Fatal Design is the fifth studio album by Finnish gothic metal band, Entwine. It was released in 2006 on Spinefarm Records. All music and lyrics written by Entwine All songs arranged by Entwine and Janne Joutsenniemi"Fatal Design" - 3:58 "Chameleon Halo" - 3:33 "Out of You" - 3:45 "Surrender" - 3:50 "Oblivion" - 4:10 "Twisted" - 3:54 "Insomniac" - 4:20 "My Serenity" - 4:05 "Break Me" - 4:48 "Curtained Life" - 5:45 Mika Tauriainen - Vocals Tom Mikkola - Guitar Jaani Kähkönen - Guitar Joni Miettinen - Bass Aksu Hanttu - Drums Riitta Heikkonen - Keyboards, vocals Heikki Heikki Pöyhiä - Backing vocals Jules Näveri - Additional vocals on'Twisted' Aksu Hanttu - Programming Jake Kilpiö - Additional Programming Engineered by Aksu Hanttu and Jaani Kähkönen Drums engineered by Aleksanteri Kuosa Mixed by Mikko Karmila at Finnvox Studios, Finland Mastered by Thomas Eberger at Cutting Room, Stockholm Cover art and design by Tomi Tauriainen Band photography by Jani Mahkonen E-logo by Jani Saajanaho Japanese release features bonus track'Hearts Of Frozen Stone' A remixed version of the song'Break Me' is featured in a YouTube fan film sequel entitled "JC's Halloween II".'Surrender"Chameleon Halo' Break Me on YouTube Surrender on YouTube Official Entwine Website
For the American professional basketball player of the same name, see Charlie Brown Charlie Brown Jr. was a Brazilian rock band, from the city of Santos, São Paulo, whose main influences were Sublime, Bad Brains, 311, Suicidal Tendencies, Rage Against the Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers. When Chorão came to Santos at seventeen he had a strong interest in skateboarding and rock music. From time to time he would stand in for a singer of a local rock band when the guy had to go to the bathroom during a show. A musician in another saw Chorão performing during these bathroom breaks and invited him to join his band; when the band's bass player quit, Chorão found Champignon, twelve. On, Chorão decided to start his own band, invited Champignon and Pelado, Marcão and Thiago; the band would continue to have shows in the city without an official name until Chorão crashed his car into a coconut shack, named "Charlie Brown". And the "Jr", because they are children of new rock generations with Red Hot Chili Peppers and Raimundos.
Producer Rick Bonadio, whom Champignon knew, invited them to make a demo tape and he liked what he heard, they were soon picked up by Virgin Records. In 1997, they released the debut album Transpiração Contínua Prolongada. Well received by the public, it remains as their biggest hit to date, CBJ won a VMB in the Breakthrough Artist category. In April 2005 members Champignon, Marcão, Pelado decided to leave the band, alleging'artistic differences', they were soon replaced by Heitor Vilela Gomes on bass, Pingüim on drums and beat box, former band member Thiago Castanho, who returned to play guitar. This new Charlie Brown Jr. formation is toured throughout Brazil and around some cities in the United States in July. On March 6, 2013, Chorão, lead vocals was found dead in his apartment, his driver found him unconscious and called for an ambulance. Once it arrived, paramedics pronounced him dead at the scene; the cause of death was reported as an overdose of cocaine. Six months another member of the group, was found dead in his apartment.
In September 9, he committed suicide, with a shot in his mouth. After Chorão's death, many local and international celebrities and media outlets paid their respects and shared their tributes; these celebrities included lead singer of the band Guns N' Roses, Axl Rose, Brazilian musicians and artists. Chorão† - lead vocals Champignon† - bass guitar, backing vocals Thiago Castanho - lead and rhythm guitar, backing vocals Marcão - lead and rhythm guitar Bruno Graveto - drums Renato Pelado - drums Pinguim - drums Heitor Gomes - bass guitar Transpiração Contínua Prolongada Preço Curto... Prazo Longo Nadando com os Tubarões Abalando a Sua Fábrica Bocas Ordinárias Tamo Aí na Atividade Imunidade Musical Ritmo, Ritual e Responsa Camisa 10 Joga Bola Até na Chuva La Familia 013 List of Brazilian musicians Official site