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DEVILCAKE - 1991-11-25 - WELCOME TO THE GYRODOME - REHEARSAL DEMO


Devilcake - Welcome to the Gyrodome, Nov. 1991


Gyrodome inside

Gabe and Todd at Apollo's, first Devilcake gig....1991


everybody in the house!

gabe at the newport, march 92


DEVILCAKE
"WELCOME TO THE GYRODOME"
recorded with Christine The Ghetto Blaster Of Death
most likely at my house. Not the first jam but one of 'em, fo' sho'.
November 25, 1991

Mike Gourley - singer
Diego? Gabe? - guitar
Ray Lilly - bass
Michael Million - acoustic guitar, backing vocals
Todd Skaggs - turntable, sampler
Ian C Stewart - drums, backing vocals

1. Pie, Hair Pie
2. I Want A Big Mac
3. Donuts, Oh Oooooooooo
4. Stromboli Fever
5. Salad Bar Man
6. Red Pop
7. Wacko Taco
8. Hands Off My Oreos
9. Purple Pie Pizza
10. Guacamole, Damn It
11. C Is For Cookie

30 min total
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