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Lunar Womb

The Obsessed

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
1991
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Hellhound Records
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 93%)
1. Brother Blue Steel 03:26   Show lyrics
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2. Bardo 02:21   Show lyrics
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3. Hiding Mask 03:53   Show lyrics
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4. Spew 03:06   instrumental
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5. Kachina 03:44   Show lyrics
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6. Jaded 03:58   Show lyrics
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7. Back to Zero 03:57   Show lyrics
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8. No Blame 01:25   Show lyrics
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9. No Mas 02:51   Show lyrics
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10. Endless Circles 04:11   Show lyrics
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11. Lunar Womb 06:22   Show lyrics
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12. Embryo 01:47   instrumental
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Band members
Wino Guitars, Vocals
Scott Reeder Bass, Vocals (Tracks 2 & 7)
Greg Rogers Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Mathias Schneeberger Engineering, Producer
Scott Reeder Engineering (additional), Producer
Ben West Layout
Naomi Peterson (R.I.P. 2003) Photography
Greg Rogers Producer
Weinrich Producer
Wino Guitars, Vocals
Scott Reeder Bass, Vocals (Tracks 2 & 7)
Greg Rogers Drums
Mathias Schneeberger Engineering, Producer
Scott Reeder Engineering (additional), Producer
Ben West Layout
Naomi Peterson (R.I.P. 2003) Photography
Greg Rogers Producer
Weinrich Producer
Read 'Just a shadow... I love you' 93% Acrobat January 9th, 2009

Recorded and mixed at Powerplay & Vielklang Studios, Berlin, 1991.
All songs by The Obsessed.

Originally released on CD & LP.

Reissued on CD by MeteorCity Records in 2006 with altered cover art. Remastered by Dave Shirk at Sonorous Mastering, Tempe AZ, 2006.

Reissued on LP by 20 Buck Spin in 2006. Available on black and blue splatter vinyl. The blue vinyl is limited to 300 copies.

Cover art is Saturn Devouring His Children by the Spanish painter Francisco de Goya (1746-1828).

"Brother Blue Steel" inspired by Danny Hood - R.I.P.

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