George Korein - Another Corpse download mp3 album
George Korein – Another Corpse. How lovely is it that I can write, I’ve never heard anything like this before, ? As seems to be his practice, George Korein has upped the weird ante, this time with an album of noisy-ambient corpse-themed program music. Yep, there’s flying corpses who make crash landings, pulsing corpses, and even a pesky encroaching Rotodrone; which is one of those -hear-it type of things. In many ways, the enjoyment of Another Corpse is watching Korein keep it all up in the air. Overall, it reminds me of what my old driving instructor used to say, it’s a series of small adjustment. ell, expect when it isn’t.
Recorded by George Korein in 2003. Mixed by George Korein and Barry Knob 2014. Mastered by James Plotkin 2015. Cover photo 2015 George Korein. Corpsepaint design by Hattie Korein. some rights reserved.
George Denis Patrick Carlin (May 12, 1937 – June 22, 2008) was an American stand-up comedian, actor, author, and social critic. He and his "seven dirty words" comedy routine were central to the 1978 . Supreme Court case . v. Pacifica Foundation, in which a 5–4 decision affirmed the government's power to regulate indecent material on the public airwaves.
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Jammin’ in New York is George Carlin’s 14th album and eighth HBO special, recorded on April 24 and 25, 1992, at the Paramount Theater, on the grounds of Madison Square Garden in New York City. Rockets and Penises in the Persian Gulf Thank you and hello New York! Okay, it’s been a little while, it’s been a little while since I’ve been here and a couple of things have happened in that time.
The Paradox of Our Time-George Carlin's Tribute to His Late Wife- Fiction! Summary of eRumor: A message said to have come from George Carlin on th. This has been circulating on the Internet for quite a whil. ong before September 11, and is not from George Carlin. com he denies authorship and criticizes the piece. The rumor that these words were spoken on the occasion of the death of his wife are a recent addition to the eRumor, which began circulating about 1999.
Gleaming corpse 1 - George Korein. 8. Too many days - George Korein. 7. Singsong corpse 1 - George Korein. Singsong corpse 2 - George Korein. Writhe, sally, writhe - George Korein. Pulsing corpse - George Korein. Gleaming corpse 3 - George Korein. Trilowhat - George Korein. Flying corpse: liftoff - George Korein. Hexasexual polemic - George Korein.
|1||Gleaming Corpse I|
|2||Singsong Corpse I|
|3||Gleaming Corpse II|
|4||Singsong Corpse II|
|5||Gleaming Corpse III|
|6||Pulsing Corpse I|
|8||Squawking Corpse Rotodrone|
|15||Flying Corpse Flies Again|
- Cello – Helena Espvall (tracks: 2, 4)
- Drums – Keith Abrams (tracks: 6)
- Keyboards – Liz Walsh (tracks: 7)