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A Brief History of Salmon

Salmon Hater

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
July 30th, 2016
Catalog ID:
N/A
Version desc.:
Bandcamp
Label:
Independent
Format:
Digital
Reviews:
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1. The Hate Has Risen 01:35  
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2. 6.66 (1/100th of the Number of the Beast) 01:54  
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3. You Are What I Eat 03:18  
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4. Shark Sandwich 02:11  
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5. Full on Kevin's Bacon 02:04  
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6. Salminator 02:12  
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7. This Is an Invasion (Run for Your Life) 03:26  
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8. Home Is Where the Hate Is 02:30  
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9. Sleep with the Humans 03:51  
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10. March of the Salmon / The Caveman and the Sea 08:12  
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11. Codpieceface 02:40  
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12. It Ain't Easy Being Mean 04:36  
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13. Busking for Satan 01:48  
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Band members
Orthon Unknown ("Threshing Pile of Meat")
Balzac Unknown ("Festering Innards")
Zaltog Unknown ("Bleeding Stumps")
Torv Vocals, Lyrics
Guest/Session
Jupiter Vocals (additional) (track 9)
Saturn Vocals (additional) (track 9)
Tug Dumbly Lyrics (additional), Voiceover (track 7)
Jay Katz Narration (Track 10)
Miscellaneous staff
Andy Christ Photography, clothing
Anton Emdin "Evolution" Illustration
Mitch Hertz Producer
Ian Pritchett Engineering (drums)
Orthon Unknown ("Threshing Pile of Meat")
Balzac Unknown ("Festering Innards")
Zaltog Unknown ("Bleeding Stumps")
Torv Vocals, Lyrics
Jupiter Vocals (additional) (track 9)
Saturn Vocals (additional) (track 9)
Tug Dumbly Lyrics (additional), Voiceover (track 7)
Jay Katz Narration (Track 10)
Andy Christ Photography, clothing
Anton Emdin "Evolution" Illustration
Mitch Hertz Producer
Ian Pritchett Engineering (drums)
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Two videoclips were made back in 2003. The songs featured in them were "6.66 (1/100th of the Number of the Beast)" and "You Are What I Eat".

Recording information:

Drums engineered at Noisegate Studios (Castle Hill, New South Wales, AUS)

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Added on: 2016-08-30 16:05:11 Last modified on: 2016-11-16 15:09:54