Fortunate Fall | A Death Related Party

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A Death Related Party

by Fortunate Fall

The first full length from LA based metal band Fortunate Fall.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Thrash/Speed Metal
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1. Last Funeral
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4:55 $0.50
2. Hooker Spit
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4:21 $0.50
3. Death Related Party
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4:35 $0.50
4. Poverty Loves Spirit
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1:51 $0.50
5. Evil Dead
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5:33 $0.50
6. American Team
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7. From Ash
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8. My Slaughterhouse
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Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes
Fortunate Fall is a metal act based out of LA. With elements of thrash, death, grind, punk, flamenco, both light and smooth jazz, acapella hymnals, partycore, crab rap and reggae blended throughout, they keep the listener constantly guessing from start to finish.

Originally formed in Houston, TX they suffered an early minor setback when a freak cycling accident took the lives of all original members. Reformed and refueled, the act took its anger and enormous genitalia to the west coast. Upon arriving in Los Angeles, the band promptly hit the streets and began selling their bodies for crack money. After overcoming several communal super aids outbreaks, the band set out recording their first full length A Death Related Party. The album was instantly banned due to a 750% worldwide violent homicide rate increase, and after 15 years in court and over 270 million in legal fees the album hit stores in late July.


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