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Send More Paramedics - The Hallowed And The Heathen (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Hand-numbered copies. Comes with a comic strip insert. Also released as test press black vinyl, limited to 10 copies. All Send More Paramedics' tracks previously released on the "Send More Paramedics (Final Tour Tape)" compilation, "Zombiefied" (originally appeared on the "A Feast for the Fallen" album) was re-recorded for the music video that was shot for this track.
  2. Five years later I managed to pick those 4 more bands and now I'm fully satisfied. It's clear that there are years and years of hard work behind this list. If there was a band in Kampuchea and they played crossover thrash, I heard it. So, if you don't find any band in this list that you think should be here, believe me, there are only two.
  3. Check out A Feast for the Fallen [Explicit] by Send More Paramedics on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on nighmofidpectdenhe.stevankewealilighlapslingxeningtepart.infoinfo
  4. Send More Paramedics - Hallowed & The Heathen - nighmofidpectdenhe.stevankewealilighlapslingxeningtepart.infoinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello Select your /5(2).
  5. The Hallowed and the Heathen, an album by Send More Paramedics on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  6. Price - UK £5 Europe £6 Rest Of World £7 Barcode - As soon as we heard SMP's demo tape we were hooked, but we hadn't seen them live. When we actually did have the pleasure of their zombie hardcore brutality (with a little tongue in cheek) that was it 'A Feast for The Fallen' had to be released. 12 Tracks of zombietastic thrash hardcore with an additional audio track written.
  7. the first s.m.p album, very similar to this in style, suffered a little from the maybe slightly over-raw production, but at the same time was musically spot-on. while "the hallowed and the heathen" has a far superior production job and the overall impression is therefore of a tighter, more professional band.5/5(3).
  8. Mar 11,  · Send More Paramedics were a self-proclaimed ‘zombiecore’ band from Leeds. The band formed in to record a demo which caught the attention of In At The Deep End Records who would then work with the band to release all of their discography apart from a split CD with The Nothing which would go out on Thirty Days of Night Records.
  9. Greetings and a warm welcome to my Ebay shop! Here you will find many collectable quality used vinyl records, CD's etc. I'm also heavily into stock car racing, hence the shop name, and will be listing memorabilia such as programmes, magazines and photos on here as well. Happy shopping!

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