminal"), with the other two showcasing Jackson at his worst (the saccharine "Man in the Mirror," the misogynistic "Dirty Diana").
Then, there are the album tracks themselves, something that virtually didn't exist on Thriller but bog down Bad not just because they're bad, but because they reveal that Jackson's state of the art is not hip.
For this dreadful stretch, everything is mechanical, and while the album rebounds with songs that prove mechanical can be tolerable if delivered with hooks and panache, it still makes Bad feel like an artifact of its time instead a piece of music that transcends it.
www.artistdirect.com /nad/store/artist/album/0,,107889,00.html   (492 words)

 Bad Company
Bad Company is a hard rock band from the United Kingdom which had many hits from the 1970s and 1980s.
The album quickly went platinum, and the band was off on a worldwide tour, with many dates in the U.S. Their second album,
The original Bad Company went on tour that year to promote the album, and it seemed that Bad Company was back on top of their game.
www.rocknrollhell.com /badcompany   (956 words)

 Ringo Starr: Bad Boy review
You have to be a bit of a bad boy to make the gold." Ringo then went on to define his entry into the ranks of bad boys by explaining how at age twenty, against his parents' wishes, he left his apprentice job at a factory to become a full time musician.
Bad Boy is a decent record to listen to; none of the songs are offensive, but none of them is that great.
This is a crappy album of crappy music planned by blockhead music excecutives (the type that inspired the fabs to create APPLE) and recorded by Ringo when he was drunk out of his mind.
web2.airmail.net /gshultz/badboyrevu.html   (1836 words)

 Museum of bad album covers: the worst album covers ever!
If you would like to vote in the bad album covers top ten, simply note the number of your choice, click on one of the vote "here" links, type the number of the most hideous cover in the e.mail and send to zonicweb.
Bad album cover T-Shirts, tops and many other items are now available from the museum of bad album covers shop.
See what museum of bad album covers fans voted as "the worst of the worst".
www.zonicweb.net /badalbmcvrs   (376 words)

 Bad Company - Bad Company - Song Listings
Bad Company's 1974 self-titled release stands as one of the most important and accomplished debut hard rock albums from the '70s.
Throughout the 35-minute album, Paul Rodgers' mesmerizing and gritty vocals hardly vary in tonal quality, offering a perfect complement to Mick Ralphs' blues-based guitar work.
Bad Company is an essential addition to the rock & roll library; clearly influential to '70s and '80s hard rock bands like Tom Petty, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Boston.
www.mp3.com /albums/948/summary.html   (479 words)

 Amazon.com: Bad: Music: Michael Jackson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
While Bad obviously was not half as big as Thriller in terms of sales, it is still a great record.
The BAD album is one of those albums that in 2006 it still sounds up 2 date and sets itself apart from da rest.
BAD is often considered a flop by music critics b/c it didn't sell over 50 million copies like Thriller, which is stupid as hell.
www.amazon.com /Bad-Michael-Jackson/dp/B00005QGAX   (1419 words)

 Amazon.ca: Bad Company: Music: Bad Company   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
With the exception of the songs "Can't Get Enough", "Movin' On",and "Bad Company", the music here feels as if they just wanted to "play it safe" so to speak, as if they were holding back, afraid to do anything with any feeling of originality.
The last song on any album should be one that stays in the listener's head long after he or she is done listening to the album - and this one will do just that.
Overall, Bad Company's debut album is an excellent album, and it has certainly stood the (thirty year) test of time.
www.amazon.ca /Bad-Company/dp/B000002JSL   (1128 words)

 Bad (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bad is an album of recorded music by pop music icon Michael Jackson, released in 1987.
In addition, critics generally felt that the album lacked the spontaneous and organic feel of Thriller and Off The Wall.
A Special Edition of the album was released in November 2001 featuring three previously unreleased songs and spoken word material.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bad_(album)   (1040 words)

