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The Accüsed - Grinning Like An Undertaker album download
Performer: The Accüsed
Title: Grinning Like An Undertaker
Country: US
Genre: Rock
Style:Hardcore
Released: 1990
MP3 album szie: 1707 mb
FLAC album size: 1919 mb

Complete your The Accüsed collection. Jesus christ what the fuck IS that!? Oh hell, not them again. An unrepentant mixture of thrash, punk and metal which earned this band the honor of their own genre: splatterock. It's worth noting that not only did they manage to offend and anger every friend of mine at the time they drew this out my dad when he barged in on me banging my head to their albums: Grow up.

Band Name The Accüsed. Album Name Grinning Like an Undertaker. 版公司 Nastymix Records. 4. Grinning (Like an Undertaker). 5. Down and Out (Featuring the Mad Poet). 7. Dropping Like Flies.

Grinning Like an Undertaker. Album (Studio full-length). Grinning (Like An Undertaker) Lyrics. You're the filthy creature Crouched in the shadows Of a street light Hunched over your catch Shit, she's barely alive Blood dried up and caked in her hair Her face just a bloody mess Just when you think you're gonna Finish the job Martha comes along Just to set things straight.

Grinning Like an Undertaker Q&A. More The Accüsed albums. The Curse of Martha Splatterhead. Show all albums by The Accüsed.

The Accüsed Lyrics - Grinning (Like An Undertaker) : You're the filthy creature Crouched in the shadows Of a street light Hunched over your catch Shit, she's barely alive Blood dried up an. .She shatters your skull In her vice-like grip She tears your head off Your victim gets sick Lucky for you she wasn't dead You just lost your head Your brains oozing out From between her fingers Your blood wets her lips. Grinning like an undertaker Ready to dress a corpse Grinning like an undertaker Ready to dress a corpse.

The Accüsed - Tomorrow Belongs To Me 00:45 B2. The Accüsed - Child These Days 01:37 B3. The Accüsed - Bring The Riots To The . Brutality And Corruption 02:37 A7. Splatter Rock 03:06 A8. Grinning Like An Undertaker 01:53. B1. Tapping The Vein 02:38 B2.

The Accüsed was created in 1981 in Oak Harbor, Washington by bassist Chibon 'Chewy' Batterman; drummer Dana Collins; and guitarist Tommy Niemeyer. John Dahlin was the vocalist from 1982 to 1984. Starting with Hymns For the Deranged, the band also began working with Seattle producer Jack Endino, and their next album, Grinning Like An Undertaker, with Josh Sinder now on drums, was released on Nastymix Records followed by the EP "Straight Razor" live, The Accüsed were untouchable. the whole band was a frenzy of epileptic gyrations, although Blaine's high flying leaps and bouncing off the walls like a deranged gnome were definitely the highlight.

Catalog ID: NMR 70220-1. Down & Out (Featuring the Mad Poet).

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Pounding Nails (Into The Lid Of Your Coffin)
Music By – Sibbald*, Sinder*, Niemeyer*
3:05
A2 Bullet-Ridden Bodies
Music By – Sibbald*
2:40
A3 The Corpse Walks
Music By – Sibbald*, Niemeyer*
3:39
A4 Grinning (Like An Undertaker)
Music By – Sibbald*, Niemeyer*
1:48
A5 Down & Out
Featuring – The Mad PoetMusic By – Sibbald*
3:43
A6 Cut & Dried 1:41
A7 Dropping Like Flies
Music By – Sibbald*
2:32
B1 M Is For Martha
Music By – Sinder*, Niemeyer*
2:49
B2 Room 144 (Instrumental)
Music By – Sibbald*
2:57
B3 When I Was A Child
Music By – Sibbald*, Niemeyer*
2:33
B4 The Night
Music By – Sibbald*, Niemeyer*
2:28
B5 Voices
Music By – Sibbald*, Niemeyer*
3:16
B6 Boris The Spider
Written-By – John Entwistle
2:35
B7 Tapping The Vein
Music By – Sibbald*, Niemeyer*
2:32

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Reciprocal Recording
  • Mixed At – The Music Source

