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Fuck Me Jesus

Marduk

Type:
Demo
Release date:
June 1991
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Independent
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
5 reviews (avg. 76%)
1. Intro: Fuck Me Jesus 00:38  
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2. Departure from the Mortals 03:19   Show lyrics
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3. The Black... 04:05   Show lyrics
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4. Within the Abyss 03:39   Show lyrics
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5. Outro: Shut up and Suffer 00:59   instrumental
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Band members
Dread Vocals
Evil Guitars, Lyrics
Rickard Kalm Bass
Af Gravf Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Dan Swanö Mixing
Cricka Cover art
Dread Vocals
Evil Guitars, Lyrics
Rickard Kalm Bass
Af Gravf Drums
Dan Swanö Mixing
Cricka Cover art
Read Mission Accomplished! 93% MaDTransilvanian September 22nd, 2007
Read Solid but short 88% natrix April 12th, 2007
Read Evil, and quite good 80% peer January 21st, 2005
Read Marduk - Fuck Me Jesus 80% Satanic_Warmonger November 18th, 2004
Read This is it eh? 40% Shadow0fDeath August 21st, 2004

Recorded and mixed at Gorysound Studios in June 1991. All music and lyrics by Morgan HÃ¥kansson.

Two different versions of the demo exist, one with colour artwork titled "Fuck Me Jesus" and another with black & white (most probably a later pressing).

Reissued in April 1995 by Osmose Productions on CD and 7", the latter limited to 700 copies.

Reissued in 1999 with three bonus tracks:
6. Dark Endless (re-recorded) [3:52]
7. In Conspiracy with Satan (Bathory cover) [2:17]
8. Woman of Dark Desires (Bathory cover) [4:30]
"Dark Endless" is from the Opus Nocturne sessions, while the Bathory covers were recorded for the In Conspiracy with Satan tribute.

Reissued on 10" vinyl in 2006 by Osmose Productions, limited to 500 copies.

Cover :
Upper = 1991 tape version
Lower = 1995 mcd re-release

Warning - Osmose CD presses dating from February 2001 up to around 2005 may contain a copy-protection method which renders the CD completely unreadable in PCs and certain modern Hi-Fi systems. This isn't indicated anywhere on the packaging.

Re-released by Osmose Productions in 2014, The 12" MLP consists of 3 different limited colour editions with silkscreen on B side.
Both are also under the original demo recording.
Not remastered and no bonus tracks.

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