Tenacious D: Rize of the Fenix: Limited

Tenacious D SKU: 16610491
Tenacious D: Rize of the Fenix: Limited

Tenacious D: Rize of the Fenix: Limited

Tenacious D SKU: 16610491

Format: CD

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Title: Rize of the Fenix: Limited
Artist: Tenacious D
Label: Sony Import
UPC: 887254132523
Genre: Rock

Limited two disc (CD + NTSC/Region 0 DVD) edition includes bonus DVD. 2012 release, the third album from the comedy rock duo. Rize of the Fenix is the follow-up to 2006's the Pick of Destiny and 2001's platinum debut album Tenacious D. Produced by the brilliant John Kimbrough, Rize of the Fenix was recorded in the garage behind his LA home and features Jack Black and Kyle Gass (Tenacious D's core duo), performing with Dave Grohl (drums), John Spiker (bass, piano, organ) and John Konesky (electric guitar). The album was engineered and mixed by John Spiker who has been touring with the band for years. Rize of the Fenix was recorded over the past six years as Tenacious D went back to their roots. "We recorded down and dirty in a friend's garage with a shoestring budget of 600 dollars, much like Nirvana's first album Bleach-or the Beatles first album Help. Rough and yet a masterpiece."

1.1 Rize of the Fenix
1.2 Low Hangin' Fruit
1.3 Classical Teacher
1.4 Se Orita
1.5 Deth Starr
1.6 Roadie
1.7 Flutes ; Trombones
1.8 The Ballad of Hollywood Jack and the Rage Kage
1.9 Throw Down
1.10 Rock Is Dead
1.11 They Fucked Our Asses
1.12 To Be the Best
1.13 39
1.14 Quantum Leap
1.15 Rivers of Brown
2.1 Low Hangin' Fruit
2.2 Where Have We Been
2.3 Tale of the Fenix
2.4 Rock Is Dead
2.5 Roadie
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