 Rock for Light - Bad Brains - Song Listings
After the tinny sound quality of the band's debut, the second Bad Brains album came as a real blast of sonic fresh air.
When they suddenly swing into mellow reggae (on "I and I Survive," "The Meek," "Rally 'Round Jah Throne," and the dubwise instrumental "Jam") the effect is like some kind of pleasant musical whiplash.
The 1990 CD reissue of this album was remixed by Ocasek and bassist Darryl Jennifer, and it includes several bonus tracks.
www.mp3.com /albums/939/summary.html   (642 words)

 Bad Boy (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bad Boy is an album by Ringo Starr and was released in 1978 during a period where his musical career was sliding into freefall after several years of solo success.
After the critical and commercial disaster of Ringo the 4th (1977), Starr and his musical partner, Vini Poncia, decided to create a less campy album and streamline the sound to lose the disco qualities and excesses that marred the previous release.
Bad Boy was reissued on CD in the US by Epic Records in 1991 (after Portrait Records' shelving), now its only source of availability.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bad_Boy_(album)   (358 words)

Their set was cut short when the band was attacked by fans (fans of Heavy Metal, not fans of Bad News) on stage.
Bad News was almost instantaniously a cult hit, both amongst comedy and metal fans.
While all material from "Bad News", and the "Warriors of Ghengis Khan" and "Cashing In On Christmas"singles are now available in digital form, there is still a large chunk of material from "Bootleg", that only available in vinyl form.
www.geocities.com /janonline99/BN.htm   (1214 words)

 Glide Magazine Monthly Columns - Great Artists / Bad Album Covers
Whether it’s a proud Beatles album or a now shameful King of Pop release, whatever the case or cover, it’s the artwork – good or bad - that makes its first impression before the music even plays.
Orleans' Waking and Dreaming might be the worst of all, but aside from their hit, “Still the One,” and being neglected to Burger King commercials, Orleans has become about as oblivious as Hootie.
When they got to this point in their creative lives, its no wonder that CSN was about as relevant as Donnie Osmond in the 80’s.
www.glidemagazine.com /6/columns104.html   (831 words)

 Bad Stuff
When I was a kid, my orthodontist had a really bad painting in his office, which I had to stare at while he reshaped my mouth.
The camel died quite suddenly on the second day, and Selena fretted sulkily and, buffing her already impeccable nails--not for the first time since the journey began--pondered snidely if this would dissolve into a vignette of minor inconveniences like all the other holidays spent with Basil.
I paged through the 10 worst album covers of all time, and just wanted your readers to know that they are all included and then some more excellent ones (my personal favorite: Fingerless Fiddler -- not to be missed!) in a book called -- what else -- "The Worst Album Covers Ever!" by Nick DiFonzo.
askbobrankin.com /bad_stuff.html   (748 words)

From car-crash whispers to white-picket desires, The Bad Machines' songs about life, love and lies flip from longing to loud in the murmur of an irregular heartbeat.
Not just another album of ordinary love songs, Michelle Margherita's lilting voice drips sugar over Paul Scott's grinding guitars, off-kilter beats and giddy keys to produce a shimmering electro-indie-pop gem that sits not entirely comfortably between bitter-sweet and just plain bitter.
On stage, The Bad Machines are a chaotic mix of instrument swapping, guitar throwing, judo moves and stark stillness.
www.myspace.com /thebadmachines   (624 words)

 Bad Religion: Album Reviews, Biography - MOG   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
I understand the new found pressure on Greg at that time to write an album without guitarist Brett Gurewitz, and in light of that I think it is a solid effort that doesn’t disappoint, but that also never seems to peak.
Speaking of Bad Religion, my friend is a PhD student at UCLA, and she said the lead singer is teaching the Intro to Bio class there next semester.
Coincidently enough, the album is also closely tied in with the memory of driving to and from my first job.
mog.com /music/Bad_Religion   (613 words)

 Bad Boy Blog » Elephant Man
And this just in: Highly placed sources have revealed that VP Records and Bad Boy Worldwide Entertainment have reached an agreement, which will handle the marketing and international distribution of Elephant Man's forthcoming release.
This article mentions that Elephant Man signed a 3 album deal with Bad Boy and that his first Bad Boy album, "Ova Di Wall," is scheduled to be released in August.
Although we're huge fans, we are in no way affiliated with Bad Boy Worldwide Entertainment Group (or any of its associated brands, such as Bad Boy Records, Bad Boy Films, Justin's, Sean John and Blue Flame Marketing and Advertising), The Atlantic Records Group or the Warner Music Group.
www.badboyblog.com /category/33   (510 words)

