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Stuck Mojo - Violated download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Violated
Style:
Funk Metal, Heavy Metal
Released:
1996
Country:
Germany
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1821 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1402 mb
WMA vers. size:
1569 mb
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4.4 ★
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Pigwalk is the second full-length album released by rap metal group Stuck Mojo. This album is considered to be a milestone in the rap metal genre. Stuck Mojo performed "(Here Comes) The Monster" and "Mental Meltdown" on MTV's 1996 Headbanger's Ball. A music video for "Pigwalk" was also made. Despite this, the album found little mainstream success, much like the previous album, Snappin Necks.

Target sick of the black bullshit crime is prime time check out the news How many times I trust then cuss leave in the end in full Discuss point blank give up loot or I am gonna shoot. Con me, beg me, rob me, violated Stalk me, beat me, rape me, violated Con me, beg me, rob me, violated Stalk me, beat me, rape me, violated

Stuck Mojo is an American rap metal band from Atlanta, Georgia. Formed in 1989 by bassist Dwayne Fowler. Stuck Mojo is considered to be one of the pioneers of rap metal. They have toured alongside bands such as Machine Head and Slapshot. Stuck Mojo's most successful album, Rising, peaked at No. 48 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart. The band disbanded in 2000, reforming five years later. In 2006, their original vocalist, Bonz, was replaced by rapper Lord Nelson.

Band Name Stuck Mojo. Type EP. Data de aparición 1999. Labels Century Media. Estilo MusicalNu Metal. Miembros poseen este álbum7.

Tracklist

1 Violated 3:11
2 U.B.Otch 4:42
3 Sweet Leaf 3:36
4 Pizza Man 2:18
5 F.O.D. (Live) 4:12
6 Monster (Live) 3:52

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Magic Arts
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Century Media
  • Recorded At – 360 Studios, Inc., Atlanta, GA
  • Distributed By – RED Distribution
  • Distributed By – SPV
  • Distributed By – Rough Trade
  • Distributed By – House Of Kicks
  • Distributed By – Plastic Head
  • Distributed By – WMD
  • Distributed By – NSM Records
  • Distributed By – Disctrade
  • Distributed By – Flying Records
  • Distributed By – Donosti Rock
  • Distributed By – Música Alternativa
  • Distributed By – Metal Mind Productions
  • Distributed By – Globus
  • Distributed By – M.A.B. Records
  • Distributed By – Rock City
  • Distributed By – Voices Of Wonder
  • Distributed By – Spinefarm Records
  • Distributed By – Nordic Metal
  • Pressed By – Dureco

Credits

  • Cover, Artwork – Dave Johnson
  • Engineer – Sean "Big Red Delicious" Johnson*
  • Layout, Design – Carsten Drescher, Media Logistics
  • Legal [Representation] – Lee Beitchman
  • Management – Drastic Measures , Willis Entertainment
  • Producer, Liner Notes – Rich Ward

Notes

This release is "binational", produced both for the European and the US market.

Catalog numbers:
- U.S.A.: 7822-2
- Europe: 77122-2

Although the backcover indicates tracks 5 & 6 as "live", the CD face says: "Warning: Don't believe everything you hear - tracks 5 & 6 feature fake live audience stolen from various recordings in our collection."

Studio: 360 Studio's, Atlanta, Ga.

© Magic Arts 1996
℗ Century Media 1996

Distributed by RED Distribution.

Distribution: SPV in Germany; Rough Trade in Benelux; House Of Kicks in Sweden; Plastic Head in UK; WMD in France; NSM Records in Austria; Disctrade in Switzerland; Flying Rec. in Italy; Donosti Rock in Spain; Musica Alternativa in Portugal; MMP in Poland; Globus, Ma. Bona in Czech Republic; Rock City in Greece; Voices Of Wonder in Norway; Spinefarm in Finland; Nordic Metal in Denmark.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (U.S.A.): 7 27701 78222 5
  • Barcode (U.S.A., scanned, UPC A): 727701782225
  • Barcode (Europe): 7 277017 712223
  • Barcode (Europe, scanned, EAN 13): 7277017712223
  • Label Code: LC 6975
  • Matrix / Runout: DURECO [01] 77122-2
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5602

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
77122-2, CD 77122-2 Stuck Mojo Violated ‎(CD, EP, Promo, Car) Century Media, Century Media 77122-2, CD 77122-2 Germany 1996
CM 1060-2, 77122-2 Stuck Mojo Violated ‎(CD, EP, Dig) Century Media, Century Media CM 1060-2, 77122-2 1996
  • Mavegar
'Violated' is a six-song EP by rap metal band Stuck Mojo, released prior to the groups second album, 'Pigwalk', and originally intended only for European audiences. The disc consists of four studio recordings, including early versions of 'Violated' and 'Back in the Saddle' (titled 'U.B.Otch' here), which would go on to appear on the 'Pigwalk' and 'Rising' albums respectively, (and much-improved, I might add). A Black Sabbath cover, and EP exclusive 'Pizza Man' are also included, and these are probably the only reasons to own this disc. Especially the latter, which is actually a really cool song, despite only being just over two minutes long!Then there's two live tracks. Personally, I'm always sceptical about early rock releases like this with "live" songs. The quality is very raw, and the audience sound pretty fake, but either way, they're not really songs I'm bothered about. Stuck Mojo are easily one of my all-time favourite bands, and guitarist Rich Ward is one of my absolute heroes as a musician, but overall, this release is one for the die-hard fans (and surely I'm not the only one!). The music is rough and gritty and the attitude and energy is easily apparent, but there's not really anything here that is either relevant or not improved-upon with later recordings.
  • Lightbinder
Unfortunately it CD doesn't really say anything other than who produced the EP. So I have no idea. :-(
  • Zan
Did Corey Lowery and Frank Fontsere play on this EP?