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Beatin RockNRoll To Death - D.O.A. (2) - 13 Flavours Of Doom (CD)

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  1. Death 'n' roll (portmanteau of death metal and rock 'n' roll) is the subgenre of death metal music that incorporates hard rock-inspired elements to the overall cativasriverdithinstanturotesag.coinfo achieved effect is that of death metal's trademark combination of growled vocals and highly distorted detuned guitar riffing with elements reminiscent of s hard rock and heavy metal.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of 13 Flavours Of Doom on Discogs/5(5).
  3. Dec 18,  · Provided to YouTube by DistroKid The Death of Rock 'N' Roll · Miracle of Sound Level 9 ℗ Miracle of Sound Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  4. D.O.A. - 13 Flavours of Doom CD: ItŽs the return of the ignoroids. D.O.A. are back as a three-piece: Joe Kiethley, Brian Goble, and Ken Jensen. Straight-ahead classic D.O.A. punk. Produced by John Nomeansno Wright. - "A surprising comeback is that of VancouverŽs D.O.A., who split up in Ž89 with a series of emotional farewell gigs but couldnŽt stay dead.
  5. 13 Flavours Of Doom is an album by Canadian hardcore punk band D.O.A. It was released in on band member Joe Keithley's own record label, Sudden Death Records, and also in the UK on Alternative cativasriverdithinstanturotesag.coinfo spite of its title, the album actually had fourteen tracks – the last one not being numbered on the CD .
  6. 13 Flavours of Doom is a dandy. "Hey Sister" is a highlight for its roots punk feel and its dead on lyrics. The bands belief that punk rockers have brains strikes a positive note. The darker songs such as "Time of Illusion" and "Phantom Zone" show how much ground D.O.A. really does cover.
  7. Apr 27,  · The Death of Rock-n-Roll. On April 27, By Christopher Lansdown In Uncategorized. In this interesting article, the author says that Rock-n-Roll is now dead. I recommend reading the whole article—which is mostly about how the fans of Rock-n-Roll loved the stupid things that Rock Stars did, and don’t any more—but the part I want to talk.

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