8 thoughts on “ Killing Floor - Afrodizz - Froots (CD, Album) ”

  1. Kazragami says:
    Sep 02,  · The hymn-like "Sunday Morning" features Martin on harpsichord. Much of the rest of the album continues along in the same fashion. There are the occasional sloppy mistakes, both in the playing and the album's production, but, all in all, Killing Floor is a /5(26).
  2. Mera says:
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  3. Tygolmaran says:
    Not in terms of opinions, but the basic facts: Killing Floor (at least the Killing Floor who produced this album) are not a British blues/rock band, but a San Francisco industrial-rock band. Very much different. Also, if one looks closely at the cover and the liner notes, the album /5(13).
  4. Bazahn says:
    The sheer toughness -- and overall derivative -- nature of Killing Floor's debut album, issued six months after Led Zeppelin's debut in on the Spark label, is a wondrous contrast to the overly slick treatment American blues were given by British artists. All of these tunes, with the exception of one, are revamped versions of songs from the blues canon with different words.8/
  5. Tacage says:
    Tracklist: Killing Floor () Yadsa () Fashion Terroriste () Water and Fish () Poots () Start () Bombé ().
  6. Arashikora says:
    Killing Floor: Uncovered is an exciting live action film collaboration between videogame developer/publisher, Tripwire Interactive and film collective, Type AB. Inspired by the popular videogame franchise, Killing Floor: Uncovered delivers an action-packed, live action experience that both gamers and horror film fans will love!Reviews: K.
  7. Golar says:
    Killing Floor are a British blues rock band, who formed in They released two albums and four singles before initially disbanding in They have issued another two albums since their reformation in The band name came from the title of Howlin' Wolf's track, "Killing Floor".
  8. Zulkitilar says:
    The principal players in the South London-based band Killing Floor originally met while playing in a blues band called the Loop. During the British blues boom of , lead guitarist Mick Clarke.

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