Band Name Shedding Skin. Album Name Protection. Released date 15 September 2000. Labels Spurt Records. Members owning this album2. Recorded when the band's name was SHEDDING SKIN. 1. No More War. 2. Genocide.
The band was in between bass players when recording the album, so Ollie played all the bass. Ede was already out of the band and Matze joined right after they were done recording. Recording information: Recorded at Music Lab, Berlin. Added by: (Unknown user).
I'm shedding skin, changing within, falling in Through swollen eyes I dreamed you died, caught inside I'm shedding skin, spreading thin, severed stem Created the end, killing a friend I'm shedding my skin. I don't think you belong in here, I feel I'm sick Don't ask, cause you know damn well where I've been I've kept a simple woman through the thick and thin But I've found the guts to sever from my Siamese twin. I'm shedding my skin To peel you off of me You've got to love me. Ornament Shrunken head Playtoy Snake strike Poisonous Syphilis Drenched me Soaked me. I'm shedding my skin To drain you out of me You've got to hate me. More on Genius. About Shedding Skin. Shedding Skin was about me being in my 20s and any girlfriend, lady-friend of mine trying to tie me down at that age, at that particular time. Basically, ‘lay off, right no. A relationship with me?
Album · 2015 · 10 Songs. With empathy and sharp detail, his lyrics build vivid snapshots of domestic violence ( Yes, I Helped You Pack ), homelessness ( Shedding Skin ) and awkward mornings after ( I’m Sorry My Love, It’s You Not Me ). Alt-rock may be a new venture for Ghostpoet, but it’s charged by his usual commitment to excellence. Shedding Skin Ghostpoet.
Band: Protector Album: A Shedding of Skin Country of Origin: Germany Release Date: October 28th, 1991 Label: Major. The crusting pile of grafted skin cursing those who scrape incessantly in their eczema and psoriasis induced mania might notice how balanced and versatile the production is on "A Shedding of Skin". this album is heavy, full of great guitar riffs and maintains the sound and feel of past Protector releases.
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