Tear Gas - Tear Gas mp3 flac
- Album: Tear Gas
- MP3: 1111 mb | FLAC: 1906 mb
- Released: 1971
- Style: Hard Rock
- Rating: 4.4/5
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Tear Gas is the fourth album by The Jacka consisting of 19 songs. It sold 5,800 copies in its first week of release, charting at on the Billboard Top 200. This album had two singles, "Glamorous Lifestyle" with Andre Nickatina and "All Over Me" with Matt Blaque. An additional video was also made for the Freeway assisted track "They Dont Know". All Over Me" featuring Matt Blaque peaked at on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, making it both artists' only charting single to date.
Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Tear Gas collection. Renaissance was a US label based in Pasadena California. I believe the late Michael Piper owned it.
This is considered the 3rd solo album by Jacka from the Mob Figaz. The album was widely acclaimed in the streets, particularly in the Bay Area, and included a wider reach of music and features from artists who were not typically associated with the Mob Figaz, including Zion I, Devin the Dude, Andre Nickatina and Paul Wall. The album was released a few years before a number of police actions involving the death of African Americans, including Oscar Grant at the Fruitvale Bart Station in Oakland
Album Name Tear Gas. Type Album. Labels Harvest Records Regal Zonophone. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album3. 1. That's What's Real. 3. Lay It on Me. 4. Woman for Sale.
It went on to become The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, without David Batchelor on vocals.
The name Tear Gas has been used by at least two artists. One is a Scottish rock band who recorded two albums in the early 70's. The other is a currently active hardcore punk band from Brisbane, Australia. The below description refers to the Scottish rock band, Tear Gas. Tear Gas produced two albums : Piggy Go Getter in 1970 and Tear Gas in 1971.
The Glasgow-based prog/heavy/rockers Tear Gas (originally known as Mustard) released their second album in 1971 establishing themselves on the underground scene. Wullie Monro and Eddie Campbell left the band. Wullie joined Berserk Crocodiles (see Dream Police) and Ted McKenna from the freshly collapsed Dream Police replaced him. Eddie Campbell quit for whatever reason - perhaps just tired of touring - and was not instantly replaced