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AGATHOCLES - PEEL SESSIONS 1997


 AGATHOCLES -  PEEL SESSIONS 1997 (CD in jewelcase) Track list:

1. A Start At Least
2. Theatric Symbolisation Of Life
3. Mutilated Regurgitator
4. Consuming Endoderme Pus
5. The Accident
6. Kill Your F**king Idols
7. Lay Off Me
8. Media Creations
9. Age Of The Mutants
10. Thy Kingdom Won’t Come
11. Reduced To An Object
12. Is There A Place?
13. He Cared
14. Be Your Own God
15. Christianity Means Tyranny

   
Item: 2642
Date: 2012-06-10
Catalog No: SMG 061
Format: CD in jewelcase
Label: Selfmadegod Records

Price: 80.00 SEK

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The cult grind band AGATHOCLES from Belgium releases "Peel Sessions"! A 15-song never-heard-before fistful of songs recorded at BBC RADIO in London, England by none other than legendary John Peel back in 1997! There are many classic AG songs featured on this release, like “Theatric Symbolisation Of Life”, “Mutilated Regurgitator”, “Consuming Endoderme Pus” and “Kill Your Fucking Idols” to mention but a few. The music is simply AGATHOCLES: raw, minimalistic grindpunk with political lyrics. The booklet includes lyrics and liner notes about how this material was recorded. - http://selfmadegod.com
 
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