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Adema - 3 Class A Demos Album


Performer: Adema
Genre: Rock
Title: 3 Class A Demos
Country: Europe
Released: 2001
Style: Nu Metal
Label: Arista
Catalog Number: 74321 913444, ADEMA02
FLAC version ZIP size: 1681 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2059 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1880 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 344

Tracklist

1Outside (Original Demo Of "A Pain Inside")
2Blow It Away (Original Demo)
3Everybody (Original Demo Of "Everyone")

Album

3 Class A Demos. ADEMA - 3 Class A Demos 2001. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Alternative Metal Nu-Metal. Songs in album ADEMA - 3 Class A Demos 2001. ADEMA - Everybody Everyone Demo. ADEMA - Blow It Away Demo. ADEMA - Outside Pain Inside Demo. Total votes: 0. Other albums by ADEMA. Adema is the self-titled debut album by American nu metal band Adema. It was released on August 21, 2001 through Arista Records and peaked at 27 on the Billboard 200. The album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America RIAA on March 6, 2002 for selling over 500,000 copies in the United States, and has since sold over 1 million copies worldwide. The major singles from the album were The Way You Like It and Giving In. Freaking Out has also seen some radio airplay. Nu Metal Adema. Band Name Adema. Album Name 3 Class A Demos. Type Demo. Released date 2001. Labels Arista. Music StyleNu Metal. Members owning this album0. STORE LINKS & ALBUM INFO: The album that most people have. If you have a LeVe CD and theirs a hole puncher. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Adema - 3 Class A Demos EXTREMELY RARE OFFICIAL PROMO ORIGINALLY UPLOADED BY THE ADEMA : 2001 Cassette, 3 Class A Demos. Blow It Away is sung in a higher pitch than the album version and isn't double backed, it's edgy and a lot closer in sound to Juice's song Something, which the rhythm guitar and bass parts were reused from. The vocals are a highlight for the cassette as they show both Mark Chavez's similarities to his half brother John Davis of Korn and his very different and distinctive sound that isn't heard much on the album. Adema - Adema. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Adema's self-titled debut CD on Arista is a solid modern rock album similar to Staind's Break the Cycle, Korn's Issues, Tool's Aenima, or Limp Bizkit's Significant Other. The album is not terribly challenging or revolutionary but manages to remind the listener of other hard acts without sounding derivative. That is a major success in the overpopulated genre Adema inhabits. Giving In was the first single released to radio and was a good choice. Demos & Bsides - Descape. Planets Adema album. It obtained a peak position of 152 on the Billboard 200 before falling off. The album featured three singles: Tornado, Shoot the Arrows, and the self-titled track Planets. Planets song also was featured in the movie Cry Wolf. Track listing. All tracks are written by Adema, except The Thing That Should Not Be written by Hammett, Hetfield, Ulrich. Ok, so this cd came out and I bought it, not for any of the songs or anything, because I allready have the song Shattered from the import album, and well the demo songs, I have on the Adema 3 Class A Demos tape, that was availble for a short time, overseas to the readers of a famous magazine. I would say the video of Giving In is well worth the price of the single alone
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The cassette is fantastic, the demo versions of the songs are even better than the album versions. The main difference has to be the far heavier and dry sounding bass as well as the songs being more raw and less layered with unwanted double backed vocals that were so common place on the album. I want to note that this version of "Outside" is an exclusive demo not found on the singles and is more like a hybrid of the album's version of A Pain Inside with the bass and drums of the other demo version. Blow It Away is sung in a higher pitch than the album version and isn't double backed, it's edgy and a lot closer in sound to Juice's song Something, which the rhythm guitar and bass parts were reused from. The vocals are a highlight for the cassette as they show both Mark Chavez's similarities to his half brother ( John Davis of Korn ) and his very different and distinctive sound that isn't heard much on the album. Overall, this is Adema at their finest, without the overused editing and the sound here is true to their roots (Aka, B.P.D., Juice, Cradle of Thorns, Korn, etc)