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8 thoughts on “ Mosh, Dont Pass The Guy - Frank Black - The Cult Of Ray (CD, Album)

  1. While there's still flashes of Black's normal eccentricity on songs like "The Marsist," "Men In Black" and "The Creature Crawling," for the most part The Cult of Ray is subdued and stripped-down where previous solo albums like Frank Black and Teenager of the Year sound liberated in their wide-band weirdness. There's three songs about moshing, of all things, on The Cult of 5/
  2. Frank Black is American singer, songwriter, and guitarist Charles Michael Kittridge Thompson IV (born April 6, ). After releasing three albums with this name, he formed the band Frank Black and the hardwaldtomimacamtipernicuposla.coinfo returned to using the name Black Francis, the name he uses as vocalist of the Pixies, in Lead songwriter and vocalist of the now reunited Pixies, Frank Black .
  3. Frank Black ‎– The Cult Of Ray. 12 The Cult Of Ray 9 The Creature Crawling Engineer [Assistant] – Billy Bowers, Eddie Miller, Greg Fidelman, Ian MacPherson, Jim Champagne, Mike hardwaldtomimacamtipernicuposla.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  4. Mosh, Don't Pass the Guy This song is by Frank Black and appears on the album The Cult of Ray ().
  5. The frenetic guitar wig-out of ‘Mosh, Don’t Pass The Guy’ is a thrill, the attitude-heavy chug of the title track is snug and satisfying and the uncharacteristically heartfelt mournful.
  6. The Cult of Ray, Black's third album (a tribute to fellow extraterrestrial Ray Bradbury), presents a slimmer, more stylistically consistent set of crunch-chord slams with a punk theme, including "Dance War," and "Mosh, Don't Pass the Guy," "Jesus Was Right," and "Punk Rock City." The album's missing eclecticism is more than compensated by Lyle /5(29).
  7. I just came here to post about the poor sound of the first album. It was very disappointing. I don't own the original, but I do own the CD and cassette. This actually reminds me of the cassette, albeit a higher Fidelity version. But the cassette messed with the overall sound just like this. Too much mid-range.-Marcus.
  8. I have rediscovered "Cult of Ray" in recent years and really like it now. I never liked Pistolero or his Nashville albums much. Devil's Workshop is hit and miss - it is more or less a collection of outakes, but has its moments. Favourite albums - Orange, Black Letter Days, first Catholics album.

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