Steakknife - Songs Men Have Died For album
Title: Songs Men Have Died For
Style: Garage Rock, Punk
Date of release: 1997
Size MP3: 1994 mb
Size FLAC: 1804 mb
Format: DMF MIDI WAV MMF MP3 VOC VOX
Nom du groupe Steakknife. Nom de l'album Songs Men Have Died for. Type Album. Date de parution 1997. Style MusicalPunkcore. Membres possèdant cet album0. 3. Rednecks & Lipstick.
NBR 085, 2014, RR 174. Steakknife. Songs Men Have Died For (LP, Album, Ltd, RE). No Balls Records, Rookie Records. NBR 085, 2014, RR 174. Germany.
Band Name Steakknife. Album Name Songs Men Have Died for. Data de aparición 1997. Estilo MusicalPunkcore. Miembros poseen este álbum0.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Semaphore (catalog number CD 012). This album was released in 1997 year. Format of the release is. CD, Album.
The song 'Big Fat Lip' by Steakknife has a tempo of 149 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Plugged Into the Amp of God'. Top Songs Steakknife. Get Over It. Parallel Universe of the Dead. Songs Men Have Died For. One Eyed Bomb. Hope My Girlfriend Thinks I'm Cool. Plugged Into the Amp of God. Brand New Genes.
Steakknife are a German punk rock band established in 1991. Originally the band played under the name "Ankry Simons" doing some cover-songs of the American band "Angry Samoans", but later they started to do their own kind of music and recorded the 7" "Gotcha!", which was released in 1990 on X-Mist Records (SIS). The members played (or still play) in Bands like "Spermbirds", "2Bad" and "Challenger Crew".
Songs Men Have Died For by Steakknife. View all albums . 7. Finger In My Butt. 11. Shark In My Backyard. It was named "Songs man have died for" and the artwork was made by the well known artist Frank Kozik. After some changes in the line-up, the band recorded their third album "Plugged into the amp of god", which was released 2000 on Noisolution Records. In 2005 the compilation "Stuff 1991-2004" was released, also on Noisolution Records. As of March 2007 a new album is in sight, it will be released on Rookie Records. lt;/p
This song mainly continues off of the previous track on the album, Nice Guy, in which Eminem talks about confusing relationships and how he can turn them into good relationships. Jessie Reyez is also featured on the track. The two skeletons appear to have died while they were gazing into one another’s eyes and hugging each other, thus reminiscent of a lovers’ embrace. Their Embrace Amazingly Goes Back 6,000 Years For 6,000 years, two young lovers had been locked in an eternal embrace, hidden from the eyes of the world.
|3||Rednecks & Lipstick||1:40|
|5||It's My Life||3:11|
|6||Who Killed Kennedy?||2:03|
|10||Just Trust Me||2:25|
|11||Calling My Lawyer||3:07|
|12||Driving In A Dead Man's Car||1:56|
|13||Bill Gates' Money||3:04|
|none||Steakknife||Songs Men Have Died For (LP, Album)||Steakhouse Records, Short Egg Records||none||Germany||1997|
|NBR 085 / 2014, RR 174||Steakknife||Songs Men Have Died For (LP, Album, Ltd, RE)||No Balls Records, Rookie Records||NBR 085 / 2014, RR 174||Germany||2014|
|CD 012||Steakknife||Songs Men Have Died For (CD, Album, Promo)||Semaphore||CD 012||Germany||1997|