TERROR - Hard Lessons (OFFICIAL VIDEO). Taken from the album "Live By The Code".
Features Song Lyrics for The Faculty's Hard Lessons album.
Lessons is the fifth studio album by American hip hop duo Capone-N-Noreaga. The album was released on July 24, 2015, by Thugged Out Militainment and Penalty Records. The album features guest appearances from fellow American rappers Tragedy Khadafi, Royal Flush, The LOX and Raekwon. The album includes production from American record producers Ayatollah, Jahlil Beats, Large Professor, Scram Jones and Statik Selektah, among others. Studio album by. Capone-N-Noreaga.
Throughout his second solo album, Shiflett’s overdriven Marshall tones play nice with snaky slide licks and pedal steel from Paul Franklin, with nary a ballad in sight. Even his duet with country singer Elizabeth Cook, The One You Go Home To, has a saloon-brawl swagger. Guitar Player picked Shiflett’s brain and learned that you can put a punk rocker in Nashville, but you can’t make him turn down the gain. There’s a lot more guitar crunch on Hard Lessons compared to West Coast Town
Active from 2003-2014, performing over 700 concerts in 7 countries. In 700+ performances of The Hard Lessons, never once did we feel afraid on stage. We were with our closest family members, safe and free. That wasn't the case for those in Las Vegas this week, and perhaps increasingly into the future unless we do something about it.
Hard Lessons itself sounds like Shiflett blowing off steam. This Ol’ World finds him not so much lamenting the current political climate as confronting it head-on, opening with the lyric, Has this ol’ world lost its goddamn mind? Liar’s Word, with its cheeky refrain, Oh mama, have you heard? I’m about as good as a liar’s word, approaches romantic regret but, before it gets too close, swerves toward gleeful independence. Shiflett retained the ever-in-demand Dave Cobb (who also produced West Coast Town) to oversee Hard Lessons, coming up with an album that is bigger and bolder than its predecessor. It places Shiflett right in the sweet spot of all his musical interests. Though he’s been with Foo Fighters since 1999, Shiflett has consistently been active with a number of side projects.
Album (Land of the Lost). Hard (Jagged Edge album). Gasoline (disambiguation). Gasoline (The Hard Lessons album). Gasoline is an album by indie rock group The Hard Lessons, released by No Fun Records on May 28, 2005 (see 2005 in music).
Hard Lessons" is Shiflett's fourth solo album and the second in collaboration with Cobb, who produced 2017's widely praised "West Coast Town". Born in Santa Barbara and now based in Los Angeles, Shiflett is widely known as the guitarist for the FOO FIGHTERS as well as for his previous work with DEAD PEASANTS and NO USE FOR A NAME. Past guests include Merle Haggard, Dwight Yoakam, Chris Stapleton, Sheryl Crow, Mike Ness, Steve Earle, John Doe, Sturgill Simpson, Lee Ann Womack, Vince Gill and more. Tracklist: 1. Liar's Word (02:55) 2. This Ol' World (04:12) 3. Welcome To Your First Heartache (03:06) 4. The Hardest Lessons (02:58) 5. The One You Go Home To (03:14) 6. Fool's Gold (03:11) 7. I Thought You'd Never Leave (02:07) 8. Weak Heart (02:54) 9. Marfa on My Mind (02:55). 10. Leaving Again (02:30) 11. The Hardest Lessons (Reprise) (02:05).
Produced by Dave Cobb. The Hardest Lessons (Reprise) Lyrics. Lyrics for this song have yet to be released. Please check back once the song has been released. The Hardest Lessons (Reprise)" Track Info. Hard Lessons Chris Shiflett.
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Credits:Eddie Baranek - Primary Artist
Scott Bozack - Engineer, Mixing
Dave Feeny - Mastering
The Hard Lessons - Primary Artist
Craig Horky - Paintings