Time's Up

Label
Epic
Running length
19 tracks
Running time
72:11

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Time's Up 3:06 13,607
2 History Lesson 0:52 9,069
3 Pride 4:54 18,533
4 Love Rears Its Ugly Head 4:20 32,454
5 New Jack Theme 3:29 9,427
6 Someone Like You 3:46 9,436
7 Elvis Is Dead 3:50 14,867
8 Type 6:27 18,702
9 Information Overload 6:08 9,073
10 Under Cover of Darkness 4:15 8,138
11 Ology1 1:07 491
11 Ology 1:07 7,530
12 Fight The Fight 4:31 8,351
13 Tag Team Partners 0:47 7,632
14 Solace Of You 3:35 18,174
15 This Is The Life 6:21 7,717
16 Final Solution (Live in Chicago Nov '90) 5:46 39
17 Middle Man (Live in Chicago Nov '90) 3:45 39
18 Love Rears Its Ugly Head (AKA Soul Power mix) 4:05 347

About this album

Time’s Up is the second album by Living Colour, released on August 20, 1990. It features a wide range of genres and also includes cameo appearances by Queen Latifah, Little Richard, Doug E. Fresh and James Earl Jones. After the album was released, it reached gold status, peaked at #13 on the Billboard 200 and later won a Grammy for best hard rock album of the year. It is the last album to feature Muzz Skillings on bass. As of 2008, the album is out of print.






Original
“Time’s Up”
“History Lesson”

“Pride”
“Love Rears Its Ugly Head”
“New Jack Theme”
“Someone Like You”
“Elvis Is Dead”
“Type”
“Information Overload”
“Under Cover of Darkness”
“Ology”
“Fight the Fight”
“Tag Team Partners”
“Solace of You”
“This Is the Life”

Banded Version
A special US advance promo version eliminating “History Lesson”, “Ology” and “Tag Team Partners”. Catalog number ESK 2171

“Time’s Up”
“Pride”
“Love Rears Its Ugly Head”
“New Jack Theme”
“Someone Like You”
“Elvis Is Dead”
“Type”
“Information Overload”
“Under Cover of Darkness”
“Fight the Fight”
“Solace of You”
“This Is the Life”

2002 Re-release
“Time’s Up”
“History Lesson”
“Pride”
“Love Rears Its Ugly Head”
“New Jack Theme”
“Someone Like You”
“Elvis Is Dead”
“Type”
“Information Overload”
“Under Cover of Darkness”
“Ology”
“Fight the Fight”
“Tag Team Partners”
“Solace of You”
“This Is the Life”
“Final Solution (Live)”
“Middle Man (Live)”

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  • Dirty_Noise

    What a great album.

    26 Aug 9:02pm Reply
  • Piske81

    Sometimes I think I prefer this to Vivid, both albums are so great anyway

    18 Aug 2013 Reply
  • THee-BeAtNiK

    Great Lp!

    11 Jul 2013 Reply
  • Rubberbandman16

    Sum good memories of back in the day, a good CD

    2 Jun 2012 Reply
  • Foggster

    ...right...listened to it maybe 17 or 18 years ago...and i don't know why...

    12 Jan 2012 Reply
  • dReadySteven

    long time not heard... nice rocking punk-funk-style-shit :) brings back ol' days

    13 Dec 2010 Reply
  • DookieMestrebug

    ELVIS IS DEAD!

    13 Jan 2010 Reply
  • hipcheck23

    I struggle between Grace and OK Computer and this, as to the best album of the 90's. all three totally different, great achievements in their own rights

    4 Nov 2009 Reply
  • djkerrrrr

    Living Colour's peak. Kick-ass rock with Stevie Wonder consciousness.

    5 Aug 2009 Reply
  • djgizmoe

    Why the hell is this out of print?!?!

    4 May 2009 Reply
  • DoubtsonDrums

    Being 16 was much better than being 34! I want my life back. Many great memories here.

    9 Dec 2008 Reply
  • schickse77

    one of the best albums ever....

    23 Jul 2008 Reply
  • AdamAntzx

    no comments what the hell ah well good album blah blah blah you get the drift

    30 May 2008 Reply

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