Friday, November 28, 2008

Bigelf - Cheat the Gallows

Bigelf - Cheat the Gallows (released '08)

01 - Gravest Show on Earth
02 - Blackball
03 - Money It's Pure Evil
04 - The Evils of Rock'N'Roll
05 - No Parachute
06 - The Game
07 - Superstar
08 - Race With Me
09 - Hydra
10 - Counting Sheep

Bigelf - Hex

Bigelf - Hex (released '03)

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Bigelf - Close to Doom

Bigelf - Close to Doom


Bigelf - Money Machine

Bigelf - Money Machine

Flaunting a style that is unparalleled, Bigelf have forged a sound all their own: heavy pop rife with epic guitars, maniacal keyboards and rich, sophisticated harmonies laid over a foundation of hallucinatory hard rock. Working within their carefully constructed pop framework, they have injected a diabolical sound quality with quasi-psychedelic overtones, where demonic timbres are mingled with explosive experimental passages. Bigelf is a cutting edge, musical experience unlike anything else out there today.


Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Witchcraft - Self-Titled

Witchcraft - Self-Titled (released '04)


Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Rollerball - Lost in Space EP

Rollerball - Lost in Space EP (released '99)

Another tasty little treat from Rollerball.................Love this band!

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Whores of Tijuana discography

Whores of Tijuana - Self-Titled (released '05)

The Whores of Tijuana are a Stoner/Desert/Rock/Metal band from Orange Country, CA. formed in 1992.

The original members (Jason McGrath, Trent Ramseyer, Stacy Mobley) started jamming in the winter of 1992. Forming a band not to copy the sounds of others but respect their influences. 18 Years Later, The Whores of Tijuana continue to play!

The Whores of Tijuana have just released their 2nd full length album, “Psycholongevity” which is the long awaited follow up of their Self Titled debut album in 2005 which features new bassist, Sean Williams.

01 - Don Juan
02 - 6 Minutes of Lovin
03 - Carved
04 - Running My Machine
05 - Chick Hearn
06 - Trip Manhattan
07 - Shut Your Piehole
08 - Black Salt

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WHORES OF TIJUANA - Psycholongevity (2010)

01 - Conspiracy of Achilles
02 - Toecut
03 - Ultimo Hombre
04 - Racer X
05 - Pig Country
06 - The Shank
07 - Onsiya Kel
08 - Robot Headdresses
09 - Blue Ball Blues

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Maylene And The Sons Of Disaster II

Maylene And The Sons Of Disaster II (released '07)

II is the second studio album from Maylene and the Sons of Disaster. It was released on March 20, 2007, on Ferret Records. On February 6, 2007, the album was leaked onto P2P websites.
The album sold about 6,000 copies in the United States in its first week, earning them their first placement in the Billboard 200 at #156.
A music video was produced for "Dry the River" and found substantial airplay on MTV2's Headbangers Ball. It has the band performing in the shallow end of a creek and the surrounding forest at night. They are eventually subdued by apparent hunters and drug through the woods, as depicted on the album cover. Contrary to popular belief, Underoath drummer Aaron Gillespie does not appear in the video.
The song "Memories of the Grove" is featured in the video games Tony Hawk's Proving Ground and a downloadable track on Guitar Hero II.

1. Memories Of The Grove
2. Dry The River
3. Plenty Strong And Plenty Wrong
4. Darkest Of Kin
5. Raised By The Tide
6. Wylie
7. Death Is An Alcoholic
8. Everyone Needs A Hasting
9. Don't Ever Cross A Trowel
10. Tale Of The Runaways
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Maylene And The Sons Of Disaster

Maylene And The Sons Of Disaster - Self Titled (released '05)

Maylene and the Sons of Disaster is a southern rock band with Christian metal and metalcore influences that formed in 2004 in Birmingham, Alabama and began touring the southern U.S. In 2005, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster signed to Mono Vs Stereo and released their self-titled debut album.
The band name and concept are based on the legend of the criminal gang of Ma Barker and her sons, noting that evil lifestyles will be met with "divine justice".

