Jane Doe - Worse mp3 flac
- Album: Worse
- MP3: 1422 mb | FLAC: 1901 mb
- Released: 1999
- Style: Alternative Rock
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 948
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Jane Doe is the fourth studio album by American metalcore band Converge, released on September 4, 2001. The band's last on Equal Vision Records, it was produced by Matthew Ellard alongside guitarist Kurt Ballou, and features artwork created by vocalist Jacob Bannon. It is their first album to feature bassist Nate Newton and drummer Ben Koller, and the last to feature guitarist Aaron Dalbec; Converge's line-up has remained stable since.
Jane Doe - Worse Lyrics. I woke up this morning without you in my bed A note on the table said goodbye and take care Yeah I got a little crazy But it could have. But it could have been worse I guess I'm alright It could have been worse I must have got luck on my side Worse than it ende this time As long as I breathe Nothing gets me Immortal as long as I live. It could have been worse I guess I'm alright It could have been worse I must have got luck on my side Worse than it ended this time As long as I breathe Nothing gets me Immortal as long as I live
It was released on September 4, 2001, through Equal Vision Records, the band's last release on the label. It was produced by Matthew Ellard alongside guitarist Kurt Ballou, and features artwork created by vocalist Jacob Bannon. Although the album did not chart, it was received with immediate critical acclaim, with critics praising its poetic lyrics, dynamic range, ferocity and production. Jane Doe (album) history. Jane Doe (album) encyclopedia. Jane Doe (album) facts.
Jane Doe is often used describe a person of anonymity. People use it to mask their identity whether it be the female (Jane Doe) or male (John Doe) version. Converge used a specific Jane Doe that led to an album for the ages. This album is tacky, with intelligent lyrics that create a story about a girl that once was something, and now is nothing. For instance, Fault and Fracture are the holes and gaps in the relationship in which there are the occasional fight or argument
With the 2001 release of their fourth official studio album, Converge has put the final sealing blow on their status as a legend in the world of metallic hardcore. A relatively logical extension from the chain of events that led from Halo in a Haystack up to their split LP with Agoraphoric Nosebleed, Jane Doe seems completely watertight and flawless. Their churning, chaotic guitars are more dense and layered - fleshed out. Jakob Bannon's vocals seem somehow even more raw in the right places, more beautiful and ethereal in the others.
exactly how a grindcore/mathcore album should be. quick, to the point, filled to the breaking point with amazing riffs and grooves and having an actual album structure, rather than being a mere collection of tracks picked by their recording dates. 99. One of the greatest albums of the 21st century, Converge's Jane Doe is an undeniable colossus of punishing and ambitious metalcore. Despite being almost 20 years old, Jane Doe still stands as an impressively high watermark for metalcore music, both in terms of sound and ambition
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Music By, Lyrics By, Producer – B. Erkelens*
|2||How Are You (Live)
Music By – B. Erkelens*Music By, Lyrics By – A. Schuurmans*
- Published By – Tia Publishing
- Mastered At – Dance Wave Productions
- Marketed By – Dureco
- Distributed By – Music Net
- Arranged By – Jane Doe
- Artwork – Iris Westerveld
- Photography By – Ben Hofman
NotesTrack 2 recorded live at 013, Tilburg on October 14th 1999.
Made by KDG Entertainment B.V., Weesp/Holland
© 1999 BIEM / STEMRA
Published by Tia Publishing
Mastered at Dance Wave Productions
Marketed by Dureco
Distributed by Music Net
Issued in a cardboard sleeve.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8711211077423
- Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA