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Hate Breeders - Misfits - Walk Among Us (Vinyl, Album)


  • The CD distributed by Video Arts in Japan included a rare limited edition 5” vinyl record of the Misfits studio version of “Day the Earth Caught Fire” (on Side A) and an unreleased live recording of Jerry Only performing the song with Balzac in concert in Japan (on Side B).
  • Hate Breeders: A7: Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight? (Live) See more tracks No Vinyl+CDR 23 Listed For Sale: misfits walk among us.
  • Mar 04,  · =LYRICS= Whoa oh oh No Whoa oh oh Hate breeders Whoa oh oh Whoa oh oh Hate breeders Whoa oh oh Brain invasion goin' on in everyone You feel the things that make a world turn angry red Because the.
  • Misfits - Walk Among Us Album Lyrics; 1. 20 Eyes Lyrics: 2. Mommy, Can I Go Out and Kill Tonight? (live) Lyrics: 3. Vampira Lyrics: 4. Skulls Lyrics: 5. Nike-A-Go-Go Lyrics: 6. Astro Zombies Lyrics: 7. Night Of The Living Dead Lyrics: 8. Hatebreeders Lyrics: 9. I Turned Into A Martian Lyrics: Violent World Lyrics: Nike a Go Go Lyrics.
  • Oct 25,  · After checking various misfits discographies, it seems the album was originally mastered in for the three or four times it was originally pressed in By , CD had come along, so it was time for a reissue and with the reissue another mastering (one of the Misfit sites seems to confirm this with acetates cut by Bernie Grundman /5().
  • Mar 31,  · Reissue on gram vinyl of the first pressing with pink background and pink Misfits logo. Released with printed inner sleeve which contains lyrics and a photo collage on opposing sides. The Plan9 logo appears on the back cover. Glossy black Ruby center labels with red writings/5().
  • Walk Among Us, an Album by Misfits. Released 30 November on Earache (catalog no. MOSH; Vinyl LP). Genres: Horror Punk, Hardcore Punk.
  • debut album from the iconic Misfits. This is good ol' American Punk: fast, relentless, and full of character. What set the Misfits apart from their counterparts (and keeps them relevant) was that Glenn Danzig's punk vision was lucid. Even though songs are traveling at Tasmanian speeds in short spurts, Danzig instituted engaging song structures, (shouted) melodies, a cohesive band.

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