Cheese Excursion | Already Dead

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Already Dead

by Cheese Excursion

Out-there genre-hopping and party anthems for a new generation of Thrillseekers.
Genre: Rock: Ska
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1. The Sweetest Spew I Ever Tasted
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0:18 album only
2. Already Dead
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3:30 album only
3. Hell-eluja
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3:26 album only
4. Monster & Demon
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3:55 album only
5. Square Hole
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5:36 album only
6. Gender Bender
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0:33 album only
7. Sinister Minister
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2:03 album only
8. The Sight
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2:29 album only
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Album Notes
"...being a collection of songs related to the story of Jimmy, who through boredom and complacency, turned to satanism and psychotropics, whereupon he lost his mind then tried to bring down the government, and the love he felt along the way."

The Cheese Excursion outfit have truly created a masterpiece this time, a concept EP which comes to terms with the fickleness of death, the confusion of life and the doom of the afterlife. These things are expressed through a very live and immediate performance, with all it's twists and turns, committed to record by the expert hands of Cut Throat Audio. For lovers of all style of musics, a brutal and zany collection of songs from the team that brought you "Jimmy, don't fix the toaster" and "Disgusting Love". Fun for all the family, but particularly the ones who like to dance like a flaming chicken.

This record is much darker and more militant than their first effort, but still with a zany dance aspect. Get your hands on a copy of this CD before it hits the charts, so you can say you were into it before it became naff for young adults like us because even 12 year old girls were singing "I thought i might die, i was pretty fucking high!"


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Carter Latham Blacker-Hamlin

It took me a few listens to get my head around it. Very Different. Definately enjoy this album. pick it up!