1. Caution: Dangerous Curves Ahead
2. Road Home To Panther Creek
3. Bang! The Witch Is Dead
4. Tough As John Jacobs
5. Gusty Like The Wind
6. Mind Of A Grimes
7. Lady At The Gate
8. Never Stop Haunting
9. Hell On The Rise
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Monday, November 17, 2008

Fireball Ministry - The Second Great Awakening

Fireball Ministry - The Second Great Awakening (released '03)

Fireball Ministry - The Second Great Awakening (released '03)

Conceived in Cincinnati in the late 90's by Rota and Burton, the band moved to New York City before settling in Los Angeles. After several years appearing with various big name bands in the genre (Danzig, Anthrax, Motörhead, Slayer) but without a breakthrough in sales they have found their own sound and are fast gaining a wider following. The track "King" was selected by Bam Margera and appeared on his Viva La Bands compilation. The band teamed up with Bam's brother Jess Margera when they toured Europe with CKY in 2004.[1] In addition, the track "The Broken" was included in the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) video game WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2006 for the Sony PlayStation 2, further expanding the band's audience.

1. "The Second Great Awakening" – 1:16
2. "King" – 4:32
3. "The Sinner" – 3:27
4. "Master Of None" – 3:47
5. "Daughter Of The Damned" – 4:19
6. "Flatline" – 3:31
7. "In The Mourning" – 4:00
8. "He Who Kills" – 3:53
9. "Rollin' On" – 3:51
10. "Choker" – 5:06
11. "Maidens Of Venus" – 5:14

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Sunday, November 16, 2008

Witchcraft - Firewood

Witchcraft - Firewood (released '05)

No smoke & mirrors here! This is Stoner Rock in it's most raw & pure form. These guys charm the Boot Cuts right off 'ya without the use of Ultra Distortion or Overdriven vocal effects....................I Dig'em.

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Saturday, November 15, 2008

Sasquatch - Discography

"Sasquatch lead the way with their fiery brand of rock n' roll. You'll hear 70's hard rock mixed with a dash of metal carried by an unmistakable undercurrent of psychedelic sounds which permeate their songs. The hook is the focus and that's exactly what they do - hook you in and hold you hostage with a super-heavy, bone-crunching onslaught carrying you from one tight tune to another, leaving you eager with anticipation. Sasquatch will not only knock you on your ass, their collective boot will keep you pinned to the ground.

The band was formed in Los Angeles in 2001 by Philadelphia transplant Keith Gibbs (guitar, vox) and Detroit natives Rick Ferrante (drums) and Clayton Charles (bass). Upon Clayton’s departure in 2007, the guys recruited Chicagoan Jason Casanova (ex-Tummler, Volume) to join the fold. Drawing on influences from 70's metal, rock, and psychedelia, the band falls somewhere between an amalgamation of Black Sabbath, old Soundgarden, Deliverance-era Corrosion of Conformity, Mountain, and a bastardized version of Grand Funk Railroad. Their songwriting approach is clear; keep the focus on the hook.

The band’s newest album “III” was released on Small Stone Records in March 2010 and marked the beginning of a new chapter for the band. While this record continues to showcase their signature sound and technique, the production is bigger and the songwriting is more refined. Combining the simplicity of their Small Stone debut, “I” (released in 2004), with the melodic undercurrent of “II” (2006), they still manage to capture the raw essence that won them their moniker. The record also features a special guest appearance from Monster Magnet’s own Ed Mundell".

Sasquatch I

01 - Intro
02 - Chemical Lady
03 - Roller
04 - Dragonfly
05 - Believe It
06 - Cracks in the Pavement
07 - Knuckle Down
08 - Money Man
09 - Boss Hog
10 - Cyrus
11 - Yetti

Sasquatch II (released '06)

Just a really SOLID list of music in this Great record by a Great band!!!

1. Let It In
2. The Judge
3. Pleasure to Burn
4. Barrel of a Gun
5. Seven Years to Saturn
6. Nikki
7. Off the Rails
8. Glass Houses
9. Rattlesnake Flake
10. Catalina
11. What Have You Done

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Sasquatch III

01 - Get Out of Here
02 - Took Me Away
03 - Complicated
04 - Pull Me Under
05 - Soul Shaker
06 - Walkin' Shoes
07 - New Disguise
08 - Queen
09 - Leave It Up To You
10 - Bare My Soul
11 - No More Time
12 - Burning Bridges

Rollerball - Super Structure

Rollerball - Super Structure (released '02)

Just a GREAT "Stoner Rock" band from Down Under that really knows how to keep the whole Genre thing REAL (in my opinion).

