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Go To Throw Up - Assorted Heap - Killing Peace (Cassette)

What began on a dubious, if not completely deceitful pretext, the Gulf of Tonkin incident, followed by the Gulf of Tonkin resolution in Aug. As the war machine cranked up, the propaganda machine was not far behind. Ah, those were the days. But, getting back to the Vietnam era, one of its pieces of conventional wisdom was that America was at war to make peace. The lyrics, written by Beat poet Tuli Kupferberg and sung by Beat poet Ed Sanders, were intended to depict the madness of that particular war, but they are as timeless as the words of Buffy St.

One has to wonder what Carson was thinking a band called the Fugs was intending to perform? The U. Amd, socket tr4 Intel, socket Intel, socket Bild back.

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Can't hurt, right? As for commercially made cassettes, I'd have to split my answer between whether there is a future for the medium yes, to a point and whether there should be a future for the medium no, there shouldn't be, sheesh.

Next week, a band I love called Horse Feathers will release a limited-edition box set of its three wonderful albums with a bonus set of covers and rarities, and it only exists as a collection of cassettes. It's not the only modern music release to focus on the cassette as its primary means of physical distribution — which, to me, is completely and utterly bonkers.

Because cassettes are, in a word, horrible. To my mind — and please feel free to craft a counterargument in the comments if you think I'm wrong — cassettes offer not a single advantage over other music media. They sound worse. Capture Of Fire 5. Awaiting The Winter Frost 6. Beyond The Wall Of Sleep 7. Northern Lights 8. Etichette: Black Funeral , Black Metal.

Etichette: Crimeny , Crossover. Death Metal from Germany, debut album. Etichette: Amboss , Death Metal. Etichette: Heavy Metal , Nocturnal Rites. Black Metal from Greece.

The absurdity of “killing for peace” was apparent to anyone under the age of, say, The strategy was embodied by the patrol leader who, without irony, explained to the news film crew after his troops torched the grass and wood huts in the .

8 thoughts on “Go To Throw Up - Assorted Heap - Killing Peace (Cassette)”

  1. Arall says:
    Killing Peace Assorted Heap. Type: Demo Release date: Catalog ID: N/A Label: Independent Format: Cassette Reviews: None yet Songs; Lineup; Reviews; Additional notes; Side A: 1. Killing Peace (loading lyrics) 2. Go to Throw Up (loading lyrics) 3. Assorted Heap There are no reviews for Killing Peace yet. You can write.
  2. Mikall says:
    Recorded in September '90 at DUST MUSIC Studio. Contains the Killing Peace Demo (Track 10 - 17, incl. two bonus tracks from the same sessions)/5(19).
  3. Shaktitaur says:
    Jun 25,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Assorted Heap - Killing Peace YouTube Assorted Heap [Album: "Mindwaves" , Germany (Full Album HQ)] - .
  4. Mugul says:
    Jul 06,  · Assorted Heap was a cult death/thrash metal band from Aurich, a town in Lower Saxony, Germany. Their debut demo, Killing Peace, was recorded in early and received very good reviews from many underground magazines. Killing Peace. Killing Peace. Listen Now $ Go to Throw Up. Go to Throw Up. Listen Now $
  5. Shakazilkree says:
    Killing Peace (Demo) 10 Intro. 11 Killing Peace. 12 Go To Throw Up. 13 Assorted Heap. 14 I Don't Care. 15 Green Berets - Fail. 16 Green Berets. 17 After The Attack. Kbps> MediaFire. Scans included: a
  6. Nikosar says:
    11 Killing Peace 12 Go To Throw Up 13 Assorted Heap 14 I Don't Care 15 Green Berets - Evil 16 Green Berets 17 After The Attack Companies, etc. Distributed By – VIC Records Recorded At – Dust Music Studio Mastered At – Elaton (2) Credits. Acoustic Guitar [Additional] – Michael Stötzel (tracks: 4).
  7. Nicage says:
    Assorted Heap País: Alemania Ubicación: Aurich, Baja Sajonia Formada en: Género: Death / Thrash Metal Killing Peace 2. Go to Throw Up 3. Assorted Heap 4. I Don't Care 5. Green Berets 6. After the Attack () The Experience Of Horror. Tracklist: 1.
  8. Tegore says:
    Kult Tysk death / thrash metal, remasterat av gitarristen Klaus Kessemeier; Bonus till albumet: demon "Killing fred" från Gäst L. Coe (ex Scanner, ex Angel Dust).

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