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Boris - Floor Shaker mp3 album

Boris  - Floor Shaker mp3 album
Performer: Boris
Title: Floor Shaker
Released: 2008
Style: Doom Metal, Heavy Metal
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 467
MP3 size: 1213 mb
FLAC size: 1850 mb

Smile -Live at Wolf Creek- is the second live album by Japanese experimental band Boris. It was released through Daymare Recordings On November 21, 2008, featuring guest musician Michio Kurihara of Ghost. It was recorded live in Wolf Creek, California, in May 2008. The track listing follows the American version of Smile, with the tracks "Pink", "Statement" b-side "Floor Shaker", and "Rainbow" added.

Comes in jewel box case with no cover. Listed as one song but is divided into 27 tracks when put into a computer.

Songs start at USD . 9. Released: 11 Mar 2008. 2008 Southern Lord Recordings.

Compilation album CD and Live bonus DVD by. Boris. Floor Shaker" (Originally included as a B-side on the "Statement" single; also released in full as a promo CD). 5:47. メッセージ - Statement" - 4:28. Floor Shaker" - 6:09. 虹が始まるとき - Rainbow" - 5:29. となりのサターン - My Neighbor Satan" - 6:49.

On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Boris - Floor Shaker. Photo of Boris - Floor Shaker. More albums of Boris : Smile -Live At Wolf Creek-.

From the Album Floor Shaker (2008). com) Floor Shaker (Original No Cut Version). From the Album Boris With Michio Kurihara "Rainbow" (2006). From the Album Altar (2006). The Sinking Belle (Blue Sheep) Akuma No Kuma Fried Eagle Mind Blood Swamp. From the Album Pink (2005).


1 Floor Shaker (Original No Cut Version) 8:27

This is a promo disc sold exclusively through Inoxia Records. If you purchased Smile and Smile -Live at Wolf Creek- CDs plus any Boris shirt, you could include this disc in the bundle. It has no proper sleeve art, just the disc. The audio content, though only the single song of 8:27, is split into a huge amount of very short tracks to discourage the ripping process. Evidently they hadn't heard of EAC (or even iTunes' joining rip mode)! It's a great song though, one of their best. It should have been included on the Smile US vinyl. Instead, it's relegated to this obscure disc and the Statement 7"/Variations, which are the lame fadeout version.
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