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Thursday, July 24, 2008

Sun City Girls - Carnival Folklore Resurrection Vol. 1: Cameo Demons and their Manifestations

I apologize for the lack of recent updates here. As some of you may already be aware, I've been working hard on the social network I created for Digital Meltd0wn last week. So far it's off to a good start, and hopefully I will have finished customized it to my liking by the end of the week. If you haven't had a chance to check it out, please do so. We would be honored if you could join us: http://digitalmeltd0wn.ning.com

Someone requested this album a while back, but I wasn't able to find it until recently. It was a limited edition release, with only 1,000 copies being distributed. I hope that you all enjoy this rare album from a very unique experimental band. Again, I should resume regular updates here by the end of the week. Thank you for your patience.

Year of Release: 2000
Label: Abduction
Genre: Experimental, Psychedelic
Bitrate: 128kbps

Track List:
1. Where Dead People Live
2. Garlic and Mirrors
4. Cameo Demons And Their Manifestations
5. Legendary Fingerprint Recognition
6. Lunar Gun-Point Recollections

Download: Sun City Girls - Carnival Folklore Resurrection Vol. 1: Cameo Demons and their Manifestations
Download Size: 37MB


Melvillain said...

Thanks. I've never heard of these guys. I'll have to check it out.