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Crowbar - Life's Blood for the Downtrodden mp3 download

Performer: Crowbar
Title: Life's Blood for the Downtrodden
Style: Heavy Metal,Sludge Metal,Alternative Metal,Doom Metal
Duration: 49:55
Released: February 8, 2005
Size MP3 version: 1417 mb
Size FLAC version: 1790 mb
Size WMA version: 1707 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 624
Genre: Pop Rock

Crowbar - Life's Blood for the Downtrodden mp3 download

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Опубликовано: 20 апр. 2016 г. "Lifesblood for the Downtrodden" (2005). The Violent Reaction 37:44 11. Lifesblood 42:42. All rights reserved to Crowbar.

Lifesblood for the Downtrodden is the eighth studio album which was released by Crowbar on February 8, 2005, on Candlelight Records. Its working title in 2004 had been You Don't Need an Enemy to Have a War. It is dedicated to the memory of Dimebag Darrell, who died after the band had recorded the album. Coming Down" appeared on Fear Candy 13, a compilation CD issued by the British extreme metal magazine Terrorizer.

Lifesblood for the downtrodden is a pretty significant album in itself, because not only was Rex Brown hired to play acoustic guitar, bass and keyboards, he was also the album’s producer. It must have been a shock then, to learn that Dimebag Darrell, a former bandmate of Pantera, had been murdered at a time when Crowbar’s eighth album was still being produced. Although Lifesblood for the downtrodden doesn’t offer any real surprises, it still proves to be yet another solid Crowbar release. Aside from producing the album, Rex Brown spends most of his time playing bass on every song, which turns out to be quite an audible and prominent instrument throughout.

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Lifesblood for the Downtrodden. Lifesblood for the Downtrodden Tracklist.

The ending track, Life’s Blood, is pretty far-out stuff. It’s acoustic throughout (except for a few electric lead-lines) and pretty psychedelic at times, and is definitely easiest to digest with some sort of stimulant onboard. It captures the very dark, gloomy, and claustrophobic feel of the album in a great way, and is such a perfect way to end off things.

Lifesblood for the Downtrodden (2005) by Crowbar. Labels: Candlelight Records. Genres: Sludge Metal Members: Kirk Windstein, Rex Brown, Craig Nunenmacher. Lifesblood for the Downtrodden. Album (Studio full-length).

Dead Sun. Holding Something. The Violent Reaction.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 New Dawn Crowbar 3:59
2 Slave No More Crowbar 4:28
3 Angels Wings Crowbar 2:54
4 Coming Down Crowbar 5:19
5 Fall Back to Zero Crowbar 6:27
6 Underworld Crowbar 2:59
7 Dead Sun Crowbar 3:39
8 Holding Something Crowbar 4:08
9 Moon Crowbar 3:48
10 The Violent Reaction Crowbar 4:58
11 Lifesblood Crowbar 7:16


Rex Brown - Audio Production, Guitar (Acoustic), Keyboards, Producer, String Bass
Pat Bruders - Group Member, Guitar (Bass)
Tommy Buckley - Drums, Group Member
Scott Campbell - Engineer, Mixing
Crowbar - Primary Artist
Steve Gibb - Group Member, Guitar, Guitar (Electric), Slide Guitar
Sid Montz - Piano
Craig Nunemacher - Drums
Warren Riker - Audio Production, Engineer, Mixing, Producer
Kirk Windstein - Group Member, Guitar, Vocals
Favorite Tracks: 2. Slave No More 4. Coming Down 5. Fall Back to Zero 7. Dead Sun 11. Lifesblood
Along with "Odd Fellows Rest", this stands as my favourite Crowbar album. A 'prog-sludge' masterpiece. Heavy as fuck yet beautiful and melodic.
Crowbar’s career is predictable exactly as that of Creed: you know what to expect every album they record, and Lifesblood for the Downtrodden isn’t an exception. The Porcupine Tree clean-guitar closer “Lifesblood” could have been one, despite its obvious direction.Highlights: “Lifesblood”.