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Rhumba Of Rattlesnakes, A Murder Of Crows

Split 7 125

Released on September 30, 2003


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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Serf Creep  0%
2 Curse Of The Werewolf  0%
3 My Girlfriend's A Monster  0%
4 Cobwebs And Flies  0%
5 Deadman's Waltz  0%
6 Throwin' A Fit  0%
7 Planet Of Death  0%
8 Get Out Of My Way  0%
9 Lost In Eternal Night  0%
10 Demolition Derby Doll  0%
11 Black Angel  0%
12 Sweet Sixteen  0%
13 Cemetary Gates  0%
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Remy from Anaheim, CA 
Oct 4 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

these guys kick ass. i booked a show for them once and they didnt let me down. the music is so good it makes me wanna puch a baby in the face!!!!!!!

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Scott from West Jordan, UT 
Jun 23 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this is a great cd, a little bit rough - there are some filler tracks and tend to blend together a little. Otherwise, there are some really standout tracks like "Deadman's Waltz" and "Lost in Eternal Night" - which sounds like a Tiger Army song, in a way. Actually, one of the better CD's I've bought recently.

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