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Mad Sin

Dead Moon's Calling (US Version)

Sailor's Grave

Released on April 18, 2006


$9.50
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This fourpiece from Germany serves up 100% pure rockin’ power, rollin’ to the wild Punkabilly rhythm, drinkin’ whisky to the mournful country prison blues & re-igniting the Rock ‘n’ Roll fire to end them all. Bow down to the hotrod racers, the truck stop wasters, the drive-in crazies, the juke-joint hellraisers. MAD SIN has toured the world with bands such as U.S. BOMBS, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES, FAITH NO MORE, MISFITS, GWAR, and more. This record showcases the extraordinary cross-pollinization of rockabilly, punk rock, classic hardcore and a lot of psychobilly, which quickly became the trademark of the quartet. So dive into the psychobilly hell billy beat of MAD SIN.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Intro  0%
2 Point Of No Return Voted #1  17%
3 Fuel For Brains Voted #2  17%
4 To Walk The Night  8%
5 Not Invited  6%
6 Plastic Monsters  0%
7 Apes On Parade Voted #3  17%
8 Brand New Gun (Bang Boom Bang)  6%
9 Gone Forever  0%
10 Dead Moon  11%
11 Houdinis Pool  0%
12 The Conspiracy Theory  6%
13 Cannibal Superstar  0%
14 Radio Psycho  6%
15 Underground  8%
16 Submission  0%
17 T.C.S.  0%
18 2xLove=2xPain  0%
19 Generation 69  0%
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Drew from San Angelo, TX 
Aug 28 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Mad Sin. Sick shit. I admit that I picked this up because I read that Lars Frederiksen did some vocals on it. (Its actually spoken word that he does and he says ‘concrete jungle’… “Cash, Culture, and Violence” “Red Hot Moon” or “11th Hour” anyone?) This is in fact true but I was pleasantly surprised with the rest of the record. Tons of melody and sing-a-long opportunities mixed with plenty of “Hey! Hey! Hey!s” and "Woah Woah's" to go around. Hella fast at times and some songs are straight up catchy ass swing jams with maybe even a saxophone or piano! *gasp*!

Tons of catchy songs that will make you wish you had heard of these dudes earlier. Back up vocals are stellar! Many songs starts off with something different whether it be a line from a movie, spoken word, or a sound effect. Production is excellent. There are some songs that have effects on the vocals. Some songs have clean guitar, sounds like steel guitar giving it an almost country feel to it, whereas others are full on distorted power chords with speedy ass drumming. Lyrics are dark and deal somewhat with standard psychobilly stuff (vampires, monsters, coffins) but also deal with stuff such as oral sex (“Generation 69”) and cannibalism (“Cannibal Superstar”).

Now obviously if you are a fan of the American standard Hellcat psychobilly-esque bands such as Tiger Army, Nekromantix, or Horrorpops (Patricia Day sings on “Dead Moon”!) then you will get down with this. I mean c’mon, they’ve been at it for like 20 years and they are from Germany…they gotta be good right?!

Clocks in at 49:22. Comes with lyric book. Dig it. You will be dancing in no time!

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Cody from Saskatoon, SK Canada 
Dec 9 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is a great psychobilly album!! mad sin keeps the same sound that they acheived on survival of the sickest. the bass sounds amazing, as usual. the guitar work is awesome, and the lyrics remain humorous nad horror related. my personal favorite song is "not invited".. great album!

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Jessica from Floral City, FL 
Oct 30 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I wasnt too impressed with this one. Ive heard better. I wouldnt reccomend gettin this one first if you dont own any of their cd;s already. But sum of the songs on here are still amazing like plastic monsters.

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David from Henderson, KY 
Jun 21 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Did you love Survival Of The Sickest? If so this is just as good and it doesn't repeat the sound of S.O.T.S. sound! These songs ar ejust to damn catchy to get out of your head!! These guys are just getting better with each release!!! High Highly Highly recommneded!!!

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Mark from Apo Ae,  
Jun 15 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

well i have to say im not the biggest psycobilly fan but this is good stuff!! i heard of these guys and went out on a limb and was not disaponted at all. good mix of psycobilly and punk i would recomend for any one looking for some fresh music!!





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