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Back from Hell is the fifth album by hip hop group Run–D. released on October 16, 1990 by Profile Records. The album was produced by the group members themselves. The album is notable for adopting more of a street attitude than their previous albums as well as using more curse words. The songs "Faces" and "Pause" introduce a new musical style: new jack swing.
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Run-DMC seem to have suffered particularly from the pressures of ceaseless innovation: and on Back From Hell - its very title an apparent reference to how this new direction would return them to the pinnacle of rap stardom they had once occupied - the trio would trip themselves up trying to keep pace with the competition. DMC hit the bottle, developing full-blown alcoholism. Jay felt so certain the group was going to implode that he formed another band, with sometime Beasties DJ Hurricane and two others, that they called The Afros. Under the circumstances, that they even managed to make an album at all was a supreme achievement. Crown Royal added little to the legend and took nearly three years to make, once protracted negotiations over guest artist involvement and sample clearance had been concluded.
Produced by Brian Howes. Back From the Dead Lyrics. Light it up, light it up, now I'm burning Feel the rush, feel the rush of adrenaline We are young, we are strong, we will rise Cause I'm back, back, back from the dead tonight To the floor, to the floor, hit the red line Flying high, flying high at the speed of light Full of love, full of light, full of fight Cause I'm back, back, back from the dead tonight. Break the skin, you spread like poison Dying slow when we all attack How it feels to be the broken You took a piece, now I'm biting back.
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With the Dead (comprised of former members of Cathedral and Electric Wizard) will drop their newest slab of low-slung, nihilistic doom, Love From With the Dead, tomorrow (Sept. It's the second record from the outfit and an improvement on what was an impressive debut, plunging further into unmitigated desolation. Now, stream the album in its entirety in the player below and start reading our interview with Lee Dorrian. Leo is still a close friend, even if we don’t see each other for a year or so. He lives in London, as do I, so it seemed obvious that I should ask him if he would like to be involved. Fortunately he was into it.