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Holes in the Wall is the debut studio album by The Electric Soft Parade, released on 4 February 2002. The album was released by db Records and was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize. The album features a wide array of sounds, ranging from hard-edged guitar rock (namely "Start Again" and "Why Do You Try So Hard to Hate Me"), anthemic pop (the epic "Silent to the Dark"), and somber acoustic tracks like "It's Wasting Me Away".
Splatterhouse 2 (Splatterhouse Part 2 in Japan) is a sidescrolling beat 'em up video game released in 1992 on the Sega Genesis home video game console by Namco. It is the sequel to the original Splatterhouse . Rick continues into an abandoned tool shed, blood and corpses spattering the back wall. A Blood Puppet, a creature that resembles a fetus hanging from an umbilical chord, hangs at the far end of the building, Gasping air. A chainsaw and a pair of hedge trimmers shudder upon the floor. As Rick approaches the Blood Puppet, it retracts into one of four holes in the ceiling and the chainsaw and shears spring to life. The chainsaw will follow the enemy up into the rafters as the shears attack rick at diagonal angles. after two hits, the shears fall to the ground.
About The Wall . After a falling out with Storm Thorgerson and Hipgnosis, The Wall now features another designer, Gerald Scarfe, who did the distinctive font of the album title and the twisted figures of the related artwork. The Wall " Track Info. Written By Pink Floyd. Art Direction Gerald Scarfe. Release Date November 30, 1979.
Members: Anne Bolstad, Erik Møll, Gunnar Bergstrøm, Harald Dyb, Kaare Øivind Moldestad, Rune Walle, Trygve Thue. Rose Of Barcelona (Album).
Free download and listen Holes In The Wall. The Electric Soft Parade. Style: pop. Album year: 2002. Tracks count: 0. Views: 2. Related. American Adventure - The Electric Soft Parade. No Need to Be Downhearted - The Electric Soft Parade.
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This ambitious concept album was an across-the-board smash, topping the Billboard album chart for 15 weeks in 1980. The single "Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 2" was the country's best-seller for four weeks. The Wall spawned an elaborate stage show (so elaborate, in fact, that the band was able to bring it to only a few cities) and a full-length film. It also marked the last time Waters and Gilmour would work together as equal partners.
A wall of metal tunes underscores blood-soaked battles with massive bosses, brutal weapons, over-the-top gore and real-time regeneration. And while your ears are ringing, a new Splatterkill System lets you get your hands bloody! Written by Juan Carlos Morales. Splatterhouse is probably the bloodiest game of all time and is a great beat-em-up, but it does begin to wither by your third play-through. The gameplay is very. very similar to that of Batman: Arkham Asylum, though nowhere near as polished. And a lot of Rick abilities are similar to that of Alex Mercer from Prototype.
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|1||Come Inside (Original Mix)||4:38|
|2||Haardhouse (Original Mix)
Featuring – Christ Kong
|3||Higher Level (Original Mix)
Featuring – Christ Kong
|4||Cack Out (Original Mix)||4:48|
|5||I Am... (Original Mix)||5:32|
|6||Adrenaline Rush (Original Mix)||5:30|