Stellar Corpses | Respect the Dead

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Respect the Dead

by Stellar Corpses

This is the first release from Santa Cruz's Morbidly Fun Punk Rockers, Stellar Corpses!
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Respect the Dead
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2. Cemetery Man
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3. Stalkin After Midnight
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4. Dr. Plainfield
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5. Pieces of You
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6. Leave a Stellar Corpse
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This is the first release from Santa Cruz's Morbidly Fun Punk Rockers, Stellar Corpses!

“…the most infectious tunes I have heard in many years.” – Loud Fast Rules

“…impressive debut EP…” – Rue Morgue Magazine

“Stellar Corpses blast out a teeth-chattering, bone-rattling firestorm of ghoulish psychobilly rowdiness that’s sure to raise the dead from eternal sleep and inspire a full-fledged foot-stompin’ hootenanny in the graveyard. The beastly hellhound vocals are brashly surrounded by a furiously swirling funnel cloud of spooky hobgoblin backing vocals, a buzzing chainsaw slaughterhouse guitar, thunderous galloping slapback bass rhythms, and frantic rickety wood-splintering drumbeats. ‘Respect The Dead’ is a frightfully delectable audio experience… six songs of pure psychobilly pleasure!”- Roger Mosley Jr.


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