Boris The Spider - The Accüsed - Grinning Like An Undertaker (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • The Who originally recorded Boris the Spider written by John Entwistle and The Who released it on the album A Quick One in It was also covered by The Blue Up?, Triggerfinger, Tom Constanten, The Space Negros and other artists.
  • Boris the Spider Lyrics: Look, he's crawling up my wall / Black and hairy, very small / Now he's up above my head / Hanging by a little thread / Boris the spider / Boris the spider / Now he's.
  • Pete Townshend once said that "Magic Bus" and "Boris the Spider" were consistently the two most requested songs at the Who's live shows, and he seemed at once amused and miffed that a pair of mere "novelty songs" were the ones that went over best with the punters.
  • Sam from Seattle, Wa I know John sings the verses, but during the chorus, who has the deep, dark. raspy growl of "Boris the spider" Rachel from Cleveland, Oh anyway, great song. I used to have a little black spider that lived in my bathroom that I called Boris.. haha; Shelby from The Other Side, United States Awwwwwwww man. This is so funny.
  • Accused - Grinning Like An Undertaker: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Pounding Nails (Into The Lid Of Your Coffin) A2: Bullet-Ridden Bodies No Vinyl+CDR 12 Listed For Sale: accused grinning like an undertaker.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Grinning Like An Undertaker on Discogs/5(15).
  • I spoke with Tommy Niemeyer all about the new album - 'The Curse Of Martha Splatterhead' - his new line-up, his straight razor sharp riffs, and the pending future of The Accüsed. After our conversation, which was more fun than any maddest story ever told, Tommy felt ever so motivated, and fulfilled, grinning like an undertaker.
  • "Boris the Spider" is a song written by The Who's bassist, John Entwistle. It appears as the second track of their album A Quick One. This song is claimed to be Entwistle's first composition, and became a staple of live shows.
  • The Accüsed is an American crossover thrash band from Seattle, Washington, founded in The band was a progenitor of the crossover style that bridged the gap between thrashcore and thrash metal, later influencing grindcore and some crust punk bands; as well as an influential band in the Seattle area alternative scene. The band calls their music "splattercore", and their zombie mascot.

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