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The End - Dead Man's Radio album download

The End
Dead Man's Radio
February, 1999
Recording location:
Garden And The Observation, Venice, CA
MP3 archive size:
1672 mb
FLAC archive size:
1746 mb
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Tony Peluso, the Carpenters' guitarist who made his debut on their 1972 album A Song For You, is heard as a radio DJ throughout the medley, which includes such songs as "The End of the World", "Dead Man's Curve", "Johnny Angel", and "One Fine Day". Peluso would also be heard as a DJ on the Carpenters' "Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft" recording in 1977.

If you like Dead Man's Hand, you may also like: Lemanis by Spaceslug. supported by 4 fans who also own Dead Man's Hand. Purple Vellocet by Purple Vellocet. Featuring guests Ian Simmonds and Paper Tiger.

Daily Album Premieres. The Friday Guest DJ Hour Show. Creatively entitled Demo 2006 comes three fresh and fruity tracks from Oslo-based Dead Man’s Hand, which with an exciting mix of Thrash and At The Gates-influenced Death Metal, clearly they’re onto something here. Led by the riffing of guitarists Martin Kandola and Jon Carlsen, the band sounds heavy and firm, but still melodic, and although none of the songs are revolutionary or inventive, the band is already well on their way to finding their own sound.

The following list shows the music tracks that were featured in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise (The Curse of the Black Pearl, Dead Man's Chest, At World's End, On Stranger Tides, Dead Men Tell No Tales) and other movies created by the same team. Composed by Hans Zimmer (a small part in the first film, then all the others) and Klaus Badelt (only in the first film) along with Geoff Zanelli (a small part in all four films, working alongside Zimmer and Badelt).

The Dead Man's Radio, We play anything rock!, Washington, DC. See station schedule and song playlist. The Dead Man's Radio is a web based internet radio station from Washington that plays Classic Rock, Metal genre of music. Classic Rock Hardcore Metal. Web. Washington - DC, United States - English.

The first release of Dead Man's Party has a different version of Weird Science on it than later releases. The only way to tell them apart is by looking on the inside band of the record itself. The original is MCA-4773; the re-released version is MCA-5105. I have yet to personally compare these two versions myself. I do know that my Canadian pressing lists the song time for Weird Science as 6:00 as opposed to the 6:10 listed on other pressings. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Society Girl Shane August The End 3:46
2 Laughing Shane August The End 6:25
3 Fab Shane August The End 4:58
4 Dead Man's Radio Shane August The End 4:19
5 Johnny Faggot Shane August The End 4:17
6 Friends in High Places Shane August The End 4:15
7 Love Song Shane August The End 4:23
8 All of You Shane August The End 3:56
9 Midnight Fare Shane August The End 5:23
10 You Still Don't Have a Clue Shane August / Richard Rudolph The End 3:09
11 Dead Man's Radio (Reprise) Shane August The End 2:27
12 [Silence] The End 0:22
13 [Silence] The End 0:22
14 [Silence] The End 0:22
15 [Silence] The End 0:22
16 [Silence] The End 0:22
17 [Untitled Track] The End 3:55