13 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Their first album in eight years, Living Colour’s heavy metal opus Shade was worth the wait. The colossal riffs of “Freedom of Expression (F.O.X)” and bluesy howls of “Preachin’ Blues” herald a promising new era for their sound. The band casts Notorious B.I.G.'s meditation on violence “Who Shot Ya” in a new light, using metallic guitar lines and funky singing to bring the song into the 21st century.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Their first album in eight years, Living Colour’s heavy metal opus Shade was worth the wait. The colossal riffs of “Freedom of Expression (F.O.X)” and bluesy howls of “Preachin’ Blues” herald a promising new era for their sound. The band casts Notorious B.I.G.'s meditation on violence “Who Shot Ya” in a new light, using metallic guitar lines and funky singing to bring the song into the 21st century.

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