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180-gram black vinyl. Time's Up is the second studio album by the band Living Colour, originally released in 1990. It was the follow-up to their successful 1988 album Vivid and spawned the singles "Love Rears It's Ugly Head" and "Solace Of You". Time's Up features a wide range of genres and also guest appearances by Queen Latifah, Little Richard, Doug E. Fresh, Maceo Parker and James Earl Jones. The album reached Gold status, peaking at #13 on the Billboard 200, and won a Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance.
180-gram black vinyl. Time's Up is the second studio album by the band Living Colour, originally released in 1990. It was the follow-up to their successful 1988 album Vivid and spawned the singles "Love Rears It's Ugly Head" and "Solace Of You". Time's Up features a wide range of genres and also guest appearances by Queen Latifah, Little Richard, Doug E. Fresh, Maceo Parker and James Earl Jones. The album reached Gold status, peaking at #13 on the Billboard 200, and won a Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance.
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Time's Up (Blk) [180 Gram] (Hol)
Artist: Living Colour
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Time's Up
2. History Lesson
3. Pride
4. Love Rears It's Ugly Head
5. New Jack Theme
6. Someone Like You
7. Elvis Is Dead
8. Type
9. Information Overload 1
10. Under Cover of Darkness 1
11. Ology 1
12. Fight the Fight 1
13. Tag Team Partners 1
14. Solace of You 1
15. This Is the Life

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180-gram black vinyl. Time's Up is the second studio album by the band Living Colour, originally released in 1990. It was the follow-up to their successful 1988 album Vivid and spawned the singles "Love Rears It's Ugly Head" and "Solace Of You". Time's Up features a wide range of genres and also guest appearances by Queen Latifah, Little Richard, Doug E. Fresh, Maceo Parker and James Earl Jones. The album reached Gold status, peaking at #13 on the Billboard 200, and won a Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance.
        
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