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The Quiet One - Venom P. Stinger - 1986-1991

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  1. Dec 08,  · ex-SICK THINGS vocalist (r.i.p. ) Our new desktop experience was built to be your music destination. Listen to official albums & more.
  2. Aug 20,  · Over the course of the EP, single and two LPs collected on the comprehensive , the band rarely deviates from the seething sound of an impending nervous breakdown, moving from the A to B of the wild-eyed teeth-gritter “The Quiet One” and to the boiled over catharsis of “Impressions” and back without much fuss. The band picked up trace amounts of melody as it went .
  3. Venom P. Stinger attacked in a modified, somewhat streamlined Hardcore Punk style, with Mick's burnt-and-twisted guitar tone setting them apart. Front man Dugald McKenzie's vocalizing was a ferocious, largely apolitical transference of personal experience, all about conveying the awful qualities of life with throaty sensuousness and dirty bluesrock.moathsadartojaktilar.infoinfo: Venom P. Stinger.
  4. Aug 11,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Venom P. Stinger - at Discogs. Complete your Venom P. Stinger collection/5(3).
  5. Oct 24,  · Plus, the roll is one solution to the issue of note lengths in drum kit playing, and the tambourine rattles in Dirty Three is another. TC Warren says that some of your initial songs at the start of Dirty Three’s career were based on some stuff Mick wrote and recorded on cassette towards the end of Venom P Stinger’s stint in the US.
  6. Aussie 2nd-wave punk crud of the highest caliber, circa – A complete early works, first time on CD ever, sacrificing none of the scum! Compiles all of Meet My Friend Venom LP, "Walking About" 7", What's Yours is Mine LP, and the Waiting Room EP.

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