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8 thoughts on “ Somethin You Got - Second Hand - Death May Be Your Santa Claus (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Second Hand - Death May Be Your Santa Claus ( uk, intense prog experimental rock, remaster) By the time Second Hand released this, the band's second album, in , the progressive elements were much stronger, and the group went further with experimentation.
  2. I don't care what the people may say I don't care what the people may say I don't give a - anyway I don't care what the people may say How long 'fore you realise what you missed How long 'fore we we get out and may get pissed You get all the books from the Corn Exchange Really mad at this outrage How long how long 'fore you realise that all's.
  3. Directed by Frankie Dymon. With Ken Gajadhar, Donnah Dolce, Merdelle Jordine, Second Hand. Presents the nihilistic visions of a young black European militant.
  4. A track from Second Hand's second LP, "Death May Be Your Santa Claus", released in , which I subjected it to my edit/echo/phasing treatment around This mad percussion and twisted keyboards workout was one of the highlights of the LP, which was split into a more conventional song based side, and a full-on experimental soundscape side.
  5. Tracklist with lyrics of the album DEATH MAY BE YOUR SANTA CLAUS [] of Second Hand: Death May Be Your Santa Claus - Hangin' on an Eyelid - Lucifer and.
  6. Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of a newly re-mastered edition of the classic album by Second Hand, “Death May Be Your Santa Claus”. Second Hand was one of the most original British progressive rock bands to emerge in the late s, albeit a group for whom commercial success was elusive/5(13).
  7. Jul 18,  · referencing Death May Be Your Santa Claus, LP, Album, 2C - , 2 C - "Side one and the last track on side two are a different mix to the UK Mushroom release." -This only means one channel is louder/the other is weaker than the other one, nothing else/5().
  8. Among the many obscure British prog rock albums of the early '70s, Second Hand's Death May Be Your Santa Claus has to be one of the strangest, though not necessarily one of the best. While it's the kind of record likely to fire up genre enthusiasts, it's equally likely to inspire scorn from more general rock listeners unlikely to take a shine to its over the top frivolous absurdity.7/

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