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A Feast for the Fallen

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Type:
Full-length
Release date:
September 7th, 2002
Catalog ID:
iatde007
Label:
In at the Deep End Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
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1. The Hordes 03:52   Show lyrics
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2. The Pain of Being Dead 01:19   Show lyrics
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3. Cannibal 02:50   Show lyrics
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4. Brains 00:11   Show lyrics
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5. Resurrection Cemetary 02:03   Show lyrics
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6. Kingdom of the Undead 02:49   Show lyrics
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7. Epulum 00:47   Show lyrics
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8. Necromancer 02:25   Show lyrics
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9. The Night Has a Thousand Eyes 01:47   Show lyrics
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10. Zombie Sweetheart 01:58   Show lyrics
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11. Aim for the Head 00:08   Show lyrics
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12. Zombified 02:22   Show lyrics
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13. (Spoken Words Hidden Track) 24:15  
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Band members
XUndead Bass
El Diablo Drums
Medico Guitars
B'Hellmouth Vocals
Guest/Session
Jamie Farrell Vocals
Miscellaneous staff
Kevin McGonnell Producer, Photography
Paul Yeadon Producer (additional)
Johnny Carter Producer (additional)
Heysi Layout
XUndead Bass
El Diablo Drums
Medico Guitars
B'Hellmouth Vocals
Jamie Farrell Vocals
Kevin McGonnell Producer, Photography
Paul Yeadon Producer (additional)
Johnny Carter Producer (additional)
Heysi Layout
Read Hello Dispatch, Send More... 87% Wrath_of_Conan March 2nd, 2005

The chorus from the track "The Hordes" ("When theres no room left in hell, the dead will walk the Earth") is a tagline to the 1978 George A. Romero film "Dawn of the Dead".

The title of "The Pain of Being Dead" is a reference to a line in the 1985 Dan O'Bannon film "The Return of the Living Dead", in which the character Ernie Kaltenbrunner asks a rotting zombie woman who has been torn to two parts and tied down to an embalming table about why they eat people. The zombie answers "not people, brains, they eat brains". Ernie asks "why they eat brains" and the half zombie says "the pain". Ernie asks "what about the pain" and she answers "the pain of being dead".

The sample used during the introduction to "Cannibal" is taken from the 1985 George A. Romero film "Day of the Dead"; specifically the death scene of the character Rickles.

The sample used as the introduction to "Brains" is taken from the 1988 Ken Wiederhorn film "Return of the Living Dead Part II" ("They want brains? We'll give 'em brains").

The title of "Resurrection Cemetery" is a reference to film "The Return of the Living Dead", about a specific scene in the film where a gang of 'punks' go to congregate in the local cemetery (bearing the name "Resurrection Cemetery" on its gates). Later on, zombies begin to crawl out from their graves and hunt down the gang.

The sample used as the introduction to "Kingdom of the Undead" is taken from the 1968 George A. Romero film "Night of the Living Dead".

"The Night Has a Thousand Eyes" uses theme music from the film "The Return of the Living Dead".

Hidden track is a sort of radio play, it tells the story of an outbreak of zombies in American southwest and an attempt to escape the resulting military quarantine.

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Barcode: 5 024545 209624

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