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False Faces - The Southern Death Cult - The Southern Death Cult (Vinyl, LP)

8 thoughts on “ False Faces - The Southern Death Cult - The Southern Death Cult (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Zulkimuro says:
    Listen to your favorite songs from The Southern Death Cult by The Southern Death Cult Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. Branos says:
    The Southern Death Cult. K likes. The Southern Death Cult is a compilation album by British gothic rock band Southern Death Cult. It is a collection.
  3. Shakakree says:
    The Southern Death Cult was one of the old British post-punk/goth bands of the late '70s and early '80s, these days best remembered for being the launching pad for the Cult. And honestly, that's probably the way they're best remembered. The band was a quartet led by vocalist Ian Astbury/5(25).
  4. Voodoobar says:
    referencing Southern Death Cult, LP, Comp, BEGA 46 Test pressing of this LP gives matrices as: 1. BEGA A¹ - 1 BilBo TAPE ONE B.G. MT* & diaprepjurmaitasfamaggeiconsebiwhe.coinfo¹-1 BilBo.
  5. Mezragore says:
    The Southern Death Cult is a compilation album by British gothic rock band Southern Death Cult. It is a collection of studio outtakes, demos and live recordings by the band, released originally in , after the band had broken up.
  6. Yobar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Southern Death Cult on Discogs. Label: Vertigo - • Format: Vinyl Compilation, LP • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Post-Punk, Goth Rock4/5(6).
  7. Kezuru says:
    Mar 13,  · The Southern Death Cult LIVE! The Brixton Ace, London - Duration: Kelly O'Brien , views. 50+ videos Play all Classic Rock Party YouTube Music; I .
  8. Zulkitilar says:
    Formed in Bradford, England in as Southern Death Cult with Ian Astbury (then calling himself Ian Lindsay) performing vocal duties. Having spent time in Canada as a kid, Astbury was heavily influenced by native American Indian culture and problems soon arose when the singer felt his pseudo-hippie/Red Indian philosophy was being compromised by the band set-up.

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