|A1||The Return Of The Russian Frogmen That Died And Came Back To Life As Strange Looking Radioactive Creatures|
|A3||Rhythm Of Hate|
|A4||At The Elvis Inn|
|A6||The Wall Of Death|
|A8||Now I Wanna Drown In Your Dark Dreamy Eyes|
|A9||Beach Bums Must Die|
|A10||The Strange And Bizarre Tale Of The Boy Who Had One Testicle To Many|
|B2||(Used To Be...) Psychic Youth|
|B3||Elvis Is Not Dead|
|B5||Beneath The Underground|
|B6||The Valley Of Tears|
|B11||Da Homogreaser Stomp|
- Bass Guitar –
- Drums –
- Guitar – ,
- Vocals –
Not entirely clear from sleeve exactly which tracks are on Sides 1 and 2. Not clear breaks between tracks.
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- Edited 2 years agoFor all the vintage post punk style albums I have, this is one of the best modern manifestations that also draws upon crazy old time rock like the cramps did. Had it came out in 1979 it would have blown people away. It's brilliant. Like his other albums it can be experimental sketches, trying his sound at different types of songs, but they all seem to work and are awesome.Sometimes smooth like an Elvis lullaby, to Joy division/Bauhaus style songs that are even heavier and a fresh angle at a post punk world. I was lucky enough to see him twice. Once in Chicago and once in hometown KC. He was an awesome crazy showman -the kind that you could tell many didn't get, but to me it was the fucking best lunatic ruffle your feathers style shit to mess with the bored looking crowds of small venue shows.Dude was truly one of the coolest most stylish people I have ever seen.
RIP Charlie Megira.