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This World (album)

Studio album by This World
ReleasedJuly 1996 ( 1996-07 )
RecordedDecember 1995 ( 1995-12 ) -April 1996 ( 1996-04 ) , The Garage, Reese Creek Montana
GenreWorld , progressive rock , CCM
Length61 : 38
LabelKohler Music Media
ProducerCookie Marenco , Rob Kohler , This World

The 50 anniversary reissue of David Bowie's 1970 studio album Man Who sell World will be released on November 6 under the title Metrobolist, which was the initial name Bowie had chosen for the record. The reissue will feature the original cartoon cover design that artist Mike Weller created for Metrobolist, slightly altered version of which was used for the cover of Man Who sell World when it was first released in the US in November 1970. The cover depicts a cowboy holding a rifle and standing in front of Londons Cane Hill psychiatric hospital. The 50 anniversary reissue was newly remixed by album's original producer, Tony Visconti, except for the track, After All, 2015 Visconti remix of which appears on the new reissue. Metrobolist will be available on CD, digitally, as a 180-gram Black-vinyl LP, and as a limited-edition color-vinyl disc. The colored-vinyl version will be pressed either on gold vinyl or on white vinyl. Man Who sell World enjoys little commercial success in the US, although it reached 21 on the UK chart. Its best-know song is is title track, which Nirvana famously covered during their classic MTV unplug performance. Man Who sell World got its UK release in April 1971, featuring a different cover photo of Bowie wearing a man's dress which Davids US label, Mercury Records, reject. When the album was first reissued in the US in 1972, another cover featuring a black-and-white photo of Bowie onstage replaced the cartoon. Later reissues have use man's dress photo. Heres full track list of Metrobolist / Man Who sell World: Width of Circle All Madmen Black Country Rock After All Running Gun Blues Saviour Machine She shake Me Cold Man Who sell World Supermen by Matt Friedlander Copyright 2020, ABC Audio.

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Background

Lil Uzi Vert s Eternal Atake is one of the best hip-hop projects of 2020. Not only that, but Philadelphia rhymer also released a deluxe edition of the project titled Eternal Atake-LUV Vs. World 2, which is a sequel to Uzis 2016 mixtape of the same name. The cover art for LUV Vs. World 2 is similar to Uzi's colorful 2016 mixtape artwork design Louis artist Fvrris and inspire by fan-favorite Scott Pilgrim graphic novels but with few differences. Both feature anime-inspire Lil Uzi Vert with a woman sitting atop his head. The Revamp LUVVTW 2 version features an outer space background with a woman wearing a purple jumpsuit and holding a special key while lying atop Uzi's yellow hair. New artwork has sparked many visual artists with Photoshop skills to design their own unique covers of Uzis LUVVTW album cover. For example, art designer SneakyFx transformed Uzis cover art into a homage to some of hip-hop's most popular rappers. One illustration turns LUVVTW's cover art into Travis Scotts Astroworld festival complete with rollercoaster and happy face insignia. Another artist, BrayzArtt, has a similar approach. Several of his drawings are in tribute to late rappers Pop Smoke, Juice Wrld and XXXTentacion. Other designers tap into Lil Uzi Verts alter ego, Baby Pluto, to create their masterpieces. Much of this artwork deals with out-of-this-World, space themes. Other designers flip Uzis cover art into anime while more artists create 3D covers and clay version of LUVVTW 2. In honor of one of the best albums to arrive this year, XXL showcases some of the best creative takes on Lil Uzi Vert Vs. World and LUV Vs. World 2 cover art. Take a look at some of the designers' ingenious work below.

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Release

Streaming your favorite artists ' new album the moment it comes out? Great. Seeing them trend at the top of charts, knowing theyre being enjoyed by fellow fans around the world? You are not alone. That is why today were excited to announce the launch of Spotify Weekly Music Charts, new way for artists and their fans to celebrate milestones on Spotify. Listeners have long been able to view top daily songs on Spotify, but this new Weekly offering brings recognitionand celebrationto whole new level. Expanding our Charts allows fans and artists alike to better share and enjoy pivotal music moments, as well as get a definitive snapshot of what music is having the most global impactfrom, new album releases to new hit singles. Take a look at what is new: Weekly Top 50 will celebrate the biggest albums and tracks in the world each week, Friday through Thursday, consisting of the US Weekly Album Chart, Global Weekly Album Chart, US Weekly Song Chart, and Global Weekly Song Chart published every Monday. US Top 10 Debuts and Global Top 10 Debuts list capture the biggest new releases on Spotify Friday through Sunday. These lists incorporate data from the first 72 hours song or album is live, giving an exciting early take on new music. Make sure to follow SpotifyCharts Twitter Account, which will publish new Charts every Monday, and look out for market-specific versions of each of these Charts coming soon! Check back Weekly to see who rise to the top.

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Album history Edit

While Petra was touring in support of More Power to Ya, they took break of six weeks during the summer of 1983 to record Not of this World. The album was recorded at Rivendell Recorders in Pasadena, Texas, while the vocals were recorded at Gold Mine Studios in Nashville, Tennessee. Mixing was also done at Rivendell, while mastering Take place at Future Disc Systems by Steve Hall. During recording, producer Jonathan David Brown decided not to use Louie Weaver. Instead, he invited session drummer Keith Edwards, who had worked previously on the Never Say Die album. In end, Weaver do add some finishing touches on cymbals. Not of this World is the third album of band to feature flying guitars in artwork, which was done again by Randy Rogers.

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AllMusic Review by Tim Sheridan

Table

No.TitleLength
1.'Remedy'2:57
2.'Suffocate' (featuring Sierra Swan)3:39
3.'Cure My Tragedy (A Letter to God)'3:55
4.'Stupid Girl' (Ward, Rivers Cuomo)3:09
5.'Dont Belong'3:40
6.'Wasted Years'4:07
7.'Whatever You Became'3:45
8.'Sad Happy'3:36
9.'Rain Song'3:37
10.'The Day Seattle Died'3:34
11.'Change the World'4:01
12.'Black Sunday'4:30
13.'Kill the Music Industry' (ends at 2:56; hidden track entitled 'Gone Away')19:13

Back by a stellar band that features such fine players as Brian Blade on drums and Brad Mehldau on piano, this sax player Is give daunting set-up in this world. Thankfully, promise pays off with a host of fine originals and a couple of surprising covers. Perhaps the most commendable aspect of Mark Turner's talent is his combination of melodic adventure and rich phrasing. Mesa, album's opening track, meanders from a relaxed melodic path to a switch-back road of surprises. And the closing rendition of the Beatles classic She Say, She Say is a deceptively breezy journey into the unknown. Fine horn voice in good form.

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Table2

YearChartPosition
2003The Billboard 2003
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