Meltdown - Meltdown mp3 album
Meltdown is the fourth studio album by Ash, which was initially released on 17 May 2004 through Infectious Records. On 8 March 2005 the album was released in the United States. It is a darker and heavier sounding record than Ash's previous studio album Free All Angels. Meltdown was released through Infectious Records on 17 May 2004. Meltdown" was released to American radio on 24 May 2005.
Meltdown may refer to: Meltdown (security vulnerability), affecting computer processors. Mutational meltdown, in population genetics. Nuclear meltdown, a severe nuclear reactor accident. Meltdown (festival) in London. Meltdown Records, a record label. Meltdown (Clearfield and Tilcsik book), a 2018 book on system failures by Chris Clearfield and András Tilcsik. Meltdown (Woods book), a 2009 book on the 2008 financial crisis by economist Thomas Woods. Meltdown (Image Comics), a comic book mini-series.
Meltdown (Icehouse album). Meltdown is a remix album by Australian rock synthpop band, Icehouse with tracks remixed by Australian electronic musicians and bands including Infusion, sonicanimation and beXta. It was released in October 2002 within Australia by dIVA Records (Icehouse founder Iva Davies' own label) under Warner Music Australia. The single "Lay Your Hands on Me" (Icehouse Vs. Speed Of Light) peaked at #85.
The Meltdown by The Meltdown, released 07 April 2017 1. Darkness Into Light 2. Crooked Country 3. Secret Life 4. Forever And Always 5. Don't Hesitate 6. How Funny Is Another Man's Pain 7. Better Days 8. Slow Fever 9. The Other Side 10. Colours In The Sky The Meltdown, Melbourne’s purveyors of the finest country soul, are delighted to announce the release of their self-titled debut album on 7th April, 2017 through HopeStreet Recordings. Recorded at Sing Sing, the album will be released digitally as well as on CD and vinyl LP and celebrated with an East Coast Tour in May 2017.
Meltdown is the second release and first full-length album by American musician Steve Taylor. Side one. "Meltdown (at Madame Tussaud's)" – 4:26. We Don't Need No Colour Code" – 2:43.
A remix album is a slightly more refreshing alternative to the cumbersome greatest-hits packages. Eight years after the remix album Full Circle, Meltdown offers various takes on Icehouse classics by the cream of Australia's DJs. Great efforts are made to update the Icehouse sound to a dance rather than art-obsessed generation and, as Iva Davies was one of the first Australian electro-pop pioneers, he is better placed than most for the treatment.
This album has an average beat per minute of 120 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 113/127 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.
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- Matrix / Runout (A-side): 10 105-A
- Matrix / Runout (B-side): 10 105-B