Dysfunction is the second studio album by American rock band Staind, released on April 13, 1999. It is also the group's first release on any label at all, in this case the Flip/Elektra label. It is also their first to feature their famous logo. Suffocate", "Just Go", "Mudshovel", and "Home" were released as singles. The song "Mudshovel" can also be found on the band's previous album, Tormented, albeit in a slightly different form; that version of the song goes under the title spelled "Mudshuvel"
Staind's second studio album - Dysfunction (1999) Tracklist: 1. Suffocate 00:00 2. Just Go 3:15 3. Me 8:01 4. Raw 12:34 5. Mudshovel 16:44 6. Home 21:25 7. .WMG; PEDL, ASCAP, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, UBEM, CMRRA, Warner Chappell, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (6).
Despite trying to remove Staind from opening for Limp Bizkit at a 1997 concert, due to the intense cover illustration on their 1996 album Tormented, Fred Durst was impressed with their performance. After hearing their four-song demo, Durst signed Staind to Flip/Elektra to record the band's album Dysfunction. Durst and Staind then traveled to Jacksonville, Florida to begin developing new songs, and after a meeting with Flip, Staind recorded a three-track sampler in Los Angeles, California.
Staind – Dysfunction. Label: Flip Records (2) – 62356-2. Hype sticker: "this is real! watch out cuz they're not gonna stop. fred durst of limp bizkit STAIND dysfunction featuring just go and mudshovel 62356-2.
Album Name Dysfunction. Data de aparición 13 Abril 1999. Labels Elektra Records Flip Records. Enregistrado en Studio Litho. Estilo MusicalNu Metal. Miembros poseen este álbum94.
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Dysfunction is Staind's second album, but the first on a major label. Tormented being the first, with it's much heavier riffs and vocals and quite controversial cover art. Staind was discovered in the late 90's opening for Limp Bizkit. Fred was so offended by the artwork to their first album that he threw a fit and tried to have them thrown off the bill. He failed, and stood on the side of the stage to see their show. Fred liked it so much, he decided to co-produce their major label debut. And so Dysfunction was made
Album Name Dysfunction. Лейблы Elektra Records.
Staind is very much emblematic of its era, as much as Poison was of its - which isn't meant to be a slam, actually. It's just that the band's debut album, Dysfunction, is a product of the times. Staind shows a lot of promise on Dysfunction, but you'd forgive a casual observer for thinking that it's an average alt-metal record, because in many ways it is.
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|Bonus Track + Hidden Track||(20:09)|
|10a||Bring The Noise
Featuring – Limp BizkitVocals – Fred DurstWritten-By – Carlton Ridenhour, Hank Shocklee, William Jonathan Drayton
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elektra Entertainment Group Inc.
- Manufactured By – East West Japan Inc.
- Lyrics By – Aaron Lewis
- Music By – Staind
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- Barcode: none
- Rights Society: JASRAC
- Matrix / Runout: AMCY-7035 1
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L276
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 4548
|62356-2||Staind||Dysfunction (CD, Album)||Flip Records||62356-2||US||1999|
|7559623562||Staind||Dysfunction (CD, Album)||Flip Records , Elektra||7559623562||Australia||1999|
|AMCY-7035||Staind||Dysfunction (CD, Album, Ltd)||WEA, EastWest Japan||AMCY-7035||Japan||1999|
|62356-2||Staind||Dysfunction (CD, Album, RP)||Flip Records , Elektra||62356-2||US||Unknown|
|62356-4||Staind||Dysfunction (Cass, Album, Dol)||Elektra, Flip Records||62356-4||US||1999|