Spinal Tap - Break Like The Wind mp3 flac download
|Title:||Break Like The Wind|
|Date of release:||1992|
|MP3 album size:||1778 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1566 mb|
|Digital formats:||XM AIFF DMF VQF ASF TTA APE|
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All lyrics from Break Like The Wind album, popular Spinal Tap songs with tracklist and information about album. Album Break Like The Wind (1992). by Spinal Tap. Label MCA Records. Words By. Derek Smalls, David St. Hubbins, Nigel Tufnel. Music By.
Spinal Tap. Type: Full-length. Release date: March 17th, 1992. Catalog ID: MCAD10514. Drummer on track 14 unknown. Trivia: album also released in a "extra" longbox format as a mockery of the "longbox" format of CD's which was happening during the late 80's through the early 90's.
This song is by Spinal Tap, features Slash and appears on the album Break Like The Wind (1992). We are the children who grew too fastWe are the dust of a future pastWe raise our voices in the nightCrying to heavenAnd will our voices be heardOr will they break like the wind? We are the footprints across the sandsWe are the thumbs on a stranger's handWe made a promise in the nightSwearing to heavenIs this a promise we keepOr one we break like the wind?
Break Like The Wind" as written by Harry Shearer, Michael John Mckean and Christopher Guest. We are the children who grew too fast We are the dust of a future past We raise our voices in the night Crying to heaven And will our voices be heard Or will they Break Like The Wind
Break Like the Wind is a 1992 album by the semi-fictional band Spinal Tap. The title, from the album's title track, is a double entendre that combines and confuses the idiom "make like the wind " (. go away") with "break wind" (a euphemism for flatulence), and samples the classical guitar piece Concierto de Aranjuez by Rodrigo. The songs depict the range of genres that Spinal Tap endured, from the glam metal. Similarly, "The Sun Never Sweats" is implied to be the title track from their fictitious album of the same name, whose cover is shown on the packaging of the album This Is Spinal Tap.
Break Like the Wind is a 1992 album by the semi-fictional band Spinal Tap. The title, from the album’s title track, is a double entendre that combines and confuses the idiom make like the wind (. go away ) with break wind (a euphemism for flatulence), and samples the classical guitar piece Concierto de Aranjuez by Rodrigo. The songs depict the range of genres that Spinal Tap endured, from the glam metal anthem Bitch School down to the skiffle satire of All the Way Home.