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Clay People - Stone Ten Stitches album mp3
Hard Rock,Heavy Metal
  • Performer:
    Clay People
  • Title:
    Stone Ten Stitches
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Hard Rock,Heavy Metal
  • Date of release:
    January 28, 1997
  • Recording date:
    February, 1996 - April, 1996
  • Duration:
    48:20
  • Recording location:
    Track In The Box, Baltimore, MD
  • Size FLAC version
    1277 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1465 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1136 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    914
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The Clay People is The Clay People's fourth full-length release, and their most successful. Released on Slipdisc Records (a Mercury affiliate) in 1998. Mechanized Mind (4:02). Calling Spaceship: Damien Grief (5:22). Car Bomb (Am I Human?) (4:21). Dying To Be You (4:02). Brian McGarvey: Guitar. Mike Guzzardi: Guitar. D. Patrick Walsh: Bass Guitar.

1997 - Stone - Ten Stitches/The Clay People - Stone - Ten Stitches. 1997 - Stone - Ten Stitches/01 Intro (Stitches). 1997 - Stone - Ten Stitches/02 Stone. 1997 - Stone - Ten Stitches/The Clay People - Stone - Ten Stitches. 1997 - Stone - Ten Stitches/10 A Strange Da. lac - 4. 8. 1997 - Stone - Ten Stitches/03 Bloodsuckers. 1997 - Stone - Ten Stitches/04 Pariah.

The Clay People is an American alternative rock band based in Albany, New York, United States. Singer Daniel Neet has been the only constant member throughout the band's history, providing lyrics and a frontman persona, while an ever-changing lineup of musicians shaped the sound of the band as its style evolved from American cold wave to post-grunge rock.

Back from the brink of self destruction, The Clay People seems finally poised to return with a new album as vocalist Daniel Neet tells ReGen about his battle with addiction and the band’s evolution into a tight-kni. ще. The Clay People InterView: Conquering the Colossus. 1 января в 21:22 · Доступно всем. 1 комментарий · Новость целиком.

This song is by The Clay People and appears on the album Stone - Ten Stitches (1997) and on the compilation Re-Constriction's 10 Year Anniversary CD (1996). Come, let me put my arms around youCome, let me pray beside youCome, let me show you a true godCome, let me put my arms around youCome, let me pray beside youCome, let me show you a true god. We are watching while you sleepWe are the nightmares in your dreamsWe are everywhereWe are everywhere.

On their self-titled fifth album, the Clay People haven't let time diminish their anger-fueled music, part hard rock, part electronic. Singer Dan Neet and guitarist Brian McGarvey may be the only original members remaining, but they've put together a new band that has no problem expanding their sound.

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Credits

Clay People - Primary Artist
Cheryl Fair - Photography
McGarvey - Bass, Guitar, Programming, Vocals (Background)
Daniel Neet - Composer
Patrick Walsh - Art Direction, Design

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Intro Daniel Neet Clay People 1:26
2 Stone Daniel Neet Clay People 4:01
3 Bloodsuckers Daniel Neet Clay People 3:53
4 Pariah Daniel Neet Clay People 3:11
5 Spider's Bride Daniel Neet Clay People 4:35
6 Pandora Complex Daniel Neet Clay People 4:35
7 Mechanized Mind Daniel Neet Clay People 4:03
8 T.M.S. Daniel Neet Clay People 4:35
9 Little Jack Daniel Neet Clay People 6:35
10 A Strange Day Daniel Neet Clay People 5:53
11 Stone Daniel Neet Clay People 5:33