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Attila - Attila album mp3
Acid Rock,Hard Rock
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Attila is an album by Italian singer Mina, issued in 1979. Released as a double album in the winter of 1979, Attila was an immediate success and is one of the top 3 best-selling albums of the singer's career. At just sixteen years old, Mina’s son Massimiliano Pani made his debut as a songwriter with two tracks entitled: Sensazioni and Il vento. Anche un uomo was the ending theme of the TV quiz show Lascia o raddoppia? written by Mike Bongiorno, Anselmo Genovese and the famous "Mr. No" Ludovico Peregrini.

Villain is Attila’s seventh studio album and will be the first album in 12 years to be self-released. Once they released the first of a series of six singles, Three 6, in 2017, they announced their departure from Sharptone Records and that they will be going solo from now on. Chris Fronz Fronzak announced on December 21, 2018, that they would be releasing their new album, entitled Villain, on February 22, 2019. When talking about the new album, Fronz said. We all went through some pretty fucked up personal shit this year and we put it all into this album.

Chaos (Attila album). Chaos is the sixth full-length album by American metalcore band Attila. The album was released on November 4, 2016, through SharpTone Records. It is the band's first release on the label after leaving Artery Recordings, and is the first to be produced by Erik Ron, succeeding long-time producer Joey Sturgis. This is the last Attila album to feature Sean Heenan on drums.

Listen free to Attila – Attila (Wonder Woman, California Flash and more). They released a Self-Titled Album in 1970, which was such a commercial and critical disaster that it has been called "one of the worst albums ever recorded" and definitely Joel's worst record. This nickname alone and the fact that Billy Joel wa. iscover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.

The most fucked up album ever written gets released February 22nd.

Attila ‎(Cass, Album, RE). CBS Special Products. The original LP on Epic doesn't show up too often, so even if Joel visits the Long Island and New York City record stores to find copies of Attila to destroy, he might not find too many, which he should rest easy (although the Attila album had been reissued back in the 1980s, and tons of those Attila releases combined with.


Attila - Primary Artist
Billy Joel - Composer, Keyboards, Producer, Vocals
Irwin Mazur - Producer
Jonathan Small - Composer, Drums, Producer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Wonder Woman Billy Joel / Jonathan Small Attila 3:38
2 California Flash Billy Joel / Jonathan Small Attila 3:32
3 Revenge Is Sweet Billy Joel / Jonathan Small Attila 4:00
4 Amplifier Fire: Godzilla/March of the Huns Billy Joel / Jonathan Small Attila 7:39
5 Rollin' Home Billy Joel / Jonathan Small Attila 4:52
6 Tear This Castle Down Billy Joel / Jonathan Small Attila 5:49
7 Holy Moses Billy Joel / Jonathan Small Attila 4:30
8 Brain Invasion Billy Joel / Jonathan Small Attila 5:41

Worst album in history? Hardly. This seriously kicks ass. So it's only drums and organ. Where's the problem? Just imagine Deep Purple during a drums and organ solo. Same thing. This is seriously good rock music. Nothing else needs to be said.
Grand Funk Road had a child with Deep Purple. Sans guitar. There is some interesting power duo stuff going on with that Hammond/wah thing Joel has going with the drums but over all this record isn't a lost classic. Joel's singing errrrr... yelling along with the terrible mix is the problem more than anything. Far from the worst album ever but a recommendation for completists and psych fans only.
The real Attila sacking the Roman Empire had more subtlety, dynamics, groove and melodicism than this. Other than possibly providing Grand Funk Railroad with half an idea for the cover photography for "Survival," this album is worth having only to put on a repeating loop when you leave the house---because there isn't a burglar alive who'd even think about breaking in while hearing this blaring. Just be sure you hit the off switch ASAP when you return home. Then remember that someone else in rock and roll had the organ/drums duo idea earlier and actually knew what he was doing with it---Lee Michaels.
It's not very good, and Billy Joel has disowned it, but the sound differs little from much of the hard rock being created at the start of the 70s. The novelty is that it's only organ, drums, and vocals. Poorly executed, too loud, and boring, but hardly the worst rock ever committed to vinyl.
This album is dope yoDamn good, great songs11/10
The songs are bland and loud as hell. There are barely any melodies or hooks that stick, and the ones that do seem to have been stolen from other songs at the time. The minute the record stops playing, I never feel the desire to listen to it again, except to remind myself once a year that it's supposedly the worst album ever made. I always find that it isn't. Bottom line: It's not really a bad album, it's just so unremarkable that I find it hard to come up with anything interesting to say about it.
I went into the album expecting the absolute worst, although, I was pleasantly surprised. Billy Joel is killing it on the organ! This album I can't say even comes close to being four stars, but it wasn't as bad as it was cut out to be. The singer detracted a bit from Joel's organ playing, but I thought it was an interesting album. Must say that at a few points, I compared Billy's organ playing to Tom Morello's (Rage Against the Machine) guitar solos! Rating: 2.5
Interesting. These guys are torturing an organ and other musical instruments. Everything is exaggerated , sounds like a cacophony. Castles are torn down.