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Negasonic Teenage Warhead - Monster Magnet - Greatest Hits (CD)

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  • Vudal
    says:
    Negasonic Teenage Warhead; $ on iTunes 3. Look to Your Orb for the Warning; $ on iTunes 4. All Friends and Kingdom Come; $ on iTunes 5. Ego, the Living Planet; $ on iTunes 6. Blow 'Em Off; $ on iTunes 7. Third Alternative; $ on iTunes 8. I Control, I Fly; $ on iTunes 9. King of Mars; $ on iTunes Dead.
  • Tojale
    says:
    Greatest Hits is the title of New Jersey stoner rock band Monster Magnet's greatest hits album released by A&M Records. The first disc contains Monster Magnet's best known material, and contains tracks from 's Spine of God (albeit re-recorded) up until their effort, God Says No, while the second disc contains the band's music videos and a few b-sides and kekandustlisormavoburlitodeerow.coinfo: Stoner rock, hard rock.
  • Takus
    says:
    The second track on Monster Magnet's album, Dopes to Infinity, this became the band's first single to chart. It reached the Top 30 on Billboard's Mainstream and Modern Rock Track tallies. The song originally appeared the previous year in different form in the American movie S.F.W.
  • Taurr
    says:
    "Negasonic Teenage Warhead" was the first song recorded by Monster Magnet after the release of their previous album Superjudge because a five-minute version of it had to appear in the movie S.F.W. The version of the song which appeared on the album was recorded at The Magic Shop, in New York City.
  • Duktilar
    says:
    About “Negasonic Teenage Warhead (LP version)” The song was initially released as part of the soundtrack of the film S.F.W. It was released as a single in a slightly different form in
  • Gataxe
    says:
    Monster Magnet music CDs DELUXE EDITION: (2CD) remastered reissue of rockin' album featuring 'Negasonic Teenage Warhead' & 'King Of Mars'. Expanded with 9 bonus tracks including b-sides, BBC Sessions, live cuts etc.
  • Telrajas
    says:
    Monster Magnet’s first successful single, it is a somewhat mocking portrayal of the gloomy lyrics seen in most rock music (composer Dave Wyndorf stated the word “negasonic” is reference to.
  • Vill
    says:
    Monster Magnet discography and songs: Music profile for Monster Magnet, formed Genres: Stoner Rock, Hard Rock, Space Rock. Albums include Dopes to Infinity, Powertrip, and Spine of God.
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