Virgin Killer is the fourth studio album by German rock band Scorpions. It was released in 1976 and was the band's first album to attract attention outside Europe. The title is described as being a reference to time as the killer of innocence. The original cover featured a nude prepubescent girl, which stirred controversy in the UK, US and elsewhere. As a result, the album was re-issued with a different cover in some countries.
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Killer Be Killed is an American heavy metal supergroup founded by The Dillinger Escape Plan vocalist Greg Puciato and Soulfly, Cavalera Conspiracy and ex-Sepultura frontman Max Cavalera in early 2011. The lineup also features Mastodon bassist and co-vocalist Troy Sanders and Converge drummer Ben Koller. The band had slowly been working on material before announcing its name in October 2013, along with their signing to Nuclear Blast. The group's self-titled debut record was released on May 13, 2014
Interludes are short filler songs that break up an album. Here are 50 that are perfect for studying, working, or just chilling. However, it must be said that I do still listen to lots of rock and metal. One thing I’ve noticed about this particular style of music is that it is a breeding ground for interludes. What is an interlude? Well, it’s basically a short filler track in the middle (but sometimes at the beginning or end) of an album. Interludes are usually instrumental, and they’re also typically tamer than the material that surrounds them – or at least of a different musical genre. Of course, there are exceptions (as you’ll see); however, this is true for the most part. Interludes also make for great study music.
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|A1||–John Giorno||Everyone Says What They Do Is Right
Drums – David Van TieghemKeyboards, Guitar – Pat IrwinMusic By – Gregory Shifrin*Vocals – John Giorno
|A2||–William S. Burroughs||The Mummy Piece
Vocals – William S. Burroughs
Drums – Steve McCallSaxophone – David MurrayVocals – Amiri Baraka
|A4||–Jim Carroll||Just Visiting
Vocals – Jim Carroll
|B1||–Jayne Cortez||I See Chano Pozo
Bass – Jamaaladeen TacumaDrums – Denardo ColemanGuitar – Bern NixVocals – Jayne Cortez
|B2||–Ned Sublette||Cowboys Are Frequently Secretly
Bass – Jeffrey GlennDrums – Arthur RussellGuitar – Tim SchellenbaumSynthesizer – Peter GordonVocals – Ned Sublette
Vocals – Brion Gysin
|B4||–Rose Lesniak||She's So
Backing Vocals – Karen CutlerVocals – Rose Lesniak
|B5||–Four Horsemen||The Dream Remain
Vocals – Paul Dutton, Rafael-Barreto-Rivera*, Steve McCaffery, b.p. Nichol*
- Engineer – Bobby Bielecki*
- Executive-Producer – Gregory Shifrin*, John Giorno