Foetus album details2010-10-03 by Meatplow | 11 Comments
|Australian industrial musician Foetus, a.k.a. J.G. Thirlwell, has made his new album HIDE available to preview and order from his official website. |
2. Paper Slippers
3. Stood Up
4. Here Comes The Rain
7. The Ballad of Sisyphus T. Jones
8. Fortitudine Vincimus
9. You’re Trying To Break Me
10. O Putrid Sun
technically he's a brit now, but thanks for the edit Dave
looking forward to this, reminds me of Love a lot. It's kinda hard to tell from 30 second samples and I was a little unsure at first, but it's sunk in after several listens.
this is gonna be an good day when I get this in the mail ;)
Oh cool. I was just checking out Nail the other day.
Gash is awesome, but the production is shitty as hell. Would anyone recommend anything else by Foetus?
Flow isn't bad.
As you know, Haz, I like this band but find them immensely overrated. So I hope that this changes things a bit.
the things in the bureau in my room. when i left i never forgot about them. garth, did you take care of them like i asked?
who is Garth
who? I ask
Do you not remember? On the first eve of October, the revelation of your dissociative identity disorder.
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