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8 thoughts on “ Bring Out Your Dead - The Fiend - Greed Power Religion War (CD, Album)

  1. Martin Scorsese's hallucinatory adaptation of Joe Connelly's Bringing Out the Dead is driven by a weird mix of rock, R&B, and reggae -- all of which are heard here, on the concise song soundtrack. Not every song from the film is included, but the ones that are indicate what an intense experience it is, as it moves from Van Morrison ("T.B. Sheets") to the Clash ("Janie Jones," "I'm So Bored.
  2. You're Dead Lyrics: Don't sing if you want to live long / They have no use for your song / You're dead, you're dead, you're dead / You're dead and outta this world / You'll never get a second chance.
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  4. The Fiend – Greed• Power • Religion • War (Candlelight) This Newcastle band has been around for 30 years it seems but releases are scarce to say the least as this is only the second full length out and was released during but has been picked up Candlelight to garner fresh ears and maybe cash in on the resurging thrash / hardcore.
  5. Intro To War: Greed Power Religion War: Your Town Will Burn Tonight: Bring Out Your Dead: Judgement Day: Death From Within: They Blame You: The More You Look (The Less You See) I'm Bought: Fuk It: Dig Your Own Grave: The Fiend: Payback: War And Control/5(6).
  6. Let go Pull out the speakers now What comes out I will allow I didn't come here to die Dare to see what's inside It feels like suicide My favorite corpse I like to hide When I let this corpse out He will bite your soul It will make you bleed When I let this corpse go Look me in the eye and let me know I'm not dead The easy, fast & fun way to.
  7. Jul 28,  · Greed helped to drive Europe—and the world—to war years ago. What is it driving us to today? What does the Bible say about greed? (Part 3 in a series.) What started World War I? That question has been asked since —the year the war started. Scholars and historians still debate over some of the causes of the war.

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