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Rocket From The Crypt - Rocket Queen EP (Vinyl)

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  1. Rocket from the Crypt's GROUP SOUNDS is a wreckingball to the ribcage, a sledgehammer to the senses. This is kicking down the door at a firebreathers' convention. This is what's crackling though the air while the natives walk over hot coals/5(15).
  2. Track B2 originally appeared on the Rocket From The Crypt / Bloodthirsty Butchers split 7". Tracks B3 and B4 originally appeared on the Both Good Songs 7". Tracks B5 and B6 originally appeared on the Pure Genius 7". Track B7 was recorded for an planned 7" .
  3. A complete Rocket from the Crypt discography, detailing all of their releases and vinyl variations. Pages RFTC CD EP. When in Rome. Lipstick. Split 7" w/ Julian Briano y Sus Hermanos. Break It Up. Rocket Queen. In the White Room. Star Search. Radio and TV Broadcasts from the UK
  4. Then they bought the entire crowd a shot. Wow. Anyway, if you like RFTC, you'll grove on this for sure, especially "Human Torch". The added tracks ("Trouble" and "Masculine Intuition") comprised the "Rocket from the Crypt Plays the Music Machine" 5-inch (yes, five) Sympathy From the Record Industry release, and are not as interesting/5(4).
  5. This is the one of a wave of bootlegs that appeared along with Rocket from the Crypt's mids takeover of the UK. Two 7"s and two 12"s surfaced, all around the same time. This one was recorded live at Westway Studios in London on 2/2/ Black vinyl.
  6. Apr 17,  · In my never ending quest to track down every single variant of every single Rocket From The Crypt release, I do have to contend with a handful of bootlegs. The most well known of which is probably this four song Rocket Queen 7". This reared its head in claiming to be limited to five hundred copies only.
  7. Hot Charity is the third album by the San Diego, California punk rock band Rocket from the Crypt, released in on the fictitious record label Perfect Sound Records (though this name appeared on the record sleeve no such label actually existed; in reality the band released it themselves).The original release was limited in number and soon went out of print, however it was re-released in CD.

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