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Raging Slab - Self Titled

Raging Slab - Raging Slab (released '89)

Their 1st major label release that initially got us all hooked after seeing DON'T DOG ME on MTV or MuchMusic. I mean, It doesn't get any better than seeing a bunch of Heavy Rockin' Cowboys + 1 Western Hottie playing a full stage performance powered by a Monster Truck!!!.........Who wouldn't pay to see that!!?

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Monday, November 3, 2008


SuperHeavyGoatAss - Nemesis (released 2008)

Just because I believe these guys are one of the best acts to bless the STONER genre!!!-plus they appear quite elusive when it comes to finding any at all, so let me know what else is out there for grabs!

Red Fang

Red Fang: Prehistoric Dog

Portland stoner-rockers conquer the LARPers in this epic new video directed by Whitey McConnaughy (Band of Horses, The Thermals). From the band's Wantage Records release, Tour EP 2.

I've just recently discovered these guys myself (yesturday), So I can't wait to get my Grubby Little Mits on a copy of the full length Self-Titled copy to share with you.............'til then I'll just let this STELLAR Flick speak for itself.....

Friday, October 24, 2008

sHEAVY - Blue Sky Mind

sHEAVY - Blue Sky Mind ('96)

Blue Sky Mind is the first studio album by sHeavy, released in 1996.

1. Mountains of Madness (5:23)
2. Blue Sky Mind (3:46)
3. Domelight (4:52)
4. Cosmic Overdrive (2:38)
5. Sea of Tomorrow (4:01)
6. Supa-Hero (3:23)
7. The Gun-it Jam (8:03)
8. Psycho Universe (live) (3:34)
9. First (3:29)
10. Shining Path (3:31)
11. Dalas Tar (3:03)
12. The Everlasting (4:18)
13. Dreamer's Mind (4:55)
14. Lonely and Me (4:22)
15. Crock (2:51)
16. Month of Sundays (4:19)

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sHEAVY - Celestial Hi-Fi

sHEAVY - Celestial Hi-Fi (2000)

Recorded in the summer of 1999 in the workshop of Ren Squires' parents home, Celestial Hi-Fi, showcased the diversity of the sHEAVY sound. The delicate nuances of "Persona" gave way to the doom of "Tales From The Afterburner," while tracks like "What's Up Mr. Zero" and "Strange Gods Strange Altars" illustrated the bands ability to throw hooks into the mix.

1. "Hyperfaster" (4:26)
2. "What's Up Mr. Zero" (3:40)
3. "Stingray Part II" (5:20)
4. "Solarsphere" (5:45)
5. "Strange Gods, Strange Altars" (6:38)
6. "Celestial Hi-Fi" (6:48)
7. "At The Mountains Of Madness" (5:01)
8. "Persona" (6:42)
9. "A Utopian Interlude" (4:34)
10. "Gemini (The Twins)" (3:56)
11. "Tales From The Afterburner" (6:52)

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sHEAVY - Republic?

sHEAVY - Republic? ('05)

Republic? is the fifth studio album from Canadian stoner rock band sHeavy.

1. "Spy vs. Spy" (3:03)
2. "The Rook" (5:36)
3. "Hangman" (4:40)
4. "Standing at the Edge of the World" (7:20)
5. "Revenge of the Viper Three" (4:17)
6. "A Phone Booth in the Middle of Nowhere" (3:17)
7. "The Man Who Never Was" (5:30)
8. "Stingray, Pt. III" (4:46)
9. "Moments of Silence" (3:00)
10. "Imitation of Christ" (4:06)
11. "Last Chance (Gremlin X)" (5:23)

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sHEAVY - The Machine That Won The War

sHEAVY - The Machine That Won The War ('07)

The Machine That Won the War is the sixth and most recent release by sHEAVY. It was released in 2007 on Candlelight Records. The album was with a limited edition live DVD produced by Studio 709, featuring footage that was shot on March 3 at the Holy Heart Auditorium in St. John's.

