Artists The Forty-Fives High Life High Volume. High Life High Volume The Forty-Fives. High Life High Volume. This album has an average beat per minute of 136 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 98/189 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist High Life High Volume.
High Life High Volume is an early vote-getter for Best Album Title of the Year. But it's also the Forty-Fives' strongest statement yet. Like that old Mono Men stuff, or any of the trashy garage types associated with Memphis' Shangri-La Records, the Forty-Fives carry their influences in a beer koozie holster. But on cuts like "Who Do You Think You Are?," "Bad Reputation," and "Junkfood Heaven," the Atlanta quartet put enough of themselves in there to make it a whole new drink.
Atlanta's resident rock revivalists the Forty-Fives consist of guitarist/vocalist Bryan Malone, bassist Mark McMurtry, organist Trey Tidwell, and drummer Adam Renshaw. Two years later, after a lengthy tour around the country, they stopped at Sun Studios in Memphis and put together their second album. It was followed in 2004 by High Life High Volume.
High Life High Volume. Collections: 2. Don't Doubt Rock Volume 2. 2004 rock. The Coolest Songs in the World! Vol. 1. 2007 rock. The Forty-Fives: Best songs. The Forty-Fives - Hanging by a Thread Fight Dirty, 2002 03:03. The Forty-Fives - Stop At Nothing High Life High Volume, 2004 04:21. The Forty-Fives - Superpill High Life High Volume, 2004 03:03. The Forty-Fives - Too Many Miles High Life High Volume, 2004 04:36. The Forty-Fives - Out of My Mind Fight Dirty, 2002 02:40. The Forty-Fives - Lost Track of You Fight Dirty, 2002 01:43.
High Life High Volume, 3m 23sec. Chat About Daddy Rolling Stone by The Forty-Fives. Listen online or download the iHeartRadio App. Connect.
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Releases from High Times Records are usually devoted in some part to the glorification of marijuana, and in that respect this collection is no different. But it moves away from the label's hip-hop-heavy release schedule to focus on the crackle and sludge of the stoner rock underground.