 Amazon.com: Bad Attitude: Music: Meat Loaf   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Meat Loaf yet again proved he is the king of rock by releasing this album in the early 80's.
Most of the songs on here are fantastic and, although not as good as the original 'Bat out of Hell' the album is still better than about 80% of the albums on the market today.
This album is clearly the undiscovered gem of all the Meatloaf albums.
www.amazon.com /Bad-Attitude-Meat-Loaf/dp/B000002WFN   (1432 words)

The music from "The Bad Album" is purely instrumental and the styles fall somewhere near Beck, Tortoise, Ween, DJ Shadow, Enon or the music behind some strange movie.
The album gets its sound by combining computer sampling with live instruments and touches upon what is possible with the enormous flexibility that comes with sampling and recording music on the computer.
On this album there are live drums, guitar, bass, keyboards, and even a little accordian.
cdbaby.com /cd/martinres2   (549 words)

 La Toya Jackson's Bad Girl ... A Full Discography
An extremely detailed discography of the album Bad Girl, which was released countless times under small record labels.
The "Bad Girl" album usually consists of 12 songs, although some editions have 10, 11, or 13.
The album has been released dozens of times, as you can see here, to tons of no-name record labels.
www.geocities.com /taylorrobertkoehler/badgirl.htm   (731 words)

 Museum of Bad Album Covers | MetaFilter
Unfortunately, it gets steadily worse until you get to number 1, which is bad in a bad way, not a funny way.
Sorry, but Queen is my very favorite band of all time, and even if the four-headed "Miracle" cover is a bit weird, it hardly qualifies as "worst." The cartoon characters on AKOM were taken from the video, and (for fans) are immediately identified with the song/album...has nothing to do with "80s design." Hmph.
Some of these "worst" covers aren't all that bad to me. It would have been better to limit the selection to those albums that actually had at least limited success.
www.metafilter.com /mefi/40107   (1503 words)

 stone: Worstest Album Covers Ever III: Worst Album Covers Ever Returns!
Posted by Brian on July 29, 2005 04:50 PM Actually the album called "On the Road to Freedom" by Alvin Lee and Mylon Lefevre is an excellent album.
Posted by TheCheese on July 21, 2005 02:17 PM To be somewhat fair, the Hebrew album (three guys with telephone) is from an Israeli comedy troupe...
Posted by efrex on July 21, 2005 01:25 PM The cover for "I Get Wet" is one of the best album covers of all time.
www.cenedella.com /stone/archives/2005/07/worstest_album_3.html   (1373 words)

 DesiClub.com - Album Reviews - Bad Boys Killer
Yes folks, this is another compilation of Panjabi albums but this one is actually good.
Its not an original album, its just songs that other people have done and as I just said, its a compilation - of some very good songs mind you.
Anyways, I won't say enough about the album because it's a compilation so it's loaded with tutti fruiti stuff so you know what you gotta do.
www.desiclub.com /desimusic/album_reviews/printlisting.cfm?id=172   (266 words)

 Nah Right » Blog Archive » Bad Album covers: Vanilla Ice
This is worse than anything No Limit put out in the 90’s and that’s bad.
Previous Bad Album covers: G-Unit and Vanilla Ice This entry was posted […]
No limit was the shit and the first to come with album covers like they did.
nahright.com /news/2005/08/02/bad-album-covers-vanilla-ice   (254 words)

 Urban Legends Reference Pages: Music (A Bloody Bad Album)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
As a result, in 1963 the first Beatles records were released in America by Vee-Jay, a small Chicago-based label.
Vee-Jay, who has the masters to all the tracks on the Beatles' first LP, wants to take advantage of Beatlemania by releasing an album, but they're not sure if they have the legal rights to use those masters.
For a solution, they turned to the only other British act on their roster: Frank Ifield, an Australian who had achieved moderate success on British pop charts.
www.snopes.com /music/hidden/ifield.htm   (370 words)

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