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180-gram black vinyl. Stain is the third album by Living Colour, released in 1993 after previous albums Vivid and Time's Up. It is the first album to feature bassist Doug Wimbish (whose credits included work with Jeff Beck, Madonna, Mick Jagger, etc). Stain features a much heavier and aggressive Living Colour, containing elements of thrash metal and industrial music. It reached #26 on the Billboard 200. The band split up in January 1995, following a tour with Bad Brains. Produced by Ron "Bad Brains" St. Germain, Living Colour's Stain showed the band's darker side even more, as samples were now added to the sonic mix. The tracks were more focused and streamlined when compared to the all-encompassing compositions on 1990's Time's Up but were just as hard-hitting and thought provoking.
180-gram black vinyl. Stain is the third album by Living Colour, released in 1993 after previous albums Vivid and Time's Up. It is the first album to feature bassist Doug Wimbish (whose credits included work with Jeff Beck, Madonna, Mick Jagger, etc). Stain features a much heavier and aggressive Living Colour, containing elements of thrash metal and industrial music. It reached #26 on the Billboard 200. The band split up in January 1995, following a tour with Bad Brains. Produced by Ron "Bad Brains" St. Germain, Living Colour's Stain showed the band's darker side even more, as samples were now added to the sonic mix. The tracks were more focused and streamlined when compared to the all-encompassing compositions on 1990's Time's Up but were just as hard-hitting and thought provoking.
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Stain (Blk) [180 Gram] (Hol)
Artist: Living Colour
Format: Vinyl
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180-gram black vinyl. Stain is the third album by Living Colour, released in 1993 after previous albums Vivid and Time's Up. It is the first album to feature bassist Doug Wimbish (whose credits included work with Jeff Beck, Madonna, Mick Jagger, etc). Stain features a much heavier and aggressive Living Colour, containing elements of thrash metal and industrial music. It reached #26 on the Billboard 200. The band split up in January 1995, following a tour with Bad Brains. Produced by Ron "Bad Brains" St. Germain, Living Colour's Stain showed the band's darker side even more, as samples were now added to the sonic mix. The tracks were more focused and streamlined when compared to the all-encompassing compositions on 1990's Time's Up but were just as hard-hitting and thought provoking.
        
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