Down (3) - Stone The Crow (CD)

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  1. Faeshicage Reply
    Stone The Crows Featuring Maggie Bell. by Stone The Crows | out of 5 stars 7. Audio CD £ £ 7. 99 The Best Of Sound & Vision [CD+DVD] by Maggie Bell | out of 5 stars Audio CD £ £ Get it.
  2. Tojarg Reply
    While containing some riffs that are as heavy as anything else here, the gentle harmonies, soaring chorus and arena-sized guitar solo reveal a hint of (whisper it) stadium rock creeping into Down’s unholy sound. This is soft rock in the hardest sense, obviously, as ‘Stone the Crow’ puts the heaviest offerings of 99% of rock bands to shame.
  3. Dougami Reply
    Down is the New Orleans based band fronted by Phil Anselmo, best known as the frontman in Pantera. "Stone the Crow" is their most popular song; it was written by Anselmo and guitarist Pepper Keenan. Is there a deep, philosophical meaning to this song, which finds Anselmo singing about how he's never.
  4. Zolokazahn Reply
    Stone The Crow Chords - Down, Version (1). Play Stone The Crow Chords using simple video lessons.
  5. Jum Reply
    Lyrics: A bout of deep depression. Can't seem to move it forward. My lying eyes lie awake. Not sure what I am after. I never died before. Can't help what hap.
  6. Maurn Reply
    * Items below may differ depending on the release. Down Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email AlertsMissing: Stone The Crow.
  7. JoJotaur Reply
    Manufactured in Germany by EastWest Records GmbH / Elektra on vinyl & CD (cat. # / ), Released on CD in Japan by EastWest Japan (cat. # AMCY).
  8. Dutaur Reply
    IT WAS RELEASED ON THE EAST WEST LABEL BMG ISSUE () OUT OF THE U.S. THE JEWEL CASE, INSERTS & THE CD ARE VERY GOOD+++ TO LIKE NEW. Stone The Crow Temptation's Wings Hail The Leaf Seller Rating: % positive.
  9. Mikalkis Reply
    Stone the Crow is like Lynyrd Skynyrd goes metal - see: southern metal. The closing ultra-heavy Bury Me in Smoke brings down the hammer slowly and steadily. None of the riffs is very fast, but with enough repetition all are "holy crap". There is only ecxellent musicianship with some legendary riffing.

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