the morticians

In 1987, The Morticians released a single that used the Mothers' "Freak Out" album cover as an inspiration.

  the morticians: freak out
    (1987, 7", usa, tin soldier tin-1)


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The Morticians - Freak out with The Morticians


Tin Soldier TIN-1

Track List :

Now she's gone, Action woman, Don't need your lovin', Blackout of gretely, E.S.P., I need you there, Sweet young thing, Spiral bat, Carolyn, Song of a baker, Section 44.


Redfern Bros. began to play in the mid-80s as The Giant Sunhorse; at the beginning of 1986 they found bassist Ben Jackson and changed name to The Morticians, releasing this delicious sweet at the end of next year. An explosive punk side (those who don't know one original at least, lift up their own hand) and a visionary psych-side made few lucky owners happy... the first pressing of 500 ran out very soon and so did the second one of little more than a thousand, but Ben's leaving caused dissolution. At the end of 1988 a compilation of early recordings (demos and live sets) titled "She's like heroin" came out on Distortion Records.


-- info: Ive Hapers



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