Thrust is a jazz-funk album by Herbie Hancock, released in September 6, 1974 on Columbia Records. It served as a follow-up to Hancock's album Head Hunters (1973), and achieved similar commercial success, as the album reached as high as number 13 on the Billboard 200 listing. The lineup for Thrust is the same as on Head Hunters, except that Mike Clark replaced Harvey Mason on drums. This is Hancock's fourteenth album overall.
blood from all the biggest artists like some leeches So they nominate 'em, get 'em there, get a name to MC the show Every parasite needs a host (haha) Then give Album of the Year to somebody that no one's ever even heard of All I know is I wrote every single word to Everything I ever murdered Time to separate the. sheep from goats (yeah) And I got no faith in your writers, I don't believe in ghosts When rap needed it most, I was that wing and a prayer A beacon of hope, put a B-I-R-D in the air Somewhere some kid is bumpin' this while he lip-syncs in the mirror That&apo. And far as Lord Jamar, you better leave me the hell alone Or I'll show you an Elvis clone Walk up in this house you own, thrust my pelvic bone Use your telephone and go fetch me the remote Put my feet up and just make myself at home I belong here, clown! Don't tell me 'bout the culture! I inspired the Hopsins, the Logics, the Coles, the Seans, the K-Dots, the 5'9"s, and oh Brought the world 50 Cent, you did squat, piss and moan But I'm not gonna fal. itch! (yeah).
Thrust is a force or a push. When a system pushes or accelerates mass in one direction, there is a thrust (force) just as large in the opposite direction. In math and physics, this is described by Isaac Newton’s second and third laws. Thrust is used to describe how strongly an engine pushes. It can be used for many kinds of vehicles and engines such as rockets, motorboats, propellers, and jet engines.
Learn why you need the barbell hip thrust in your workout regimen, and try these effective variations to get even more out of your glute workout. Muscles Targeted by the Barbell Hip Thrust. First of all, the hip thrust uses the gluteus maximus (the upper glute muscle), gluteus medius (the lower glute muscle), the quadriceps, and the hamstrings. As a bonus, hip thrusts also involve the entire core, including the muscles referred to as stabilizer muscles that help us keep our balance and keep our spine stable. Benefits Of The Barbell Hip Thrust. Basically, if you want to take your backside to the next level, you need to be doing hip thrusts. The problem with this is that when the glutes, lower body, and low back are underdeveloped and weak, you can become susceptible to overarching during the press. This can lead to hyperextension and low back pain. On the other hand, if your glutes and backside are strong, your glutes will fire correctly and your low back will have sufficient stabilization to avoid overarching, lending you the needed power to push through your heavy press. More Power and Better Performance.
Hip Thrust With Bands. If you don’t have chains, or want to mix it up, try using a band over your hips. There are several different ways to do this. After you have mastered the basic movement, you may be ready to progress to the Barbell Hip Thrust! In this exercise, like the ones above it, it’s really important that your body functions as a unit, making sure that your core stays braced, your spine stays neutral, and there are no jerky movements. It’s better to do this properly at a lower weight, than to use a higher weight and risk an injury. Set up the barbell parallel to the bench.
I found this album in the trash when I was 10 in 1976. There was also a BOOTZY and a few FRANK ZAPPAS. I started my record collection the right way ! Oh, and a GIL SCOTT HERON too ! Michael BauersМісяць тому. Togo BurrowsМісяць тому. amazing how Herbie Hancock has kept evolving and growing through the years. listen and receive! Roderick Downing5 місяців тому. On the way to Reforger 74 with the First Infantry Division I bought this album for $ . 0 cents put it in my foot locker with a tiny record player with no speaker played it when we got to Germany put my head next to the needle and said to my fellow soldiers (brothers) this album is bad,they didn't say anything.
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- Engineer – Jay Henry
- Executive Producer – Charles Ibgui, Roni Abitbol
- Producer – John Lee
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