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9 thoughts on “ Bi - Living Colour - Stain (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. With Living Colour, Will Calhoun, Corey Glover, Vernon Reid. Living Colour performs in the music video "Bi" from the album "Stain" recorded for Epic Records. The music video opens with shots of the band performing in front of a glittery curtain. Corey Glover sings while the band plays. Clips of people at a sexually charged party feature throughout.
  2. Stain, an Album by Living Colour. Released 2 March on Epic (catalog no. EK ; CD). Genres: Funk Metal, Hard Rock. Featured peformers: Will Calhoun (drums, percussion), Corey Glover (vocals), Vernon Reid (guitar, aka_text {synth guitar} role_id aka_text), Doug Wimbish (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text, electronics), Living Colour (producer), Ron Saint Germain.
  3. Everybody wants you when you're bi Looking at the girls and eyeing all the guys Everybody loves you when you're bi But the tension and the passion's double amplified My lover told me, well, that she's bi I wanted to scream, there were tears in my eyes She said baby, baby, don't you cry 'Cause the one I am with, you've been seeing on the side.
  4. Stain is the third album by Living Colour. It was released on March 2, , by Epic Records. It is the first album to feature bassist Doug Wimbish. Stain features a much heavier and aggressive Living Colour, containing elements of thrash metal and industrial music. It reached No. 26 on the Billboard /5(22).
  5. But, "Stain" is a dynamic album and contains what is Living Colour's greatest song ever--"Bi." A perfect blend of pop, r&b and heavy metal, without a trace of preachiness, witty yet serious, it's light tone contributing to its provocativeness--"Bi" represents Living Colour at their musical and lyrical best and for that alone makes "Stain" a /5(73).
  6. Listen free to Living Colour – Stain (Go Away, Ignorance Is Bliss and more). 13 tracks (). After wrapping up their stint with Lollapalooza '91, Living Colour took some time off to decide what to do next. Shortly after, bassist Muzz Skillings and the rest of the band decided to part company and was replaced by session ace Doug Wimbish (whose credits included work with Jeff Beck, Madonna.
  7. If some listeners are concerned with the insistent nature of the LP’s beginning, they will be pleased to hear that the latter half of ‘Stain’ is a much more diverse and experimental group of songs. One new direction which Living Colour dabble in on a couple of the tracks is the industrial genre.

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