1. "The Sleeping Assassin"
2. "Demon Soldiers"
3. "Humanoid"
4. "Dawn of the Black Orchid"
5. "Aboard the Mothership"
6. "Rings of Saturn"
7. "Here Falls the Shadow"
8. "Lords of Radiation"
9. "The Dark Carnival"
10. "Where Earth Meets Sky"
11. "One of Us Must Be Dead"
12. "The Gunfighters"

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sHEAVY - the Electric Sleep

sHEAVY - the Electric Sleep ('98)

The Electric Sleep was recorded in St. John's in the summer of 1997. Recording Engineer Don Ellis helped the band capture the simple, powerful sound they'd been searching for. The result was an album one British reviewer deemed "the best Black Sabbath album in 25 years." Black Sabbath comparisons were nothing new for the band, but for every review filled with praise another came along that maintained they were little more than clones. The album's doomy title track could even be found on the web described as a lost Sabbath track. After a short tour of the U.K. and an invitation to play the Dynamo Open Air Festival in The Netherlands, the band headed back to the studio.

1. "Virtual Machine"
2. "Velvet"
3. "Destiny's Rainbow"
4. "Electric Sleep"
5. "Born in a Daze"
6. "Automaton"
7. "Savannah"
8. "Saving Grace"
9. "Oracle"
10. "Stardust"
11. "Last Parade"

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sHEAVY - Synchronized

sHEAVY - Synchronized ('02)

Synchronized is the fourth studio album from Canadian stoner rock band sHeavy. Almost as if Ozzy Osbourne had joined forces with "the Atomic Bitchwax"!!!

1. "Firebird350" (2:43)
2. "Last of the V8 Intercepters" (4:46)
3. "Next Exit to Vertigo" (5:56)
4. "Part of the Machine" (1:52)
5. "Synchronized" (4:28)
6. "Invasion of the Micronauts" (4:06)
7. "Kill Queens Go Disco" (3:48)
8. "Ultraglide" (7:08)
9. "AFX... Thrown for a Loop" (4:10)
10. "Set Phasers to Stun" (4:33)
11. "The Time Machine" (4:49)

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Clutch - Elephant Riders

Clutch - Elephant Riders ('98)

The Elephant Riders is the third full-length album by rock band Clutch. It was released April 14, 1998 on Columbia Records.
Each copy of the album contains one of the following hidden songs, which is on the same track as "Dragonfly".

* "David Rose"
* "Gifted & Talented"
* "05"

The Japanese version of the album, however, contains all three bonus tracks.

1. "The Elephant Riders" – 3:50
2. "Ship Of Gold" – 4:22
3. "Eight Times Over Miss October" – 4:21
4. "The Soapmakers" – 2:57
5. "The Yeti" – 4:59
6. "Muchas Veces" – 5:44
7. "Green Buckets" – 3:52
8. "Wishbone" – 3:43
9. "Crackerjack" – 5:10
10. "The Dragonfly" – 10:16

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Clutch - Robot Hive/Exodus

Clutch - Robot Hive/Exodus ('05)

Robot Hive/Exodus is the seventh full-length studio album by rock band Clutch. It was released in 2005, and contains 14 tracks (15 on certain editions), including two Blues covers.

1. "The Incomparable Mr. Flannery" – 3:43
2. "Burning Beard" – 4:00
3. "Gullah" – 4:24
4. "Mice and Gods" – 3:55
5. "Pulaski Skyway" – 4:09
6. "Never Be Moved" – 4:04
7. "10001110101" – 5:00
8. "Small Upsetters" – 2:38
9. "Circus Maximus" – 3:42
10. "Tripping The Alarm" – 2:25
11. "10,000 Witnesses" – 3:29
12. "Land Of Pleasant Living" – 4:06
13. "Gravel Road" – 5:18
14. "Who's Been Talking?" – 3:46
15. "Slow Hole to China" – 3:20

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Clutch - Blast Tyrant ('04)

Blast Tyrant is the sixth full-length studio album by rock band Clutch. It was released in 2004, and contains 15 tracks. The unabridged title of the album is Blast Tyrant's Atlas of the Invisible World Including Illustrations of Strange Beasts And Phantasms.

