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Children Shouldn't Play With Deadthings
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Label: Horror Show Records
Catalog Number: HSR-0100
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Creep E drums
Ruin lead guitar
|1. ||Dance of the Fishhog |
|2. ||That's What I Believe |
|3. ||Killed Her in St. Kilda |
|4. ||Give It to Me |
|5. ||Stop the Rot |
|6. ||Knife or Gun |
|7. ||Death in St Kilda remixed by Dog Machine |
|8. ||I Killed Her in St Kilda opiate mix |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: October 7, 2008 at 18:01|
|VLC started of as bubblegum glam and slowly drifted more towards the punk genre. This was their first cd after a couple of earlier cassette EPs and is kinda the mid-gound between their glam material and their punk material. "That's What I Believe" and "Killed Her In St Kilda" are the standout tracks on this one. Tracks 7 and 8 are total filler. VLC are comparable to maybe Hollywood Teasze. Classic glam-punk with a dirty rock twist!
||Date: November 17, 2008 at 22:14|
|I personally think this is utterly terrible. For me it sounds more like punk than anything resembling glam/sleaze and the songs are very weak. I've been lucky enough to trade many copies of this to overseas collectors, but never even thought twice about keeping a copy for my collection.
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