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Dead Body Collection / Svartvit - Wish I Could Operate On Her Again / Black Bloc download mp3 album

Dead Body Collection / Svartvit - Wish I Could Operate On Her Again / Black Bloc download mp3 album
Performer:
Dead Body Collection
Album:
Wish I Could Operate On Her Again / Black Bloc
Style:
Harsh Noise Wall
Released:
2011
FLAC vers. size:
1472 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1210 mb
WMA vers. size:
1948 mb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.5 ★
Votes:
880

Dead Body Collection Splits & Collaborations 2010 - Dead Body Collection + Gigant - Split (2xCDr, Ltd) CD1 01. Dead Body Collection - Untitled. 02. Svartvit - Black Bloc. 01. Dead Body Collection - Wish I Could Operate On Her Again. 2012 - Dead Body Collection + Carrion Black Pit - Ten Thousand Doors To Her ‎(CDr, Album, Ltd). Carrion Black Pit - The Ten Thousand Doors. Dead Body Collection - She Wanted More Chemistry. 2010 - Dead Body Collection + Smrznik - Remains (CDr, Ltd). Dead Body Collection - I Still Sleep With Her Remains. Smrznik - Remains Of The Winter.

Svartvit скачать в mp3 на телефон или слушайте песню Svartvit - Baader-Meinhof, Svartvit - Untitled Part 1, Svartvit - Pseudo-solidarity и другие популярные треки и рингтоны. Svartvit –With The Taste Of Despair In Our Mouth, W. :50. Svartvit –Quietly I ll Fade Away. Svartvit –Black Bloc. Svartvit –I ll Never Be Selfless. Svartvit –Untitled Part 2 VA - HNW Alone, 2010.

B –Placenta Lyposuction Reflections Of Decay.

Over Her Dead Body is a 2008 American romantic comedy film starring Eva Longoria, Paul Rudd, Lake Bell, Lindsay Sloane and Jason Biggs. It was written and directed by Jeff Lowell. The film is about Kate (Eva Longoria), who dies on the day of her wedding to fiancé Henry (Paul Rudd). He subsequently begins a relationship with psychic Ashley (Lake Bell) who becomes haunted by Kate trying to sabotage their relationship. The film was released in the United States and Canada on February 1, 2008.

Even her laptop has been doused in tomato ketchup, temporarily thwarting our attempts to hear songs from her new album Ultraviolence. Ewww," she says, baffled as to how a condiment could have found its way inside the power socket. And yet when we move outside to sit on her balcony, the scene is transformed into complete calm. This place is magical," she says, sparking up the first of many cigarettes.

Hymns is the fifth studio album by English indie rock band Bloc Party. It was released worldwide in January 2016 on BMG. The album was recorded between March and August 2015 at Lynchmob Studios in London, following a hiatus during which Matt Tong and Gordon Moakes departed the band. It is the first album to feature new band member Justin Harris on bass and keyboards. The songs "The Love Within", "The Good News", and "Virtue" were released as singles.

Album Speak & Spell. I Sometimes Wish I Was Dead Lyrics. New sound all around, you can hear it too Getting hot, never stop, just for me and you Playing on my radio And saying that you had to go. New day, turn away, wipe away the tear New night, feel alright, knowing that you’re here Dancing with you all the time And don't you think that it’s a crime. Backstreet, never meet, never say goodbye I know where to go, but I don’t know why You say that it’s from above And I say this is modern love.

Title: Over Her Dead Body (2008). Just with some re-writing and proper attention, this film could have been better, but instead we get the average predictable romantic comedy that will leave with with an empty feeling.

Tracklist

A Dead Body Collection Wish I Could Operate On Her Again 28:48
B Svartvit Black Bloc 30:00

Notes

Pictures on cardboard and handmade tape painting.
Picture by Lorenzo Chiarofonte.
Limited to 18 copies.
  • Conjulhala
This untitled c6o split brings together two side long tracks from two great European HNW acts. On side one we have Serbian’s highly prolific and brutal Dead Body Collection, and on side two we have Netherlands based Svartvit.The tapes sleeve and the tape is worth a mention as clearly a lot of thought and effort has been put into its look and layout. The tape it’s self is hand painted black on one side, and red on the other side. The sleeve is pro-printed in black & red ink, and it features a nice grim and murky picture of a huge monolithic building or chimney against a bleak skyline. Each track also has a little poem or a few lines of prose which nicely link into the tracks titles and the vibe of each track.So onto the tracks themselves, on side one we have Dead Body Collections track which has a fittingly ghoulish title” Wish I Could Operate On Her Again”. This tracks ‘wall’ is built around a brooding, sinister and intense bass judder that’s under fed by shadowy and bleak machine like drone loop. These twin elements nicely rub and searing against each other in a fairly unchangingly powerful and menacing manner for the tracks half an hour runtime. To me this track really seems to have capture the bleak, grotesque and sickening feel of a blood and faeces drenched operation table that’s hidden away in a run down and abounded hospital. So this is a very sinister and ghoulish tinged slice of wall making that shows DBC mixing his usual brutal and unforgiving wall-making talents with brooding and sickly atmospherics to great effect. Onto side two and we of course have Svartvit’s track and it’s entitled “Black Bloc”. This tracks wall is built around a very battering, urgent and rapid mid-tone to bass like judder that’s weaved in and out by clipped jittering spoke like static texture. The tracks wonderfully enchanting in it’s knitted and weaving mix of tones, and to me it brings to mind some ever advancing piece of large machinery that has many smaller mechanical details and processers going on in it’s huge and noisy bulk. As the track progresses it keeps an constant and dense presence, with Svartvit skilfully and subtle altering both elements- with the judder becoming more drilling and the spoke like element become almost controlled junk metal like cluttering in it’s feel, but really there’s no great movement or shift with in the ‘walls’ unrelenting yet highly moorish attack. So all in all this is a very nicely presented and arty looking split that features two great and very worthwhile slices of European HNW. Certainly this is one of the most wholly rewarding and consistent HNW splits I can think of in recent memory- so pick one of these up before the small pressing of 18 copies completely disappears!.Rating: 5 out of 5by Roger BattyTaken from http://www.musiquemachine.com