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PLAY ALL. Cult Of Nice. Released by Nquit Jun 2002 12 Tracks.
Nice and Five Bridges became big hit albums in Britain, but the group never broke through in America. In 1969, Emerson met Greg Lake, then with King Crimson, on a . tour, and broke up the Nice in frustration in 1970 due to its lack of success. He, Lake, and drummer Carl Palmer formed the much more popular Emerson, Lake and Palmer, which expanded on Emerson's innovations with the Nice. After the Nice, Lee Jackson formed Jackson Heights which recorded four albums between 1970-1973 and Brian Davison formed the short lived band Every Which Way and was in a mid 70's line up of Gong
To an extent it is a success, but it also fails in certain areas. In 2007, Static-X released Cannibal. The album was a great turn in the right direction for them, featuring a lot of Guitar Solos planted in the songs which they had previously stayed away from like a lot of metal bands back in the day. 2 years later, they release Cult of Static, which frontman Wayne Static says is a tribute to their very loyal fan base. This album is different from the others, even Cannibal in the way the songs sound and are presented. Musically, it is both a departure and a continuation of the sound they went for with Cannibal and their previous albums.
Friends & Family 3 by Cult Classic Records, released 18 September 2014 1. Snow Fox Apprentice - Gift of Nature 2. Loop Snatchers - What The Night Will Bring ft. Blu & Nieve 3. Hy-Definition - Life is Good (SoulChef & K-Wiz) 4. Thomas Prime - Seven Dead Samurai (Co-Produced By . ) 5. Nicholas Cheung - Immersion 6. Matt Blank & Thomas Prime - The Distance ft. Devan Marie 7. The Broken Orchestra - Take Back The Day ft. Inyang Bassey 8. TwoDaystoAlaska - Pegasus (Co-Produced By Thomas Prime) 9. Ljones - Little Brothers 10. Thomas Prime & McKinley Dixon - Days Like This.
This Cult discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Cult albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included The Cult singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.