The Last Move - Blood Nirvana (1990)@flac

  • 15.08.2016, 18:22,
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The Last Move is a Greek worthless garage dumfound organization which formed in 1983, needy up in 1995, and reunited in January 2007. Their LP Blood Nirvana, released in 1990, signal the coppers in their touched off becoming harder and speedier and poignant towards stoner dumfound and neo-psychedelia, without however parching the bridges with its garage nearby, a occurrence that let down some of their hardcore garage fans and ended their auspices with Music Lunatic. At this then they were considered a release of the «explosion» of the mightily rock/indie Greek scenery that took release during the betimes 90's. Thus, they started becoming more stylish among dumfound fans in Greece, and on the same year they were voted «band of the year» by the readers of the paramount music arsenal, Pop & Dumfound. They played as a foundation act for the Wipers, The Jesus and Mary Secure, The Gun Team Up, and toured Germany with Out Moon. (wikipedia) <a href="« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"</a 01. Gnaw [3:00] 02. Overloaded [3:24] 03. Secure Guide [4:00] 04. Wilderness Rose [4:10] 05. The Bad Roads [5:20] 06. Composed Barbel [3:45] 07. Work One's Fingers To The Bone To The Sign [4:16] 08. Blessed War [4:57] 09. Cute Point [3:08] 10. Fleshdiver [5:56] Then EP (1989) (CD Compensation Tracks) 11. Then Has Come Today [9:23] 12. Have Graciousness [3:50] 13. Swart Limo [4:03] Alex K: Incline Vocals, Bass Barbel Chris B.I.: Heathenish Drums George: Guitar, Solos, Vocals P.Pep: Guitar, Bruit About, E.T.C., Screen Paul B. Cutler: Autoerotic Guitar Cannibalism on «Chain Train», Piano on «Cool Spine», Vocals Produced, Recorded and Tainted By Paul B. Cutler Engineered by Kostas Arniotis Recorded at 111 Studios, Athens, June 1990. Mastered at Capitol, L.A. Identifier: Music Lunatic Records / Yank-Hyke Records Released: 1991 Catalogue: MMCD 039 Codec: Flac Compression Frank: 6 Supremacy: Piercing CD-rip by alekow (EAC and Flac) Covers Included (600dpi) Satisfaction In, and Interest
tags: Blood, Nirvana