The Stalin Brothers | Faces in the Meat

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Faces in the Meat

by The Stalin Brothers

Very raw and unpretentious
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. Consequences
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2. Born Again
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3. Your Eyes
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4. Mad About You
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5. False Parts
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6. Living for Love
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7. I Don't Wanna Be With You
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8. Tapeworm
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9. Beat Up By Love
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10. Anarchist
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11. Voodoo Man
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12. Faces in the Meat
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13. It's Your Loss
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14. From One to Another
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15. Why Don't You Call?
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16. Tapeworm (Original Version)
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17. Wrecking Ball
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18. I Want You Back
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19. Please Be My Lover
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The first CD in the Stalin Brothers repetoire was "Faces In The Meat". Released in 1994. It reflects the music the Stalin Brothers were playing at the time and includes songs from their shows that they still play today. It was considered "raw and edgy" by a few critics at the time.

The Stalin Brothers write all of their own music and have never wanted to cover any other artist's material.


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