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313 - "Black And White" (audio)

Το τραγούδι των 313 "Black And White" από το album "Three Thirteen"
Band: 313
Audio: "Black And White"
Album: "Three Thirteen"
Type: Compilation
Release date: February 8th, 2019
Label: Tribunal/Divebomb Records
Format: CD, Digital

Track listing:
01. Arrogance And Aggression 03:32
02. Suite 313 03:15
03. The Warrior 04:26
04. Shot In The Dark 04:27
05. Robbin' The Cradle 02:35
06. Go Down Fighting 03:33
07. Survivor 03:42
08. Bone Soldiers 05:00
09. Black And White 03:38
10. Top Of The Night 02:59
11. Tonight We Fly 03:30
12. Vengeance Is Mine 03:34
13. Silence And Tears 03:35
14. Black And White 03:23
15. Robbin' The Cradle 03:09
16. Gratitude 03:56
17. Tramontane 05:44
18. Pray For Me 03:00
19. The Warrior 05:20

Track 1-10: Gamut Sessions (1985)
Tracks 11-19: Aircraft Sessions (1987)

Δελτίο τύπου: «Around late-'83/early-'84, a group called Discipline took shape in Pittsburgh, PA; transitioning from playing covers into an original hard rock/metal outfit.

Discipline laid down a two-song demo that gained local momentum via the Pittsburgh Steel radio show before disbanding in 1985, at which time the remaining members-founder Doug Appel (guitar), Mark Menold (guitar), and Ned Lyden (drums)-joined forces with two former members of another Pittsburgh act called Overlord-bassist David Kendrick and vocalist Tim Aymar (later of Pharaoh, Control Denied, Psycho Scream, Triple X, and many more)-and thus 313 was born.

By year's end 1985, 313 had tracked a whopping 10 songs at Gamut Productions, achieving a striking balance between catchy, melodic hard rock and a heavier lean toward traditional metal. Continued writing, rehearsing, and gigging ensued, amidst which an aggressive, faster-paced drummer by the name of Kirk Henry entered the fold-aiding 313's continued growth toward harder-edged metal.

Finally, during the winter of 1987/1988, the group settled into Aircraft Recording Studios to complete what should have been their debut full-length album. Sadly, these would prove to be 313's final sessions. After a failed contract with CBS-distributed PARC Records and a short-lived attempt to remain financially solvent as a cover act (operating under the name of Jet Screamer), mounting tensions within the lineup brought things to an end in 1988.

Now, just over 30 years later, Divebomb Records is thrilled to rescue this highly sought-after material from the depths of obscurity with a 20-song, near-complete discography from 313. Fully remastered by Jamie King at The Basement Recording, the disc's booklet is packed with photographs, press clippings, ephemera, and a nine-page interview with the band. For the fans, by the fans!»


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