The Best of Times is the fourth album from New York City hardcore punk band, Murphy's Law. It was released in 1991 (see 1991 in music). The Best of Times" - 2:23. Did You Play War?" - 1:59. Ebony and Ivory" - 3:01. Harder Than Who" - 2:12. Sock It to Me Santa" - 1:52. Hemp for Victory" - 0:55.
Track List Intro Best Of Times Big Spliff Freaktown Tight Did You Play War Ebony & Ivory Harder Than Who Car Song Beer Bath Santa's Got a Brand New Bag 1% Burnt Toast Hemp For Victory Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands. Wrong album? Let us know. Expand player Collapse player. More from Murphy'S Law. SALE. See all Murphy'S Law merch.
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1) Murphy's Law are a New York Hardcore (NYHC) band. The band’s line-up has constantly changed, with the exception of lead singer Jimmy Gestapo, who has remained throughout. Now in 2013 its the reuniting of Todd Youth with Jimmy Gestapo Murphy's law again remains one of the original and legends of the NYHC scene.
Murphy's law is an adage or epigram that is typically stated as: "Anything that can go wrong will go wrong". The concept may be as old as humanity.
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Edward A. Murphy, an engineer working on Air Force Project MX981, (a project) designed to see how much sudden deceleration a person can stand in a crash. One day, after finding that a transducer was wired wrong, he cursed the technician responsible and said, "If there is any way to do it wrong, he'll find i. The contractor's project manager kept a list of "laws" and added this one, which he called Murphy's Law. Actually, what he did was take an old law that had been around for years in a more basic form and give it a name. Shortly afterwards, the Air Force. To the best of my memory, it was in or about the fall of 1968, I saw the photo copied article that presented Murphy's Law. I do not remember the magazine or it's date. What lead me to this site was the quest for the article described above.
Though you can't exactly say he's fired a blank, the number of unengaging productions and unimaginative rhymes makes it apparent that Lee is best suited to the guest spots and supporting roles that helped pave the way for this. This fact is proved most in the songs where Lee is the one getting the assistance; for instance, one "what!/yeah!/OK!" combination from Lil Jon (in "This Goes Out") all but destroys the rest of the record.
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|7||Ebony And Ivory|
|8||Harder Than Who|
|11||Santa's Got A Brand New Bag|
|14||Hemp For Victory|
|88561-1070-1||Murphy's Law||The Best Of Times (LP)||Relativity||88561-1070-1||US||1991|
|88.771.01||Murphy's Law||The Best Of Times (LP, Album, RE, Pin)||I Scream Records||88.771.01||US||2014|
|88.771.01||Murphy's Law||The Best Of Times (LP, RE, Album, Whi)||I Scream Records||88.771.01||Belgium||2014|
|751045-2||Murphy's Law||The Best Of Times / Good For Now (CD, Album, RE)||Ng/Artemis Records||751045-2||US||2000|
|ZT 90909||Murphy's Law||The Best Of Times (Cass, Album)||Relativity||ZT 90909||Canada||1991|