Wanted to let the world know that Grim Smiley is working on releasing two new full-length albums over the next two years. Here is a sneak peak. Grim Smiley updated their cover photo. 4 January 2014 ·. Grim Smiley. 4 May 2012 ·. In memory of MCA. Grim Smiley covers the Beastie Boys at a rehearsal. Featuring Jon Rook on vocals. Fight for Your Right. 17 April 2012 ·. Banyan Tree.
Antidote: Best 2 songs. Grim Smiley - For Tomorrow 05:44. Grim Smiley - Cruel Game 05:16. Grim Smiley: best 2 tracks. Grim Smiley - For Tomorrow Antidote, 2007 05:44. Grim Smiley - Cruel Game Antidote, 2007 05:16.
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album: Pizza Party Song. Grim Smiley - Too Much Time. Sun - It's A Smiley Face World. album: Inquire Within. Ray Lewis, Smiley Lewis - Lonesome Highway. album: ABC Of The Blues, Vol. 25. Anos de Mil Novecientos. album: La Guerra de Iraq. Smiley Y LA Fuerza Musical - Corrido de Gregorio Cortez. album: Corrido de Andres Lopez Jr. Smiley Maxedon - Give Me a Red Hot Mama and a Ice Cool Beer. album: Country Swing Billys, Vol 1.
The Antidote is the sixth studio album by Portuguese gothic metal band Moonspell, released in 2003 by Century Media. It is regarded as a return to a heavier musical style in comparison to the previous album, Darkness and Hope, although it is nonetheless quite different from all the previous albums. The track list was altered for the vinyl version to better suit the side lengths. The third track, "Everything Invaded" had a music video.
From the very start of this album Smiley The Ghetto Child sets a very high bar with the words You unwrapping that real Hip Ho. he illes. he finest of this shit. None of that popcorn, Maybelline bullshit. Unfortunately he may have set it too high as he only comes through with half of that promise. As easy as it would be to dwell on Smiley’s lack of variance, this album does have some redeeming qualities. First, this record has some truly brilliant production and is sequenced nicely so there isn’t a lot of droning stretches or rude awakenings. I can’t help but wonder if DJ Premier’s always dope production has anything to do with the way Smiley comes off so dope in between Premo’s trademark cuts on The Wake Up Call. Unlike many artists who’ve recently decided that putting 10 skits on an album is the thing to do, this album features only one mildy amusing skit and intro/outro.