Space Mandino | Robots from the Graveyard

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Robots from the Graveyard

by Space Mandino

The robots are gaining on you. I’m not sure how you’re going to get away now. Besides, it’s dark and you could easily trip on a gravestone.
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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1. Whiskeyshoes
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2. Werewolf Hat
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3. Intergalactic Zombies From Outer Space
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4. Soon Will Be the Day the Robots Inherit the Earth
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5. Magic Thumb (khoomei)
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6. Grandma Had a Shotgun
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7. Magic Thumb (harmonium)
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8. Secret Island Lab
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9. Satan in a Jesus Suit
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10. Wolfman Sunrise
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11. Zombies From Space (ballad)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mandino's Robots from the Graveyard is a disturbing ensemble with things like harmonium, Tuvan khoomei, banjo, and slap bass.
It’s like a B horror movie for the ears.
Bizarre and creepy, but in a good way. It’ll scare you! You'll want more!

"Intergalactic Zombies from Outer Space" features singer Joya
"Werewolf Hat" is a strange yet true story.
"Satan in a Jesus Suit" consists of a disconcerting mix of khoomei, harmonium, banjo, and bullhorn vocals.
This is some of the most odd yet interesting music you've ever heard. Definitely worth checking out!

It makes a good Halloween soundtrack. You can listen to it while you're going on long walks through graveyards at night, or taking spaceship trips to uncharted planets.

You think a friend or loved one may be a werewolf?
You think you might be dead?
You might just need to listen to this.

Check out the website
www.earcabbage.com


Article taken from actual news source:

SINGER SPACE MANDINO ACTUALLY BORN A ROBOT?
An unnamed childhood friend of folk singer Space Mandino stepped forward this week with the news that Mandino was in fact born a robot. At the age of just five, Mandino went through an experimental new surgery to make him human. His surgery is generally considered to be a successful one, as today he is alive ...but is he well?


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Eric

Soon Will Be The Day....Beware
I enjoyed this CD very much. I showed my friends this website and they also enjoyed the music. Space Mandino is a killer artist and we all enjoy his music. Thanks Mandino. Just Remember fans, soon will be the day, that "Space Mandino wins a grammy".

purplegreen12@yahoo.com

Looking for something out of the ordinary? Look no further.
Congratulations! I immensely enjoyed your first album. Its diversity is very entertaining. There is a song to fit practically any mood. Your lyrics are oddly interesting enough to have one ponder what other beings might be coexisting among humans. Satan in a Jesus Suit instantly became one of my favourite songs. I patiently await the release of your next album. I'm sure it will be as entertaining as Robots from the Graveyard. Good luck in your musical career.

ngonga74

a stomp through graveyard/barnyard sonic oddity
Space Mandino's first solo effort, "Robots from the Graveyard" is an interesting album that weaves elements of different musical genres into an atmospheric collection of songs that celebrates and embraces the ideologies of a precocious imagination.

Stevenwagen

Interesting collection of really strange music
It's unlike anything I've ever heard before. I don't even know how to describe it. Not at all pop music, it's worldly and refreshingly original.

Jim from Texas! goin' on feelin' strong!!

This is really out there!!
I can't figure out if space mandino is genius or insane!!
Satan in a Jesus suit!! is one of my favorite songs on this album! "it was a perfectly good hat!!"-werewolf hat. ok, now i'm scared. Overall very unique!

Frankie Lips

Jesus Christ, I love it
Nothing else out there like it. This is a really creative, inventive and original album. It redefines musical styles and blends different sounds and instruments with offbeat lyrical content. It's truly art thats left me pleased with my purchase.

Mike

BEST CD EVER!!!!
best thing i've heard since hoobastanks performance at the vma's, awesome, i bought 50, Space Mandino, u are the man!!


not too shabby
I don't think I could listen every day, but there are moods that only this cd will cover. I'll certainly check out the next album.