Across - Waiting In A Hole FLAC album
One of the best rock songs ever written in the history of rock songs. Off of their 1992 album Dirt.
Waiting in a Hole Side A by ACROSS, released 03 February 2017 Across-Waiting in a Hole c-13 self released 2007 i put out a tape a year before this under the name "Boring Circumcision" but i don't have it anymore. this was gonna be a boring circumcision tape but i changed the name to across. i made a t shirt that came with this tape but i dont have one of those either. Across-Waiting in a Hole c-13. i put out a tape a year before this under the name "Boring Circumcision" but i don't have it anymore.
Down in a Hole" is a power ballad by Alice in Chains, and the fifth and last single from their album Dirt (1992). It is the twelfth song on most pressings of the album and fourth or eleventh on others. The song was written by guitarist and vocalist Jerry Cantrell for his then-girlfriend, Courtney Clarke. The single spent 21 weeks on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks and peaked at No. 10. The song was included on the compilation albums Nothing Safe: Best of the Box (1999) and Music Bank (1999)
Listen to music from ACROSS like Soft Drift Side A, a & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from ACROSS. There are two known bands with the name Across 1) a death metal band 2) a noise project based out of Philadelphia, PA touching on harsh noise, black/dark ambient and neo-folk.
Down in a Hole is the debut studio album by actor Kiefer Sutherland, produced by Jude Cole from the label Ironworks which Sutherland co-owns. The album was released on August 19, 2016. Down in a Hole is a country album containing 11 songs written by Sutherland and Cole. The actor first announced his venture in music in 2015. The first single "Not Enough Whiskey" was released on March 28, 2016.
Progressive Alternative Metal. Every time I look I feel every time sentimental thoughts that bleed digging in a hole so deep try if you can to find me I dwell somewhere between the truth and what It means nothing is quite what it seems So hit the lights and set me free to cross into a dimension so silent. ly bring forth the burning blaze that lives inside of me so far it seems that I better believe in anything but all the voices that I hear So come on set me free. been waiting for. Desensitized. Suffocate the voices penetrate the noises through walls of deceit I move to see what this could be and tread ever so softly across this blue sky I will survive through moments of clarity bathed in severity desperate conviction time elapse addiction color me in shades so deep I shudder when the angels weep for these eyes I still do keep a piece.
Waiting in Vain" is a song written by reggae musician Bob Marley and recorded by Bob Marley & The Wailers, for his 1977 album Exodus. Released as a single, it hit number twenty-seven in the UK Singles Chart. The single was one of only a few of Marley's Island singles to feature a non-album B-Side, this being the song "Roots", an outtake from the Rastaman Vibration sessions.
Thursday released their debut album, Waiting, in late 1999 with original guitarist Bill Henderson, who left the band in 2000 and was replaced by Steve Pedulla. The band gained popularity with the release of their second album, Full Collapse, in 2001, and released their third album and major label debut, War All the Time, in 2003, which reached number seven on the US Billboard Top 200 Albums chart. Thursday released their fourth album, A City by the Light Divided, in 2006, and two further albums, Common Existence and No Devolución, before announcing an indefinite hiatus in 2011
Down in a Hole originated from a collaboration with Jude Cole, whom Sutherland founded Ironwork Records with in 2002. According to Rolling Stone, Sutherland showed Cole a pair of tracks in early 2015, which he’d intended for other artists. However, those songs eventually morphed into Sutherland’s album, which he calls, "the closest thing I've ever had to a journal or diary. Likewise, the Rolling Stone report describes the 11-song album as folk-tinged. 25 Actors Turned Musicians. Previously, Ironworks released music from artists like Lifehouse and Billy Boy on Poison.
Album: MTV Unplugged: Alice In Chains (Live), 1996. On tour this spring and summer. Lyrics: Bury me softly in this womb I give this part of me for you Sand rains down and here I sit Holding rare flowers In a tomb, in bloom Down in a hole and I don't know if I can be saved See my heart I decorate it like a grave You don't understand who they thought I was supposed. to be Look at me now a man Who won't let himself be Down in a hole, feelin' so small Down in a hole, losin' my soul I'd like to fly, but my wings have been so denied Down in a hole and they've put all the stones in their place I've eaten the sun so my tongue Has.