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Morticians - Morticians mp3 flac
Spark the Magnificent and Fats bring you Philly Morticians! All freestyle rap straight to cassette! Produced by Professor950 for Ghost Jazz Tapes.
Album · 2013 · 14 Songs.
Features Song Lyrics for Morticians's Mutilation Recreation album. Morticians - Mutilation Recreation Album Lyrics. 1. Mortal Death Lyrics.
The biggest thing in death since the bubonic plague, the Memphis Morticians are a four-piece band out of New York City. Established in 1999, this funeral industry group transmits a mortuary positive message to the masses via their infectious sonic vibes.
Another Album from the Memphis Morticians, 2013. Shake and Howl, 03:46. Something's Gonna Break, 02:32. Brand New Grave, 04:19.
The biggest thing in death since the bubonic plague, the Memphis Morticians are a four-piece outfit out of New York City. Established in 1997, this funeral industry group transmits a mortuary positive message to the masses via their infectious sonic vibes. Steeped in the vinyl goodness of 1950s rockabilly, 1960s garage, punk rock and psychobilly, the Morts brew their own unique swill of Rot&Roll.
Analog Autopsy, by Morticians of Death. 5 February ·. See all.
The Memphis Morticians' second full-length album straight from Mars to your ears via 1's and 0's only. Recored over the course of June 2011 to January 2012 at the Space by Jacques Cohen. Fourteen tracks of Garage-a-billy confusion sure to keep the toes tapping six feet down.
Morticians was formed in the autumn of 1991 when Andreas Rimheden and Stefan Thor both went to the same art school in the southern parts of Sweden.
|A2||Mr. Stay At Home|
|A3||I Luv Me|
|B2||Let Yourself Out|
|B3||Dead No More|
- Recorded At – Troy Horse Studios
- Drums – Andreas Wanda
- Guitar, Vocals – Clive Turton, Peter Lusty
- Photography By – Wendy Wood
- Producer, Engineer – Colin Wright
- Vocals, Bass – James Roden