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The Marsist - Frank Black - The Cult Of Ray (CD, Album)

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  1. Label: Quattro - QTCY • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock After the creative nadir of The Cult Speak - Queensrÿche - Operation: Mindcrime Ray Western Star - Frank Black And The Catholics - Pistolero Frank Black and the Catholics ' disappointingly straightforward punk-pop, Frank Black 's fifth solo album, Pistolerois something of a.
  2. Feb 13,  · Frank Black played "The Marsist" and "Men in Black" in Rennes, during a tour in The gigography is also a good place to check. Yeah, I noticed this, and this question gets asked from time to time. Also, did he play any COR songs during his tour of the UK?
  3. Format: CD, Year: , Label: American Recordings (9 ), Barcode: , Length: Release “The Cult of Ray” by Frank Black - MusicBrainz Log In.
  4. The Cult of Ray is a album by Frank Black (also known as Black Francis.) It is his third solo album released after the initial breakup of the Pixies. Unlike his previous two albums, which had been produced by former Pere Ubu keyboardist Eric Drew Feldman, Black opted to produce this one himself.
  5. The Cult of Ray Frank Black. Released January 22, Album Credits. More Frank Black albums Honeycomb. Teenager of the Year. Show all albums by Frank Black.
  6. "The Marsist" If you wanted to get somewhere Frank Black Lyrics. album: "The Cult Of Ray" () The Marsist. Men In Black. Punk Rock City. You Ain't Me. Jesus Was Right. I Don't Want To Hurt You (Every Single Time) Kicked In The Taco. The Creature Crawling.
  7. 1) The Marsist 2) Men in Black 3) Punk Rock City 4) You Ain't Me 5) Jesus Was Right 6) I Don't Want to Hurt You (Every Single Time) 7) Mosh Don't Pass the Guy 8) Kicked in the Taco 9) The Creature Crawling 10) The Adventure and the Resolution 11) Dance War 12) The Cult of Ray 13) The Last Stand of Shazeb and Andleeb.
  8. Don't listen to those critics. This is a very good, highly-creative album. Shades of paranoia, goofism, space obsession, and Ray Bradbury tributes run amok on "Cult Of Ray", resulting in something that is loud and raw. Frank invents a new genre-Science Fiction Rock. An awesome piece of art. Frank is the true enigma from a parallel dimension/5(29).
  9. The Cult of Ray is a album by Frank Black It is his third solo album released after the initial breakup of The Pixies. Unlike his previous two albums, which had been produced by former Pere Ubu keyboardist Eric Drew Feldman, Black opted to produce this one himself. The album title is a reference to science-fiction writer Ray Bradbury/5(7).

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