Magnet (2) – The Tourniquet. Country: US. Released: 14 Feb 2006. Made By – EDC, USA. Published By – Universal Music Publishing.
Ten years after this album was first issued, Psycho Surgery was re-issued and the title became one word Psychosurgery. Not only was their a slight name change, but this album was also re-mastered and includes 5 bonus tracks. While an original release of this album may be considered a collectable or rare CD, the re-issue is totally worth having. The re-mastered sound quality is top-notch. The bonus tracks include 2 live songs (A Dog's Breakfast & Broken Chromosomes), 2 demo songs (Stereotaxic Atrocities & A Dog's Breakfast) and the concert intro for 2000
Album · 2005 · 10 Songs. The Tourniquet Magnet. See All. Hold On - EP.
Tourniquet is an album recorded by Larry Norman and released in 2001. The creative collaboration with his brother Charles Norman bore fruit on his 2001 album Tourniquet, an album of all new songs, which was produced by the Albino Brothers (Larry and Charles Norman). Of the nine songs "Turn" was written by Charly Norman, with two others being co-written by him with Larry, and Charly's band, then called Softcore, providing the musical backing
This album has an average beat per minute of 113 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 76/150 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Tourniquet. BPM Profile The Tourniquet. Album starts at 108BPM, ends at 84BPM (-24), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Magnet.
His second album under the Magnet moniker places Chris Martin's frail fix-yous amid slow, splashy MORtronica, kinda like Savage Garden posing as Canada's t band. Power-popper Jason Falkner, of Jellyfish fame, lacquers the production just enough to keep the varied arrangements background-friendly.
Johansen's second album under the Magnet moniker, The Tourniquet, perpetrates these gooey sentimentalisms via a knockout combination of palpitating mid-tempo hooks and optimistic buzzwords. The important components of Magnet's vocabulary are those words and phrases that brilliantly connect to its epically inclined pop songs: "hold on", "believe", and "take my hand" are but a few of the new album's in-song reassurances
Tourniquet is a Christian metal band that was formed in 1989 by Ted Kirkpatrick, Guy Ritter and Gary Lenaire in Los Angeles, California, United States. The band primarily performs a mixture of thrash, neoclassical and progressive metal, and is influenced by additional, non-rock forms of music such as classical and world music
One of the standout moments on Antichrist Superstar, "Tourniquet" was released as a British single in September 1997. Since this was the British market, Manson decided to target dance clubs, which were far more popular and influential in the .
The Tourniquet is Magnet's third album, first released in Norway on May 30, 2005 where it debuted on the album chart at The album is named after the drink "The Tourniquet," which Even sampled "in a Singapore airport bar, en route back from Los Angeles after recording there. There were two singles released from the album: "Hold On" in August 2005, and "Fall at Your Feet" in December 2005. The song "Believe" was scheduled to be the third single but was canceled.