MP3 Space Mandino - Robots from the Graveyard
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Eclectic, yet bizarre, outer-space rockabilly-reggae-bluegrass, tied together by an eerie atmosphere of harmonium, banjo, and Tuvan khoomei (overtone singing). Crazy, catchy, and fun, as much as it is creepified, dark, and disturbed.
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Like a B horror movie for the ears. It’s Frightening, Creepy.. Bizarre yet Catchy.
It can scare you, you’ll want more!
Space Mandino’s first solo album, Robots from the Graveyard is a disturbingly eerie ensemble with the likes of harmonium, Tuvan khoomei (overtone singing), banjo, and slap bass.
-Featuring Joya in "Intergalactic Zombies from Outer Space"
-In "Werewolf Hat" Mandino really expresses his backwoods rockabilly style (the song, which to this day, he insists is a true story)
-"Satan in a Jesus Suit": A disturbing song driven by harmonium, bluegrass banjo, Tuvan khoomei overtones, and bullhorn vocals.
It makes a good Halloween soundtrack. You can listen to it while you’re going on long walks through graveyards at night, or taking spaceship trips to uncharted planets.
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Article taken from credible news source:
SINGER SPACE MANDINO ACTUALLY BORN A ROBOT?
An unnamed childhood friend of folk singer Space Mandino stepped forward this week with the news that Mandino was in fact born a robot. At the age of just five, Mandino went through an experimental new surgery to make him human. His surgery is generally considered to be a successful one, as today he is alive ...but is he well?