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E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies) album for sale by Black Eyed Peas was released Jun 09, 2009 on the Interscope (USA) label. Black Eyed Peas, the hip-hop crossover juggernaut that propelled singer Fergie and producer Will.I. Am to superstardom, have, since 2003's ELEPHUNK, been audaciously plugging away at their bombastic but lighthearted style of rap-cum-dance pop--an effort that has translated to a run of successful chart-topping singles including "My Humps," "Pump It," and "Don't Phunk with My Heart." Eager to follow up on the platinum-selling success of 2005's MONKEY BUSINESS, Black Eyed Peas have returned with THE E.N.D. (an acronym for "Energy Never Dies"), their third studio effort. ...See Full Description
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Perfect album... :-)
By Adam (Czech republic)
||This Album Rocks!|
Black Eyed Peas did it again. Another great album for all those fan. I love this CD.
By Bern (Randolph, NC)
||B.E.P have began a new era in music...|
I only just bought this cd today and have already listend to about 2 or 3 times. I have been a big fan of The Black Eyed Peas since their album Elephunk, their latest album has more of a new generation techno/hip hop vibe to it compared to their previous albums but overall this is a great record and is worth a listen.
By Alison (Melb, Australia)
||It Was Worth The Wait!!|
.2 #1 singles and counting. i love bep. they rock the house. this album is one of the best summer albums ever!! it's such a great party album.
By ipheebby. (am. samoa)
NOT A GOOD CD, STUPID & EMPTY LYRICS AND THEY HAVE A HORRIBLE VOICE. TRY BETTER VOCALISTS LIKE AVRIL LAVIGNE!
By steffitwain (NEW JERSEY)
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E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies) songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7917142|
|Release Date||Jun 09, 2009|
|Producer||David Guetta; Jean Baptiste; Printz Board; Will.I.Am; Will.I.Am|
|Engineer||Will.I.Am; Padraic Kerin; Will.I.Am|
|Recording Time||67 minutes|
|Personnel||Will.I.Am - piano, synthesizer, drum programming|
Printz Board - keyboards, synthesizer, bass synthesizer, drum programming
George Pajon - guitar
Hal Ritson - vocals, guitar, keyboards
Adam Walder - keyboards
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E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies) album for sale With their raw, organic sound, Tennessee's Kings of Leon emerged in 2003 as Southern rock for the indie-garage set, sort of a Strokes for the South. While there were hints of a new direction on their third album, BECAUSE OF THE TIMES, its follow-up, ONLY BY THE NIGHT, follows through with a near-reinvention of the Kings' sound. ONLY BY THE NIGHT could be mistaken for avant-indie cult heroes the Liars on a Southern vacation, as post-punk angularity, distorto-funk bass lines, and clattering percussion are processed through what sounds like the world's biggest fuzzbox. While there are old-glory moments of garagey abandon, most of these tracks sound like someone sat and carefully considered the best way to frame them. And that's the difference between making a good album and making a great one.
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Fame CD (2008)
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Funhouse CD (2008)
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