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Gwar - This Toilet Earth Album

Performer:

Gwar

Title:

This Toilet Earth

Genre:

Rock

MP3 album size:

1935 mb

Label:

Metalblade Records

Rating:

4.3

Style:

Funk Metal, Heavy Metal, Punk, Thrash

Country:

US

Date of release:

1994

Catalog:

P2-53889

Gwar - This Toilet Earth Album

Tracklist

1Filthy Flow2:14
2Fight0:55
3Jack The World2:24
4Eat Steel1:28
5The Obliteration Of Flab Quarv 72:41
6Krak Down3:22
7The Insidious Soliloquy Of Skullhed Face5:17
8Pepperoni1:41
9Pocket Pool2:27
10Sonderkommando4:54
11The Issue Of Tissue (Spacecake)3:10
12Penis I See2:55
13Bad Bad Men3:08
14Slap U Around2:39
15Saddam A Go-Go2:30

Album

This Toilet Earth is the fourth album released by heavy metal band Gwar. Released on March 29, 1994, this album was to be one of their oddest and most bittersweet albums. It was the first Gwar album to be censored the second was We Kill Everything, which comes in both censored and uncensored versions, due to their gain in popularity as a result of MTV exposure. The music and artwork is almost cartoonish when compared to the previous albums, and the instrumentation had expanded to include horns. This Toilet Earth by GWAR, released 29 March 1994 1. Saddam a Go-Go 2. Penis I See 3. Eat Steel 4. Jack the World 5. SounderKommando 6. Bad Bad Men 7. Pepperoni 8. The Innsiduous Soliloquy of Skulhedface 9. Fight 10. The Issue of Tissue Spacecake 11. Pocketpool 12. Slap U Around 13. Krak Down 14. Filthy Flow 15. The Obliteration of Flab Quarv 7. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. USD or more. Artist: GWAR Album: This Toilet Earth Year: 1994. This Toilet Earth. The Orchard Music от лица компании Metal Blade Records ARESA, Abramus Digital, LatinAutor, BMG Rights Management, CMRRA и другие авторские общества 3. This Toilet Earth was the first GWAR album to be censored internationally. The first pressing of the album was through Priority Records, and featured an unaltered tracklist. Subsequent pressings of the album either have . unlisted or removed entirely. The extreme content of the song cost GWAR a distribution deal with Warner Bros. Bishop left GWAR to focus on his other band, Kepone, but would later return as Beefcake during the recording and subsequent tour for 1999s We Kill Everything, and later as new lead singer Blothar The Berzerker following the death of Dave Brockie in 2014. This Toilet Earth Q&A. On their fourth release, This Toilet Earth, Gwar managed to create a song so heinous . that it was removed from the disc post-release, just as the band was removed from their new label, Priority Records. Happily, the lords of gross-out metal were welcomed back to their old home, Metal Blade Records, with open arms and the group hardly missed a beat. On this 1994 offering, the mothers of scatological invention add a smidgen of stop-and-go faux funk to their assault. Songs in album Gwar - This Toilet Earth 1994. Gwar - Saddam a Go-Go. Gwar - Penis I See. Gwar - Eat Steel. Gwar - Jack the World. Gwar - Sonderkommando. Gwar This Toilet Earth. Buy from. October 28th, 2012. Gwar pwns. November 30th, 2005. An alternate censored version was released in later pressings omitting track 9. AKA, Baby Dick Fuck along with it's lyrics and corresponding artwork, other censored elements include the interior center spread art with every penis having a black box over it. Identifiers: Barcode: 5 020083 106821. GWAR - This Toilet Earth. Killer GWAR cd, but arent they all in their own ways they are for me. This one has a more commercial or produced sound. not as raw as others. There are some killer tunes here Even though it was highly produced and campy it's dark and heavy at the same time and that is what I truly love about GWAR. Also has some cool booklet art with member bios that are classic Sexecutioner, Slymenstra, Sleazy all here And bonus if you get the uncensored version of this album that includes the track BDF -Not all. This Toilet Earth, 1994. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations. Listen free to GWAR This Toilet Earth Saddam A Go-Go, Penis I See and more. 15 tracks 41:46. Gwar's best CD and it has Slmnestra in it. On this, their fourth release, GWAR managed to create a song so heinous . On this 1994 offering, the mothers of scatological invention add a smidgen of stop-and-go faux

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