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Ghoul / Brody's Militia

Ghoul

Type:
Split
Release date:
July 17th, 2008
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Rescued from Life Records
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 89%)
1. Ghoul - Roadkill 03:16   Show lyrics
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2. Ghoul - Gloomy Sunday [Cover of Rezső Seress] 01:55   Show lyrics
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3. Brody's Militia - Nerve Damage (Intro) 00:46  
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4. Brody's Militia - Lying In Wait 01:06  
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5. Brody's Militia - I, Knuckle Dragger 00:44  
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6. Brody's Militia - Knife Fighting In Finland 01:45  
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Band members
Ghoul
Fermentor Drums, Vocals
Cremator Vocals, Bass
Dissector Vocals, Guitars
Digestor Vocals, Guitars
Guest/Session
Ghoul
The Swamphag Vocals (A2)
Miscellaneous staff
Ghoul
Sal Raya Engineering, Mixing
Dan Randall Mastering
Nor Prego Artwork
Ghoul
Fermentor Drums, Vocals
Cremator Vocals, Bass
Dissector Vocals, Guitars
Digestor Vocals, Guitars
Ghoul
The Swamphag Vocals (A2)
Ghoul
Sal Raya Engineering, Mixing
Dan Randall Mastering
Nor Prego Artwork
Read An interesting pairing... 89% Mortuary_Mosh April 24th, 2010

Tracks 1-2: Ghoul
Tracks 3-6: Brody's Militia

Ghoul:
Sean McGrath aka Digestor - Vocals, Guitar
Dan Randall aka Dissector - Guitar
Ross Sewage aka Cremator - Vocals, Bass
Dino Sommese aka Fermentor - Drums
The Swamphag - Vocals (A2)

Recorded and mixed at Earhammer Studios by Sal Raya, mastered at Mammoth Sound by Dan Randall.

Brody's Militia:

The Gooch - Vocals
Douglas Long aka Doug - Guitar
Henry Bruening aka Hank - Bass
Albert Veith aka Albert - Drums
Eazy-E - ?

Recorded at MARS Studio by Bill Korecky, 12.02.06

Split limited to 700 copies. Released on "gruesome green" colored vinyl. (Cat. # RFL-53) Artwork by Nor Prego

"Gloomy Sunday" is a song composed by Hungarian pianist and composer Rezső Seress in 1933 to a Hungarian poem written by László Jávor (original Hungarian title of both song and poem "Szomorú vasárnap"), in which the singer reflects on the horrors of modern culture. Though recorded and performed by many singers, "Gloomy Sunday" is closely associated with Billie Holiday, who scored a hit version of the song in 1941. Ghoul version recorded with altered lyrics.

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Added on: 2008-10-11 11:19:22 Last modified on: 2013-05-21 01:47:47
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