Stain

by Living Colour

(1993) Epic

Description The Last Studio effort by Living Colour..thankfully
Posted By Inactive Member
Directory Recordings: Rock/Pop
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Overall Rating: 2.8 (of 5)
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On 1/18/2000, Jason Reich (1765) posted:
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I'll have to agree with everyone on this one. I think I threw out the cassete in shame after hearing this album. Vernon's squealing harmonics get kinda tiresome and the band really falls apart. Get the first album instead
On 1/16/2000, Jeremy Cotton (7938) posted:
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I don't know-I worre out 2 copies of their debut album, and one copy of their sophomore album, and I even dug Biscuits-this album was a bit of a let down..although it's not so bad for working out to, except for "Hemp"-(what was up with that, anyway?)
On 12/15/1999, Frederick Burton (5465) posted:
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Not there best and unfortunately their last. I heard the potential and actually learned to like this album but boy was it hollow. Sounded rushed and uninspired. Sad ending to what could have been a great band.
On 12/14/1999, Inactive Member posted:
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I loved LC's first two recordings but you could tell with "Stain" that the game was up...the best way to describe this effort is "exhaustion" You could simply tell that this configuration of LC was not going to work. The lyrics provided by Glover are especially lame. The real musical visionary of this group was undoubtedly Reid. His solo effort "Mistaken Identity" was a masterpiece -- so skip "Stain" and pick up MI