1. "Mercury" – 3:00
2. "Profits of Doom" – 3:12
3. "The Mob Goes Wild" – 3:32
4. "Cypress Grove" – 2:45
5. "Promoter (of Earthbound Causes)" – 3:14
6. "The Regulator" – 5:25
7. "Worm Drink" – 3:13
8. "Army of Bono" – 4:36
9. "Spleen Merchant" – 2:38
10. "(In the Wake of) The Swollen Goat" – 3:01
11. "Weathermaker" – 0:47
12. "Subtle Hustle" – 2:46
13. "Ghost" – 4:37
14. "(Notes from the Trial of) La Curandera" – 5:49
15. "WYSIWYG" – 5:49

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Trouble - Simple Mind Condition

Trouble - Simple Mind Condition ('07)

Simple Mind Condition is Trouble's seventh studio album. It was the band's first full-length studio release in twelve years, the longest gap between Trouble's studio albums to date. The album is dedicated to former drummer Barry Stern, who died in 2005.
Writing and recording sessions for the follow-up to Plastic Green Head lasted from 2002 to 2006, making it the longest time Trouble have ever spent making a record. Its release had delayed several times before officially coming to fruition in 2007. It was released on May 12, 2007 in Europe, but a North American release has never occurred despite reports that it would appear in February 2008.
A tentative title for the album was Seven, but the title was eventually scrapped.
To date, this is Trouble's last release with vocalist Eric Wagner and drummer Jeff Olson, who both left in 2008.

1. "Goin' Home"
2. "Mind Bender"
3. "Seven"
4. "Pictures of Life"
5. "After the Rain"
6. "Trouble Maker"
7. "Arthur Brown's Whiskey Bar"
8. "Simple Mind Condition"
9. "Ride the Sky" (Lucifer's Friend cover)
10. "If I Only Had a Reason"
11. "Beginning of Sorrows"

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Trouble - Manic Frustration

Trouble - Manic Frustration ('92)

Manic Frustration is the fifth album by the American doom metal band Trouble, released in 1992. The album marked a change in style for Trouble, containing faster-paced heavy metal songs (as opposed to the slower doom metal style featured on their earlier albums). It was the band's last release on Def American.

1. "Come Touch the Sky" – 2:54
2. "'Scuse Me" – 3:25
3. "The Sleeper" – 3:14
4. "Fear" – 3:38
5. "Rain" – 4:17
6. "Tragedy Man" – 4:17
7. "Memory's Garden" – 4:24
8. "Manic Frustration" – 4:10
9. "Hello Strawberry Skies" – 3:04
10. "Mr. White" – 3:26
11. "Breathe..." – 6:30

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Trouble - Psalm 9

Troube - Psalm 9 ('84)

Psalm 9 was the debut album by the American doom metal band Trouble, released in 1984. The album was originally released eponymously and was renamed to Psalm 9 after the release of their fourth album, which was their 1990 self-titled release. Psalm 9 was reissued with a bonus DVD in October 2006 by Escapi Music.

1. "The Tempter" – 6:37
2. "Assassin" – 3:13
3. "Victim of the Insane" – 5:10
4. "Revelation (Life or Death)" – 5:06
5. "Bastards Will Pay" – 3:43
6. "The Fall of Lucifer" – 5:44
7. "Endtime" (instrumental) – 4:59
8. "Psalm 9" – 4:49
9. "Tales of Brave Ulysses" (Clapton, Sharp) – 3:57

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Thursday, October 23, 2008

Raging Slab - Pronounced Eat Shit

Raging Slab - Pronounced Eat Shit ('02)

This album entitled Pronounced: Eat Shit was released in 2002, also on Tee Pee Records. After the release and European tour for Pronounced: Eat Shit, the band took a long hiatus, before announcing that longtime bassist Alec Morton was suffering from congestive heart failure.

