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Contraband is the debut studio album by American hard rock band Velvet Revolver, released on June 8, 2004 by RCA Records. A commercial success, Contraband debuted at number one on the American Billboard 200 chart and was certified double platinum by the RIAA. Velvet Revolver formed when Guns N' Roses musicians Slash (guitar), Duff McKagan (bass) and Matt Sorum (drums) combined to play at a benefit concert for fellow musician Randy Castillo in 2002.

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Авторы текста и музыки. Scott Weiland, Slash, Duff McKagan, Matt Sorum, Dave Kushner. SME (от лица компании "RCA Records"); Warner Chappell, Global Music Rights LLC, UBEM, BMG Rights Management, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, ARESA, CMRRA, PEDL, LatinAutor, Abramus Digital" и другие авторские общества (8). Композиция. Matt Sorum, Duff McKagan, Dave Kushner, Slash, Scott Weiland.

Released June 8, 2004. Featured on Velvet Revolver’s debut album; Lyrics by Scott Weiland. 2. Do it For the Kids Lyrics. Produced by Nick Raskulinecz. Written by Slash, Scott Weiland, David Kushner, Duff McKagan & Matt Sorum.

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Contraband is the debut studio album by American hard rock band Velvet Revolver, released on June 8, 2004 by RCA Records. A commercial success, Contraband debuted at number one on the American Billboard 200 chart and was certified 2x platinum by the RIAA. Velvet Revolver formed when three Guns N' Roses musicians - Slash (guitar), Duff McKagan (bass) and Matt Sorum (drums) - combined to play at a benefit concert for fellow musician Randy Castillo in 2002.

Velvet Revolver- Contraband. Whether you are a fan of this album or not, there IS some good music. Velvet Revolver is a ‘super group’ combining the forces between ex STP singer, Scott Weiland and the former band members of Guns N Roses, Slash, Duff McKagan, and Matt Sorum. The band also features Suicidal s Grooves rhythm guitarist Dave Kushner. This debut skyrocketed and brought the band into the limelight almost immediately. I have a mixture of feelings for this album

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Velvet Revolver From the album Fantastic 4 soundtrack Released: June 2005 Label: Wind-Up Tracklist: 1. Come On Come In Official music video. Melody And The Tyranny. Velvet Revolver From the album Libertard Released: June 2007 Label: RCA Tracklist: 1. She Builds Quick Machines, 2. Just Sixteen, 3. Psycho Killer, 4. The Making of Libertad, 5. Do It For The Kids (live video). She Builds Quick Machines. Velvet Revolver From the album Libertard Released: May 2007 Label: RCA Tracklist: 1. She Builds Quick Machines Official music video.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Sucker Train Blues Dave Kushner / Duff McKagan / Slash / Matt Sorum / Scott Weiland Velvet Revolver 4:27
2 Do It for the Kids Dave Kushner / Duff McKagan / Slash / Matt Sorum / Scott Weiland Velvet Revolver 3:55
3 Big Machine Dave Kushner / Duff McKagan / Slash / Matt Sorum / Scott Weiland Velvet Revolver 4:25
4 Illegal i Song Dave Kushner / Duff McKagan / Slash / Matt Sorum / Scott Weiland Velvet Revolver 4:17
5 Spectacle Dave Kushner / Duff McKagan / Slash / Matt Sorum / Scott Weiland Velvet Revolver 3:41
6 Fall to Pieces Dave Kushner / Duff McKagan / Slash / Matt Sorum / Scott Weiland Velvet Revolver 4:30
7 Headspace Dave Kushner / Duff McKagan / Slash / Matt Sorum / Scott Weiland Velvet Revolver 3:42
8 Superhuman Dave Kushner / Duff McKagan / Slash / Matt Sorum / Scott Weiland Velvet Revolver 4:15
9 Set Me Free Dave Kushner / Duff McKagan / Slash / Matt Sorum / Scott Weiland Velvet Revolver 4:07
10 You Got No Right Dave Kushner / Duff McKagan / Slash / Matt Sorum / Scott Weiland Velvet Revolver 5:35
11 Slither Dave Kushner / Duff McKagan / Slash / Matt Sorum / Scott Weiland Velvet Revolver 4:08
12 Dirty Little Thing Dave Kushner / Duff McKagan / Keith Nelson / Slash / Matt Sorum / Scott Weiland Velvet Revolver 3:57
13 Loving the Alien Dave Kushner / Duff McKagan / Slash / Matt Sorum / Scott Weiland Velvet Revolver 8:20

