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  • Performer: Deadly Weapons
  • Title: Get Right In There
  • Size FLAC ver: 1864 mb
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 2004
  • Style: Garage Rock, Punk
  • Other formats: AA AC3 MMF XM MP2 MP4 WMA
  • Genre: Rock
  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
Deadly Weapons  - Get Right In There album flac

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A1 Can't Take It
A2 Too Much
A3 All Talk
A4 Tears Me Up
A5 I'm A Sicko
A6 Switchblade
A7 Deadly Weapons Theme
B1 Break Up
B2 Having Fun
B3 Depressing Ramones
B4 Sex & Drugs
B5 No Respect
B6 What A Way To Die
Written-By – Leone*

Credits

  • Bass – E. McDermott*
  • Design – Jonny Cakes
  • Drums – J. Maurer*
  • Engineer [Assistant] – David Lander, Tim Freeman
  • Engineer, Mixed By – Thom Canova
  • Guitar, Artwork [Poster] – L. Jackson*
  • Mastered By – Paul Stubblebine
  • Mixed By – Deadly Weapons
  • Photography By – Danyka Koturak
  • Vocals – T. Lucchesi*

Notes

Recorded on October 30th & October 31st, 2003 @ Coast Recorders, San Francisco.
Mastered @ Paul Stubblebine Mastering & DVD.
Includes credit insert and a large Deadly Weapons poster.
Credits from insert.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FY-679 Deadly Weapons Get Right In There ‎(CD, Album) Jonny Cat Records FY-679 US 2004
FY-679 Deadly Weapons Get Right In There ‎(12", Album) Jonny Cat Records FY-679 US 2004


All rights reserved to the original track owner! This collage is not for commercial use! Minimal Compact Deadly Weapons Live Full Album 1988,HQ.

7. Deadly Weapons Theme. 8. Break Up. 9. Having Fun. 10. Depressing Ramones. Get Right In There ‎(12", Album, Cle). Deadly Weapons (2). Get Right In There ‎(12", Album).

Deadly Weapons is an album by Steve Beresford, John Zorn, Tonie Marshall and David Toop. The album was originally released on the Nato label in 1986. It is designed as film noir soundtrack music to a film which does not exist and could be considered a forerunner to Zorn's Spillane (1987).

Band Name Minimal Compact. Album Name Deadly Weapons. Erscheinungsdatum 1984. Labels Crammed Discs. Musik GenrePost-punk. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen3. 2. Losing Tracks (In Time). 4. There's Always Now. 5. Nada.

Deadly Weapons by Minimal Compact, released 01 September 1984 1. Next One Is Real 2. Losing Tracks (In Time) 3. The Well 4. There’s Always Now 5. Nada 6. Not Knowing 7. Deadly Weapons 8. Burnt-Out Hotel 9. The Howling Hole 10. Next One Is Real (Radio remix) 11. Not Knowing (remix) 12. Babylonian Tower (remix) 13. Hole Version (Accidental remix) 14. Next One Is Real (Extended remix) 15. Introspection Fronted by vocalist Samy Birnbach (aka DJ Morpheus, freestyle DJ extraordinaire and compiler of the Freezone series), Minimal Compact were one of the most inspirational bands of the ‘80s. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Deadly Weapons CD. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album.

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Deadly Weapons Lyrics. There's something pulling me in the wrong direction

You live surrounded by deadly weapons. Prison inmates have killed one another with Bic pens and sharpened pencils. I’ve spotted some potential weapons in there, have you? The Kubotan is an obvious one so that’s a given. The Swiss Army Knife could be but it takes a minute to deploy for use as one. That will cost precious seconds that would be needed for defensive measures. The Leatherman could be used as an impact weapon folded up or used to stabilize a fist, like a roll of quarters. The blade can be deployed with a single hand but you need to make sure you get the right blade. The Serrated Blade has nothing of a point for stabbing strikes but the lacerations would be fucking nasty  . I think that’s more than enough to be going on with right there. 244 Views · View 3 Upvoters.


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