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THE UNCULTURED - 1988-04-10 - UNCULTURED REHEARSAL DEMO



THE UNCULTURED
"UNCULTURED REHEARSAL"
April, 1988
recorded with Christine The Ghetto Blaster Of Death
written by Ian unless it wasn't

Ray Lilly - singer
Michael Million - guitar, backing vocals
Ian C Stewart - guitar, backing vocals, lead on "Cancer Coffins"
Jeff Sampson - bass
Marc Ward - drums


1. Abortion (Ray/Michael)
2. Cod, Not God
3. Skank Bitch (Ray/Michael/Ian)
4. Guineapigs
5. Toxics (Ray/Michael/Doug)
6. For Her
7. Evil Dead (Michael)
8. Deathquake
9. Antiwhacking
10. Silent War
11. Cancer Coffins
12. Abortion
13. Toxics
14. For Her
15. free jam including Creeping Death
16. For Her (Talent Show Rehearsal)
17. free jam including Message (N1ls L0fgren) & Dragon Attack
18. For Her (guitar only)
19. Am I Invisible? (guitar only)
64 minutes total
The Uncultured - Uncultured Rehearsal

320kb MP3 | 135MB ZIP

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