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Phantom Slasher
Puddle & Spout
House, Dub, Disco
FLAC vers. size:
1645 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1184 mb
WMA vers. size:
1172 mb
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Complete your Phantom Slasher collection. Puddle & Spout ‎(CD, Album).

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Listen to music from Phantom Slasher. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Phantom Slasher. 5 tracks · June 2003.

Phantom Slasher - Puddle & Spout. Singer: Phantom Slasher. Title: Puddle & Spout. Short-info: Label: Noid Recordings ‎– NOIDCD003 Type: CD Country: UK Date of released: 2001 Category: Electronic Style: House, Dub, Disco. Phantom Slasher - Puddle & Spout RAR archive MP3 format. 1287 downloads at 53 mb/s. Phantom Slasher - Puddle & Spout RAR archive FLAC format. 1439 downloads at 43 mb/s.

Phantom Blue is the self-titled first studio album by all-female heavy metal band Phantom Blue, released in 1989 through Shrapnel Records (United States) and Roadrunner Records (Europe and Japan). According to drummer Linda McDonald, the music video for "Why Call It Love?" was filmed within a maximum security prison in Carson City, Nevada.


1 Sheen 5:35
2 Furry Whiplash 6:30
3 Who Would Be A Traffic Warden (Shithead) 4:30
4 Loguns Run 7:08
5 Ringing The Bell 4:54
6 Ramming Speed 6:14
7 Boys Cheese Gone Fell Off His Cracker 6:09
8 Taught Short 5:01
9 Oochie Coochie 7:01
10 Endup 5:42

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  • Barcode: 5027803480322

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NOIDLP003 Phantom Slasher Puddle & Spout ‎(2xLP) Noid Recordings NOIDLP003 UK 2001
NoidCD2 Phantom Slasher Puddle & Spout ‎(CD, Album) Noid Recordings NoidCD2 2006

  • ladushka
Wonderful and criminally underrecognized shoegaze downtempo & "Shaft"-styled housefunk from this little known outfit. Trippy & quite spacey in all the right places (the fusion-through-a-spacemusic-blender of opener "Sheen" sets the tone), this one will not only appeal to all the fanatics of early Shadow, Ninja Tune, 2Kool, et al, but also to those seeking 'jazz/not-jazz' electronica that works chiefly because of its attendant atmospheric drift & silky splendor. Top-notch.