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Body Count - Manslaughter album mp3
Heavy Metal,Rap-Metal,Speed/Thrash Metal
  • Performer:
    Body Count
  • Title:
    Manslaughter
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Heavy Metal,Rap-Metal,Speed/Thrash Metal
  • Date of release:
    June 10, 2014
  • Duration:
    50:29
  • Recording location:
    Death Star Studios, Los Angeles, CA
  • Size FLAC version
    1977 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1225 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1762 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    463
  • Formats:
    FLAC MP4 AIFF MOD VOX AU

Manslaughter is the fifth studio album by American heavy metal band Body Count. The album was released on June 10, 2014, by Sumerian Records. On December 9, 2012, Ice-T announced on Twitter that Body Count would begin production on a fifth studio album in January 2013. The following day, Ice-T revealed that Body Count has signed with Sumerian Records.

Body Count is the eponymous debut studio album by American crossover thrash band Body Count, released on March 31, 1992 by Sire Records. The album's material focuses on various social and political issues ranging from police brutality to drug abuse. It also presents a turning point in the career of Ice-T, who co-wrote the album's songs with lead guitarist Ernie C and performed as the band's lead singer.

Bloodlust is the sixth studio album by American heavy metal band Body Count. The track "Here I Go Again" is a re-recording of a demo track from Ice T's Return of the Real sessions. In its first week, it debuted at in the UK Rock and Metal Chart. The track "Black Hoodie" was nominated for Best Metal Performance at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards. The second track, No Lives Matter, deals with innocent African-American citizens who have been killed by cops.

Body Count (2) ‎– Manslaughter. Label: Sumerian Records ‎– SUM492. Layout – Daniel McBride. Lead Guitar – Ernie C. Producer – Body Count (2). Tracking By – Andrew P. Glover.

Although the world has become a kinder, more politically correct place since the band released its controversial self-titled debut in 1992, Body Count's fifth album, Manslaughter, makes it clear that the band has skipped the sensitivity classes. Whether Body Count are dealing with issues like gender, welfare, or addiction, things are always, for better or worse, dealt with as bluntly as possible.

Manslaughter, the first Body Count album in eight years, is Ice’s rejuvenated mission statement and a PSA of bringing back an old-school rap-metal sound to hip-hop, drawing forth lazy but apt comparisons to Rage Against the Machine and to a probably closer extent, Biohazard. Body Count’s album exists in a vacuum squarely set in 1992-1996, never quite venturing into nu-metal territory but veering dangerously close. And why wouldn’t it" Nu-metal produced some pretty in’ good tunes

Mass Murder Let the Bodies, bloodshed the brain the drain Victims unit On the corner - Manslaughter. Sometimes I sit back and I think I think about what manhood use to mean How men had to stand for something Man like my father, real men Men had to be 'bout something Men had to give a fuck Men had to power through it A man just can't give up Steel sharpens steel Weak's a deadly disease If you.

Credits

Ash Avildsen - A&R
Body Count - Primary Artist, Producer
Justin Borucki - Cover Art, Photography
Ernie C. - Guitar
Jerome Chapman - Actor
Ernest Cunningan - Composer
Vince Dennis - Composer
Dave Folgar - Actor
Andrew P. Glover - Engineer
Ice-T - Vocals
Ill Will - Drums
Jamey Jasta - Featured Artist
Juan of the Dead - Guitar
Alec Knox - Actor
Tracy Marrow - Composer
Louis Mayorga - Composer
Daniel McBride - Cover Art, Layout
Mike Muir - Composer
Andrew Oppenheim - Actor
Vincent Price - Guitar (Bass)
William Putney - Composer, Engineer, Mastering, Mixing, Producer
Randy Ray - A&R
Sean E Sean - Sampling, Vocals (Background)
Roy James Wilson - Actor

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Talk Shit, Get Shot Ernest Cunningan / Vince Dennis / Tracy Marrow / William Putney Body Count 3:48
2 Pray for Death Ernest Cunningan / Vince Dennis / Tracy Marrow / William Putney Body Count 3:41
3 99 Problems BC Tracy Marrow Body Count 3:10
4 Back to Rehab Ernest Cunningan / Vince Dennis / Tracy Marrow / William Putney Body Count 3:27
5 Manslaughter Ernest Cunningan / Vince Dennis / Tracy Marrow Body Count 3:13
6 Get a Job Ernest Cunningan / Vince Dennis / Tracy Marrow Body Count 3:02
7 Institutionalized 2014 Tracy Marrow / Louis Mayorga / Mike Muir Body Count 3:47
8 Pop Bubble Ernest Cunningan / Vince Dennis / Tracy Marrow / William Putney Body Count 3:25
9 Enter the Dark Side Ernest Cunningan / Vince Dennis / Tracy Marrow Body Count 3:31
10 Bitch in the Pit Ernest Cunningan / Vince Dennis / Tracy Marrow Body Count 3:01
11 Black Voodoo Sex Ernest Cunningan / Vince Dennis / Tracy Marrow Body Count 4:00
12 Wanna Be a Gangsta Ernest Cunningan / Vince Dennis / Tracy Marrow Body Count 3:46
13 I Will Always Love You Ernest Cunningan / Vince Dennis / Tracy Marrow Body Count 5:16
14 [Untitled] Body Count 3:22

Reemiel
This album is absolute fire, from the hardcore while still being easy relatable 'TALK SHIT GET SHOT' to the re-take on '99 PROBLEMS' (which many will hear and think that it's a Jay Z cover, but no Ice T actually did the original song that inspired him back in the day, Jay Z rocked it up a little bit and Ice T rocks it up even more here)... To a rock-ballad of sorts to soldiers at war in the emotional 'I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU'. With no fillers this is one of the best albums of 2014 if not THE best.