Back from Hell is the fifth album by hip hop group Run–D. released on October 16, 1990 by Profile Records. The album was produced by the group members themselves. The album is notable for adopting more of a street attitude than their previous albums as well as using more curse words. The songs "Faces" and "Pause" introduce a new musical style: new jack swing.
Battlecry (Two Steps from Hell album). Battlecry is the eighth public album by the group Two Steps from Hell, released April 28, 2015. It consists of 26 tracks written by composers Thomas J. Bergersen and Nick Phoenix. This album features mostly all-new tracks, except for "Amaria" from the Amaria album. It features vocal performances by Merethe Soltvedt, Nick Phoenix and Felicia Farerre.
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Back From Hell, the fifth album by American rap group Run-D. was released on October 16th, 1990. The album features a few first for the band, including Jam Master Jay Singing and a new musical style as seen on Faces and Pause : New Jack Swing. Back From Hell Q&A. Featuring Chuck D & Ice Cube. Jam Master Jay, Rev Run & 1 more. Ice Cube & 2 more. Label Profile Records.
Slain: Back from Hell" is the definitive, overhauled and updated version of the game "Slain!". Products represented Slain: Back from Hell. Platforms represented Microsoft Xbox One, Nintendo Wii U, PC, Sony PlayStation 4, Sony PlayStation Vita. No related albums found. Added Jul 27, 2017 08:42 AM.
January 10, 1991 5:00AM ET. Back From Hell. DJ Jam Master Jay is at the top of his form, however. The music on Back From Hell is astounding: Jay constructs vivid minisoundtracks from the detritus of pop culture, laying samples on top of samples without overdoing it. He’s obviously learned a lot from his production work with reggae rapper Shinehead and the Afros, a comic nostalgia act that appears on several tracks here. Unfortunately, that deep musical backing just throws more emphasis on the words, which can’t carry the weight.