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.
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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?