Hour Of The Wolf - Decompositions Vol. 2 mp3 album
Album Name Decompositions Vol. 2 (other album). Data de lançamento 25 Setembro 2012 Tracklist. 1. Taking out the Trash. 3. Set the Trash on Fire. 4. Animals Hot in Heat.
Hour of the Wolf is the eighth studio album by Canadian-American rock band Steppenwolf. The album was released in September 1975, by Epic Records. Jerry Edmonton drums, art direction, George Biondo – bass guitar, vocals.
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Top Hour Of The Wolf Albums. Decompositions, Vol. II. Obsolete - EP. Waste Makes Waste. Set The Trash On Fire Turn On You Death's Coming Animals Hot In Heat Heavy Living Black Blood Transfusion Wild Man Spit It Right Back Black Blood Fix Me Blue Recluse Feeling Cheated Overload You're Through Taking Out The Trash Burn It Eat You Alive. Related Information for Hour Of The Wolf Taken from Think Fast! Records: If death is coming, then Hour Of The Wolf is its messenger. Hailing from Prescott, Arizona, this punk outfit is this era's answer to The Misfits.
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Decompositions, Vol. My youth is spent. I can't relate, I'm out of place. I can't connect and I'm fighting to make sense of your death. When the blood from your youth comes spilling right out from you, you see things straight, you see the truth and you fear it. Another night is over.
The Hour of the Wolf or the Judgment of the Wolf is a term coined by Grand Maester Munkun in his book The Dance of the Dragons, A True Telling. It refers to the six days in 131 AC when Cregan Stark, Lord of Winterfell and Warden of the North, governed in King's Landing, at the end of the Dance of the Dragons. It is named after the hour of the wolf, which is believed to be the blackest part of nighttime.
The 1968 film Hour of the Wolf was the only full-on horror flick directed by Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman. That piece of information, and the comic-book lettering and Latin-kitsch artwork of the front cover, are the first two big clues about the sound of the Hour of the Wolf's debut album. The SST connection is most keenly felt on the hidden cover of Black Flag's "Fix Me" at album's end, but the Misfits are pretty much all over this album, especially in mono-named singer Lance's guttural bark of a vocal style and horror-themed songs like "Black Blood Transfusion. The band's spiky, twin-guitar attack keeps things from turning into too much of an homage to their influences, and the rhythm section burns throughout.