Velvet Revolver - Contraband album download

Performer: Velvet Revolver

Title: Contraband

Duration: 59:19

Style: Hard Rock

Recording location: Nrg

Genre: Rock/Pop

Size MP3: 1989 mb

Size FLAC: 1379 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

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Way better than “Libertad,” this debut has the better songs and chops of the two albums.
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Way better than “Libertad,” this debut has the better songs and chops of the two albums.
Awene
This team of ex-Guns n’ Roses musicians and Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland was rapturously received by rock fans in 2004. Perhaps we shouldn’t have been so quick to jump on board this ‘sucker train’. Nowadays it sounds like the last gasp of Rock as a mainstream force. All the elements that made up the mid-00s Modern Rock sound are here in excess: a dollop of grunge grit, filtered through a hair metal hangover, touched up with some of that pop-punk/emo ultra-compressed brick wall production. The result is the same as that other post-grunge supergroup, Audioslave: belligerent retro rock, fine-tuned to fill the bill at rock festivals and soundtrack frat parties. Of course, that doesn’t mean the record is bad. The reason this was billed as a supergroup was that these guys were all super talented. Weiland was a fantastic singer, who never got his proper due at the height of his success, but became more distinctive as time went on. This album is a superb showcase for his full range. Slash is the other superstar, and he delivers his share of showcase moments. Duff McKagen also makes his bass felt on occasion. There’s a sense of self-consciousness about the songwriting. ‘Sucker Train Blues’s murky intro could have come straight off Use Your Illusion. The riff of ‘Superhuman’ was obviously designed to recall ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’. Clichés also run rampant. On ‘Do It For The Kids’, Scott declares he “don’t even give a fuck!”– surely the lamest form of cultivating a ‘badass’ persona. He also plays of his reputation as a junkie to give the songs some second-hand street cred, which is quite sad in retrospect. ‘Set Me Free’, ‘Headspace’, ‘Superhuman’ and ‘Big Machine’ all have attention-grabbing introductions, but these cool moments are easy to forget once the songs reveal themselves to be mostly flat and unmelodic, reliant on one-line choruses. ‘Slither’ is the closest they come to a worthy anthem, with it’s tension-building intro, ‘slithering’ riff, and cathartic chorus. It and the cheesy-but-hard-to-resist ‘Fall To Pieces’ are the only songs on the record with peaks and troughs. There’s no dynamism to the production. The riffs, solos and words are piled on top on one another until all blend together into one amorphous mass. Weiland’s use of megaphone-style distortion on most songs doesn’t help un-muddy things. In the final moments of last track ‘Loving The Alien’, the noise drops out, revealing another chiming circular riff ala ‘Sweet Child’. It was there for most of the song, but only when the clutter is cleared away can it be appreciated. Given the talent involved, there just aren’t enough truly super moments to elevate this album to classic status. Whatever this albums virtues, it hard to ignore a niggling idea: if Velvet Revolver was state-of-the-art rock in 2004, then it’s no wonder that a decade later, the genre is on it's last legs.
Awene
This team of ex-Guns n’ Roses musicians and Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland was rapturously received by rock fans in 2004. Perhaps we shouldn’t have been so quick to jump on board this ‘sucker train’. Nowadays it sounds like the last gasp of Rock as a mainstream force. All the elements that made up the mid-00s Modern Rock sound are here in excess: a dollop of grunge grit, filtered through a hair metal hangover, touched up with some of that pop-punk/emo ultra-compressed brick wall production. The result is the same as that other post-grunge supergroup, Audioslave: belligerent retro rock, fine-tuned to fill the bill at rock festivals and soundtrack frat parties. Of course, that doesn’t mean the record is bad. The reason this was billed as a supergroup was that these guys were all super talented. Weiland was a fantastic singer, who never got his proper due at the height of his success, but became more distinctive as time went on. This album is a superb showcase for his full range. Slash is the other superstar, and he delivers his share of showcase moments. Duff McKagen also makes his bass felt on occasion. There’s a sense of self-consciousness about the songwriting. ‘Sucker Train Blues’s murky intro could have come straight off Use Your Illusion. The riff of ‘Superhuman’ was obviously designed to recall ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’. Clichés also run rampant. On ‘Do It For The Kids’, Scott declares he “don’t even give a fuck!”– surely the lamest form of cultivating a ‘badass’ persona. He also plays of his reputation as a junkie to give the songs some second-hand street cred, which is quite sad in retrospect. ‘Set Me Free’, ‘Headspace’, ‘Superhuman’ and ‘Big Machine’ all have attention-grabbing introductions, but these cool moments are easy to forget once the songs reveal themselves to be mostly flat and unmelodic, reliant on one-line choruses. ‘Slither’ is the closest they come to a worthy anthem, with it’s tension-building intro, ‘slithering’ riff, and cathartic chorus. It and the cheesy-but-hard-to-resist ‘Fall To Pieces’ are the only songs on the record with peaks and troughs. There’s no dynamism to the production. The riffs, solos and words are piled on top on one another until all blend together into one amorphous mass. Weiland’s use of megaphone-style distortion on most songs doesn’t help un-muddy things. In the final moments of last track ‘Loving The Alien’, the noise drops out, revealing another chiming circular riff ala ‘Sweet Child’. It was there for most of the song, but only when the clutter is cleared away can it be appreciated. Given the talent involved, there just aren’t enough truly super moments to elevate this album to classic status. Whatever this albums virtues, it hard to ignore a niggling idea: if Velvet Revolver was state-of-the-art rock in 2004, then it’s no wonder that a decade later, the genre is on it's last legs.