The Merging Traffic, Bit By Bit, Deep in Kentucky, Decca 732489. Side 2: Deep in Kentucky. Side 1: Bit By Bit. The vinyl looks GREAT. Style: SoulSpeed: 45 RPMDuration: Single. UK 1976 Philly album. Disc is NM with clean labels. Sleeve has a little bit of shelf wear and a 'Promotional copy - not for resale' sticker on the back. Speed: 33 RPM. or Best Offer.
A. Bit By Bit. Written-By – Wayne Carson Thompson. Written-By – Bill Davidson. No Symbol On The Labels To Denote A Gloversville Press But The Runout Ends In 1 On The Opposite Side To The Matrix Number. Matrix, Runout (Side A label): (7-121,373).
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Bit by Bit Lyrics: Did you ever see an animal skinned, Hjalmar? Ha, ha, ha. That's what I'm going to do to you now - fare the skin from your body. bit by bit!, Knee-deep in hate I seethe . bit by bit! Knee-deep in hate I seethe An abomination of man, the perversion I am The burial of all that’s sacred Bit by bit I strip your world apart. As I step forward into your world, you gluttonous glob A walking heap of crud, the embodiment of sloth Bit by bit, religiously torn apart As skin is stripped from bone, I refine my grand art. We have been set up to fail Returning, occurring The savagery we’re evoking We have been set up to kill for the thrill
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Bit By Bit
Written-By – Wayne Carson Thompson
|B||Deep In Kentucky
Written-By – Bill Davidson
- Pressed By – MCA Pressing Plant, Gloversville
- Manufactured By – Decca Records
- Record Company – MCA Inc.
- Produced For – Kavel Productions
- Published By – Barmour Music Corp.
- Published By – Earl Barton Music Inc.
- Producer – Tony Moon
NotesNo Symbol On The Labels To Denote A Gloversville Press But The Runout Ends In 1 On The Opposite Side To The Matrix Number.Pinckneyville Copies End In 2
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): (7-121,373)
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): (7-121,374)
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): 7 121373 2 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): 7 121374 2 1
- Rights Society: BMI
|732489||The Merging Traffic||Bit By Bit (7", Single)||Decca||732489||US||1969|
|732489||The Merging Traffic||Bit By Bit (7", Promo, Pin)||Decca||732489||US||1969|