Band Name The Human Condition (UK). Album Name Modern Maze.
Modern Maze by The Human Condition, released 01 November 2010 1. Modern Maze 2. The Gifts I Gave 3. Pretending. Includes unlimited streaming of Modern Maze via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days.
What was the meaning behind this album, especially the last song on the album? Jon went into detail in an interview about the meaning of the album’s title, even more beyond the following quote. We’re humans, we have issues, including myself, so on this album, there’s a lot of me just kind of venting about how the fact that I’m frustrated that I’m human. For the last song, Hand of God, this annotation explains it well. Having something you believe i. s what often gives us purpose and reason to continue. on uses his outro to preach these ideals of love and happiness into our lives.
The Human Condition is the second album by Scottish technical death metal band Man Must Die. "Intro" - 1:08. Silent Observer" - 3:24. March of the Clones" - 2:46. 1000 Promises of Pain" - 5:00. Cardboard Gangster" - 4:08. Past the Point" - 4:55. You Stand Alone" - 4:29. Organized Insanity" - 3:19. Suicide Gene" - 5:34. Joe McGlynn - vocals. Alan McFarland - guitar.
The debut solo album from Jon Bellion, 2016's The Human Condition showcases the New York singer and rapper's swaggering, heartfelt pop. Produced by Bellion along with Stephan Moccio, Mark Williams, and Raul Cubina, the album displays more of the hooky skills Bellion first displayed on songs for Eminem, Rihanna, and Jason Derulo. These are uplifting, hip-hop-inflected anthems, infused with Bellion's ear for melodic pop songcraft. Included on The Human Condition are the singles "Guillotine," "All Time Low," "Maybe IDK," and "80's Films.