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Kill By Remote Control
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Hardcore, Punk
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MP3 album size:
1933 mb
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4.7 ✪

Kill By Remote Control" is perhaps the finest . punk/hc record of 1984. If not the finest, then certainly in the top five. Yet sadly, this one doesn't get the the props it deserves. As a matter of fact, the band doesn't get the props they deserve. Maybe it is because everything they did AFTER this album is kinda blah, but hey, any band would be lucky to write two albums as good as "Independence" and "Kill by Remote Control. Maybe they should have stopped right here and left a perfect discography

Kill By Remote Control" is perhaps the finest . Maybe they should have stopped right here and left a perfect discography

Band Name Toxic Reasons. Album Name Kill by Remote Control. Labels Alternative Tentacles Records. Members owning this album0.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Alternative Tentacles (catalog number Virus 41). This album was released in 1984 year. UK. Format of the release is.

Artists Toxic Reasons Kill by Remote Control. Kill by Remote Control. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See the BPM profile of this album. Tracklist - Kill by Remote Control. Here is the BPM profile of Kill by Remote Control. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Toxic Reasons. No Peace in Our Time.

Toxic Reasons - Kill By Remote Control, 1984 Vinyl, LP Alternative Tentacles - VIRUS 41 03. Toxic Reasons - Bullets For You, 1986 Vinyl, LP, Album Alternative Tentacles - VIRUS 55 04. Toxic Reasons - Anything For Money, 1989 CD, Album Hellhound Records - HELL 06 05. Toxic Reasons - Dedication 1979-1988, 1989 CD, Album Funhouse Records (2) - FH 036, SPV 85-6419 06. Toxic Reasons - In The House Of God, 1993 CD, Album Bitzcore - bc1685-2 07. Toxic Reasons - No Peace In Our Time, 1994 CD, Album Bitzcore - 1695 Christmas request! After the second Swiss fondue, everyone needs to revisit this chapte.

Toxic Reasons were an American punk rock band, formed in 1979. The band released nine full-length studio albums between 1982 and 1995. Toxic Reasons formed in Dayton, Ohio in 1979. The founding members were Bruce Stuckey (bass guitar and vocals), Joel Agne (guitar and vocals), Ed Pittman (lead vocals) and Mark Patterson (drums). In 1980, Agne left the band and was replaced by Greg Stout on bass, while Stuckey switched to lead guitar.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Stuck In A Rut
Written By – Lucjak
3:37
A2 Destroyer
Written By – Stuckey
2:37
A3 Juniors Friends
Written By – Stuckey
1:41
A4 Revolution?
Saxophone – Mark BaldwinWritten By – Clough
3:31
A5 Powercrazed
Written By – Lucjak
2:39
A6 God Bless America
Written By – Stuckey
B1 No Pity
Written By – Clough, Stuckey, Pearson
2:50
B2 Limited Nuclear War
Written By – Clough
2:21
B3 Looking At The World
Written By – Stuckey, Lucjak, Pearson
2:34
B4 Break The Bank
Written By – Clough, Stuckey
2:41
B5 Harvest
Written By – Stuckey
3:55
B6 Can't Get Away
Written By – Stuckey

Credits

  • Artwork By [Punk Rock Sleeve] – Nick
  • Bass, Vocals – David "Tufty" Clough
  • Drums, Vocals – Jimmy Joe Pearson
  • Engineer – Ian Blackburn, Larry Kronen, Ricky Lee, Tim *
  • Guitar, Vocals – Bruce Stuckey, Rob Lucjak
  • Technician – Bob Roadie

Notes

Recorded at Hit City Recording, Indianapolis, In. USA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SILO 4 Toxic Reasons Kill By Remote Control ‎(LP, Album) Sixth International SILO 4 US 1984
Virus 41 Toxic Reasons Kill By Remote Control ‎(LP, Gre) Alternative Tentacles Virus 41 UK 1984
SILO 4 Toxic Reasons Kill By Remote Control ‎(LP, Album, TP) Sixth International SILO 4 US 1984


Reviews:
  • Weernis
Some copies of this record came out on green vinyl, I have a copy and have seen two maybe three more over the years.