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  1. Aug 20,  · Editors’ Notes Living Colour's second studio album—like its predecessor, Vivid—nails down ambitious hard rock bordering on heavy metal and funk. Yet here the versatile group deepened their range considerably from the basic blueprint of the debut. Guest appearances from Queen Latifah, Don Byron, Doug E. Fresh, early supporter Mick Jagger, Little Richard, and Maceo Parker help keep .
  2. The official discography of Living Colour, an American funk metal band.. Living Colour discography; Studio albums: 6: Music videos: EPs: 2: Singles:
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Time's Up on Discogs. Label: Epic - EK ,Epic - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Funk Metal Living Colour - Time's Up (, CD) | Discogs/5(45).
  4. Living Colour is an American rock band from New York City, formed in The band currently consists of guitarist Vernon Reid, lead vocalist Corey Glover, drummer Will Calhoun and bassist Doug Wimbish, who replaced Muzz Skillings in Stylistically, their music is a creative fusion influenced by heavy metal, funk, jazz, hip hop, punk, and alternative rock.
  5. Living Colour's second album, Time's Up, represents the fulfillment of the band's promise.A year of touring clubs behind Vivid and an additional stint opening for the Rolling Stones in stadiums have paid off big time: The group's songs, which on Vivid had frequently seemed a series of brilliant but loosely connected flashes – usually courtesy of guitar wizard Vernon.
  6. Time's Up, an Album by Living Colour. Released 28 August on Epic (catalog no. E ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Funk Metal, Hard Rock.
  7. Brown and Tracy Chapman. Living Colour's second album, Time's Up, represents the fulfillment of the band's promise.A year of touring clubs behind Vivid and an additional stint opening for the Rolling Stones in stadiums have paid off big time: The group's songs, which on Vivid had frequently seemed a series of brilliant but loosely connected flashes – usually courtesy of guitar wizard Vernon.

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