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Pride (Living Colour album)

Pride
Living Colour
Released November 14, 1995
Recorded 1987-94
Genre Funk metal, heavy metal, hard rock, alternative metal
Length 1:14:39
Label Epic
Living Colour chronology

Stain
(1993)
Pride
(1995)
Collideøscope
(2003)

Pride is Living Colour's 1995 greatest hits album. It contains four rare tracks recorded for the follow-up of their third album Stain. However, this collection is now out of print. Problems with the rights ownership make a reissue unlikely.

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Allmusic 4.5/5 stars link
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars link
Entertainment Weekly (B) link

Track Listing

No. Title Length
1. "Pride"   4:55
2. "Release the Pressure"   4:15
3. "Sacred Ground"   3:47
4. "Visions"   4:35
5. "Love Rears Its Ugly Head" (Soulpower Remix) 6:13
6. "These Are Happy Times"   5:27
7. "Memories Can't Wait (Live)"   5:05
8. "Cult of Personality"   4:53
9. "Funny Vibe"   3:53
10. "WTFF"   2:04
11. "Glamour Boys"   3:40
12. "Open Letter (To a Landlord)"   5:32
13. "Solace of You"   3:35
14. "Nothingness"   3:30
15. "Type"   6:26
16. "Time's Up"   3:07
17. "What's Your Favorite Color? (Theme Song)"   4:42
  • Tracks 2-4 and 6 are previously unreleased.
  • Tracks 8, 9, 11, 12, and 17 are from Vivid.
  • Tracks 1, 13, 15, and 16 are from Time's Up.
  • Tracks 10 and 14 are from Stain.
  • Track 7 is from Biscuits EP.
  • Track 5 was released as a single.

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