1 Little Red Lights
2 Boogaloser
3 Ruby
4 Miss Delicious
5 Dry Your Eyes
6 Hell Yawns Before Me
7 Black Bell
8 Chrome Won't Get You Home
9 Shake What You Can
10 Never Never Know
11 When The Cock Crows
12 Bury me Deep
13 For What You're Worth

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Raging Slab - L.A. Live

Raging Slab - L.A. Live ('90)

1 Workin' For RCA
2 Sorry's All I've Got
3 Bent For Silver
4 Geronimo
5 Dig A Hole
6 San Loco
7 Don't Dog Me

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Raging Slab - The Dealer

Raging Slab - The Dealer ('01)

In 2001 the group returned with a renewed vigor and they released The Dealer on NYC based independent label Tee Pee Records, and this was the first album of new and original music released by the band in almost six years.

1. Here Lies
2. Sir Lord Ford / When Electricity Came To Arkansas
3. Double Wide
4. Real Good Time
5. Too Bad
6. Chasin the Dragon
7. Flap Your Boogie Flap
8. That's Alright
9. Ballad of Truly Mae, The
10. Bite the Lightning
11. I Don't Know You
12. Roadless Rider
13. See Through You, (What I)
14. I Saw the Light
15. That Ain't What I Meant
16. Good Mornin' Lil' Schoolboy

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Raging Slab - Black Belt In Boogie

Raging Slab - Black Belt In Boogie ('95 unreleased)

Raging Slab began recording their second Def American (by now known as American Recordings) album. The group delivered Black Belt in Boogie, but the record is rejected by Rubin, who reportedly tells the group that he "didn't hear any songs" on it, and it is not released. It was during this time that third guitarist Mark Middleton chose to leave the band, citing "personal problems" as the reason for his departure.

1 Econoliner
2 Halo
3 Deluxe
4 Smoke Dance
5 Buzz Aldrin
6 Pete Best
7 Sexy Gasoline
8 The Hump
9 Fingerling
10 Hi Ball

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Raging Slab - Slabbage/True Death

Raging Slab - Slabbage/True Death (originally released '88)

In 1988 Steinman and Strzempka decide to add a third guitarist, Mark Middleton, and the group released their second album, True Death.

1. Assmaster
2. Bitch to Kill
3. Miracles
4. King Pompador
5. The Shield
6. Earache My Eye - Raging Slab, Chong, Tommy [2]
7. Feel Too Much
8. Alpha Jerk
9. Rocks off Is Rocks Off
10. Mr. Lucky
11. In Contempt
12. Get off My Jollies - Raging Slab, Strzempka, Greg
13. Shrivel
14. Thunder Chucker
15. I Heard the Owl

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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Raging Slab - From A Southern Space

Raging Slab - From A Southern Space ('91 unreleased) By FAR my favorite album cover of ALL time!!!LMFAO!

It was during this time that Strzempka and Steinman purchased a rural property in Pennsylvania and built "Slabby Road", the group's personal recording studio. The members of the group lived together on the farm in a type of "communal" relationship and began recording their second RCA record, From a Southern Space, produced by Alex Perialis (Anthrax, M.O.D., S.O.D.). Executives at RCA were not pleased with the direction that the group was going with this recording and decide to withdraw their support for its release.

1 Pretty Little Foot
2 Full Moon Pull
3 The Train Took A Dirt Road
4 Woe Is Me
5 This Is Not A Story
6 Trigger Finger
7 Laughin'Or Cryin'
8 Falls Off Maps

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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Raging Slab - Freeburden

The band reentered the studio to record their third RCA record Freeburden with producer Michael Beinhorn (Soundgarden, Ozzy Osbourne, Chili Peppers) and during recording, and the group were utilizing the talents of Chili Pepper and Pearl Jam drummer, Jack Irons. Once again their work is rejected by RCA. Def American impresario Rick Rubin began to make offers to the group to leave RCA and make records for his flourishing label. The group agreed and Rubin bought out the remainder of their contract with RCA.

Raging Slab - Freeburden ('92)

1 - Anywhere But Here
2 - Human Cannonball
3 - Damn It All
4 - It's My Eyes
5 - Lynne
6 - Move That Thang
7 - Run Down Sun
8 - So Help Me
9 - Under The Sun
10 - Whistling Past The Graveyard
11 - Woe Is Me

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