9 Reply to “ Ecstasy - Black Lab - I Feel Fine. (CD) ”

  1. Dec 19,  · The drums feel piped in from a cheap rhythm machine, and bass lines sound a little too rubbery than normal. And the guitars are sent through so .
  2. Product Description. The follow-up to Black Lab’s critically acclaimed Geffen debut Your Body Above Me (feat. "Wash it Away," “Time Ago”), See the Sun is a lush, epic union of heartbreak and rock & roll, diamond-cut lyrics set to hard candy melodies, raging guitars and gin-soaked stories of /5(23).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of I Feel Fine. on Discogs.5/5(2).
  4. Ecstasy in the Shadow of Ecstasy by Michelle Gurevich, released 1. Art of Life 2. Temptation 3. Feel More 4. For Old Time's Sake 5. Kiss 6. Here's the Part 7. Mrs. Robinson 8. Love from a Distance 9. Life Is Coming Back to Me.
  5. May 02,  · My first time: New Year’s Eve , in Downtown Los Angeles. It took about two hours to hit. Right after it started to come on, which felt like an overwhelming all-over body high, my friend who.
  6. Two Strangers by Black Lab () Audio CD Black Lab. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ Stream Technologie by Black Lab and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with I found a few favorites in River of Joy and Living too fast and hearing some familiar tracks revisited such as Ecstasy and Remember was a nice twist. /5(5).
  7. "If you smoke or vaporize cannabis, you feel the effects very quickly," Bonn-Miller says. "If you eat it, it takes significantly longer. It can take 1 to 2 hours to experience the effects from.
  8. See the Sun is the second LP by the American alternative rock band Black Lab. The album was released eight years after their debut, Your Body Above Me. Five of the twelve songs on the album had been released in on the EP I Feel Fine. Tracklist: See the Sun () Remember () Lonely Boy () Perfect Girl ()
  9. The best way to describe this CD would be the “light” side of Black Lab. YBAM was always thought of as “bad” U2 (not bad, but dark). When I listen to YBAM and See the Sun back to back I can’t help but think of the music video for Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me Kill Me by U2 when the black and white variations of the band fight each other.

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