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Misfits - Legacy Of Brutality - Horror Punk - LP

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Misfits - Legacy Of Brutality

Label: Plan 9
Catalog#: PL9-06
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: US
Released: Sep 1985
Genre: Rock
Style: Punk

Credits: Bass - Jerry Only
Drums - Mr. Jim (tracks: A1 to A7, B1, B4)
Guitar - Bobby Steele (tracks: B2, B3, B5) , Franché Coma (tracks: A1 to A7, B1, B4)
Producer - Glenn Danzig (tracks: A1 to B4, B6)
Vocals - Glenn Danzig
Notes: On the sleeve, the following dates are listed:
Angelfuck: 1-78
Who Killed Marilyn: 2-79
Where Eagles Dare: 2-79
She: 10-77
Halloween: 9-80
American Nightmare: 6-81
Static Age: 1-78

Pressing Information:

Caroline; Plan 9: PL9/06 (September 1985)
10,000 black vinyl copies with Plan 9 and Caroline logos and addresses.


Side A:

Static Age
T.V. Casualty
Hybrid Moments
Spinal Remains
Come Back
Some Kinda Hate
Theme For A Jackal

Side B:

Who Killed Marilyn?
Where Eagles Dare
American Nightmare

This album is a masterpiece. All the songs on here are 3-chord ghoulish punk anthems of mayhem. And all of them are great. Static Age and TV Casualties kick start this baby, and they are two of the best Fits' songs ever, but all rule. The songs here contain everything you need, profanity, gore, horror,(dead) girls, darkness and humor. It's all here and it is at its best. This is a flawless package. All the songs are great and are instantly likeable, but the best songs are: Static Age (very catchy verse and chorus), TV Casualty, Theme For a Jackyl (very dark, and fun), Who Killed Marilyn (awesome punk ditty), She (very fast and raw, great stuff), and Halloween (catchy as a cold, an awesome song to blare on Halloween night, or any night for that matter.) Also, at the end of the record - we are treated to American Nightmare, a song that could very easily pass as an Elvis Song if not for the lyrics. No one could tell the difference between Glenn and Elvis on this song except maybe Glenn or Elvis. Also a good song. Now everyone here seems too be complaining about the recording quality but look past that, this is punk - this is The Misfits! Ok, down too the bottom line - Get this album!

Misfits - Halloween - fan video w/ footage from Nightmare Before Christmas

Misfits - American Nightmare - fan video (tribute to Grindhouse cinema)

The Misfits - Static Age/TV Casualty

Misfits - TV Casualty (Live @ Zeche Carl, Essen - Germany 1997

Misfits - TV Casualty

Misfits - Theme For A Jackal

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