9 thoughts on “ I Heard The Owl - Raging Slab - True Death (Cassette)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of True Death on Discogs.
  2. I Heard The Owl: Credits Raging Slab Music/Buy Our Records, printed in the USA. Catalog number on cassette is BOR C2 SR. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; BOR Raging Slab: True Death ‎ (
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Raging Slab - True Death at Discogs. Complete your Raging Slab collection/5(13).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of True Death on Discogs. Label: Buy Our Records - BOR • Format: Vinyl 12 Raging Slab - True Death (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(2).
  5. This is one of Slab's finest. I have been listening to Raging Slab since with their self-titled first release. I have been unable to locate any mention of it online however, and I feel that this is a grave injustice to true Slab fans. As their first CD is also an awesome piece of work/5(6).
  6. Reviewed in the United States on August 15, Folks, This album is simply a compilation of the Raging Slabs' first LP and follow-up EP "True Death" (for Buy-Our-Records outta NJ). This album also contains two extra cuts: the cover of Cheech & Chongs "Earache my Eye" & an original "In Contempt". The RCA S/T release is actually their 3rd record, not their first/5(6).
  7. Trucked out in , the down-home Raging Slab dropped down the Slabbage/True Death rembderynaroso.sterolasesalplatpabesignpoommysqvo.co cowbell-clunkin' action adds two previously unreleased tracks with a caustic cover of Cheech & Chong's comical "Earache My Eye", plus the group's jailhouse rockin' "In Contempt".
  8. One band that did its share of rule-breaking in the '80s was Raging Slab, whose albums Slabbage () and True Death () were combined on this single CD in On this disc, punk, southern rock, and hard rock come together with ambitious and often exciting results.
  9. Of course, the piece de resistance is the fiendish backwoods juggernaut, “I Heard the Owl”, an anthem that finds occultic violas rising up like a homicidal scarecrow, slithering against barnstorming slide workouts and flickering harmonics, Greg wailing about Fistfuls of true death and sinkin’ a worm in the devil’s apple. Spectacular.

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