Stain - Living Colour


Living Colour

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1993-02-10
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 1993 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.


Title Artist Time
Go Away Living Colour 4:02 USD 1.29
Ignorance Is Bliss Living Colour 3:17 USD 1.29
Leave It Alone Living Colour 3:28 USD 1.29
Bi Living Colour 4:46 USD 1.29
Mind Your Own Business Living Colour 3:16 USD 1.29
Auslander Living Colour 2:37 USD 1.29
Never Satisfied Living Colour 4:05 USD 1.29
Nothingness Living Colour 3:30 USD 1.29
Postman Living Colour 3:30 USD 1.29
Wtff Living Colour 2:15 USD 1.29
This Little Pig Living Colour 3:02 USD 1.29
Hemp Living Colour 1:35 USD 1.29
Wall Living Colour 5:23 USD 1.29


  • Perhaps the most underrated album of all time

    By JamesMnKC
    This was a tremendously talented band peaking as writers and performers, while coincidentally working with a producer who was able to aid them in pushing beyond the then known "limits of the galaxy." One could well imagine this album coming out several years, if not a decade, later, and with any type of label assistance, becoming an absolute smash, perhaps even dwarfing the success of their first albums, which were of course great in their own right. One of the greatest aspects of this album is the eclectic variety of song styles presented - the gentle and beautiful "Nothingness," the funky but dark and heavy "Wall" and "Ignorance is Bliss," the pre-modern and lyrically poignant "Auslander," the satyrically humorous "Bi," or the artful inclusion of dark poetry in "Hemp." A masterpiece.
  • Ground breaking

    By BBQ monkey
    Excellent album!!!!
  • The best.

    By JamesT15
    This record was such a great record. I loved Vivid and Time's Up (which is typically everyone's favorite). But Stain was the giant, IMO . . . my favorite record growing up, indeed. These guys nailed it with this one . . . and can I be so bold as to say that Sony made a mistake in their choice of the first single. "Leave it Alone" was not a good representation of what this record had to offer. It was a conservative selection, and that pretty much buried this dynamic band.
  • The best Living Colour album

    By BriMan135
    This is by far my favorite Living Colour album. The others have some great songs, but this is much more consistent. It has a dark edge to it that I love. My favorite tracks are "Never Satisfied", "Ignorance is Bliss", and "Bi".
  • The Darkest Colour

    By everknotfailsafe
    This ebon album plumbs depths of it's characters in a sonic tapestry of dark and darker. "Go Away" a little "ballad" about starvation in Africa starts the album like a punch to the gut, and it only gets more real from there... Doug Wimbish not only steps into the guitars register on this album, but adds a dexterous texture to the underlying melodies. The production is fierce, sounding not unlike a instructional cd on schizophrenia, with the twisting spoken thoughts, broken chains and closing prison (Auslander) doors. Vernon Reid is at his sonic best and swings in anarchistic style with venom and focused energy. This album, may not be the most popular in their discography, but it is the best.
  • Great songs terrible producer

    By anickname3
    I am sorry to say that ehoever these guys hired to produced this record did a horrible job. I never thought a producer could destroy songs to this extent.
  • Black Power

    By Elindean
    Living Colour is the only black metal band that will amount to anything! They are awesome!
  • a classic

    By Jasonx
    a classic, one of the greatest bands of the 90's
  • no wonder why im the only one here to write a review

    By Ryan Hirsch
    like i said above, IM THE ONLY ONE WRITING cause everyone alse is buying! if u cant beat em, join em.

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