Slip is the debut studio album by American post-hardcore band Quicksand, released February 9, 1993 on the Polydor label. Omission" and "Unfulfilled" first appeared on their 1990 self-titled EP. Slip was well received by music critics and is now considered a classic in the post-hardcore and alternative metal genres, influencing many acts including Torche and Deftones.
Slipstream is the sixteenth studio album by Bonnie Raitt, released in April 2012. American Songwriter Magazine praised it as "her best album in years and one of the best of her 40-year career. Two singles were released from the album, a cover of Gerry Rafferty's "Right Down the Line", and "Used to Rule the World", both of which charted on the Billboard Triple A chart. The album also spawned a highly successful concert tour.
Slip Stream, Virginia Beach, Virginia. This is the second track on the John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band album, "Tough All Over" released on Scotti Brothers Records in 1985.
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|1||The Void "Aphotic Zone": Slipstream Diver City||Diver City||0:56|
|2||The Void "Aphotic Zone": Sea of Faces Diver City||Diver City||4:43|
|3||The Void "Aphotic Zone": The Undefined Diver City||Diver City||4:49|
|4||The Void "Aphotic Zone": Invisible Dancers Diver City||Diver City||4:20|
|5||The Release "Euphotic Zone": This Life Diver City||Diver City||3:21|
|6||The Release "Euphotic Zone": Take You There Diver City||Diver City||3:46|
|7||The Release "Euphotic Zone": A New Day Diver City||Diver City||2:57|
|8||The Release "Euphotic Zone": Set It Free Diver City||Diver City||12:11|