Jodeci - Diary Of A Mad Band download flac
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Diary of a Mad Band is their definitive album. It captures a moment in time perfectly and, unlike a lot of US R&B from the era, still sounds surprisingly fresh today. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence.
1. My Heart Belongs To U (Album Version).
Diary of a Mad Band: Europe in the Year of VI is a Live CD/DVD by Sludge/Southern Metal band Down. This is the final Down album to feature Rex Brown as bassist. Diary of a Mad Band features a two-CD full concert recorded in London. The 130-minute DVD features footage documenting the 2006 return of Down from the practice room through the band's first European tour, and a bonus behind-the-scenes featurette entitled "Tyrades and Shananigans".
Released December 21, 1993. Diary of a Mad Band Tracklist. 1. My Heart Belongs to U Lyrics. Following the success of their debut album, Forever My Lady, Jodeci returns with their sophomore effort Diary of a Mad Band, which displayed even more of a hip-hop sound and bad boy image amongst the love songs. DeVante Swing wrote and produced a majority of the album, while his brother Mr. Dalvin also produced a few tracks.
Album · 1993 · 13 Songs. See All. Back to the Future - The Very Best of Jodeci. The Past, the Present, the Future.
K-ci's voice is sexy and soulful and he be "sangin" his lil butt off! There aren't many groups that compare to Jodeci (maybe Dru Hill). I really miss them and keep hoping for a new album. Until then I will be groovin to this one. Songs like "Feenin", "Gimme all U got" and "Cry for you" are beautiful, but this is a CD you can play all the way through.
For the album by the band Down, see Diary of a Mad Band: Europe in the Year of VI. Diary Of A Mad Band. Studio album by Jodeci. Diary of a Mad Band is the second studio album from American R&B group Jodeci, released in 1993 on Uptown Records and distributed through MCA Records. New Jersey rapper Redman also makes a guest appearance on the album. It was Jodeci's second album to reach number-one on the R&B album chart where it stayed for two weeks
Jodeci’s sophomore album, Diary of a Mad Band (with the help of singer-songwriter Al B. Sure as a producer), was a smash, debuting at No. 1 on the R&B Albums chart in its first week, and would eventually be certified multiplatinum. At the time, Jodeci was in full rock-star mode. The title of the album was indicative of the drama that had ensued since the first album, including arrests, chronic lateness and Ki-C and Mary J. Blige’s rocky and abusive relationship. They were starting to piss people in the industry off, Wright said. The production of Diary of a Mad Band happened in a studio in Rochester, . away from the distractions of the city. Precelebrity artists like Missy Elliott, Timbaland and Magoo, and Ginuwine stayed in a house in Rochester with them and spent their days in the studio.