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Mental Floss for the Globe (Hollywood Live 1990)


Download links and information about Mental Floss for the Globe (Hollywood Live 1990) by Urban Dance Squad. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 28 tracks with total duration of 01:54:46 minutes.

Artist: Urban Dance Squad
Release date: 1990
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 28
Duration: 01:54:46
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No. Title Length
1. Fast Lane 3:28
2. No Kid (Acoustic Version) 3:38
3. Deeper Shade of Soul 4:32
4. Prayer for My Demo 3:34
5. Big Apple 3:30
6. Piece of the Rock 4:59
7. Brainstorm On the U.D.S. 4:03
8. The Devil 3:21
9. Famous When You're Dead 5:15
10. Mental Floss for the Globe 3:05
11. Struggle for Jive 4:03
12. Man On the Corner 3:40
13. God Blasts the Queen 4:11
14. Struggle for Jive (Live) 4:05
15. Big Apple (Live) 3:57
16. Prayer for My Demo (Live) 4:08
17. Brainstorm On the U.D.S. (Live) 4:07
18. Hitchhike H.D. (Live) 3:44
19. Deeper Shade of Soul (Live) 3:44
20. Man On the Corner (Live) 4:24
21. Underground (Live) 5:15
22. Let Me Guide You (Live) 2:46
23. .45 Caliber (Live) 4:17
24. No Kid (Live / Electric) 3:31
25. Fast Lane (Live) 4:05
26. Famous When You're Dead (Live) 8:15
27. Sunshine of Your Love (Live) 2:39
28. God Blasts the Queen (Live) 4:30



The 1990 debut of Urban Dance Squad revealed a band smashing the boundaries between rock, funk, punk, metal, and hip-hop. "Fast Lane" leads the program with a blistering groove powered by chugging guitar and sampled horns. Later, "Brainstorm on the U.D.S." alternates rap verses with a punky shoutalong chorus, while "The Devil" borrows a murky string bassline and greasy slide guitar from the Tom Waits bag. Rudeboy never really sings; rather, he raps or — when the song demands it — sort of chants along in a singsong cadence. But for a non-singer he has a great voice, one that comes from the chest but has a sharp enough edge to cut through the mix. Also notable are polymath guitarist Tres Manos and the unbelievably funky bass of Silly Sil. [This reissue includes a bonus live disc that documents an alternately metallish and bluesy (!) Hollywood concert from 1990.]