Credits

  • Artwork – Jeff Gaither
  • Bass – Alex*
  • Drums – Josh*
  • Guitar – Tommy*
  • Lyrics By – Cook* (tracks: A1 to B1, B3 to B7)
  • Producer – The Accüsed
  • Producer, Engineer – Jack Endino
  • Vocals – Blaine*

Notes

Recorded at Reciprocal Recording
Mixed at the Music Source, Seattle, Washington

B6 © John Entwistle Tro-Essex Music, Inc. ASCAP

Manufactured & distributed by Nastymix Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 30997-0220-4 4

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NMR 70220-1 The Accüsed Grinning Like An Undertaker ‎(LP, Album) Nastymix Records NMR 70220-1 US 1990
JUST 17 The Accused* Grinning Like An Undertaker ‎(Cass, Album, Promo) Music For Nations JUST 17 UK 1990
JUST 17 The Accüsed Grinning Like An Undertaker ‎(LP, Album) Rough Justice JUST 17 UK 1990
NMR 70220-1 The Accüsed Grinning Like An Undertaker ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Nastymix Records NMR 70220-1 US 1990
15995-413 The Accüsed Grinning Like An Undertaker ‎(LP, Album) Nibelung Records 15995-413 Germany 1990
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Jesus christ what the fuck IS that!? Oh hell, not them again. Why are you playing this, you hate me that much?These were some of the comments I garnered each and every time I played this glorious record. An unrepentant mixture of thrash, punk and metal which earned this band the honor of their own genre: splatterock. It's worth noting that not only did they manage to offend and anger every friend of mine at the time they drew this out my dad when he barged in on me banging my head to their albums:Grow up.Just what a fifteen year old wants to hear from their parent, yes? Of course, I only played it louder and when he pulled the plug I put it in my walkman and headed out downtown. They say technology frustrates the aged, this would have been one of those moments. Many other fans of this band no doubt have stories of their own to tell about the shit they took for enjoying what was on offer here. I'd relate more but I have limited time and besides, who wants to ruin the memories of those days by connecting them to a present where the majority are either married or parents themselves. Sad indeed.Led by their murderous zombie mascot Martha Splatterhead, The Accused cut a path of decimation and left nothing but bleeding victims and burning bodies in their wake. This was a bunch who were obsessed by the more lurid underside of society, they reveled in bloody viscera and were happiest writing songs about their muse ripping the heads off her victims or corpses tearing into the throats of the unwary. This was no place for suburbanites to put up their picket fences and gentrify everyone else out, the world The Accused depicted in their songs showed no mercy. Lives snuffed out in the span of under three minutes, yeah baby you'd better believe it.When the sun went down hell itself came to grind out vengeance upon the earth. Punishment was severe, excuses were not accepted; Martha always had those razor sharp nails ready to open you up, she'd even smile while your entrails drained out of you onto the concrete. Such a sweetheart.Some bemoaned the metal influences of this record and yet they'd always been there. The recording sessions must have been manic, the speed of these tracks is simply blinding; the riffs are in a word: blistering. Those who'd continually written them off as some kind of joke now had to contend with an Accused who displayed greater musical dexterity than ever before with transitions between tempos they themselves must have shaken their heads at. I couldn't help but grin by the time I got to the song "M is for Martha" with it's staccato beats and venomous lyrics; between the verses the band flexed their muscles over and over with unbelievable precision. Go. Then stop. Linger on that note. Give it back to Blaine and let him scream some more.Here are a few other items of note: before grunge came along and shit over everything, Seattle had a thriving metal scene. The Accused straddled multiple genres but among extreme music aficionados of the time there was never any question: they ruled. This is the most overlooked band ever to come out of that place and sadly they are mostly forgotten. Their records were uncompromising, their live shows absolutely terrifying and in 1990 they hit their peak with 'Grinning Like an Undertaker' a testament to years and years spent on the road, in the studio and in dingy apartments beyond count. Their work is being slowly re-issued (I'm told) so perhaps a new audience will get to take the same plunge I did 25 years ago with this album and pound some nails into that coffin.