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Attack Of The Microphone - Cemetery Blues flac album

Attack Of The Microphone - Cemetery Blues flac album Performer: Attack Of The Microphone
Title: Cemetery Blues
Style: Stoner Rock, Grunge
Released: 2008
MP3 album: 1368 mb
FLAC album: 1318 mb
Rating: 4.1
Genre: Rock

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1 El Carnaval De Las Bestias
2 Death Is A Gimmick
3 Pepermints & Suicides
4 Some Blue Nights In The Same Blue Veins
5 Black On Black
6 The Doom, The Loss & The Fourth Dimension / Cerceuil Sur Mesure
7 Now, We Taste Like Babylon
8 Rodeo Is Bleeding
9 Have You Ever Danced With The Devil On A Full Moon Evening?
10 House Of All Sins (A Cassette From The Port Of Saints)
11 Skeletons Of A Golden Dawn
12 La Bête Contre Les Murs
13 Meat-Rump-Meat


  • Artwork – Sébastien Thibault
  • Bass – Stéphanie Vézina
  • Drums – Sébastien Thibault
  • Guitar – Jonathan Lebreux, Pierre Paradis
  • Mastered By – Harris Newman
  • Producer – Sébastien Thibault
  • Recorded By – Pierre Paradis
  • Vocals – Martin Bouchard
  • Written-By – François Turcotte (tracks: 5), Ghyslaine Bouillon (tracks: 6), Jonathan Cummins (tracks: 2), Olivier Desbiens (tracks: 3, 5, 7, 12), Sébastien Thibault