01. Nice Day For A Resurrection

MP302. Who Killed The Cheerleader

03. Nekronauts

04. Subcultural Girl

05. Gargoyles Over Copenhagen

06. Trick Or Treat

07. Murder For Breakfast

08. RubberMonks And Leather Nuns

09. Generation 666

10. Return Of The Loving Dead

11. I'm A Hellcat

12. Haunted Cathouse

13. Nekronomicon



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Return Of The Loving Dead
Nekromantix

Like an unholy combination of the Stray Cats and The Cramps infused with a deadly double shot of gothic punk-metal, Denmark's Nekromantix rock your sorry ass with murderous energy, highly original writing style, and relentless swing. They manage to pull off clever songs with titles like "Murder for Breakfast," "RubberMonks & LeatherNuns," and "Nice Day for a Resurrection" without sounding stupid, and guitarist Peter Sandorff absolutely BURNS like the redheaded stepchild of Johnny Thunders, Cliff Gallup, and Billy Duffy. The schizophrenic stylistic switches-from balls-out punk to straight ahead rockabilly-serve to make "Return of the Loving Dead" an entertaining and engaging listen throughout. Definitely worth checking out.
- Mike Baldino

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CATALOG DATA

No: #80445

US Rel. Date: 02/12/2002

EU Rel. Date: 01/29/2002

Type: Full

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Average Fan Rating: 5.00

 


52pickup

03/15/2006

this CD is one of the best CDs ever. you must have this in your collection. it has a great sound. it brings alot of energy and killer riffs. kim tears it apart on this album. i recommand it to any loevr of music

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