S.O.U. - Drunk Dad - Ripper Killer (Vinyl)

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  1. ‘Ripper Killer’ is Drunk Dad showing the world at large how dark things can get. This album is a testament to raw feelings, brute reactions and extreme honesty. Drunk Dad got ripped- I suggest you grow a pair and do the same, too. Words by: Chris Markwell.
  2. Ripper Killer by DRUNK DAD, released 01 July 1. Five Pack 2. Life's Work 3. Fuck in Garbage 4. Light a Fire 5. S.O.U. 6. Ripper Killer 7. Worthless 8. Whiskey Liver DRUNK DAD, Portland's one and only fuck-you-all-wave group, is on a seemingly unstoppable trajectory. In the last two years they have hard-won the turned heads and knowing nods of enthusiastic youngsters and old cynics alike.
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  4. Jul 01,  · DRUNK DAD – Morbid Reality On Ripper Killer, Drunk Dad more than live up to the promise of their debut EP, pushing their sound into new and disturbing directions. In addition, they are joined by local harsh noise artist (and fellow Eolian label-mate) REDNECK, who adds an extra layer of sonic violence to each track.
  5. Jul 26,  · And to this day, if I’m drunk, I will probably be sitting with my beer, and you put on that record and I’m gonna be miming along with all the lyrics. It’s a phenomenal death-metal record.
  6. Private goes on the hunt for London's most feared killer since Jack the Ripper. For Hannah Shapiro, a young American student, the nightmare began eight years ago in Los Angeles, when the owner of Private&#;the world's most exclusive detective agency&#;saved her from a horrific.
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  8. A mix of Sweeney Todd and Jack the Ripper, maybe even a bit of Edgar Allan Poe's The Tell-Tale Heart. With the surreal environment of an M. Night Shyamalan movie, this story is second to nothing produced by better known, more mainstream authors. Think Dean Koontz and Stephen King. It's that good.

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