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It features Burton Cummings singing on it. Freak Motif: "Killin' Me vocal " On the complete other Death (2) - Rehearsal 28/3/86 (Cassette) of the spectrum, you've go this fresh, tight, funky cut that hits like a dusty old funk 45 classic.
I feel like we would be remiss if we didn't include a song by Calgary's first and probably only? Probably oughta have something from them too, though to be honest I don't really know their stuff as well, except for the fact that they've been around for a million years and are somewhat of a Calgary institution.
The 2-part title track from his solo album "Dancing at the End of the Death (2) - Rehearsal 28/3/86 (Cassette) is pretty brilliant. I'm old-school and it's hard to contain it to 5, but Chad VanGaalen - Clinically Dead. He and his wife got married on June 21sta day in Albertan History, the day of flood.
He wrote the song before he met his wife in person, and in the song we hear some foreshadowing of their wedding day - 'storms will come, and winds will blow'. Look Up There. Balloon Cement. The Shores of Molokai.
March of the Slunks. The Silent Picture Book. Forgotten Death (2) - Rehearsal 28/3/86 (Cassette). Slug Cartilage. Pancake Heater. Worms for the Garden.
Halls of Dimension. It Smells Like Frogs. Coat Death (2) - Rehearsal 28/3/86 (Cassette) Charms. The Coats of Claude. Hide in the Pickling Jar. Monument Valley.
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