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Carheart

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Type:
Full-length
Release date:
August 2003
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Jester Records
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 83%)
1. Something Furry This Way Comes 01:36  
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2. Carheart 03:56   Show lyrics
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3. Queen of the Hi-Ace 04:15   Show lyrics
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4. Road 05:44  
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5. Gum, Meet, Mother 05:00   Show lyrics
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6. Dogs with Wheels 01:33  
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7. It's All Gone Weird 05:39   Show lyrics
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8. Kennel Crash Recovery 02:30  
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9. Hustler 05:19   Show lyrics
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10. Bandit 04:32   Show lyrics
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11. Be Elevator 08:49   Show lyrics
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Band members
Czral Guitars, Vocals
Esso Drums
Plenum Bass
Guest/Session
Kim Sølve Music, Performer (tracks 1,6,8)
Zweizz Music, Performer (tracks 1,6,8)
Øyvind Hægeland Vocals (track 9)
Aggie "Frost" Peterson Vocals (track 3)
Kristoffer Rygg Vocals (track 3)
Miscellaneous staff
Kim Sølve Artwork, Design
Ingar Hunskaar Producer, Mixing
Zweizz Lyric co-writter (tracks 3,11)
Tom Kvålsvoll Mastering
Trine Paulsen Logo
Czral Guitars, Vocals
Esso Drums
Plenum Bass
Kim Sølve Music, Performer (tracks 1,6,8)
Zweizz Music, Performer (tracks 1,6,8)
Øyvind Hægeland Vocals (track 9)
Aggie "Frost" Peterson Vocals (track 3)
Kristoffer Rygg Vocals (track 3)
Kim Sølve Artwork, Design
Ingar Hunskaar Producer, Mixing
Zweizz Lyric co-writter (tracks 3,11)
Tom Kvålsvoll Mastering
Trine Paulsen Logo
Read A strange and compelling... 83% Abominatrix November 29th, 2008

Part of the song "Hustler" belongs a movie scene of Andrei Tarkovsky's Stalker (1979).

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