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Dispatch - Who Are We Living For? Album

Dispatch - Who Are We Living For? Album

Performer: Dispatch
Title: Who Are We Living For?
Style: Indie Rock
Released: 2011
Cat#: BMBR2000-02
Country: US
Label: Bomber Records
Size MP3 version: 2289 mb
Size FLAC version: 2893 mb
Size WMA version: 1906 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 129
Genre: Rock

Dispatch - Who Are We Living For? Album


Tracklist

1Parade Speed
2Open Up
310ft, 5ft, Bag 'Em
4Douggie Mayu's
5Just Like Larry
6Blood
7Prince Of Spades
8Time Served
9How Now
10Carry You
11Even
12Everybody Clap
13Lightning
14D. Bits
15Headlights
16Passerby
17Granite

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DCN-CD-8375Dispatch Who Are We Living For? ‎(CD, Album)Bomber RecordsDCN-CD-8375US2000
B0003659-02Dispatch Who Are We Living For? ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)Universal RecordsB0003659-02US2004
BMBR2000-02Dispatch Who Are We Living For? ‎(2xLP, Blu)Bomber RecordsBMBR2000-02US2011

Notes

- Includes 16x20" collector's edition poster

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 879198008170

Album

Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Who Are We Living For is a 2000 album by United States indieroots folk band Dispatch. Their 4th studio album, it represented a major departure from past recordings. Unlike the first album, Silent Steeples, it is electric unlike the second, Bang Bang, many of its songs express political messages. Specifically, Open Up, Time Served, Passerby, and Blood have clear political undertones. This could be seen as foreshadowing for the development of Dispatch member Chad Urmston's post-Dispatch music career. superstars Dispatch have made a name for. It's not surprising from a band that was arrested in 2000 for protesting the Boston presidential debates because of the exclusion of Ralph Nader. The end result sounds like a more politicized, eclectic 311, and even if many of the songs are ultimately undistinguished, Who Are We Living For is an album made by and for the collegiate rock crowd. Track Listing. Album 2000 21 Songs. More By Dispatch. America, Location 12. Bang Bang. Ain't No Trip to Cleveland, Vol. 1 Live. dispatch with a quickness give me some roy and give me some speed gather all around to the world and read on til you get to the part that's righteous it's an unbearable likeness 131-XHD I got my beautiful dutiful cargo 250. Time Served 03:07. hold up the firing line hold up the fire walk away counting backwards from nine hold up the firing line hold steady on the trigger's time walk away counting backwards from nine holding his breath so to start his own dying time time served to the ones that left you here no people here only names soon to be put to numbers. Indie Rock Indie Folk. Songs in album Dispatch - Who Are We Living For 2000. Dispatch - Everybody Clap. Dispatch - Open Up. Dispatch - Just Like Larry. Dispatch - Time Served. In this album, Dispatch dared to explore new genres of music. They covered a Rage Against the Machine song, Bulls on Parade, which is very hard to do. De la Rocha's vocals and Morello's guitars are very hard to duplicate. Playing this song only shows off Dispatch's talent. Also, the song Gone is very strange. It is hard to pick out the highlight songs of Who Are We Living For because so many good songs cover so many different genres. Not many albums will contain a reggae song , a metal jam , seven instrumentals, and an acoustic love song. Dispatch and it's three talented members will never cease to amaze. Passerby appears on Dispatch's 2000 album Who Are We Living For. Music World Lyrics D Dispatch Albums Who Are We Living For Dispatch Album. hands above your head que le via bien step out of line we'll and fill you with lead. how are we to know that your not a liar don't you see whe have a job to do and our job is the law you fit the description of a criminal crosser we believe that he is you and that is your flaw that is your flaw. that is your flaw. and they say open up we're comming inside you can't run so you may as well hide we got the place covered from head to toe, head to toe open up we're comming inside what's it feel like to know you're going to die on the other side of the row on th. About Who Are We Living For Who Are We Living For is a 2000 album by United States indieroots folk band Dispatch. This could be seen as foreshadowing for the development of Dispatch member Chad Urmston's post-Dispatch music career as frontman for State Radio. Thus, Chad Urmston is Chetro, Brad Corrigan is Braddigan, and Pete Francis Heimbold is Repete