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Last Caress - Misfits - Blood (CD)

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  1. "Last Caress" is a song by the American punk rock band Misfits, first released on their EP Beware. Written by vocalist Glenn Danzig, the song was later included on the compilation album Collection II, released in , as well as on the album Static Age, which was recorded in but not released in its entirety until "Last Caress" is commonly considered to be one of the Misfits Genre: Punk rock, horror punk.
  2. Estimated 1, - 2, copies pressed on CD according to Misfits Central. Two live shows. The back cover lists the shows as: Union Ballroom, Ann Arbor, MI 4/23/78 & Hewitt Street Club, Los Angeles, CA 3/29/ These are obviously both wrong! These shows were actually: Michigan Union Ballroom, Detroit, MI 4/23/83 & Al's Bar, Los Angeles, CA 4 /5(2).
  3. rows · The Misfits are an American punk rock band often recognized as the progenitors of .
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Orange Marble Vinyl release of Last Caress on Discogs/5(18).
  5. Last Caress Lyrics: I got somethin' to say, I killed a baby today / And it doesn't matter much to me as long as it's dead / Well, I got somethin' to say, I raped your mother today / And it doesn't.
  6. referencing Last Caress Live In Detroit Fm Broadcast, LP, Ltd, Unofficial, RXXX this is just terrible. i don't even know why release such an unplayable record, this sounds as low fi bad noise music with screams on the background.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Last Caress Live In Detroit Fm Broadcast on Discogs.
  8. "Last Caress" is a song by the American punk rock band Misfits, first released on their EP Beware. Written by vocalist Glenn Danzig, the song was later included on the compilation album Collection II, released in , as well as on the album Static Age, which was recorded in but not released in its entirety until Contents. Background and release.
  9. Misfits compilations began appearing as soon as on Caroline (Legacy of Brutality); 's Misfits compilation began whetting appetites for the large quantity of material that remained out of print, although Metallica's version of "Last Caress" and, later, Guns N' Roses' cover of "Attitude" hinted at what might be discovered.

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