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That sense of loss makes No Way Out a more substantial album than most mid-'90s hip-hop releases, and even if it has flaws - there's a bit too much filler and it runs a little long - it is nevertheless a compelling, harrowing album that establishes Puff Daddy as a vital rapper in his own.
No Way Out soundtrack from 1987, composed by Maurice Jarre. Released by Varese Sarabande in 1987 (VCD 47301) containing music from No Way Out (1987).
No Way Out is the debut studio album by American rapper Puff Daddy. It was released on July 22, 1997, by Bad Boy Records and Arista Records.
No Easy Way Out is the debut studio album from American singer-songwriter Robert Tepper, released by Scotti Brothers Records in 1986. It reached No. 144 on the US Billboard 200 chart. Four singles were released from the album: "No Easy Way Out", "Don't Walk Away", "Angel of the City" and "If That's What You Call Lovin'". No Easy Way Out" reached No. 22 on the Billboard Hot 100. "Don't Walk Away" reached No. 85 on the same chart.
No Way Out by Eternal Deformity, released 18 November 2016 1. I 2. Esoteric Manifesto 3. Sweet Isolation 4. Reinvented 5. Mothman 6. Mimes and Ghouls 7. Glacier Always changing, always evolving. However, the musicians have never forgotten about their roots. Artistic yet extreme, Eternal Deformity's new album No Way Out is in some ways a blend of the elements above, but this is no retread. The sound is as fresh as ever, with Kajnat delivering a range of demented blackened snarls and Arcturian cleans.
No Way Out is a living document of the most tumultuous period in Bad Boy’s run. It embodies the complex mix of emotions felt while persevering through great trauma amid triumph. It's a record that splits itself in two trying to capture a gaudy lifestyle and the devastation of loss all at once, equal parts funeral pyre, signal fire, and beach luau. But No Way Out is more than just the commissioning of lifeless tributes or some flagrant attempt to merchandise tragedy; it’s an attempt to do the most difficult thing in adversity’s wake: keep going.
Album · 1996 · 17 Songs. Listen on Apple Music.
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