Type O Negative ‎– Bloody Kisses (The Demos)

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Carnivore Fanclub Records ‎– CARFC0001
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1 Christian Woman 9:44
2 We Hate Everyone 6:34
3 Black No.1 11:30
4 Summer Girl
Written-By – Seals & Crofts
4:49
5 Set Me On Fire 2:56
6 Blood & Fire 5:41
7 Scream (Because I Can’t) 9:14
8 Death In The Family 11:24
9 Can’t Lose You 5:20
Bonus Tracks
10 If She Loved Me (Live) 3:00
11 Kill All The White People (Live)
Vocals – Phil Anselmo
5:06

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Type O Negative’s 1993 album Bloody Kisses is one of the most important metal records of the ’90s, and possibly all time.
It pushed boundaries, redefined a genre, and broke Type O Negative into the mainstream on the backs of “Christian Woman” and “Black No. 1,” both of which seemed into
the burgeoning American metal mainstream and remain metal dive bar jukebox mainstays to this day.

Now we can hear the original demo versions of several of the tracks on Bloody Kisses. We aren’t sure where these demos came from or why they’re coming to light right now, but we do know this: they’re a fucking fantastic — and fascinating — listen. These are the songs as they were originally written, mostly the same, sure, but in their penultimate form, with plenty of warts and scrapes. It’s a look into a band at their creative prime, sure of where they wanted to go but still figuring out how to get there. It’s a band on the verge of greatness.

LIMITED CD EDITION OF 500 COPIES.

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mudkatz48

mudkatz48

August 1, 2017

The demos are very rough, but offer a rare glimpse into what goes into writing and recording a song and how things can change between the demo and the finished product. Contains two unreleased songs, one of which was recorded live. That being said, it's Pete, Josh, Kenny, and Sal...'nuff said.
btowngurl2014

btowngurl2014

January 17, 2017
When did these demos actually surface? August?, or November? Just curious... It's limited to 500 copies, yet I'm seeing them for sale online all over the place. Does it say 'Limited' to 500 on the actual release?