1-1. Rock'n'Roll On The New Long March. 1-2. Wild In The Snow. 1-3. Nothing To My Name. Composed By, Written-By – Cui Jian. Rights Society: SACEM. Matrix, Runout (CD1): 799212CD1 @ 01.
The Beginning is the fifth studio album by rapper Trae. It was released on October 14, 2008. Guests features include Slim Thug, Dallas, Paul Wall, Khujo of Goodie Mob, Z-Ro and Jay'Ton. After releasing two albums with Heltah Skeltah, Nocturnal and Magnum Force, Rock left Duck Down Records and pursued a solo career. He signed to DJ Lethal's Lethal Records and recorded a solo album titled Planet Rock, which was never released after the label folded. He didn't make an appearance on the Clik's 2002 group album The Chosen Few, being the only member of the "Great 8" not to appear. He made his official return to Duck Down in 2005, making appearances on Sean Price's Monkey Barz album and Smif-N-Wessun's Smif 'N' Wessun: Reloaded album.
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Cui Jian 崔健 - Chinese Rock - The Beginning 1986 - 1998.
Cui Jian (; born 2 August 1961) is a Beijing-based Chinese singer-songwriter, trumpeter and guitarist. Affectionately called "Old Cui" (Chinese: 老崔; pinyin: lǎo Cuī), he pioneered Chinese rock music. For this distinction Cui Jian is often labeled "The Father of Chinese Rock". Cui Jian grew up in a musical family in Beijing-his father was ethnic Korean and a professional trumpet player and his mother was a member of a Korean dance troupe
Chinese Rock: The Beginning 1986-1998. Release group information. Artist: 崔健. Type: Album + Compilation.
Nothing To My Name (一无所有) by Cui Jian (崔健). Cui is often referred to as the ‘father’ of Chinese rock and roll, and this is one of his most celebrated songs. It was once something of an anthem of the 1989 democracy movement on Tiananmen Square in 1989, when Cui performed this song on the square. Lately, however, the authorities seem to have forgotten about this association, and you can still find this song in almost all the karaoke bars in China. Cui himself still performs, but he’s much less high profile than he was at his peak. There are rumours that he was even invited to perform on China’s.
23 The Father of Chinese Rock-Cui Jian 崔健 Cui Jian (Chinese: 崔健; pinyin: Cuī Jiàn; born August 2, 1961) is a Beijing-based musician, songwriter, trumpet player, guitarist and composer. Affectionately called Old Cui (老崔), he is considered to be a pioneer in Chinese rock music and the first Chinese artist to break away from conventional Chinese popular forms and incorporate a Western rock style into his songs. For this distinction Cui Jian is sometimes referred to as the father of Chinese rock
|1-1||Rock'n'Roll On The New Long March|
|1-2||Wild In The Snow|
|1-3||Nothing To My Name|
|1-6||Let Me Sleep|
|1-7||A Piece Of Red Cloth|
|1-9||No More Disguise|
|2-6||Fresh Flesh Rock'n'Roll|
|2-7||Balls Under The Red Flag|
|2-8||Night Of The Era|
|2-9||The Other Shore|